David Icke Banned From Australia for Questioning the Holocaust 24 Years Ago


Just to be clear, I am not promoting David Icke, as he has said a number of things that have raised red flags for me. However, this move by the Australian government sets a very dangerous precedent, where people can be denied entry to a country simply because they have said things that goes against orthodox history.
Icke was set to speak across major Australian cities next month, where people were willing to pay money to hear the information he presents. Opposition Labor MP Tim Watts started kvetching that Icke “could be spouting his vitriol” in Melbourne, where Australia’s largest Jewish community is located. He told parliament:
David Icke, a well-known British Holocaust denier, should not be allowed entry into Australia to preach his toxic message.”
While Icke did promote Hellstorm on his front page after the film was released, I have never really heard him “deny” the Holocaust in any of his presentations. It turns out that the evidence given to label Icke a “Holocaust denier” was that he had a chapter in And the Truth Shall Set You Free (1995) that had a chapter that questioned elements of the Holocaust story and said that there is a campaign of suppression against “alternative information to the official line of the Second World War.”
Oh yeah, Icke also dared to say that “Rothschilds and Rockefellers” are engaged in a conspiracy to rule the world, and since the Rothschilds are jewish, he must never be allowed to speak about it, even though Icke makes the ridiculous claim that Hitler was bankrolled by these same forces.
Tim Watts’ campaign was successful and Icke’s visa has been revoked. Watts took to Faceberg to celebrate this “important blow against rising anti-Semitism in Australia.”
The chairman of the Anti-Defamation Commission Dvir Abramovich made a statement regarding the parliament’s decision:
This was a defining moment for who we are as a nation, and we salute the government for taking a clear-eyed and moral stance in rejecting hate and incitement… Allowing Icke into our country would have crossed red lines and would have sent the message that it is open season on the Jewish community and that vilifying and maligning Australian Jews is ok and normal…”
If jews do not like what you are saying, especially if you have an audience willing to listen, then jews can use their incredible power within the governments of the world to deny you the right to travel, even if you have not brokenlaws within your own country or the destination country.
Meanwhile jews who incite anti-White hatred are free to travel around the world and are given hefty fees for spewing their insane, genocidal garbage.

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