Last week, the world marked the next date of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp and the International Holocaust Remembrance Day dedicated to it. As part of the event, a special meeting was held in the German parliament, which for the first time this year was held under the sign of the memory of people of non-traditional orientation who died and suffered at the hands of the Nazis.
There were speeches by politicians and LGBT representatives.
The highlight of the program was the performance of a drag queen, German cabaret star Georgette Dee. Such a strange scenario was approved by the German parliament as a sign of memory of the people who died and suffered at the hands of the Nazis in an unconventional way.
Zvezda sang to the accompaniment of a pianist, among other things, a song by Marlene Dietrich and poems by Bertolt Brecht set to music.
“At the center of today’s commemorative gathering is a group of victims who had to fight for recognition for a long time. People who, because of their sexual orientation or identity, were persecuted by the National Socialists“, – Bundestag chairman Berbel Bas said in her opening speech on the occasion of the anniversary.
Almost all the speeches were devoted to the oppression of sexual minorities, – writes the TG channel “Daddy of the Chancellor”, – “That’s who they decided to remember the whole of Germany, because LGBT people were not considered victims of the Holocaust for a long time. Why even talk about Jews, Roma, Sinti – about them like that , in the end, you can do a stuffing. For history. “
They did not even remember the Soviet soldiers who saved the prisoners. Indeed, why would? Today, even on the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, Russian representatives are not invited.