“Let’s face it, the Holocaust isn’t about a racial issue, it’s not about that, no. It’s about how inhumane people treat others.” Her colleague Anna Navarro replied: “But it is about white supremacy that has begun to persecute the Jews.” According to Lobby, things went differently: “Two groups of white people were facing each other, so you can’t talk about a race issue. It’s about how people treat each other, it doesn’t matter if you’re black, white or Jewish, it’s about how you treat each other.” some”.
Goldberg is a presenter on the show and her comments caused a shocked look from her colleagues. Not long after that, many angry tweets followed on social media. David Harris, CEO of the American Jewish Committee, said: “Wopi Goldberg absurdly claims that the Holocaust has nothing to do with race. Nazi Germany considered the Jewish people an inferior race, which is why they wanted to exterminate all Jews, including my family. Please think about this again and then make an apology.” .
The American organization “Stop Anti-Semitism” also reacted with fury. “Six million of us gassed and died and were killed because the Nazis considered us inferior. How dare you underestimate our shock!”
Later, Whoopi retracted and apologized for her remarks. “On the show, I said the Holocaust wasn’t about race, it was about how inhumane people can be toward others. I should have said it’s about both,” the actress responded to the uproar on Twitter.
“As Jonathan Greenblatt of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) put it, the Holocaust was about the systematic destruction by the Nazis of the Jewish people – whom they considered an inferior race. I was wrong,” Goldberg said. The Anti-Defamation League is an organization that fights against Jew-hatred. The Jewish people are from all over the world and that will never stop. “I’m sorry I hurt people,” Goldberg said.
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