Does your ignorance of life make you believe you are the only person with people near and dear who suffered there.
Although I might have worded my post a little more politely, your statement got me riled. And my in-laws' father didn't live to be 90 or whatever, so congratulations to yours.......... The whole family would have ended up there and dead if the local station master hadn't tipped them off so they could flee.
We have such camps to remind us that we are all the same.
That is why we rightly have the United Nations High Commission for Refugees 1951 Act, that refugees, once they land on this continent, can't be sent back to a war zone. Poles of all people would do well to remember that.
And how does my opinion reflect on your consideration of "My ignorance of life"? You posted an outlandish opinion, albeit often voiced, about a World Heritage site, which is sacrosanct for millions, whether they be Jews, Poles, Germans, Roma etc etc etc etc............................... That's nothing to do with "looking back." That is that generations' lost ones, and you can be sure that Auschwitz will stand as a warning for our age. The same ethnic cleansing happened in Rwanda, Darfur, and Bosnia, and you think that Auschwitz should be demolished?
To be replaced by what? Smart Krakow dormitory town housing developments. Maybe discos?
I refer you to my earlier post. I think you have an ulterior motive here. At the very least you sound like an apologist for these boys' actions.
Many people are killed by mass murderers but they don't have tour's of the crime scene, what is the point.
I totally agee, when schoolchildren go on school curriculum tours. In very bad taste, and the children should not be exposed to such. Adults only.