The conservative Swedish magazine SALT (http://www.samtidsmagasinet-salt.nu) publishes in its latest issue an interview with David Irving. The interview itself is not online, but see their website at http://www.samtidsmagasinet-salt.nu/irving.htm.
AT THE beginning of this year there was a trial in London, which attracted global attention -- even in Sweden. The controversial historian and author David Irving had sued the American Jewish Professor Deborah Lipstadt and her publisher Penguin for libel. Irving, whose books about Nazi-Germany and the Second World War have been translated into many languages and reached a wide circle of readers all over the world, has during recent years attracted most attention because of his critique of the official version of the Holocaust.
The editorial staff of SALT has not the historical competence to decide whether Irving is right or not. But how many actually do have such a competence?
Something is wrong in any case when someone is judged as a falsifier of history by journalists, who themselves hardly know when the Second World War began or ended.
It is particularly sickening that certain circles: etc. are continually attacked and insulted as "racists" and "deniers" by the establishment press, while at the same time they are forbidden to speak out and defend themselves.
This is the reason why we visited David Irving in London, in order to get his version of the trial and what lead to it.