Coronavirus in Poland. Marian Turski, a former prisoner of Auschwitz with a strain against COVID-19 and in his opinion: Auschwitz did not fall from heaven
Marian Turski, former prisoner of Auschwitz, history and social activist, from emotion to sending in the debate about the check and the Belgian introduced in the COVID-19 pandemic his “Auschwitz has not fallen from heaven”. As he said, vaccinations to “recognize the rights of weak people, human rights.” – It’s not for any charting. It is a lonely, human need for the next – only self-defense.
A recording of the statement made by Marian Turski on Thursday in the Museum’s Twitter profile. Former inmate of the connectors relating to his use of broadcasting “Auschwitz did not fall from being a reference” of the cumulative debate about driving and used contributions during the pandemic period.
– “Ausch did not fall with” tried to bring out a gift and they like that the process led step by step to the deprivation of a group of rights, (…) until it led to extermination. (…) We agree to fix that a smoker should not be spare for the bus. Is it discrimination? No. If he is a smoker it is harmful to himself, but it is transferred who is on the bus. So we rightly consider it to be deprived of the right to smoke. Let him smoke where he wants, but not to harm others – said Turski, a former KL Auschwitz prisoner, historian and social activist.
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It followed that there were a number of weaker people in society. – They are the most vulnerable by us, if we are not vaccinated. Because I am mine. So it is not a deprivation of rights, it is only a recognition of the rights of weak people, human rights. It is not for any card. It is only a natural, human need to defend ourselves against the plague. Take that into account, he appealed.
Confederation protest. The slogan “Vaccination done in my spare time”
On Tuesday evening, before the Sejm, we are protesting against the restrictions and covid passports. It was attended, among others, by members of the Confederation circle: Robert Winnicki, Konrad Berkowicz, Janusz Korwin-Mikke, Artur Dziambor and Grzegorz Braun. The Confederation deputies participating in the protest stood by the banner “Vaccination free”, whose shape resembled the inscription “Arbeit macht frei” with the main gate.
In the evening of that day, the Auschwitz Museum reacted to this situation. Institution on Twitter to “‘Arbeit macht fre’ it with an icon of the human hand.” “The instrumentalization of the symbol of the sacrifice of Auschwitz when – the tombstone of the cemetery of Poland and the world – to a scandalous manifestation of moral corruption. This is an embarrassing consequence, done by Polish MPs” – distinguished the Museum.
The harsh criticism of the action was also expressed by, among others, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Tomasz Grodzki, Marshal of the Senate.
“How low can the card of politicians and protesters fail in thoughtless, anti-vaccine rhetoric”
“The inscription when going to the website is one of the most sacred graphic images of German cruelty, barbarism and the crime of World War II” – commented Morawiecki in social media.
“The scene from the Seym of the Republic of Poland with the mocking writing of a slogan, which was intended to be a mockery of many German concentration camps, is a dramatic and dark picture of how low politicians’ bidding and protesters in thoughtless, anti-vaccine rhetoric can fail” – the prime minister.
“I haven’t seen such a disgusting, disgusting widow in a long time”
– I saw it and I can say that I have not seen such a disgusting, disgusting widow for a long time – admitted Senate Marshal Tomasz Grodzki in “Faktach po Faktach”, referring to the demonstration in which he participated after the participation of the Confederation.
– It was a desecration of hundreds of thousands of Auschwitz victims. It was something that in the normal mind shouldn’t have been born as a PR idea. That it would be cruel, stupid and I cannot find a word here – he commented.
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