To start this off, I generally don’t like the idea of hotels being built in places of great suffering (antebellum plantations come to mind) or on top of burial sites (the numerous Hawaiian burials come to mind), so please enlighten me, on why it’s a good idea to build a luxury resort on a former concentration camp.

“It’s estimated 2,300 people were imprisoned on the island, of whom 130 were killed or starved to death, CNN reported

Now the island is set to be transformed into a luxury resort, complete with swimming pools, yacht marina, spa, restaurants and dance floor.”