Model Launches Unique Cryptotechnology Global Holocaust Remembrance Campaign

Model Launches Unique Cryptotechnology Global Holocaust Remembrance Campaign

A model and activist is launching a unique global Holocaust memorial website to educate people after anti-Semitism surges and Kanye West ‘spreading his dangerous opinions’.

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

Pipko specifically chose two alternative domains for the project: EducateKanye.com and EducateYe.com.

While the project is partly about West’s behavior — which has included saying he “likes Hitler” and feuding with well-known anti-Semite Nick Fuentes — Pipko bemoans a lack of education among young people in general, which contributes to his has led to emergence.

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Elizabeth Pipko (pictured left), a model and former Trump campaign staffer from 2016, is launching a unique global Holocaust remembrance website to educate people after a rise in anti-Semitism and Kanye West (pictured right) calling “his spread dangerous opinions”.

Pipko, the daughter of Jewish immigrants from the former Soviet Union, said her parents “have always taught me where we come from as a family and as a people.”

“The Kanye stuff came off last fall and spat out all his…let’s say dangerous opinions,” Pipko told on Friday.

“I was a very big fan, so it was sad for me to see him take that stance, he has a lot of particularly young supporters who are the demographic that knows the least about the Holocaust,” she added. “If anyone wanted to make a difference in this area, it would be with young people.”

She noted in particular that she had spoken to teenagers who not only knew nothing about the Holocaust, didn’t know who Adolf Hitler was, and thought “only 100” Jews had been killed in the concentration camps.

Pipko, who is currently working on a graduate degree in social policy and practice at the University of Pennsylvania, said this is a chance to unite multiple of her identities — as an activist, a student, a proud Jew and someone working in the nonprofit space.

She was so disappointed and discouraged as someone who was not only a fan of West and his former wife Kim Kardashian, but someone who had met them before.

“So many of his followers know about him but not politics,” she added, saying it was impossible to see his recent turnaround coming, particularly his association with Fuentes, a known white supremacist and anti-Semite.

Pipko specifically chose two alternative domains for the project: EducateKanye.com and EducateYe.com

Pipko specifically chose two alternative domains for the project: EducateKanye.com and EducateYe.com

While the project is partly about West's behavior — which has included saying he

While the project is partly about West’s behavior — which has included saying he “likes Hitler” and feuding with well-known anti-Semite Nick Fuentes — Pipko bemoans a lack of education among young people in general, which contributes to his has led to emergence

West has been spotted hanging out with Fuentes (pictured right), a known anti-Semite and white supremacist, in recent months

West has been spotted hanging out with Fuentes (pictured right), a known anti-Semite and white supremacist, in recent months

The Lest We Forget Project has already produced tons of letters from the concentration camps. Pipko’s goal is to keep the domain and site running as long as the internet has.

She sees the project as a way for younger people who understand technology to work alongside their elders who have a better knowledge of the historical atrocity of the Holocaust.

While the project began as a way to celebrate her faith, she said one of the highlights of the project has been the response from people of all faiths.

“I would say in general it was actually the answer I got from non-Jews, there are a few letters and stuff, we want it to start slowly, there is a letter from Auschwitz from a prisoner who was number 46 , one of the first people in the camps. It was pretty terrifying to see.”

She called the overall reactions “really nice” and made them proud.

The Lest We Forget Project has already produced tons of letters from the concentration camps.  Pipko's goal is to keep the domain and site running as long as the internet has

The Lest We Forget Project has already produced tons of letters from the concentration camps. Pipko’s goal is to keep the domain and site running as long as the internet has

She sees the project as a way for younger people who understand technology to work alongside their elders who have a better knowledge of the historical atrocity of the Holocaust

She sees the project as a way for younger people who understand technology to work alongside their elders who have a better knowledge of the historical atrocity of the Holocaust

When asked what she would say or ask West if she would see him again, “I think I would ask him where he got his information from because the Holocaust is as well documented as possible.”

“I would probably ask him to take a moment and if nothing else to look at the images on my website and take a moment to see what is happening and he would very quickly see the power behind his comments recognize,” she added.

Ultimately, she hopes this will “inspire those in power” as global leaders, and particularly those running social media companies, “step up to the plate” where she’s seen “too many swastikas.”

Pipko pointed out that the project will be launched just 10 days before International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27th.

“It was chosen to encourage the world to come together, commemorate the loss of 6 million Jews and start a movement that will inspire more people around the world to fight to protect and share this story.”

Pipko is a model, author and activist who has posed for Maxim Magazine in the past

Pipko is a model, author and activist who has posed for Maxim Magazine in the past

She also previously revealed that she worked as an aide during President Trump's 2016 campaign

She also previously revealed that she worked as an aide during President Trump’s 2016 campaign

When asked what she would say or ask West if she would see him again,

When asked what she would say or ask West if she would see him again, “I think I would ask him where he got his information from because the Holocaust is as well documented as possible.”

They hope to receive letters, photos, documentation and testimonies for anyone to submit and “to inspire young people to take action and be proactive, lest the efforts of those who came before them be in vain”.

“I hope that through this project, those from younger generations will take it upon themselves to get involved, come together and ultimately lead the way in the fight to preserve this history.”