Susan Boyer and other friends of the Memorial Scrolls Trust were present in Pribram, Czech Republic, on 3rd June for the unveiling ceremony of a memorial stone for Shoah victims from Pribram. We just received a copy of the words spoken by the mayor of the town, Jindrich Vereka:
"Dear Rabbi Sidon [Chief Rabbi, Czech Republic], dear Mrs. [Susan] Fisher Boyer, dear Mrs. [Judy] Mannaberg Goldman, dear Mrs. [Beverly] Karp, dear  guests:
Let me welcome you, in this rare moment, on behalf of Pribram City Hall.
We have gathered here today to honour the memory of the Jews fallen and martyred during the Second World War. Unfortunately, we would be hardly able to find another nation which was throughout its long history persecuted as much as the Jewish one. Synonyms such as genocide, the Holocaust, the extermination, the Shoah, pogroms, and others accompany the nation for tens of centuries.
To say the truth, it is a miracle that despite all the centuries of persecution the Jewish nation survived. And in today's world, it represents not only moral but also economic power, which can't be missed. In addition it is necessary to mention the tiny percentage of Jewish people to the world population--only a quarter of one percent. This gives reason to admire even more the deep trace left by this pious and capable nation in the annals of mankind.
Today, at this place, we commemorate the tragic fate of the Jewish population during the Second World War, and not only of Jewish people from Pribram. It is very sad to say that once again it was just the Jewish nation that suffered the most. With great respect we remember, and we will always remember, the unimaginable number of 6 million lost human lives, which at that time meant more than two thirds of Europe's Jewish population.
I am really proud that just by virtue of my position as the Mayor of Pribram, I can take part in these memorial events and give a clear signal of not only my personal, but also the official, attitude to this delicate issue.
I sympathize with all killed, murdered and fallen members of the Jewish nation and express my respect to them. We are standing here today because nothing like this could even happen again.