For this “Never Again is Now” campaign to be successful, we made it “up close and personal” speak in the name of a Holocaust victim come as they live again through us. Then fearlessly secure the extra- large “Badge of Resistance” so none can escape its gaze, as we proclaims to the world our commitment that “ the hate stops here with us!” Six million voices will be heard. With your help, this movement will swell into the largest crowd speak ever,
Picture huge groups like CUFI, ZOA and AIPAC unified in their message to stop the hate as attendees at their conferences wearing the bold Black and Yellow Never Again is now pins form a sea of thousands to show a their commitment as G-d fearing patriots. Patriots who indivisibly bound by a sacred covenant, a biblical decree that mandates we repair the world and a constitutional decree that obligates us to protect humanity from the scourge of tyranny.
Let the voices ring out from every corner of the world, every university, every house of worship and ultimately from the chambers of Congress where our politicians can once again discover America just purpose and noble cause that a world freed from the tyranny embodies.
The movement has already started. Look at the proud faces of Holocaust survivors, Rabbis and advocates of peace, righteous Christians, Hollywood celebrities, unafraid politicians and veterans who have already proudly donned their badges to proclaim their commitment to stop this hate.
Never again will we be silent. Never again will we accept Antisemitism without a fight. Never again we will evil be allowed to flourish. Like our badge of resistance shouts, “Never Again is Now!” The Hate Stops Here with Us Six Million voices will be heard
In the next few months, we will be heading to Washington, DC to distribute these badges to find Senators and Congressmen and women bold enough to stand within the well of their respective chambers, don the badges and proclaim directly to America that Today my name is Eliezer Arav, the real Eliezer died at the hands of the Nazis in 1943, in the Holocaust who died mercilessly for no other reason than humanity’s inability and unwillingness to acknowledge and stand up to evil and hatred,
Yet, I hear his voice loud and clear, therefore, I proclaim that I am that Jew today. And in his name, I affirm time has come to evoke this noble objective and take action against those whose policies will bring about the obliteration of the Jewish people I urge Congress to stand with me to de- legitimize any group effort determined to wipe the Jewish people off the face of the earth
Your Hate Stops Here With Us!