Like I said in my previous post; political views can and will provoke people, and Pascal has every right to do so just like anyone else should. Of course you could make the argument that detention camps, internment camps, and obviously extermination camps, are all very different things, but I do get this particular comparisons and what he was trying to say with it. The point I’m making is that Pascal, like many celebrities (and regular people) on social media, are not immune to provocative comparisons.
The eternal issue with these things is where do you draw the line? And when does someone’s definition of when the line is crossed simply boil down to their own personal political beliefs? And can you even make objective distinctions when no written law or rule is being clearly contradicted?