By John Friend
Man targeted for holding politically incorrect beliefs.
In an environment where intellectual curiosity should be rewarded, a student trustee with California’s Los Rios Community College District faced a potential recall following a candid and provocative interview he gave to a college newspaper that delved into the most controversial subject in the world today, the “Holocaust.”
Los Rios comprises four separate community colleges in Sacramento and the surrounding region. Cosumnes River College, Folsom Lake College, Sacramento City College and American River College together make up the District, serving roughly 80,000 students.
Cameron Weaver, 26, was elected to the position of Los Rios student trustee in an April election and has served in the position since June of this year. Prior to that, he had been in student government and even contributed to the school newspaper, the American River Current.
In an interview with Barbara Harvey, a “journalist” and web editor with theCurrent, Weaver cited a popular YouTube video highlighting various newspaper articles prior to World War II that specifically described “6 million Jews” who were allegedly being persecuted in Russia and other parts of eastern Europe. Many of these articles noted that the Jews of Russia, Ukraine, Poland and other parts of Europe were facing severe oppression, discrimination and abuse, with many ultimately suffering and dying under horrific conditions. (Watch the video linked to Harvey’s name where she was interviewed to gain an understanding of how efficient the Jewish-controlled elite media’s brainwashing has been.—Ed.]
Numerous revisionists, including Don Heddesheimer, author of The First Holocaust: Jewish Fund Raising Campaigns with Holocaust Claims During & After World War One, have argued that the “6 million Jews” murdered at the hands of white Christian European peoples, a fabricated and false historical narrative officially institutionalized following the defeat of National Socialist Germany, has a long history going back well before WWII even began.
“In these newspapers, there was a very conflicting thing I noticed: There was continual reporting that 6 million Jewish people were facing a lot of [suffering]—they were facing starvation, being evicted from their homes, over in Russia, and then three years later it changed to Ukrainia,” Weaver explained during the interview.
Weaver clearly distanced himself from people who say “the Holocaust didn’t happen,” arguing that he does not know all the facts of the matter, and just found the “6 million Jews” figure, which has been endlessly promoted and repeated by the mass media—even prior to WWII—quite revealing and worthy of open and honest discussion.