A Second Shoah: Indian Actress Posts Selfies From Berlin’s Holocaust Memorial

Michael Byron
Daily Stormer
June 2, 2017

Every single slab was a person.

You might not be aware of this fact, because the Arab-owned media deliberately suppresses Holocaust stories, but a popular Indian actress named Priyanka Chopra recently committed a serious crime against the Jewish people.

She photographed herself next to Berlin’s Holocaust Memorial.

Daily Mail:

Actress and former Miss World Priyanka Chopra caused outrage on social media after posting selfies at Berlin’s Holocaust memorial that she later deleted.

The memorial in Berlin, titled Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, features 2,711 stone slabs that represent the gravestones of the six million Jews murdered and buried in mass graves during Adolf Hitler’s reign.

People visiting the site, which opened in 2005, are asked not to climb on the stones, make loud noises or smoke in the area.

So when Quanitco star Chopra posted two selfies from the memorial site, social media users questioned her actions.

This is downright ignorant.

Has this self-absorbed woman no respect for the six million Jews who were transformed into sofas, lampshades and other household items by blonde-haired Germans during the Second World War II?

What about the feelings of the Jews who were killed once, twice or even three times by the Nazis, yet managed to live and tell the tale? Why should a Millennial narcissist, who was born over 30 years after the war ended, be allowed to disrespect their memories?

The main entrance of Auschwitz II, in which seven million Jews were exterminated.

Fortunately, I’m not the only person outraged by Ms. Chopra’s anti-Semitic selfies.

Look, I’ve been to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp in Poland. I’ve seen the gas chambers where eight million of the world’s noblest Jews were gassed to death, skinned alive and then converted into inanimate objects because the Nazis hated the size of their noses.

Of the nine million Jews killed in the Holocaust, five million of them were transformed into lampshades, three million of them were transformed into settees, and another two million of them were rendered into soap and other cosmetics for the German war effort. I know this, because the guide told me.

And that guide was Jewish.

The Holocaust was real, people. The Berlin Holocaust Memorial commemorates an actual, tragic event – one that could happen again if the world decides to share Ms. Chopra’s indifference to it.

Don’t be like this unidentified man, still wanted by the German police, who thought it would be “edgy” to mock the victims of history.