Subject: Open Letter to Greg Raven: Cross-Linking Sent: 1/12/96 9:17 PM Received: 1/12/96 9:23 PM From: Jamie McCarthy, firstname.lastname@example.org To: email@example.com CC: CODOH, firstname.lastname@example.org Ken McVay, email@example.com Hilary Ostrov, firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org (A copy of this message has also been posted to the following newsgroups: alt.revisionism) Mr. Raven, Now that your web pages are back online, it seems a good time for Nizkor to again contact you and to suggest that you heed Mark Weber's wishes. Mr. Weber is the author of an essay entitled "The Holocaust: Let's Hear Both Sides." You display this essay in a web page on your site, with headline-sized type saying: "Let Both Sides Be Heard." Nizkor agrees! Censorship, and hiding information from people, is not the name of the game, not in the brave new world of 1996, and especially not here in America. For that reason, Nizkor has many cross-links over to your web site, Mr. Raven. We want our visitors to not just trust what we have to say about you. We _want_ them to visit your site and see it for themselves, to see what you and your organization have to say. As we point out in the final "QAR," there are fourteen links back to various pages within your site within the QAR files alone, and twenty-six such links elsewhere on the Nizkor web. Now, you have not provided a single link back to Nizkor. Since you've been asked many times to do so, the only logical conclusion is that you're trying to hide our existence from your readers. That's a shame. But the height of the shame is the page where you present the "66 Q&A on the Holocaust." You feed your readers information that Nizkor has demonstrated to be chock-full of errors, half-truths, lies, and contradictions. And you don't even point out that a response is available, much less provide a link for your readers to read it. What happened to "Let's Hear Both Sides"? Please start living up to Mr. Weber's rhetoric, Mr. Raven. Please at least put in a cross-link from your 66 Q&A web page to Nizkor's 66 QAR response. I don't think I need to point out that this is not the first time Nizkor is repeating this request, or that, if you continue to refuse to provide the cross-link and indeed to even acknowledge our presence, it will not be the last. Posted to alt.revisionism; emailed to Mr. Raven and Bradley Smith, who is the head of the Committee for Open Debate On the Holocaust. Cc'd also to Ken McVay and Hilary Ostrov, the Director and co-Webmaster of the Nizkor Project, and to Ernst Zuendel, a Holocaust "revisionist" who has recently agreed to provide a cross-link from _his_ copy of the 66 Q&A. URLs referenced in this open letter: http://www.kaiwan.com/~ihrgreg/pamphlets/66questions.html http://www.kaiwan.com/~ihrgreg/pamphlets/bothsides.html http://www.almanac.bc.ca/features/qar/ http://www.almanac.bc.ca/features/qar/qar66.html http://www.webcom.com/~ezundel/english/incorrect.004.html -- Jamie McCarthy http://www.absence.prismatix.com/jamie/ email@example.com Co-Webmaster of http://www.almanac.bc.ca/ Unless you specify otherwise, I assume pro-"revisionism" email to be in the public domain. I speak only for myself.
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