This special TEDx (Technology Entertainment and Design) is a community organized lecture by Anna Blech, winner of numerous awards as a high school student for her paper “”Downplaying the Holocaust: Arthur Hays Sulzberger and The New York Times”. Blech is amazed at the enormity of the horrors of the holocaust, and the proportionally microscopic proportions of the journalistic reporting about it during that period.
Although Blech doesn’t explain the reasons for the unfathomable lack of press coverage of one of the most horrible crimes committed against the Jewish People and mankind, it really comes as no surprise that Jewish persecution and suffering, even of collosal proportions just didn’t make the news.
The Jewish People have learned that in order to survive, they need to make their own news, defend themselves and their rights and independence at all costs.
When it comes to helping the Jewish Nation, the world was and is shockingly silent.