The most important lesson from Auschwitz
"Never be a bystander whenever a minority is discriminated against." -- Marian Turski, Auschwitz survivor, January 27, 2020
Here is Auschwitz survivor Marian Turski’s speech on January 27, 2020.
"Auschwitz did not fall from the sky. It began with small forms of persecution of Jews. It happened, it means it can happen anywhere. That is why human rights and democratic constitutions must be defended. The eleventh commandment is important: Don't be indifferent. Do not be indifferent when you see historical lies, do not be indifferent when any minority is discriminated, do not be indifferent when power violates a social contract."
The most important part: "Never be a bystander whenever a minority is discriminated against.”
The medical community, the mainstream media, Congress, and the HHS agencies are all ignoring Turski’s advice. They are all enabling and supporting the discrimination.
In addition, they are all supporting clear violations of multiple sections of the Nuremberg Code.
We cannot just sit back and watch this happen
As I wrote in my earlier article, what is going on is known as mass formation.
We break the cycle when people who have been silenced can find a way to educate the 40% in the middle who can be persuaded.
Today, many people are speaking out about what is going on. We need more people to speak out and take action and each of us need to expand the audience that we can reach.
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