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"Mr Justice Gray panicked..."

Postby AngelofDeath » 1 decade 6 years ago (Sat Jul 12, 2003 8:51 am)

"Mr Justice Gray panicked, and refused to allow him to answer."


Can some person here expand on this? What is Irving talking about?

http://www.fpp.co.uk/History/antisemiti ... nJews.html

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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 6 years ago (Sat Jul 12, 2003 1:17 pm)

In an attempt to change the subject, Irving was branded an 'antisemite' (yawn) in Judge Gray's ruling. Ofcourse, during the trial that had not happened yet, it was obviously part of Judge Gray's master plan for dealing with Irving. Clearly Gray knew well in advance the eventual outcome, decision, and the basic text he would use in that decision.
By allowing the statements by other "well known statesmen" that were critical of Jews, Judge Gray would have shot his ultimate declaration against Irving in the foot. Assuming these "statesmen" included the likes of Churchill & Disraeli (who made very critical statements about Jews), well the problems are clear.

Let's remember, that as weak as Irving is on Revisionist research, he managed to interject a lot of damning text into the court transcripts. Transcripts which will be mined in the future and will certainly inspire interest in Revisionism. By labeling Irving an 'antisemite' (yawn again), Gray made an attempt to dissuade anyone from 'going there', as they say on the street.

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