30 Day Photo Challenge.

Day 7 - A photo that makes me cry.

Shit, I really hate this day in the challenge.

I'd have to put three different things that make me cry.

I'd have to say the first photo would have to be to represent any type of animal cruelty whether it be animal testing, dog fights, neglect, torture or hunting..

Any of it brings me to tears within an instant. I'm blubbering right now at the thought of it.I am not going to put a photo of an animal because it's just too sad. I'll put a photo of the stop animal cruelty sign.

The second photo I have to put is a photo taken at one of the Nazi concentration camps.

It breaks my heart to think of the millions of Jewish people that were brutally murdered or died from disease, malnutrition, starvation or the sick scientific experiments they were put through.

After the war, their shoes were collected from the death camps and put behind cages as a memorial dedication. This is a photo of the shoes from only ONE concentration death camp.

Millions of people died in this war. It wasn't just a war, it was an extermination. I can't physically understand be so brutal, heartless, vicious, horrific, cruel and just inhumane. There isn't a word in any language to describe how fucked up the nazis are. To think that there are still nazis in the world today? Is just a unthinkable. I'm not a violent person, but for them I'd make an exception!

My third photo, represents tears of admiration.

The White Mouse - number one on the Gestapos most wanted list was an Australian woman named Nancy Wake who helped thousands of people escape the war and trained many soldiers in the resistance against the Germans.

The Gestapo nicknamed her The White Mouse because she was so hard to catch.

Please, look her up.

'I hate wars and violence, but if they come, I don't see why we women should just wave our men a proud goodbye and then knit them balaclavas.' - Nancy Wake.

1 comment:

Carla said...

reading about the nazis makes me sad too, especially growing up in germany! Luckily, germany has changed so much since then! One of my fav book is The Anne Frank Diary, so touching! great post!


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