Student Group Kicked Out for Not Being Antisemitic Enough

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Vandalia, a student group at Heidelberg University, is kicked out of Federation of Heidelberg student groups for failing to be anti-Semitic enough.

Vandalia has refused to implement the national Aryan regulations on its membership and has

"consistently refused to oust Jewish students and those of Jewish descent, and that no Heidelberg student will henceforth be allowed to join the Vandalia group."

Antisemitism is no longer optional in Nazi Germany. Anyone who fails to uphold the anti-Semitic principles and policies as outlined by the Nazi Party will, sooner or later, be treated much like the Jews themselves.

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