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"Never Again" platitudes ring empty if you don't join Netanyahu opposing Obama's terms for Iran's nukes

One month after the Axis powers bombed Pearl Harbor, the American weekly news magazine, Collier's, published a cover by European-Jewish refugee artist, Arthur Szyk, depicting the German hierarchy positioned around a globe.

Hermann Goring, Heinrich Himmler, Adolf Hitler, Joseph Goebbels. Lying on the ground are a dumb-founded Benito Mussolini and Philippe Petain. SS-uniformed skeletons hold sinister messages, such as "All Hope Abandon Ye Who Enter Here," the words Dante's Inferno descirbes as being inscribed over the entrance to Hell. The Earth's equator is encircled with lyrics from the Hitler Youth's official song: "Today, Europe hears us- tomorrow, the whole world!" 

Szyk's "Madness" of Nazi global-conquest which Collier's called Americans to defeat before it consumed them
Irvin Ungar, the Curator of The Arthur Szyk Society and CEO of Historicana, explains that the national weekly magazine was upfront in warning Americans about the sinister nature of the Jew-hating Axis movement- 1-month after Pearl Harbor as America went to war to stop them and save the world from tyranny.

2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Nazi concentration camps, beginning with Auschwitz in Poland. American liberators of camps share their perceptions of the inhumane incineration- which European towns-people tolerated.  
(Video courtesy: Ken Burns "The War" PBS)

British social commentator, Pat Condell, uses the occasion of Holocaust Remembrance Day to draw attention to the anti-Semitism in Islam and Islamism's inherited Nazi tactics of spurring Jew-hatred toward power and domination.

Horace Frischer, 91, was raised 6-km from Auschwitz. In this exclusive JewTube interview, he discusses his labor-camp enslavement by the Nazi's and subsequent liberation of the camps by Allied Forces during World War II.

The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin el Husseini, reviewing the Bosnian Muslim Nazi SS Division Handzar in Nov., 1943. El Husseini was instrumental in importing Nazi Jew-hatred methods into the Arab-Jewish Mid-East conflict
Chart showing Allies and Axis military and civilian casualties.

What contributions to humanity would Sheldon Adelson most like to be remembered for?

Sheldon G. Adelson addresses an audience with Roger Gros at G2E at The Venetian
In a candid interview at the most recent, gaming industry convention, the chairman and CEO of the Las Vegas Sands corporation, Sheldon G. Adelson, revealed what he is most proud of, what will carry on beyond his life, and the contributions to humanity which he would like to be best remembered for. Watch JewTube's original video:

In October, 2014 at The Venetian in Las Vegas, he reveals in this interview with Roger Gros, publisher of Global Gaming Business magazine, why he is most proud of his efforts on behalf of Jewish continuity and survival- and what his medical research efforts contribute to humanity.

Prior to this portion of the interview, Mr. Adelson defended his opposition to the legalization of gambling into homes via the internet as being in the best interest of the public.

J.W.V., America's oldest vets' group brings "Gift for a Yank" tradition with Eddie Cantor's vaudeville show to V.A. Hospital on Christmas morning

Christmas gifters, J.W.V. leaders Hy Arnesty and Mort Schecter accompany Eddie Cantor imitator, Rick Rogers at V.A.
JWV Calif. Cmdr. Greg Lee is backed by Kojak-actor, Kevin Dobson
Jewish War Veterans of Los Angeles continued the oldest veterans' (founded in 1896) organization in America's 68-year tradition of preparing and delivering a "Gift for a Yank" to hospitalized Veterans Adminstration patients on Christmas morning. 

by Eddie Cantor in 1946 after World War II, California state Commander Greg Lee brought Rick Rogers (an Eddie Cantor impersonator) and partner Sharon Evans to the V.A. Hospital in L.A. to entertain those receiving and giving gifts- with vaudeville songs made famous by music and movie-star, Eddie Cantor. As you can see in the video, the patients and hospital were most appreciative.