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THAT THERE is a sleazy financial connection between the otherwise laudable efforts of The Nizkor Project and the less laudable efforts of the League of Human Rights of the B'nai Brith Canada is clear from the fund-raising form posted by Webmaster Kenneth McVay on the Nizkor Website ("The Nizkor Project is pleased to announce its cooperative affiliation with the League of Human Rights of the B'nai Brith Canada"). Payments made to the League are endorsed "Nizkor Trust Fund."
I HAVE made a few
inquiries, and would it be right to state as follows:
Kenneth McVay writing from somewhere in Canada, March 1, 1998, responded:
No, it would not. You don't seem to get it through your head that the ADL does not - repeat - does not - provide funding for Nizkor. Nor, as I have already pointed out, does the League for Human Rights. The League accepts donations on Nizkor's behalf, but does not either make donations to Nizkor or myself. I am always amused to note how "revisionist scholars" seem obsessed with Jews and Jewish organizations. . . Interesting, don't you think?
© Focal Point David Irving 1998