Arnold Schwarzenegger speaks about rising hate and anti-Semitism worldwide, drawing from his visit to a Nazi concentration camp.

Reflects on the weight of history at the camp, emphasizing the atrocities and inhumanity that took place there.

Urges people to consider the consequences of hate, drawing on the experiences of his own family and their involvement in the aftermath of World War II.

Encourages those on the wrong path of prejudice to reconsider their beliefs and choose a life of strength and responsibility.

Advocates for personal growth through facing discomfort and resistance, drawing parallels between physical and mental strength.

Highlights the story of a Holocaust survivor who exemplified the resilience of the human spirit against oppression.

Stresses that it's never too late to choose a path of strength and empathy, urging individuals to conquer their minds and embrace a life free of hate.

Schwarzenegger pointed to his father, Gustav Schwarzenegger, who, he has said in the past was a Nazi soldier and part of the siege of Leningrad in World War II that famously lasted nearly 900 days.

Highlights the rise in global hate and antisemitism, emphasizing the need for collective awareness.

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