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Schwarzenegger addresses Americans amid growing anti-Semitism


Hollywood legend and ex-Governor of California (2003-2011) Arnold Schwarzenegger addressed subscribers to his channel on Youtube. The Austrian-born actor, who started out as a bodybuilder, said there had never been a successful social movement based on hate.

“Nazis? Losers. Confederation? Losers. apartheid movement? Losers. I don’t want you to be a loser,” the actor said.

He admitted that people can fall into the trap of prejudice and that it is easier to hate than to learn. Schwarzenegger noted that it is easier to talk about the international Jewish conspiracy than to work harder. But he pointed out that everyone who followed the path of hate died a miserable death.

The actor said that everyone has the opportunity to choose a life full of strength. The weak are unhappy with their life, which someone has ruined. You must make war on each other and not be broken.

Schwarzenegger isn’t the first time he’s addressed subscribers with a strong statement. Last year, his video, in which he talks about his father’s participation in the siege of Leningrad, was viewed 1.5 million times.

“He was wounded in Leningrad, and the Nazi army, of which he was a part, did terrible harm to the great city and its brave inhabitants,” he said.

Schwarzenegger noted that the Russians knew the truth about this era, and noted that he was talking about it for Western listeners. He wanted to warn them against hatred, lest they break like his father.

The US Anti-Defamation League previously released data showing an increase in anti-Semitic slurs and violence. 2022 was the highest since tracking began in 1979. We are talking about 2,717 incidents.

See also: “Schwarzenegger wrote in the Auschwitz guestbook: I will return”

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