Smith's Report, no. 186

Published: 2011-11-01

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Two Universities in Service to Hatred

Jett Rucker

Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, and the University of Southern California, Los Angeles—are but a small segment of American academia in thrall to the agenda of hatred promoted and perpetuated by the proponents of Israel and the hegemony of the international cabal claiming to represent Jewry.

These prestigious institutions—and Steven Spielberg’s Shoah Foundation Institute (http://tinyurl.com/3e5h2u8)—have served Holocaust Revisionist Eric Hunt as hoist by their own petard in his project to expose the vicious and profound distortions conveyed through their Orwellian pre-emption of the goals of “opposing bigotry and promoting tolerance.”

In his undertakings, Hunt has shone a bright light on the sharp boundaries of tolerance these institutions set about their productions where these might be diverted to the opposing ideal of factual accuracy—or truth, as philosophers are wont to refer to the concept.

Eric Hunt, who spent 18 months in jail for too-insistently seeking an interview with purported Holocaust Victim Elie Wiesel, has produced a counter-documentary titled The Last Days of the Big Lie (http://tinyurl.com/6dyrt3z) as an exposé of Spielberg’s 1999 Oscar-winning documentary The Last Days (http://tinyurl.com/6dyrt3z). Hunt accomplished this feat largely by use of material he downloaded from a resource created by Steven Spielberg in support of the view that the Jews of Europe underwent a campaign of genocide conducted by the people of Germany through the National Socialist regime that controlled their government from 1933 through 1945.

Spielberg and his fellow masters of illusion have appropriated a far grander and utterly unimpeachable purpose for their enterprise, however. It is nothing less than to “oppose bigotry and promote tolerance” always and everywhere, to be pursued by interviewing people who say they were ill-treated at the hands of Germany’s National Socialist regime during World War II. In the ostensible service of their immaculate purposes, unfortunately, the producers have quite thoroughly abandoned all concern for factuality, and have, in fact, displaced that quaint value with a flogging of sensationalism that would make inciters of public fury like William Randolph Hearst blush....

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