WJC President Ronald Lauder says “never again” seems to happen again and again
By Carolyn Yeager
Seems to? What exactly is the meaning of this cryptic remark?
World Jewish Congress President Ronald S. Lauder, in announcing WJC’s second annual #WeRemember initiative in conjunction with the thirteenth annual January 27th International Day of Commemoration for Victims of the Holocaust – passed by voice vote* in the United Nations in 2005 – stated, “We must remember because ‘never again’ seems to happen again and again.” He doesn’t explain himself or say anything else along that line, so I’m assuming he means that he sees so much antisemitism around the world (done 90% by Jews themselves to create the appearance of antisemitism) it equals Jews being “holocausted” over and over.
*voice vote – you know how that goes: All those in favor say Aye, those opposed Nay. What country’s ambassador is going to shout out Nay to such a resolution in an open meeting? So naturally it passed.
Lauder also lamented the fact that there are “fewer and fewer survivors among us, and within just a few decades, all will have passed.” Really, will it take that long? These must be the ones who were born in Auschwitz – there were a large number of them. Instead of celebrating the gift of life and nurture given to them in the midst of terrible war, they will be urged by the WJC to dream up atrocity stories to present at events like this.
Or maybe create paintings in the style of David Olère featuring imaginary and fantastical images of fire blasting out of tall chimneys or starved prisoners putting corpses into ovens. Yes, this really helps to bring about a better world as the WJC says they want, doesn’t it.
The Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum in Poland which hosts a special program on 27 January, describes this year’s event thus:
In 2018, we will commemorate the 75th anniversary of the commissioning of four huge gas chambers and crematoria at the Auschwitz II-Birkenau camp. Consequently, the visual symbol of the anniversary will be a painting by a former Sonderkommando prisoner, David Olère who presented in his post-war paintings and drawings the tragedy of people murdered in the gas chambers.
Olère was never in such a gas chamber, and invented all his images after Auschwitz-Birkenau was emptied and the rumors, tall tales and Nuremberg testimonies were floating around. The A-B web site continues:
Until the liberation of the camp by soldiers of the Red Army, German Nazis murdered approx. 1.1 million people in Auschwitz, mostly Jews, but also Poles, the Roma, Soviet prisoners of war and people of other nationalities. Auschwitz is for the world today, a symbol of the Holocaust and atrocities of World War II.
Symbol is right. At one time this symbol was responsible for 4 million “murders.” There’s been no explanation of why it was reduced to 1.1million, while some “experts” say 1 million or 900,000. The explanation is: it’s all symbolic which means it’s a guess and only circumscribed by how high a number they think they can get away with.
Back to the World Jewish Congress, they’re going to repeat their campaign of last year of getting Jews from all walks of life to photograph themselves holding a handmade sign that says, “I remember” and post it to social media. From January 24-27, they will live project the photos plus interviews with survivors and messages from influential people on the grounds of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
I wrote about this particular project last year on January 27th on my personal website; you can read that article here. From this and from a special article I put together from Arthur Butz’ masterpiece Hoax of the Twentieth Century for our last year’s commemoration, I became more interested in the World Jewish Congress as a major instigator of the Auschwitz Myth. I followed up at my web site with two more reports: “It’s not just Jews, says critic” and “A History of the World Jewish Congress” wherein I present a case that they were the major instigator. Additionally, the WJC continues to play the major role in the promotion of “Holocaust Remembrance Day” they helped bring about.
Some not-so-trivial trivia that I just acquired from Gerard Menuhin’s book Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil is about Jewish powerhouse Jacob Robinson (no image of him can be found). He was born in Lithuania in 1889 (the same year Adolf Hitler was born) and obviously changed his last name; studied law at Warsaw University; was then elected to the Lithuanian parliament in 1923. He represented Jewish minorities at the European Nationalities Congress (1925-1933), counseled the Committee of Jewish Delegations, and took part in attempts to establish a World Jewish Congress. In February 1941, he founded the Institute of Jewish Affairs (IJA), the research arm of the American and World Jewish Congress, which he directed until 1947. The IJA’s main topics of research were the fate of Jews in Nazi-occupied Europe; the question of reparation and indemnification; the legal basis for prosecuting Nazi criminals; and the promotion of the concept of human rights as a means for defending the rights of Jews.
In 1945, Robinson advised U.S. Chief Prosecutor Robert H. Jackson in Nuremberg and codrafted the “Jewish case” presented to the International Military Tribunal. In 1946, he counseled chief prosecutor Telford Taylor on the Flick Case in Nuremberg. That same year, Robinson worked for the United Nations as an expert consultant to the team creating and establishing the Commission of Human Rights. In 1947 Robinson became legal adviser to the Jewish Agency at the UN and from 1948 to 1957 he was legal counsel to Israel’s delegation. Thanks to his previous experience, Robinson was instrumental in developing the Israeli diplomatic service. In 1952, he drafted the reparations agreement between Israel and the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG). His brother Nehemiah (1898–1964) was also a brilliant lawyer. He was Jacob’s close partner and successor as director of the IJA, and drafted the agreements between the FRG and the Claims Conference as well as the FRG’s Indemnification Law.’ (The Yivo Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe, Omry Kaplan-Feuereisen)
Isn’t it amazing how much damage one man can do?