Caught in a lie before the movie even debuts
By Michael Hoffman
In a note that follows this column, Hadding Scott proves the point that the movie "Denial" has, in at least one showcased instance, deliberately lied about what exactly was the challenge David Irving issued to Deborah Lipstadt in front of her college class — a key scene dramatically depicted in the movie and the trailer for it.
Since the entire movie — with no doubt many more lies in it — has not yet been seen by revisionists, it does not bode well for the film that in a mere three minute excerpt, already one egregious lie has been discovered within it.
Why would Hollywood film-makers proceed to retail a Big Lie such as Mr. Scott documents? It is because they are quite confident that millions of people the world over will never encounter the facts that prove it is a lie.
Revisionists command an audience in the tens of thousands, not the millions. Millions of movie-goers will see the lie presented in a slick and devout film starring a popular and respected Academy Award winning actress who reverently portrays "Holocaust" High Priestess Deborah Lipstadt , along with a supporting cast of A-list British actors. They will most likely believe its storyline on that basis.
Barring a miracle, our guess is that at most, perhaps 90,000 or 100,000 people around the world will at some point in time learn the revisionist truth about this "Denial" film's egregious deceptions. Even if it were twice that number however, it will be dwarfed by the tens of millions who will view it in theatres and at some point in the future, on television, and who will accept it as Hollywood Holy Writ.
Tinsel town's cinematic tricksters cynically lie about David Irving with the many millions in their audience in mind. They dismiss the tens of thousands of people who might possibly learn of their fraud. They lie predicated on that cynical equation. It is in the nature of the followers of Zionism and Holocaustianity to lie.
By the way, the movie will premier in North America on 9-11 in Toronto, Canada. Beginning Sept. 30 it will be released in select US cities until Oct. 21, when it will debut in movie theaters nationwide. Publicity will build throughout September and October. What can truth-seekers do to counter the film? Your suggestions are solicited. Our hard copy Revisionist History newsletter no. 86 will be devoted to exposing Lipstadt and will be published in mid-September. We hope you will join in distributing the newsletter outside theatres where "Denial" is shown. Internet activism alone is not enough.
We are also preparing another offensive in this great battle. When publicity for the film is cresting, we will debut an embarrassing surprise for Lipstadt on YouTube, the online video medium. Perhaps it will go viral and exceed the 100,000 or 200,000 viewers mark and begin to compete with the movie itself for the attention of millions. YouTube has that potential. We can turn the tables!
Meanwhile, complacency is being sown by the couch potatoes and do-nothings in our ranks who are declaring, “There's no such thing as bad publicity," and that David Irving will benefit from the “Denial” film. The Zionists however, have hazarded tens of millions of dollars on the opposite proposition, and they are not fools.
Moreover, if there is no such thing as bad publicity, why did Irving sue Lipstadt for libel in the first place? Answer: she publicized false claims about him that virtually destroyed his ability to sell his books to major publishing houses.
We should not permit the complacency of the Internet indolent, whose chief form of "activism" is to stare into a computer screen, to dull our awareness that there is much work to be done in countering and exposing “Denial.” It indeed represents an opportunity, but one that we must energetically and intelligently exploit. We pray that you will join us in this effort.
”DENIAL" MOVIE CAUGHT IN A LIE
By Hadding Scott
There is a crucial misrepresentation in the movie "Denial" about David Irving contra Deborah Lipstadt, where Irving is represented as saying: “... I’ve got a thousand dollars to give anyone who can show me a document that proves the Holocaust.”
In fact, David Irving never offered $1000 for any document that could “prove the Holocaust.”
In Atlanta on 11 November 1994, Deborah Lipstadt gave a presentation wherein, in addition to making derogatory statements about Mr. Irving without realizing that he was present, she claimed that she knew of “a blueprint of a gas chamber complete with the openings through which the S.S. tipped the pellets of cyanide.”
Mr. Irving stood up and issued to Professor Lipstadt the following challenge: “I have here a thousand dollars for you if you can produce to this audience, now or at any time in the future, this document about which you have just lied to them.”
By his own account, then, David Irving dared Deborah Lipstadt not to prove the "Holocaust," but only to show a particular document of which she had claimed knowledge -- which he knew she had misrepresented.
Irving on this occasion was relying on the work of Professor Robert Faurisson, who eighteen years earlier had acquired copies of the blueprints of what are supposed to be gas-chambers at Auschwitz, noting that they were in fact blueprints for mortuaries.
It is, thus, quite clear that David Irving has been misquoted in that trailer's excerpt from the movie, in a way that facilitates calling him a "Denier." It is contradicted by Irving’s own contemporary record, and, furthermore, it is simply not the kind of statement that David Irving has been known to make.