Anne Frank’s Name Erased From Day Care Center in Woke Attempt to Cancel History


Over the weekend, news broke that a German daycare center would remove Anne Frank’s last name at the request of “parents from migrant backgrounds.” Frank, who is one of the best-known Holocaust victims, is also considered an important document of the suffering of European Jews in World War II.

According to the director of “Anne Frank”, a German daycare that has been operating for many decades, the center will change its name because “parents from migrant backgrounds find it difficult to explain the name to their children.”

Andreas Brohm, the local mayor, said that in an effort to promote “diversity,” the center will be renamed World Explorers. Many local residents and critics argue that “effective and age-appropriate educational concepts” are available to teach children and youth about Frank’s history and life.

Locals have a right to question “diversity’s” motives for renaming the center. Many articles and quotes by town officials do not mention that the “migrant parents”, as they are called, are most likely refugees from Muslim-majority countries.

According to the U.N.’s High Commissioner for Refugees, Germany has taken in “1.24 million refugees and 233,000 asylum seekers, making it the biggest host country for refugees in Europe. Half of the refugees are from Syria. Germany also hosts 27,000 stateless persons.”

It’s safe to assume that the parents who are upset about this situation are Muslims, and they don’t want to have to explain what happened to Anne Frank to their children, especially in light of the massacres of Jews on October 7, Israel. If they don’t know who she is then this could be the perfect time to teach them.

Western countries, especially Germany, are responsible for the mess created by their immigration policies. They accept many migrants who refuse to assimilate into the culture of their adopted country, and the woke politicians are on the defensive to avoid offending anyone — all in the interest of “diversity.”

Anne Frank died at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp in 1945. She was 15 years old and Jewish.