Why is forgetting the Holocaust guaranteeing it will happen again?

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  • Why is forgetting the Holocaust guaranteeing it will happen again?


Answer #1 | 13/02 2014 19:00
which holocaust..? The African one, Maafa..? History is full of atrocities and so is today's society. What you choose to dwell in or move on from is up to you, as is what you allow the media to keep shoving down your gullet
Answer #2 | 13/02 2014 18:12
Because if not studied, history is bound to repeat its self. its like putting a big metal rod up in the middle of a field. lightning is guaranteed to strike it this year, and its guaranteed to strike it 100 years from now
Answer #3 | 13/02 2014 18:19
It's not guaranteed, but probable that it could happen. I mean, people are aware it happened and systematized killing STILL occurs, could you imagine if we weren't aware of its horror? I guess people say this and think that humanity needs to learn from its past mistakes in order to forge a better future. I think it's important to know about history in order to have a better future.
Answer #4 | 13/02 2014 18:22
It has been said that history repeats itself till the lesson is learned.
Answer #5 | 13/02 2014 17:56
Because people will forget how bad it was and what kind of negative impact it put onto the world. If everyone forgets about it, it will slowly lose its "level of bad" and if anyone gets the idea again, it won't seem as "bad".
Answer #6 | 13/02 2014 18:59
It doesn't guarantee it, but it does increase it's chances. "Those who don't know history will be doomed to repeat it." if the holocaust is forgotton, obviously know one will know that history, and it can happen again.

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