Arnold Schwarzenegger himself has on more than one occasion dealt with his family’s Nazi past, particularly his father, Gustav Schwarzenegger, a Nazi Party terrorist, and follower of Adolf Hitler during World War II. In an interview with CNN, the actor of such tapes as Terminator assures that his father was present at the invasions of Poland and France.
The interpreter said, “My father and many millions of others were absorbed in a system of hatred through lies and deceit. We have already seen where this leads.” “I think about those kinds of atrocities, how many millions of people had to die and then lose…” he said.
The interpreter made it clear in his speech that ultra-Orthodox movements and growing anti-Semitism were not going anywhere. He said, “I have seen firsthand what kind of atrocities took place. How many lakhs of people had to die and then ended up as losers.”
Schwarzenegger explained that “it doesn’t work.” “I mean, we’re going to get along. Love is stronger than hate,” he insisted. He stressed, “It doesn’t matter how far you’ve come, I want everyone to know that there is still a chance for a lifetime of strength.”
Furthermore, the interpreter openly positioned himself against Donald Trump, after announcing that he would be talked about as one of the candidates for the White House in 2024, of which he said he had “no chance”. Not there”. “The first thing that came to my mind when I saw it was that it was dangerous and we were very close to losing our democracy. This could be the beginning of something like the Night of Broken Glass, let us all be aware.” His.” Elaborate.
It is not the first time the Austrian has stood up against the rise of anti-Semitism and the far right. In 2017, he donated $100,000 to the Simon Wiesenthal Center, an organization that combats anti-Semitism and bigotry and was “appreciated” by neo-Nazis and far-right activists in Charlottesville. “My message to them is simple: They will not win. Our voices are stronger. There is no such thing as white America, there is only the United States of America,” he said then.