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Malcolm Bush reports on more British attempts to censor this website October 16, 2002
I HAVE to report that your website is totally blocked on the Kent County Council's computers for public use in all libraries in Kent [southern England]. Reason given on screen: "Blocked under Racism/Hate"
However, searching on your name brought up the [Jewish- and ADL-financed] Nikzor site, and a brief look at some of their links found some really offensive material. I wonder why these are not blocked for reasons of "hate"? These computers are paid for by ratepayers in Kent of course. The enemy has been at work!
You have an excellent site, please keep up the good work
- Boycott News: Waterstone's starts censoring history?
- Board of Deputies of British Jews resumes its Nazi-style tactics to "persuade" British libraries not to stock Irving books
- Sudden victory in Westminster: "We've had time to consider the issue and will be returning David Irving's books to the shelves." -- Westminster libraries chief
- Niall McNamara writes from Dublin, Ireland, about American Libraries Association policies
- Dan MacGuire writes from Toronto: the Traditional Enemy has struck at local Libraries
- Sordid conspiracy by traditional enemies in Sweden gets David Irving's banished from all libraries and computers, and publisher ruined | French attempts to choke off access to all his books
- Asian librarian Lakshmi Banner of Bradford, England, tells Focal Point Publications not to mail out fliers on David Irving books
- Reform Club, which banned Irving, puts his book in Library
- The New Statesman refuses to carry advert
- Outrage in "Publisher's Weekly" at BookExpo Stand (and anger at the advertisement)
DAVID IRVING writes:
THIS kind of thing does not disturb me, as the bigots never win in the long run. The average student, finding he is bared by Authority from reading something, will go home and findsome other way to access the forbidden fruit. I just hope he does not find it too jejeune when he does eventually get there.
The last time I idly tested it, this site could still be accessed by readers in other libraries like the Public Record Office and Westminster City.