People should not forget.
I had meant to take a picture of one of these things for a while. I had seen many of them painted on the walls on the road I usually walk down to go to school, but by the time I had finally taken my camera along, somebody had sprayed over the Kreuz, covering all of them.
Now, I wanna express some considerations about this: first, whoever did this perhaps, and I repeat, perhaps, was the random kiddo who did not exactly understand what he was doing and did it just because it would have made him feel "cool". Like, "I'm cool cos I did something which goes against everybody's common sense and judgement", and that's all - at least I hope so. Because if that wasn't the case, then whoever did this did it because he had meant to do it for real, as in, really believing in what he was doing, and that is the utmost shameless thing one could ever do. I really mean it. And it saddens me that even today, sixty years later, people still dare to think that what the Nazis did could be even remotely right. And somehow I'm ashamed to live and be part of a society which still allow such thinking, which still has this sort of thoughts, especially considered that whoever did this had most likely to be a youngster, or - even worse- a group of youngsters of about my age. It's so ugly, so bad, so completely awful and wrong.
I'm glad one day, while walking in a completely different zone of the town, I found this one symbol still intact. I was lucky to have the camera with me as well.
People should not forget, people should not accept, people should not forgive what has been done there.