The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum has entered the fray at UW-Madison.
It's not enough that the Jewish Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith with its $50-million-plus annual budget stands against a free press with regard to the Holocaust question.
Not enough that ADL and Hillel: the Foundation for Jewish Life on Campus organized at 500 campuses, have together published a 10,000-word document and made it available to student newspapers across America -- a document titled "Fighting Holocaust Denial in Student Newspapers."
Nope. Not enough.
Now the USHMM with its own $50-million dollar annual budget, much of which is subsidized by American taxpayers, has found it necessary to join the struggle. Talk about David and the Goliaths, eh?
Where does the collective panic of the Goliaths originate? In the threat of a free exchange of ideas with regard to the Holocaust question? What else is at stake? Only the continued use of the Holocaust narrative to morally legitimate the argument against a free press, to morally legitimate what is increasingly viewed as "immoral" Israeli State policies against Palestinian Arabs.
A marraige made in the Zionist heaven.
Here is the Note from a Director of the USHMM, Sara J. Bloomfield.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
A Note From the Director
I am writing to alert you to a deplorable ad campaign currently running on the Web site of a major U.S. university student newspaper. Paid for by a Holocaust denial group, the ad links to a hate-filled Web site designed to manipulate young minds.
These days it’s easy and cheap to propagate hate: the ad cost a mere $75 to run for 30 days. We cannot afford to be silent in the face of such offensive and dangerous rhetoric. Please help the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum continue to disseminate the truth about the Holocaust by making a generous gift today.
While we can’t stop haters, we can minimize their impact. But we need your help.
Spreading hate and lies is cheap: it cost only $75 for one Holocaust denial group to reach tens of thousands of students. Today, I ask you to take a stand against those who spread such venom by making a $75 gift of your own.
While their $75 goes to promoting antisemitism and hate, your $75 will combat denial by preserving and presenting the truth. Please support this vital work.
Sara J. Bloomfield