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Putting a George Floyd tribute in a Holocaust museum feels like a cultural Kafka trap

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There are many descriptions I can use for opening a George Floyd exhibit within a Holocaust museum, none of them good. However, there is a general issue that I find with this scenario beyond any offensiveness. This entire scenario of linking Holocaust to Floyd’s gruesome death comes across like a Kafka trap.

For the uninitiated, a Kafka trap is a question that is asked that does not have a good answer. The goal of this trap is for the person asking the question to get the person being questioned to incriminate themselves. It's a very dirty trick. The situation with the Florida Holocaust museum feels like a similar situation. There is an obvious cultural statement that the political left wants to make, and they want anyone who criticizes it to look bad while they do it.

“Uprooting Prejudice” At The Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida........

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