I was watching some program on History channel, or Discovery channel today about World War II. The program talked about what the Allied soldiers saw when one of the concentration camps were liberated.
After the camps weres liberated, the people from the nearby town were ordered to help bury the dead. The people of the town said they had been lied to by the nazi party.
The narrator of the program said the people of the towns were liars and as guilty as sin.
If the people living in the towns near the concentration camps were guilty, what does that make the citizens of the U.S.?
Will history look back and compare the United States government to the nazi party over our human rights violations?
What difference is there between the way the nazis treated the Jews, and the way the U.S. government treated Blacks and Native Americans?
nazis rounded up Jews and sent them to concentration camps.
United States government rounded up Native Americans and sent them to reservations.
nazis treated jews as subhuman.
United States government treated Blacks and Native Americans as subhumans.
Blacks were treated as property that were bought and sold on the open market. […]