EDITOR'S NOTE: Occasionally World War II revisionism manages to gain a spectacular new execution gas chamber skeptic from among the professional class. For this writer Fred Leuchter is one of the most distinguished and competent of these "recruits," and lately we have been impressed by economist Daniel McGowan.
For many years McGowan was a tenured professor at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in upstate New York and the leader of a group deeply concerned about the welfare and fate of Palestinians under Israeli occupation. He helped to found one of the most effective pro-Palestinian organizations, Deir Yassin Remembered, which commemorates the Israeli mass murder in a village that has since been razed and erased from memory. Deir Yassin was situated within sight of the future Yad Vashem "Holocaust" museum but the "Never Again" museum has no memory of the destroyed village or its murdered Palestinian inhabitants.
Moreover, Elie Wiesel, the "Holocaust" conscience of the cosmos, worked for Irgun, the terrorist group that helped to perpetrate the mass murder. By pursuing the hypocrisy of Yad Vashem and the refusal of Wiesel to offer apology for or buttress the memory of Deir Yassin, Prof. McGowan gradually became aware of WWII revisionism and the plight of Germany's prisoner of conscience, Ernst Zundel.
From there, Prof. McGowan invested the energy and intelligence which has marked his Palestinian outreach, in the campaign for Zundel and the individual American right of skepticism toward homicidal gas chambers in Auschwitz, free of intimidation, career termination and blacklisting in the U.S., and imprisonment in Europe.
McGowan, now retired from his teaching post, most recently published his gas chamber skepticism in the local newspaper in the town where he formerly taught and still resides with his family; suffering a gauntlet of community derision and hatred as a result. Yet he values the truth more. This is rare courage. Revisionism is indeed fortunate to have in its ranks a defiant academic with impeccable credentials and so much to lose in terms of friends and prestige, who has forged ahead on behalf of the right to utter "heresy" and doubt the tender tenets of Holocaustolatry. He could have enjoyed a comfortable retirement. Instead he is now a target of a fanatical inquisition by haters who disguise their venom under the rubric of "tolerance."
Some time ago Prof. McGowan acquired a valuable original letter written and signed by Albert Einstein, critical of Judaic terrorists. He is now offering this historic letter for sale. The details follow.
Go to Ebay here:
Einstein condemns the Lohamei Herut Yisrael (Fighters for the Freedom of Israel).
TEXT OF EINSTEIN'S LETTER:
"When a real and final catastrophe should befall us in Palestine the first responsible for it would be the British and the second responsible for it the Terrorist organizations build [sic] up from our own ranks. I am not willing to see anybody associated with those misled and criminal people."
Kindly let others know of this auction, part of the proceeds of which will go for the support of Deir Yassin Remembered (DYR) Scholarships.
Deir Yassin Remembered was founded in 1995 at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. DYR works toward building a truth and reconciliation center at Deir Yassin. We ask that you open your hearts and wallets and make a donation to Deir Yassin Remembered, a charitable and educational not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
Deir Yassin Remembered c/o Daniel McGowan
Geneva, New York 14456
Source: On The Contrary