Holocaust denier Bradley Smith, founder of the Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust (CODOH), has reached out to Georgetown University to “inform” them that the university’s Jan Karski Institute for Holocaust Education is promoting Holocaust myths for financial gain.
In a letter to Georgetown’s president, Smith claims that the Institute for Holocaust Education is merely the money-making ploy that celebrates the “bloody vengeance wreaked on Germans and Germany for lo, these 68 years so far, with no end to the gore-worshipping festivities yet in sight.”
He claims to be sending the same information to “hundreds” of student organizations and “other campuses and venues.”
In an interview on the anti-Semitic online radio program “Saturday Afternoon with Carolyn Yeager” on The White Network, Smith claimed that he is targeting Georgetown because the academics there “are overwhelmingly Gentile and Christian and we are trying to find out if any of them have the simple decency…to take into consideration the material that we will give them.” The White Network describes itself as “Whites talking to Whites about White interests.”
Smith explained his strategy to Yeager, a fellow anti-Semite and Holocaust denier, saying that American universities, as well as the American government and media outlets, have been “totally taken over” by Jews and the Jewish lobby. However, this supposed Jewish control is partially the fault of Gentiles who “are willing to go against the truth to please the Jews.”
When asked if he believes the Holocaust is promoted through a Jewish conspiracy, Smith replied that it’s “not a conspiracy. It’s a project. It’s wide open.”
Bradley Smith is most notorious for placing ads in college newspapers encouraging students and professors to question the Holocaust. In addition to espousing Holocaust denial through CODOH, Smith also started a website with Yeager. She currently runs a site called “Elie Wiesel Cons the World,” which asserts that it is “dedicated to exposing the false Testimony of the world’s most famous Holocaust survivor.”