Since When are all Germans Nazi's ????
by conor on October 19, 2015 - 10:46am
In this article, “Moncton Food Truck Owner Says he Faces Daily Racism” by Alexandra Abdelwahab, published on August 7th, 2015 on Global News about a man who operates his own food truck in Moncton New Brunswick. In this article she depicts the fact that Michael Uberall (Owner), faces racism because he is born in Germany and displays his countries name on his food truck. It has gone far enough as people calling him a Nazi simply because he was born in Germany; however he has lived in Moncton for a while now.
Michael Uberall shouldn’t be discriminated like this especially in Canada. Being born somewhere shouldn’t be the reason why people like or dislike you. I’m positive that in this situation Mr. Uberall didn’t plan to be born in Germany anymore than someone who was born in Canada. Also how will these acts of calling someone from Germany a “Nazi sh*t” play a role in our children’s mind? There minds can start comprehending things in the first 30 days of birth, so if they hear people calling everyone who were born in Germany “Nazi sh*t”, then that will lead the children to believe that all German people are like that as well. I also don’t think that they should treat Mr. Uberall’s co-owner the same way as if she was a German even though she grew up in Moncton New Brunswick.