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Jews can't even be murdered in their millions without the disgusting racists who joined the Labour Party in recent years suggesting they are somehow being afforded special privilege because of it or using it to gain advantage. #HolocaustMemorialDay #HMD2022
See, for example, the many antisemitic comments about Margaret Hodge's @LabourList article on #HolocaustMemorialDay. It seems that Nick West here, just one of many such commenters, is a full-time communications officer for my union, @unitetheunion.… ImageImageImageImage
Nick West's posts are vile. This cannot be allowed to go on. How can a Unite full-timer get away with this? He said these things publicly so can't complain about being called out for them. I hope that @UniteEqualities will follow up this matter. @UniteSharon @SteveT_Unite
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Today is Holocaust Memorial Day, the annual remembrance of the six million Jews, Roma, Trade Unionists, LGBT+ and disabled people murdered by the Nazis and the genocides that followed in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur.

#HMD2022 #LightTheDarkness #OneDay
With each passing year, the Holocaust fades from living memory and it is so important that we educate ourselves and our children of the industrialised mass murder committed in the name of ideology. Particularly as modern genocides continue to unfold, such as the Uyghurs in China.
The theme for this year's Holocaust Memorial Day is One Day. You can find out more about this year’s theme here…
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Today marks #HolocaustMemorialDay, a day of remembrance for the millions of Jews, Roma, disabled people, and LGBT who were murdered due to their identity. A time to reflect on the horrors of our past and the subsequent genocides following the Holocaust.
With the rise in ethno-nationalism and hatred in both the UK and throughout the world, #HMD2022 serves as an apt way to come together and remind ourselves of what we owe to each other. We owe each other solidarity, standing up for one another against hatred.
Each year since being in the UK I have had the opportunity to stand with Holocaust survivors and bear witness to their stories as they stood witness to my own story too. These are not just fragments of our past. Genocide is not something to debate. It's not something to forget.
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