Controversy over visit Arnold Schwarzenegger to me Auschwitz. The actor received the inaugural anti-hate award, which is why he went to the monument to honor the victims of the camp. However, the sentence left in the guestbook became serendipitous: “I’ll be back,” Schwarzenegger wrote, citing one of his character Terminator’s most famous lines.
Many considered the actor’s comment to be insufficient and irreverent, but to clarify the museum’s social account, co-signed and in the words of the former California governor, gave an explanation to critics: “This visit was supposed to be relatively short. The writing was a promise to return for another, more in-depth encounter ” . The case is closed: the award received by Schwarzenegger remains, he is of Austrian origin and naturalized in the United States.
“I witness the ruins of a country destroyed by the Nazis – he wrote after receiving the Anti-Hate Award – I saw for myself how this hatred got out of hand and I share these painful memories with the world in the hope of preventing future tragedies and educating soldiers in personal responsibility. I am with the foundation of the Auschwitz Jewish Center and their educational mission to ensure “Never again.”
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