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A diplomatic slip

Discussion in 'Concentration, Death Camps and Crimes Against Huma' started by the_diego, Apr 18, 2018.

  1. the_diego

    the_diego Member

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    The Vice President of the Philippines (middle, sitting), perhaps in a relaxed moment, allowed a group picture of her and the Philippine entourage at the Holocaust memorial. It was later brought down from the Government and media sites.

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    Just sharing. It's a memorial, not a tourist spot.
     
  2. JJWilson

    JJWilson Well-Known Member

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    I don't think there was any intentional disrespect as you said diego, but still, that probably should have been kept in the personal file. At least it wasn't the German delegation......
     
  3. Kai-Petri

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    Indeed . I recall when German chancellor in 2000 in Israel put out the holocaust flame when he was supposed to make the flame bigger...ouch!
     
  4. JJWilson

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    Oh boy.......I'm sure he didn't get invited back.
     

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