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Model launches unique crypto-technology global Holocaust remembrance campaign


A model and activist is launching a unique global Holocaust remembrance website in an attempt to educate people after a rise in antisemitism and Kanye West ‘spewing his dangerous opinions.’

Elizabeth Pipko, 27, a 2016 campaign staffer who has previously posed for Maxim, announced the launch of Lest People Forget earlier this week, which allows people to share artifacts and memories of the horrors that occurred less than a century ago.

Pipko, pointedly, has taken out two alternate domains for the project: EducateKanye.com and EducateYe.com. 

While the project in part is about West’s behavior – which included him saying he ‘likes Hitler’ and palling around with known anti-Semite Nick Fuentes – Pipko bemoans a lack of education in young people in general that led to it’s creation.

Elizabeth Pipko

Kanye West

Elizabeth Pipko (pictured left), a model and former 2016 Trump campaign staffer is launching a unique global Holocaust remembrance website in an attempt to educate people after a rise in…



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