Yesterday, a park in Tel Aviv unveiled a long-anticipated memorial honoring LGBT people killed in the Holocaust, marking the first specific recognition in Israel for non-Jewish Holocaust victims.
Moshe Zimmermann, a professor from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the memorial project’s historical adviser, said the Tel Aviv monument marked a big step in Israel by ridding itself from what he called a monopoly of victimhood.
"We are finally shedding the load of being the lone and ultimate victim," he said. "We can learn from this that by recognizing the victimhood of others, it does not diminish the uniqueness of your own victimhood."
Stunning. (via the Huffington Post)
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#I THOUGHT THIS WAS GOING TO BE INSPIRATIONAL
it WAS inspirational
I love them.
HAHA WHY YOU MAKE ME LAUGH!
OH MY GOD THE DBZ REFERENCE IN THAT LAST ONE O.O
This is the reason gifsets were invented
friendly reminder that this wasn’t in the script - they were just messing around on set one day and this happened.
There’s a book sitting in front of you.
In it contains all the bad things people have said about you behind your back, would you open it?
Hell fucking yeah
Read it so you can find out what people really have to say about you and how you can change your character to be a better person.
read it so you know what order to murder people in
two kinds of people
i would do both tbh