"Can you provide, with proof, the name of one person who was killed in a gas chamber at Auschwitz?"
Those that profit from the absurd 'holocaust' religion are not going to like that at all ... since they cannot answer the challenge. Read on.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Bradley R. Smith
PO Box 439016
San Ysidro, CA 92143
Phone: 209 682 5327
Email: [email protected]
19 February 2009
Can you provide, with proof, the name of one person who was killed in a gas chamber at Auschwitz?
The Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust is running an announcement in campus newspapers nationwide asking students to help in identifying one professor on their campus who is able to provide, with proof, the name of one person who was killed in a gas chamber at Auschwitz
To date the announcement has been run by:
The Poly Post, California State University Pomona
The Cardinal, Louisville University
The Sign Post, Weber State University
The Daily Lobo, University of New Mexico
The News, Murray State University
The Western Courier, Western University of Illinois
The Bottom Line, Frostburg State University
The Exponent, Montana State University
The Daily Titan, California State University Fullerton
The Eco, University of Central Arkansas
The Free Press, Southern Maine University
The Current, St. Louis University Missouri
The Lumberjack, Humboldt State University
The Jambar, Youngstown State University.
At every university where we have the story the editorial staff was attacked for having run an ad that asks my “One person, with proof. . . “ question. At the same time, we have no evidence that journalism faculty on even one campus stood with the student journalists to defend their decision to publish an ad that, by merely posing a question, encourages a free exchange of ideas.
In every instance we know of academics routinely sided with those, both on and off campus, who demanded that the ad be pulled from the paper, or acted out the role of “bystanders” leaving the student journalists to hang and twist in the wind. In some instances the editors were pressured by the environment on their campus and the lack of support by their own faculty advisors, not only to withdraw the ad but to apologize for having run it in the first place.
At the Poly Post at CSU Pomona, once the ad was withdrawn under pressure, advertising sent us a copy of its advertising policy. It reads in part: “Although every ad is judged on its individual merits, the newspaper is disinclined to run those that promote hate, racism, or historical revisionism.”
Asking for the name of one person, with proof, who was killed in a gas chamber at Auschwitz then is an attempt to “revise” history. With regard to a free exchange of ideas, how are we to distinguish between professors who teach journalism in American universities from those who teach journalism in lands where the state is ruled by tyrannical fascists or communists?