Madonna can't STAND the intolerance going on in France right now, and she made quite the comparison to express her feelings.
The 56-year-old spoke out about anti-Semitism during a radio interview with Europe 1 Radio.
"France was once a country that accepted people of color," she said. “It was a country that embraced everyone and that encouraged freedom in every way, shape, or form — freedom of expression, artistic freedom, for example."
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"Now, it's completely gone," the songstress continued. “It's like, to me, you know, I said this two years ago, it's like we're living in a crazy time. It feels like, you know, Nazi Germany. All of these people... the intolerance, the level of intolerance that's going on is really scary.”
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“It's not just happening in France, it's all over Europe, but it's specifically in France. Anti-Semitism, I think, is at an all-time high, people are becoming, behaving, and reacting in extremely fearful ways, so it's scary."
This is not the first time Madonna has weighed in on the serious issue, which she says is now at an “all-time high.”