09 November 2010
To Students at UCLA
Ladies and Gentlemen:
The Jewish Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith has gloated publicly over the fact that it was able to pressure the staff of The Daily Bruin into removing an ad (a text link) I was running in the Online edition of the paper to introduce you to my book Confessions of a Holocaust Revisionist. The book is free. The entire text is there online for you to read.
With a single letter the ADL was able to convince the staff of The Daily Bruin that it should censor the ad, which was paid for, but which they censored anyway. No notice. No explanation. Nothing. Not to me, and not to you.
With a single letter the ADL was able to convince the staff of The Daily Bruin that my Confessions are so dangerous that every attempt is to be made to keep you in the dark about what I write. They have not told you why the book is so dangerous. Dangerous to whom? Dangerous to the Holocaust Marketing Industry perhaps?
You might wonder -- what is there in this simple little book that places UCLA students in so much danger that even the smallest ad (in this case five words) must be, has to be, will be, censored? What do you think the Bruin staff was counseled to do by its faculty advisors? And why?
Here is the You Tube link where I read Chapter One from Confessions.
Here is the link to the full manuscript:
Tell me what you think. Review the chapter if you wish. Review the book.
If you like, I’ll drive up to UCLA some afternoon and talk it over with you. The book, and the censorship of the book. Now there’s an idea. Eh?