So David Irving’s Back in Town. Nazi “Historian” Totes His New Book Around Britain. Will There Be Any Takers?

Here at Liveraf we pride ourselves at being first in with the news. So every antenna in the group was twitching when we heard a rumour that a cross between an odious toad and the monster from the black lagoon had been seen stirring in the darkest drains of deepest London. We didn’t find the … Continue reading

Leave Holocaust in the past, BNP Griffin tells radio station run by JFS students

British National Party leader Nick Griffin gave an interview to a small digital radio station run by JFS students last weekend — and told the interviewer that the Holocaust “needs to be left in the past”. During the heated hour-long interview on Wizard Radio, which attracted 3,700 listeners, Mr Griffin said he supported Holocaust denier … Continue reading

Neo-Nazi former BNP members launch new far-right party

They hope the new British Democratic Party will kill off the BNP, while security for the launch meeting will be provided by EDL activists. Andrew Brons, a former Chair of the National Front and until recently one of the British National Party’s MEPs, will launch a new far-right party this weekend – one he and … Continue reading

David Irving: Profile

David Irving was once treated with great respect for his historical tomes on World War II and Nazi Germany. But since the 1980s, he has cultivated a reputation as the world’s most prominent Holocaust denier, a status he cemented by suing Penguin Books and American scholar Deborah Lipstadt for libel in 2000 after Lipstadt wrote … Continue reading

BNP leader Nick Griffin to speak at Phil debate on immigration

  The leader of the British National Party, Nick Griffin, has been invited to speak at Trinity College. The invitation was extended by college debating society, The Philosophical Society, to a debate entitled “This House Believes Immigration Has Gone Too Far” on October 20. The British National Party (BNP) is a far-right, nationalist political party … Continue reading