Arnold Schwarzenegger tells antisemites they will `die miserably`
Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger has urged anti-Semitism and other racist and bigoted hate groups to stop spreading hate and choose a brighter path.
According to Variety, the action star, who made headlines last year for visiting the Auschwitz concentration camp and coming to terms with his father’s own Nazi past, posted a 12-minute direct-to-camera address on YouTube that In he called anyone. has “heard some conspiracy about the Jewish people or some race or gender and thought, “That makes sense to me.”
“There has never been a successful movement based on hate… The Nazis? The losers, the Confederacy? The losers, the apartheid movement? The losers. I don’t want you to be losers. I don’t want you to be weak. . . . Despite all my friends who might say, ‘Arnold, don’t talk to those people. It’s not worth it,’ I don’t care what they say. I care about you. I think you’re worth it. Yes I know nobody is perfect… I can understand how people can fall into the trap of prejudice and hatred,” he added.
Schwarzenegger added, “It’s easier to pretend that the Jewish people conspired to stop you, then to admit that you just need to work hard… It’s easier to hate than to learn… No one He who has chosen the easy path of hatred has reached the end of the road and says, ‘What is life?’ No. The more they die, the worse they die,” Variety reported.
He added that it’s never too late “no matter how far you’ve gone” and said, “I want you to know that you still have the opportunity to choose a life of strength… yourself… of [hate] The way is simple – you don’t need to change anything, everything in your life that you are not happy with can be someone else’s fault… [But] You will be broken. I don’t want you to go through all this.”
Meanwhile, Schwarzenegger has recently been making headlines for his political advocacy and will soon return to entertainment with his first starring role in a television series courtesy of Netflix’s action comedy ‘Fubar,’ according to Variety.
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