Irving to Speak Monday in Irish Republic:
Traditional Enemy threatens
Irish leftwing and
violent organisations are threatening
trouble when David Irving arrives
at The University of Cork on Monday to
address students on the myths of World War
When he was invited to debate at
Trinity College Dublin in the 1980s,
Jewish organisations and hired thugs
staged a violent rally which wrecked the
front of the building and trapped the
student audience inside until midnight;
since then, university authorities around
the United Kingdom and Ireland have banned
their societies from inviting the writer
to participate in debates.
Three invitations to address the Oxford
Union had to be cancelled at the last
moment for this reason.
College, Cork is to be congratulated,"
says Mr. Irving. "It is standing up to
these bigots." A fine new trend is
setting in, he says, in which Real
History is getting the upper
Terrified of the tread of Real History,
these opponents of the truth have
statements over the last few days
attacking the university authorities and
talking of "weapons in hand".
The last time that Mr. Irving was
invited to speak at Cork, his daughter,
then a student at the university, found
the whole city plastered with posters
defaming her father. "Who pays for this
kind of thing?" he asked at that time.
Nobody seems to know, and the national
newspapers are too timid to inquire.
"The traditional enemies of the truth
have never been short of money when it
comes to bolstering up their threadbare
myths and lies," says the writer. "Nor are
they not frightened to talk of violence
and killing when they feel they can
outnumber their opponents -- provided the
odds are about one hundred to one in their
favour." Any weaker than that, and they
feel intimidated and talk about