The General Assembly yesterday approved a resolution calling for expanded opportunities for Kentucky public schoolchildren to learn about the Holocaust and other acts of genocide.
House Joint Resolution 6 is named after the late Ernie Marx of Louisville, a Holocaust survivor who made a life's mission to spread education about the horrors he witnessed.
He said the pupils began lobbying for legislation that would give students in public schools access to opportunities to study the Holocaust, in which 6 million Jews were killed by Nazi Germany and its collaborators.
He said he had no problem with curricula discussing homosexual victims of the Holocaust as long as it's "age-appropriate."
It has all the favs in this one, Kristallnacht, hate the Germans and anyone who agreed with them, gotta get the homosexuals in there or it doesn't make good copy.
I don't think this guy was in any camps, they said he was "detained" in 2.
Marx was twice detained in concentration camps and later was sheltered by a French priest. He then joined the French resistance and eventually came to America.
And again the poor children suffer. Kentucky no less!
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