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Holocaust Survivors’ Daughter Finds Fence Covered in Nazi Swastikas


A couple whose parents survived the Holocaust were left feeling nauseous after stumbling across a fence emblazoned with swastikas. The couple was driving towards Mount Cook near Cooktown, in Queensland, when they discovered the home with the Nazi symbols on the front gate.

A photo taken by the shocked couple showed white pipes taped to the fence in the shape of a swastika, with two lightning bolts on either side.

Pillars on either side of the gate have red ornaments of the swastika with a monkey perched on top.

The 71-year-old woman, who did not give her name, said: “Both my mother, father and stepmother survived the horrors of the Holocaust and subsequently lost their parents, siblings, large extended families, friends, and their entire communities. 

“This sight turned my stomach and made me furious that in this day and age, we still have people advocating for genocide. I love Australia, but I feel robbed because so many people must have seen this outrage and no one voiced their objections. I believe that those who displayed this disgusting signage should be charged with incitement to murder.” she stated.