ZIONIST INDOCTRINATION: AIPAC-sponsored congressmen push bill to make teaching about Oct. 7 attack MANDATORY for high schoolers
By Arsenio Toledo // May 10, 2024

A bipartisan pair of congressmen heavily funded by the powerful pro-Israeli lobbying group AIPAC are pushing for a new bill to create an "Oct. 7th remembrance curriculum" to be taught in high schools all over the United States.

Reps. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) and Michelle Steel (R-CA) claim that the October 7th Remembrance Education Act seeks to direct the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum to create a curriculum to teach about the Oct. 7 Hamas attack on Israel.

"For decades, educators have taught about the Holocaust to expose the repercussions that hate and intolerance can have on our society," said Gottheimer in a statement. "In the wake of Oct. 7th, the deadliest attack on the Jewish people since the Holocaust, we must develop new educational resources to combat the surging tide of antisemitism across the United States. We cannot stay silent in the face of hate and bigotry online, on our college campuses, or anywhere in our nation." (Related: BLOOD MONEY: Here are the TOP 10 POLITICIANS taking influence money from ISRAEL.)

"With each passing day, the ongoing consequences of Hamas' violent and unprovoked attack against innocent civilians in Israel remind us that the dangers of antisemitism are not just something of the past," said Steel. "We must ensure that future generations are educated about the very real and very present danger of antisemitism so that this hateful ideology does not continue to spread. This legislation takes concrete steps to do just that, and I am proud to partner with my colleagues on this measure to stand with the Jewish people both now and in the future."

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Gottheimer and Steel are heavily funded by AIPAC. Gottheimer has received nearly $1.7 million from AIPAC, and Steel has received around $252,000.

Bill requires teaching of Oct. 7 attack for high schoolers

The bill uses as precedent the fact that the Holocaust Memorial Museum already provides schools with Holocaust education materials. The Oct. 7th Act would be targeted toward students from ninth to twelfth grades.

The bill requests that the new curriculum include information on the Oct. 7 attack that kickstarted the ongoing Israel-Hamas war; how the history of antisemitism contributed to the attack; the current spread of antisemitism and anti-Israel rhetoric on college and university campuses; the spread of anti-Israel rhetoric on social media; and the "denial and distortion" of the Oct. 7 attack "as a form of antisemitism."

The bill also presents a definition of antisemitism in line with the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance's own, which includes denying the right of the State of Israel to exist, calling Israel "a racist endeavor" and drawing comparisons of contemporary Israeli policy to that of Nazi Germany.

Finally, the bill also demands that the Department of Education make regular reports to Congress on the progress of the crafting of the curriculum as well as its eventual implementation.

The bill has been supported by several organizations, including the Anti-Defamation League and the Jewish Federations of North America.

Learn more about pro-Israel lobbying groups and their influence on American politics at IsraelCollapse.com.

Watch this clip from "TruNews" reporting on AIPAC's anger over President Joe Biden's decision to temporarily halt the shipping of certain types of bombs and artillery ammunition to Israel in the wake of its invasion of Rafah.

This video is from the TruNews channel on Brighteon.com.

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Sources include:

InformationLiberation.com

JewishInsider.com

Gottheimer.House.gov

TrackAIPAC.com

HolocaustRemembrance.com

Brighteon.com



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