20+ Companies in the Business of Holocaust Denial Via Facebook

As most everyone (except Facebook) seems to know, Holocaust denial is both wrong and hateful. There's been many statements from the President, the Pope, Alan Dershowitz, many business leaders, and tens of thousands of our supporters in recent weeks about this problem, yet Facebook refuses to take the proper action or stand on the issues.

We recently were successful in getting Oakley Sunglasses to remove ads using their name from Facebook, and we have decided to launch a letter writing campaign to the following companies, urging them to remove their ads from Facebook.

For now, we are just providing a list of companies, as we're currently gathering contact information for them. If you find other companies we should list, or if you find email addresses for corporate contacts of the following companies, let us know. Also, if you write a decent, short, and powerful email that we may use as a sample
let us know. And finally, please let us know if and when you hear back from the companies, so we can post updates here.

The following is a list of companies currently advertising on Facebook, side-by-side with material which denies the Holocaust:

  • Sprint
  • Vonage
  • AT&T
  • Radio Shack
  • University of phoenix
  • Lifelock Identity Protection
  • Ancestry.com
  • Papa Johns
  • Dominoes
  • Microsoft
  • Drugstore.com
  • Sante fe gold
  • Monster.com
  • Jillian michaels
  • T-mobile
  • Harrah's Casino
  • Charter Communications
  • Pizza hut
  • Apartment Guide.com
  • The Venetian
  • Pet Meds
  • Century 21
  • Barilla - piccolini

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