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Arnold Schwarzenegger Calls Antisemites 'Losers' Who Will 'Die as Miserably as They Lived'

In a new video, Arnold Schwarzenegger discussed the rise of anti-Semitism globally, describing the Nazis of his father’s generation as “losers” who were “misled into a path that ended in misery.”

In the clip, the actor and former governor of California described how his father, a Nazi party member, was a broken man after the war who turned to alcohol to cope.

He cautioned viewers that “there has never been a successful movement based on hate.” “Think about that: the Nazis? Losers. The Confederacy? Losers. The apartheid movement? Losers. And the list goes on and on” Schwarzenegger said.

He continued: “it's easier to make excuses that the Jewish people conspired to hold you back than it is to admit that you just needed to work harder. It's easier to hate than it is to learn.”

He recalled that “a woman who survived the horrors of Auschwitz helped me find the light.” “I spent some time with her. She told me that the Nazis could conquer cities and countries, they could take her freedom, her friends, her family, even her life. But they could never conquer her mind” he said. (INN / VFI News)

“Those who hate me without reason outnumber the hairs of my head; many are my enemies without cause, those who seek to destroy me.” - Psalm 69:4