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Received a post from my facebook friends on a topic mentioned above
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Robert T. Kowalski sent a message to the members of Polish Global Student Network.
April 20, 2009 CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-SENATE page S4431
... ... (excerpt from statement on the floor of the U.S. Senate)
The PRESIDING OFFICER. The Senator from Kansas.
Mr. BROWNBACK. Madam President, I yield myself 8 minutes.
Colleagues, tomorrow is a terrible day. It is Holocaust Remembrance Day.
I want to put up a picture of something that is all too familiar to the
world. It is Auschwitz, the main camp. You can see the different buildings
that were there. What took place there was a horrible thing that happened.
The world will remember that.
There was a new movie out on it last night that was put forward by a
group of students from Kansas. They found a lady who had moved through the
Polish concentration camp, actually the internment that they did in the
city, the slum. She saved a bunch of orphans. It was a beautiful story about
a terrible situation.
Tomorrow, Holocaust Remembrance Day, we remember this type of a picture.
Let me show you a modern picture that looks eerily similar. It is not the
same situation but just look at the barracks. Look at the design. Just look
at the setting. This is North Korea. It is a gulag. We have tens of
thousands who have been killed. We have 10 percent of the population that
have died over the last decade and a half in North Korea. . . . .
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