Sunday, January 8, 2017


From Terri DelCampo:

Doing some research for a story and came across this very sobering, very moving documentary about the Holocaust. Please watch, please think about what happened, and please commit yourself to passing the word so that nothing like this ever happens again. 

A Day in Auschwitz - Nazi Jewish Holocaust Amazing Documentary A day in Auschwitz is an amazing documentary that takes us through a visit to the…
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To go along with what Terri says above, I found this documentary below that Alfred Hitchcock was involved with. Once more, we see the evils of war and the sadistic treatment that millions of innocent people were subjected to by the Nazis.

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The Holocaust was a horrible thing. It took many years for a lot of people to accept the fact that it even happened. Well, it did. And as heinous as it was, we must learn from the past. If we don't, we are doomed to having such things happen over and over again.

Many people say that fiction authors should stay out of politics and do their own little thing. I tend to stay away from political discussions where the blame is placed on any one person. Sorry, that doesn't work anymore. My country has been betrayed by both sides of the political aisle. People we elected and placed our trust in. No one is innocent. As an author, it is my right as well as anyone else's to say what I think. I'm not shy. So I will speak my piece. Use your head and your soul when you vote this year. Do not be duped by someone spouting a bunch of crap.

Hitler was a short, loud-mouthed, little shit who convinced an entire country that he was their savior. Don't allow another Holocaust to occur. Hatred is no reason to cast a vote for a candidate. On the other hand, we cannot allow ourselves to not be vigilant about what is happening in the world. Weakness doesn't work either.

Tough election year. No doubt about it. But, there is still time between now and November. Stop complaining and do something about the current state of affairs.

We need no more Holocausts.

Blaze McRob  

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