Holocaust survivor Joseph Szwarc has said that comparing the vaccine to Nazi horrors is full of hatred.
Demonstration in France regarding vaccination
A French man who survived the Holocaust has condemned the comparison of himself to Jews by protesters opposing vaccination. During World War II, Jews were massacred in Nazi Germany. The 94-year-old man who expressed outrage has also been supported by French authorities and anti-racism groups. More than a million people marched in France on Saturday against the government’s vaccination rules, and some of the protesters carried a yellow star that the Nazis once forced Jews to wear.
Some other demonstrators carried placards depicting the Auschwitz death camp or the apartheid regime in South Africa. He claimed that the French government was treating him unfairly in anti-epidemic measures. Holocaust survivor Joseph Swark said at an event on Sunday, “You can’t imagine how disappointed this has disappointed me.” This comparison is full of hatred. We all should have stood up against this stigma.
Protesters are against this rule of the government
Swark said with tears in his eyes, I was wearing a star, I know what it was, it’s still in me. It is everyone’s duty not to let such degrading, racist, anti-Semitic sentiments take hold. The French Minister of State for Military Affairs, who attended the event, called the protesters’ actions intolerable and bad for their democracy. The government is bringing a bill on Monday in which all health workers will have to get the corona virus vaccine and will need a COVID-19 pass to go to restaurants and other places.
In this way, the protesters lodged a protest
In a massive demonstration against vaccine rules in Paris on Saturday, a protester put a star on his back and wrote, ‘Vaccine not installed.’ Another protester, 53-year-old Bruno Oukier, said, ‘I will never get a vaccine. People need to wake up. In France, more than one lakh 11 thousand people have died due to the epidemic and the number of new cases of infection is increasing again. Because of this, the government is worried that if the cases increase, then once again the pressure on health services will increase.
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