Holocaust Museum Rebrands As George Floyd Memorial

The Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center in Maitland, Florida has temporarily rebranded itself as a “George Floyd Memorial Exhibit,” according to local news reports. It features photos of people who attended some of the first vigils and protests over Floyd’s death this summer in Minnesota.

Yes, you read that right. A Holocaust museum and memorial is catering to the Black Lives Matter movement, a movement that has consistently harbored anti-semites or anti-jewish political activists. And yes, by allowing their space to be used as an exhibit hall for George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement, The Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center is basically saying that George Floyd and the millions of victims of Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime are somehow similar or comparable.

Jewish conservative journalist Laura Loomer, who just ran for office in Florida’s 21st congressional district, which happens to be the most Jewish district in the nation, called “dangerous” and “outrageously tone def.”

“For the Holocaust Memorial in Maitland, Florida to re-purpose itself as a George Floyd memorial is abhorrent. The Black Lives Matter movement is notoriously Anti-Zionist and Anti-Jew. Elevating a movement that openly calls for the destruction of Israel and the targeting of the Jewish people is extremely dangerous. To compare the systematic murder of millions of Jews to the death of George Floyd is hurtful and outrageously tone def.”

While any death is tragic, the fact that the Holocaust Memorial and Education Center is using their platform to promote and celebrate the Black Lives Movement has to be one of the biggest examples yet of how unaware or unfazed many Jewish people are about the rabid antisemitism within the Black Lives Matter and progressive movement across America.

Rampant censorship of content and evidence exposing the hate for Israel and Jewish people in general has no doubt left many people in the dark. This is why we must all do our part in educating our family and friends about the hatred directed at Jews by Black Lives Matter and the Democrat party. Laura Loomer, who is quoted in this article, is the most censored woman in the world in part for her warning to the Jewish community about progressives like Congresswoman Ilhan Omar and others who openly and proudly display their antisemitism.

Silence is complicity and apathy is acceptance of this Orwellian “new normal” we have found ourselves in. Do your part, stand up and fight back.

8 thoughts on “Holocaust Museum Rebrands As George Floyd Memorial

  1. In the name of all that is holy, WHY did you allow this to happen?
    You cannot possibly equate George Floyd’s death, however untimely or wrong it might have been, with the fact that six million of our people were tortured, or starved to death, or burned to death just because they were Jewish.
    These people you have now given credence to are anti Semitic. This action has justified their attitude and diminished those who died under the SS, Nazi, Hitler regime.

  2. I am from Canada and am very concerned for the Jewish people……please send me as much information as you glean on this subject and event,
    Thankyou

  3. This is so wrong on every front! Lets all lie down and let them take us like cattle to the next death camp!! Not only is BLM a front for the extreme left, socialist ideals but even more worrying scary fascism.

  4. *An exhibit at the Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center in Maitland, Florida, honoring George Floyd has drawn a protest from Rabbi Dr. Bernhard Rosenberg of Edison, New Jersey, whose parents, Jacob and Rachel Rosenberg respectively were survivors of the Auschwitz and Buchenwald Concentration Camps. Rosenberg, who had declared himself a “Rabbi for Trump,” commented, “A George Floyd Exhibit has no place in a Holocaust Museum which should be dedicated to memorialize and remember the lessons of the Holocaust, namely that Hitler wanted to wipe out an entire people simply because they were Jewish. Antisemitism cannot be tolerated. The museum claims to use the lessons of the Holocaust to promote a ‘moral and just community.’ A George Floyd exhibit has no connection to the Holocaust. George Floyd’s death was decried by all, but his death was used as a springboard for BLM’s violent protests and anti-Semitic looting and vandalism of Jewish businesses. Anti-Semitic rhetoric was heard at BLM protests in the name of George Floyd. An exhibit to commemorate him does not belong alongside exhibits of 6 million Jews murdered in the Holocaust.”

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    Holocaust museums must stop worrying about “genocides” around the world and start emphasizing the Nazi Holocaust and its connection to today’s antisemitism. The same is true for Holocaust Commissions..

    Please continue protesting WE MUST NOT STOP..

    The people that put up the An exhibit at the Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center in Maitland, Florida, honoring George Floyd have absolutely no idea what they are doing. If they choose to put up a memorial

    where police broke the law and murdered a person who had broken smaller laws, there is a place for that.

    Murder is the highest offense, and it deserves its place. That place is not a place that honors the memories of those that were killed in the Holocaust.

    Unfortunately, too many people, Jews included , are either by choice or practice uneducated and or full of rage for many injustices an put them together in one pot.

    That may validate their anger or hurt but in no way does it make it correct, a fruit is not a bird.

    I am seriously concerned that our educational systems and many of our teachers and professors are poorly prepared and the are teaching by emotion, not by accurate information. Why don’t they have memorials to all the Native American Indians slaughter by the Calvary.

    They are rewriting history with lies.

    I am extremely disappointed in the Jewish community that takes its struggle to identify with every other struggle, they are not the same struggles.

    HIAS and the Jewish communities were significantly involved with bringing our parents to this country. Although they may exist, I don’t personally know of survivors that were on government aid and if they were it wasn’t for long.

    I don’t know of 1 survivor family that didn’t send their children to college. They worked from janitor to sewers, from cooks to tailors, from plumbers to construction workers, from teachers to painters…they did what ever they could, regardless of there higher education or wealthy backgrounds. The took the lowest jobs until they could qualify for higher ones.

    They lost parents and siblings, spouses and children. Their families were shot, starved, torchered, burnt, beaten, hung, raped and experimented on until they died…they experience all of it. They we robbed of their possessions, their families and their lives.

    I respect any group that has been discriminated against. They deserve to be respected, honored and memorialized, but NOTHING can or will ever compare to the Holocaust and people should stop being so lazy and compare everything or anything to it. RABBI DR. BERNHARD ROSENBERG

  6. Dear Editor:
    Holocaust museums must stop worrying about “genocides” around the world and start emphasizing the Nazi Holocaust and its connection to today’s anti-Semitism. The same is true for Holocaust Commissions.
    Please continue protesting.
    I am seriously concerned that our educational systems and many of our teachers and professors are poorly prepared and they are teaching by emotion, not by accurate information. They are rewriting history with lies.
    I am extremely disappointed in the Jewish community that takes its struggle to identify with every other struggle, they are not the same struggles.
    HIAS and the Jewish communities were significantly involved with bringing our parents to this country. Although they may exist, I don’t personally know of survivors that were on government aid and if they were it wasn’t for long.
    I don’t know of one survivor family that didn’t send their children to college. They worked from janitor to sewers, from cooks to tailors, from plumbers to construction workers, from teachers to painters…they did what ever they could, regardless of there higher education or wealthy backgrounds. They took the lowest jobs until they could qualify for higher ones.
    They lost parents and siblings, spouses and children. Their families were shot, starved, torchered, burnt, beaten, hung, raped and experimented on until they died…they experience all of it. They we robbed of their possessions, their families and their lives.
    I respect any group that has been discriminated against. They deserve to be respected, honored and memorialized, but NOTHING can or will ever compare to the Holocaust and people should stop being so lazy and compare everything or anything to it.
    Rabbi Dr. Bernhard Rosenberg
    Edison, N.J.

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