Date: 2011-09-08 01:39 am (UTC)
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I said the Nazis were not only about Anti-Semitism. Anti-Semitism was a convenient prejudice that they played upon in their rise to power. They were not going to go out and invent a prejudice against a minority when there was such a handy one lying around.

However, in other parts of the world the same techniques the Nazis used have been used to rile up hatreds against other minorities when their wasn't a single Jew around. Forex, the Khmer Rouge used similar techniques in Cambodia against the ethnic Chinese and the Hmong. Are we forbidden to point out the similarities in the tactics used simply because Jews were not a major target in that instance? That is what makes me uncomfortable.
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