Bill Shorten: history’s most atrocious crime

January 29, 2018 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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Australia’s opposition leader Bill Shorten reflects on the International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Bill Shorten

The world pauses to remember the Shoah, to mourn its victims and pay tribute to its survivors.

We must never forget the lessons of history’s most atrocious crime: that hatred and division must never be allowed to go unchecked and unchallenged.

We also pay tribute to those who sought shelter and a new life here in Australia, and in the decades since have contributed so much to building our nation and our communities.

People who brought with them the memories, the texts, the traditions, the song, the sorrow, the music, the ritual, the family obligations of a remembered way of life

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