Germans and Jews
Many people's perceptions of Germans are still coloured by Second World War; and I think it's about time that that not be the case any longer. Most people who fought in that war are now dead, and most of the people alive have been born after the conflict. Which means that it is unfair to these people to conflate them with the sins of Germany in 1930s and 1940s.
Imagine what kind of hell it would be if your parents or grandparents did something very stupid; you knew that it was very stupid and tried to change things in your country, while being in the process called a traitor or a weakling or a sellout; and then after all your efforts you still got to see the world treat you as if you were your errant ancestors. The efforts to improve Germany over the last 70 years deserve to be respected. The more they are respected, the less the case of actual Neo-Nazis, the more Germany remains a peaceful, democratic and prosperous country.
Whereas refusal to honor these efforts plays straight into the hands of the neo-Nazis. They get to claim that the world has it in for the German people and that they must conquer the world. This makes such a stance politically irresponsible. Most Germans aren't Nazis, and it is wrong that they be seen as if they were.
I write this as a Jewish person. Jewish people have had a longer history than did the Germans of being blamed for things that aren't their fault. No Jewish person presently alive was alive at the time of Christ, and it is totally wrong to treat Jews today as if they were Caiaphas.
Similarly, it is wrong to treat Germans today as if they were Nazis.