Chapman University recently held their Holocaust Art and Writing Contest awards ceremony. Never missing an opportunity to share stories of bravery and courage in the face of so much suffering and inhumanity, members of several Jewish community outreach organizations such as The Right Stuff, Morgoth's Review and Daily Slave decided to share their own family stories in the Chapman Magazine comment section. These tales will restore your faith in humanity and lift your spirits in a world so often lacking compassion and understanding. So this! YAAAAAASSS! I wish I could upvote this 6 trillion times! I don't know about you, but I'm getting emotional right now. An amazing story! Perhaps the most captivating and sad story of the day was this one:
I wish I could upvote this 6 trillion times!
I don't know about you, but I'm getting emotional right now.
An amazing story!
Perhaps the most captivating and sad story of the day was this one:Unfortunately, hatred and ignorance know no boundaries. This event of mourning and inspiration was interrupted by a racist pedophile drug addict who goes by the username 'retona4'. For those of you who don't know, 'retona' is the name of the train that would haul Jews to Auschwitz and 4 is a coded reference to the 13 Words, a hateful poem about murdering black people often recited by neo-nazis and Republicans. That such vile bigotry still exists in 2015 proves that the goyim have a long way to go.
Faith in humanity lost.
Feeling bitter and defeated the Jewish activists buried their faces into their pillows and began to scream and curse the goyim. It was a completely rational response to the mental rape that everyone had to endure that day.
Faith in humanity lost.Ugh! Nobody could even at that point. By the end of the day the commentators felt mentally drained. Chapman University, which should surely be investigated for promoting anti-Semitism, decided to silence the voices of the suffering Jews by 'shutting it down' (that phrase is a common canard used by anti-Semites to claim that Jews censor anyone who criticizes them, which isn't even remotely true at all).
Despite it all, the heroic stories of these proud Jewish individuals should serve as an inspiration to all of us. We can all learn empathy and compassion, one sponsored Holocaust event at a time.