Karl Lagerfeld to Germany: “’You cannot kill millions of Jews, then take in millions of their worst enemies afterwards’”

Citing Holocaust, Karl Lagerfeld says Germany is taking in Jews’ worst enemies
by Staff
November 14, 2017

Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld of Chanel evoked the Holocaust this week in criticizing Germany’s open borders policy toward Muslim refugees, saying Berlin was taking in Jews’ “worst enemies.” The Hamburg-born Lagerfeld sparked controversy when he lashed out at German Chancellor Angela Merkel, saying, “You cannot kill millions of Jews and then take in millions of their worst enemies afterwards, even if there are decades [between the events],” according to a translation by the The Times. Lagerfeld, 84, made the comments during an appearance on a French talk show on Canal 8. READ MORE

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