“This Is Not The America My Parents Immigrated To In 1957”

Sunday, May 29, 2016
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com
05/29/2016

“‘Hoffnung’, the German word for ‘hope’, is my dad’s favorite word because it has carried him through many tribulations. Hope sustained him when the Nazis ripped him from his home. Hope lifted his spirits as a prisoner of war. Hope kept him alive when the Russians released him to the British, and he worked in a coal mine under terrible conditions near Scotland for a few years to pay off his “debt”. Hope is what brought him and his family to America for a better life. I just wonder if he would have left Austria if he knew that 57 years later his very own son would have no hope whatsoever for the America he was about to call home. So sorry, that’s just the way I feel right now, and for the past six months or so. Hoffnung ist tot.”

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