Saturday, July 11, 2009

David Irving's. . . U.S.A. Tour, 2009 Phoenix, AZ








David Irving came to Phoenix on Friday, July 10, 2009. I attended his speaking engagement. Prior to the lecture, we sat down and enjoyed a casual dinner. Contrary to the biased article below, the show did go on. This type of event is only possible in a country where unrestricted free speech exists. Imagine not having that basic right we all take for granted.
 
There are those who oppose freedom, and they showed their ugly faces, as I expected. A group of what we call “anti-racists” protested outside the venue. I’m sure the people in the health care facility next door and the families trying to have a peaceful dinner didn’t like the hostile environment these individuals created. They created a hate-filled atmosphere for all to see. At this point, those hateful “Neo-Nazis” listening to the lecture inside are looking more and more like model citizens.

None of us used foul language in front of other people’s kids. I heard plenty of obscenities being hurled across the parking lot.

For those on the outside looking in, this was not a secret meeting of a secret society bent on "World domination" or "genocide". This was merely a lecture. A lecture no different than any one of us might have attended during our school days. Instead of going out and partying on Friday night, we decided to continue and broaden our education. This gathering had absolutely nothing to do with racism or hate.
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If it had been my lecture, I would have even permitted Mr. Lemons of the Phoenix New Times to stay and listen in. Perhaps if some of those people out in the parking lot had combed their hair, tucked in their shirts and bought a ticket, they might have learned something too. Instead, they opted to be disruptive and show all of us how closed minded they are.
 
The real hate mongers, a.k.a. “free speech deniers”:


David Irving’s Holocaust-Denial Speaking Tour: The Show That Must Not Go On

Thursday, July 02 2009 @ 10:36 AM CDT
Contributed by: Rose City Antifa (ARA Anti-Racist Action)

This July, David Irving, a British neo-fascist and fraudulent historian, goes on the road in the United States, planning to hold approximately one and a half dozen speaking engagements over the course of a month. As militant anti-racists and anti-fascists, we are making a public call for resistance at each stop along the way of this tour.

In the British libel case Irving v. Penguin Books and Lipstadt, the final ruling in favor of the defendants confirmed that Irving “is an active Holocaust denier” and that “he is anti-Semitic and racist and that he associates with right-wing extremists who promote neo-Nazism.” In 2006, Irving was jailed in Austria after pleading guilty to a charge of “trivializing the Holocaust”, which is a crime in that county. Since his release, Irving has been marketing himself as a former “political prisoner”.

"Anti-racist" is a code word for "anti-white"

When and Where?
At present, the dates for Irving’s speaking tour are as follows: http://news.infoshop.org/article.php?story=20090702103201180
 
  
Focal Point Publications official website

http://www.fpp.co.uk/index.html
   
 
Thursday, July 2, 2009

David Irving speaking tour

Thank you for your response. Nice to hear from you. Times have been very tough since my imprisonment by Austria. I will of course email the precise time and place to you a day or two before the event. My theme will be recent and modern history: including Hitler, his SS chief Himmler, etc., and codebreaking. Your name is now on my contacting list.I will have a load of books, videos and the latest DVD's with me. We now have the DVD documentary of my book Hitler's War, and my latest short book, on my arrest at gunpoint in Austria (for a lecture I had delivered to university students 20 years ago) and lengthy imprisonment. And copies of a few previously unobtainable books by me which we have now reprinted.

David Irving
 
 
I enjoyed the lecture and left with a little more respect for people that speak out, knowing that their words have caused them to be deported and imprisoned.

The only thing that marred this event was hateful actions by the hate-filled haters that flattened one of my tires out in the parking lot. I did absolutely nothing to this criminal. This act of criminal damage was motivated by the fact that he did not agree with my political beliefs. If this were flipped and the victim was a non-white and the aggressor one of those raving lunatic skinheads that are alleged to cause so much trouble, this would have been called a "hate crime".
Of course, we all know, only white people commit hate crimes in the eyes of the justice system.

After giving it some thought, a flat tire seems nothing compared to the price David Irving paid for standing up for the free speech rights we all enjoy. That also included the rights of those disruptive hate-filled anti-racists that went out of their way to poop in everybody‘s punch bowl.
 
 
My police report: Phoenix Police Department Criminal Damage
Friday, July 10, 2009, Officer Hughes #7441 DR# 2009-91103960
 
In the 1930's Louisiana Governor Huey Long was asked if fascism could ever come to America. His response was, "Sure, only here they'll call it anti-fascism." Fascism is here in America and it is under the banner of anti-fascism.

I believe the above statement actually played itself out in the parking lot last night. The so-called "anti-fascists" were the ones that looked and acted like fascists. Given the opportunity, they would have been the ones out there burning books.



3 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting this and standing up for what you believe in which is more courageous, and necessary, than many others.

    Comradely,
    Andrew Yeoman

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  2. The spelling is fascist not facist. Huey Long was a great guy killed by a member of the long-nosed curly haired brigade.
    Makes one think eh?

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  3. Yesterday I attended the L.A. speaking engagement of David Irving. The event was held at a hotel in Sherman Oaks (a district of Los Angeles). No protesters showed up.
    About 40 people attended the talk, included several children who came with their parents. Overall it was a great talk by Mr. Irving.

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