I don’t know man. I had a totally different interpretation and I was bawling my eyes out at the end.

Swimmin - First of all, excuse me while I bleach my eyes at seeing the word ‘Aryan’ used by someone in the 21st century to actually describe a person racially or ethnically. Does this person actually think readers identify with a Nazi racial distinction? Are they using it ironically to imply that’s how all nonJews subconsciously think of themselves? So progressive! And by the last sentence does that person actually mean they don’t care about the perspective of other groups murdered in the Holocaust?! 
I wonder if they make a distinction between the people racially and ethnically targeted, and people like the ones who lived in the entire district of Warsaw that were massacred on a whim, or the political prisoners, dissidents, prisoners of war, enemy nationals, and so on. And does their clearly their very well-developed moral centers account for other people targeted for things they couldn’t help? Like gay and bi men, transsexuals, mentally ill, disabled and so many more who also died in concentration camps, or do they think their deaths are all just ‘sad’ too? Do their deaths only matter on degrees, proportional to how targeted their group was, regardless of circumstances? Then again I don’t actually care about their opinion considering this ublek of a post they made. 
I haven’t read this book or watched this movie, but a quick Google Search shows that at least some people are interpreting the main character being a non-Jewish child as representative of the willful ignorance adults had to what was really going on in the camps. Plus, the Jewish child in the story died too, and I imagine readers were sad over that as well. And this person even touches on a key part of the the book; the parents only cared when it was their own child. That’s a pretty affecting bit of irony there that’s probably meant to make people question themselves.

I don’t know man. I had a totally different interpretation and I was bawling my eyes out at the end.

Swimmin - First of all, excuse me while I bleach my eyes at seeing the word ‘Aryan’ used by someone in the 21st century to actually describe a person racially or ethnically. Does this person actually think readers identify with a Nazi racial distinction? Are they using it ironically to imply that’s how all nonJews subconsciously think of themselves? So progressive! And by the last sentence does that person actually mean they don’t care about the perspective of other groups murdered in the Holocaust?! 

I wonder if they make a distinction between the people racially and ethnically targeted, and people like the ones who lived in the entire district of Warsaw that were massacred on a whim, or the political prisoners, dissidents, prisoners of war, enemy nationals, and so on. And does their clearly their very well-developed moral centers account for other people targeted for things they couldn’t help? Like gay and bi men, transsexuals, mentally ill, disabled and so many more who also died in concentration camps, or do they think their deaths are all just ‘sad’ too? Do their deaths only matter on degrees, proportional to how targeted their group was, regardless of circumstances? Then again I don’t actually care about their opinion considering this ublek of a post they made. 

I haven’t read this book or watched this movie, but a quick Google Search shows that at least some people are interpreting the main character being a non-Jewish child as representative of the willful ignorance adults had to what was really going on in the camps. Plus, the Jewish child in the story died too, and I imagine readers were sad over that as well. And this person even touches on a key part of the the book; the parents only cared when it was their own child. That’s a pretty affecting bit of irony there that’s probably meant to make people question themselves.

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    Ok, I think that there needs to be a clarification or two here. For everyone who reads this, more cultures were...
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    I am also a Jew and OP does NOT speak for me.
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    As a Jew myself, OP makes me want to vomit.-Jafar
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    Every non-Jew who shed a tear over Anne Frank’s death was, of course, just faking it. -Dougas
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