Moment NUS Applauds Anti-Holocaust Memorial Day Speech

This is the moment a delegate at the NUS conference argued that Holocaust Memorial Day should not be commemorated as it is not inclusive enough to other genocides. Darta Kaleja, from Chester University, was applauded by the students in the room…

“Before I start I want to make it clear I am not against commemorating the Holocaust. I am against the NUS and the government forgetting and ignoring the mass genocides, and prioritising some lives over others… In my five years of UK education throughout GCSEs and A Levels, not once were the genocides of Tibet, Rwanda, or Zanzibar taught to me and my peers. So please, please vote against this motion, against the one day dedicated purely to atrocities of just one mass genocide, as it suggests that some lives are more important than others. Instead campaign for a day to commemorate all of them.” 

Wonder what the new ‘Zionists control the media’ president thinks…

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