A little something I just now found.
I want to argue that now, 60 years after the end of the Holocaust, it is time to grow out of all this.
The time has come to turn the memory of the Holocaust from an exclusively Jewish property into a world-wide human possession.
The mourning, the anger and the shame must be turned into a universal message against all forms of genocide.
The struggle against anti-Semitism must become a part of the fight against all kinds of racism, whether directed against Muslims in Europe or Blacks in America, Kurds in Turkey or Palestinians in Israel, or foreign workers everywhere.
The Jews‘ long history as the victims of murderous persecution must not cause us to wrap ourselves in a cult of self -pity, but, on the contrary, should encourage us to take the lead in the world-wide struggle against racism, prejudice and stereotypes that begin with incitement by vile demagogues and can end in genocide.
Such a people would truly be "a light unto the nations."