Whoopi Goldberg: Holocaust “Not Race”


Whoopi Goldberg argued in ABC Monday’s The View that the Holocaust was “not racial” and urged backlash from the show’s co-organizers.

“If you’re going to do this, be honest about it,” Goldberg said. Said.. “Because the Holocaust is not about race. No, it is not about race.”

Co-host Joy Behar asked Goldberg: “So how was that?”

“It’s about human inhumanity towards humans,” Goldberg replied. “That’s about it.”

Anna Navarro, another co-host of the show, said, “Well, it’s about white supremacism. It’s about what it is. It’s about chasing Jews and gypsies …” ..

“But these are two groups of white people,” Goldberg said. “But you’re missing the point. As soon as you turn it into a race, it goes down this alley. Let’s talk about what it is. Treat each other. It’s a problem. You’re black. It doesn’t matter if it’s white or white, because blacks, whites, Jews … everyone eats each other. “

Goldberg’s comments were made during a discussion about the Tennessee Board of Education. vote Earlier this month, we removed the Pulitzer Prize-winning Holocaust graphic novel “Mouse” from the language curriculum for second-year middle school students.

The school board resolved to destroy the book describing the Jews tortured and killed by the Nazis during the Holocaust for blasphemous expressions and depictions of female nudity.Due to increasing pressure from parents over the last few months, some school districts and local governments have Discussion Pull books that focus on race, gender identity, or sexuality issues.

“So if you’re uncomfortable hearing about a mouse, you should be worried, should your child say my god ah? Do you wonder if it’s me? No! That’s not what they mean. “Show me a commercial break. “They’re going to say I don’t want to be that way. Most kids they don’t want to be cruel.”

Navarro chimes again and some conservatives spark A repulsion to compare the COVID-19 vaccination card with the method used to identify Jews in Europe during the Holocaust.

“So children need to learn about the Holocaust,” Navarro said.

“To learn about human inhumanity towards humans,” Goldberg added before interrupting the show.