For anyone who is curious I'd suggest actually looking for the image in question.
There is nothing antisemetic about it. There is nothing close to holocaust denial in it -- in fact the opposite is true. It's a warning about treating your neighbors well, and how society can degrade if part of society is demonized.
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There are some subjects that are just so toxic, they can not be brought up without offending someone. If a person is not part of that specific community, or has not lived in that time, or can offer no first hand knowledge of the matter, they had better keep their mouth shut about it. Carano choose to dive into one of those subjects head first.
Even if she was expressing what she regards as a valid point, it was done extremely and poorly. Perhaps she was gunning for a law suit against Disney, as her relationship with the studio already appeared frayed. I really don't see how she wouldn't think she wouldn't be fired once complaints came in.
There are a lot of side issues and principles that can be raised in support or condemnation of her, but you know, it really doesn't matter. Just a bit of common sense, she said what she said and what happened is no surprise.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Raven,
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