The reference in the tweet is to the outstanding 24 June 2016 essay by the eminent Professor Bernard Fryshman in Yated Ne’eman. Professor Fryshman’s critical role in a landmark 2014 United States Congress law protecting vulnerable cemeteries of minorities internationally was explicitly recognized in the applicable Congressional Resolution. Why would a taxpayer supported agency, USPACHA, now be engaged in repeatedly honoring the Satmar-Aaronite sect’s de facto unit for trading away other people’s graves that publicly libels Professor Fryshman and any others who seek to defend the sanctity of human burial grounds around the world?
The reference is to Defending History’s reply to CPJCE’s statement that insisted the derelict Soviet sport center in Vilnius is for the Lithuanian nation akin to the Statue of Liberty and the Tower of London.
This Admas Kodesh group, that supports the effective selling of Jewish graves in Vilnius for the benefit of its Satmar-Aaronite affiliate CPJCE (“Committee for the Preservation of Jewish Cemeteries in Europe) in London, has repeatedly been legitimized, honored and venerated by the taxpayer supported federal agency known as USCPAHA (The United States Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad). Among the public-square examples from recent years are the following (see our earlier report on the untenable corruption of the USCPAHA).
Why is a United States taxpayer-funded agency that exists to preserve foreign cemeteries so committed to the corrupt scheme for a lucrative 36 million dollar convention center to be plonked in the middle of Vilna’s old Jewish cemetery, in violation of all norms of civilized society and against the opinions of the virtual totality of specialists and rabbis alike (excepting those with financial or political interests in the convention center project)?