Sunday, August 26, 2012
Yet sixty years later anti-semitism still plagues Hungary. Prejudice seems to be a common theme amongst politicians and rioters, co-workers and friends. The craziest part? Many of those politicians who align themselves with these openly anti-semantic political parties are discovering they are actually Jewish too. A mother, a grandfather, a relative who escaped, a grandparent who died in a concentration camp.
A recent article, A Letter From Budapest, reiterated how serious this issue really is. How seriously people fear and hope and hate and want change. Read it. It's really worth it: A Letter From Budapest.