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The company that literally manufactured and sold Zyklon-B to the Nazis doing a Holocaust Memorial Day tweet is a great example of how the Holocaust exists in the Western imaginary as a decontextualized, abstract and perfect evil.
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James Casserly Jan 28
And the people running the company now are the exact same people as back then? At least they are doing something to acknowledge the atrocities. Stop expecting everyone to atone for the sins of their fathers.
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תרצה‎ Jan 28
this company shouldn't exist anymore, hope this helps
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ᴊᴏᴀɴɪᴇ ʟᴇᴍᴇʀᴄɪᴇʀ Jan 28
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Guido Tresoldi Jan 28
Then we should include —Bayer, Hoechst and Agfa as they were part of IG Farben as well.
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nulsang @ FR Jan 28
the "things complicit in the Holocaust" list goes from American industrialists to Hollywood, NASA, Hugo Boss, Volkswagen, Mauser, Russia, Switzerland, von Braun and on-and-on.
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Veto Jan 28
Replying to @nulsang44
yes
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nouveau biche Jan 28
Replying to @kateljacobson
Nothing makes up for a direct role in genocide like a stock photo of Businessman Holding Blank Sign
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New York City Antifa Jan 28
Replying to @kateljacobson
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Winter Tashlin Jan 29
Replying to @kateljacobson
Them doing a remembrance tweet isn’t the issue to me. It’s that their remembrance tweet DOESN’T acknowledge their own horrific role in the events of the Holocaust. This could have been a powerful statement of remorse, but instead they went for empty platitude
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