AUSCHWITZ MEMENTOS IN MONTREAL
FURTHER PROOF OF POLITICALLY CORRECT INSANITY
Canada will not permit Ann Coulter to speak because she might say something offensive to the Muslims.
Canada will not permit Paul Williams to warn the American people about the terrorist threat that emanates from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.
But Canada will not ban the sale of Holocaust soap made from Holocaust victims in Montreal.
Members of Jewish groups in Canada said a curiosity shop in Montreal should not be selling a bar of soap allegedly made from Holocaust victims.
Alice Herscovitch, director of the Holocaust Center in Montreal, criticized the owner of the local shop for selling bars of Holocause soap, saying “this individual, and others like him, are not preserving history in any way,” the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation reported Friday.
“The sale of objects which glorify Nazism and hatred, to me, do nothing. They certainly don’t help us remember,” she added.
The shop owner, whose identity and store name were not released, insists the soap is a way to remember the World War II genocide that claimed the lives of millions of Jewish people.
The CBC said the bar of soap, reportedly made from the fat of Holocaust victims, is inscribed with a swastika and is featured with a card reading “Poland 1940.”
“It’s just offensive to the core,” said Anita Bromberg, chief legal counsel for B’nai Brith Canada, a Jewish service organization. “I can’t imagine that someone would even pretend to say they’re collecting it for historical interest.”