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Anti-semitism and Holocaust minimisation are inherent to all European anti-immigration parties

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Submitted by BorisG (United States), Jul 8, 2018 at 11:01

Anti-semitism and Holocaust minimisation are inherent to all European anti-immigration parties. This is not incidental, it is inherent to their ultra-nationalism. The 'idiotic' Polish law is may have been amended but still insists that Poles had no role in the Holocaust (except for a few bad apples).

This is common to all anti-immigrant parties in Europe.

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