CODOH Considers $50,000 Offer

Published: 1997-05-01

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A CODOH benefactor is willing to offer $50,000 to one individual who performs a certain valuable achievement to promote CODOH and revisionism in national media. Our benefactor has suggested a specific (and very challenging) achievement to be accomplished in order to receive the $50,000, but has agreed to consider your input on whether such an offer, conceptually, is a good idea.

There is nothing to prove or disprove in connection with this offer. If any one individual is able to accomplish the very simple (yet unheard of in national media) achievement we ask, our benefactor will be more than happy to confer the $50,000 on that person (and our legal advisers are confident the Offer will stand muster!).

The offer is meant to promote a major publicity breakthrough for Holocaust revisionism and for CODOH. The offer has a strong potential to place CODOH in a position to confront the issue of effective—not statutory—censorship of revisionist scholarship, including the celluloid curtain, the electronic smotherout and the woodpulp and ink blackout that rules from New York to Hollywood while Holocaust propaganda blares unchecked and unchallenged across the land-facilitated by such examples of corporate corruption as Ford Motor Co. giving a “free ride” to the deceitful and odious Schindler's List earlier this year.

Please read and consider carefully the enclosed version of the $50,000 reward offer, as suggested by our benefactor. Your input is important—so don’t hesitate to share (in writing, please) your ideas, comments, and suggestions—pro or con.

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Author(s): Bradley R. Smith
Title: CODOH Considers $50,000 Offer
Sources: Smith's Report, no. 43, May 1997, pp. 3f.
Published: 1997-05-01
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