Wednesday, August 21, 2013

News the HP Doesn't Cover: Tel Aviv Monument

One of the primary talking points on a Holocaust-related thread is how "the Jews" made the Holocaust all about themselves. No wonder then that the Huffington Post hasn't covered this news:

Tel Aviv is going ahead with a plan to install a monument to the gay community persecuted by the Nazis, memorializing thousands of homosexual men who were murdered in death camps.
The memorial is designed to be a concrete triangular slab embossed with a smaller pink triangle, reminiscent of the symbol that the Nazis forced gay men to wear on their clothes.
A park bench and plaque will provide information about the 50,000 gay men who were convicted under Paragraph 175 of the Nazi penal code, which banned homosexual relations. Between 7,000 and 10,000 were sent to their deaths for the crime during the Third Reich.The monument is slated to be placed in Gan Meir, a park at the center of Tel Aviv’s LGBT community, Haaretz reported on Tuesday.

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