The city center of Berlin now contains three Holocaust memorials in memory of the “victims” of the Nazis.
2005 _ One for the murdered Jews of Europe
2008 _ One for “Nazi-persecuted” homosexuals
2012 _ One for the Roma and Sinti (Gypsies) who were persecuted and murdered by Nazis
It’s my guess, in the coming weeks, the Zio-mass media will force-feed us with more sacred Jewish holocaust yarns and tales of terror and death suffered by the Jews at the hands of the German National Socialists (Nazis).
Here’s the latest on the recent opening of the 3rd Holocaust memorial in Germany. I have abbreviated the article.
Bloomberg News By Catherine Hickley on October 24, 2012
German Chancellor Angela Merkel today inaugurated a Berlin memorial dedicated to the Roma and Sinti people murdered by the Nazis, three years later than scheduled and 67 years after the end of World War II.
Hundreds of thousands were persecuted as “gypsies” between 1933 and 1945 in Nazi-occupied Europe. Though no precise figures are available, as many as 500,000 people are estimated to have been killed.
Roma and Sinti were subject to forced sterilization from 1934, deported to concentration camps and murdered both in mass shootings and gas chambers. (No one has found any solid evidence that gas chambers ever existed for the murder of Jews or others; emphasis mine)
The memorial by the Israeli artist Dani Karavan is a water basin, containing a stone on which a fresh flower will be placed each day. Karavan said he aimed to create “a place for meditation,” and that the site in the Tiergarten, near the Reichstag, is ideal because of its peacefulness. The memorial is a symbol for life, sadness and memory, he said.
Members of the audience at today’s ceremony were visibly moved by the words of Zoni Weisz, a survivor. Weisz described how he escaped a train headed for a concentration camp with his parents, brother and sister on board.
A benign police officer helped Weisz, then seven years old, and his aunt to slip away unnoticed from the platform. Weisz remembered watching the train pull out, taking the rest of his family to their deaths.