David Irving 1987 on Churchill ( 1:40:42 HRs)

Published: 2021-06-10

David Irving 1987 on Churchill.

In this video (one hour and forty minutes), David Irving, the brilliant author and researcher exposes the secret life of Winston Spencer-Churchill. David starts by saying that the Churchill Archive grants access to an official biographer only. This biographer is Martin Gilbert, an Zionist who is very unlikely to say anything remotely critical of the Zionist supporter and benefactor, Winston Churchill. David who is a very good speaker , tells how Churchill made his money in the period before the Second World War. David tells of a lady who worked with Churchill at this time, and is eventually prodded by him to reveal that Churchill had 30 people on his staff, many ghost writers amongst them, and a large house which he apparently supported on a salary of a member of Parliament. To make his money, Churchill wrote abridged versions of novels, and faked paintings by a French impressionist painter, Charles Maurin. David tells how Roosevelt go to learn of the forging. David reveals that Churchill was backed by the "Focus" a shadowly semi-secret Jewish group of bankers, businessmen and tycoons, that wanted war with Germany. Martin Gilbert somehow didn't use any letters which spoke of the Focus, comments David. The attack on the French fleet ordered by Churchill, which killed over a thousand French sailors, was partly due to Churchill's poor understanding of French, which David explains. Churchill pretended to be heroically standing up to the Luftwaffe, by falsely telling his staff that London was about to be attacked, knowing full well, from decoded messages that Coventry was the target.These topics and much more in this brilliant, witty and revealing speech. At the end, David answers questions about Roosevelt, Rudolf Hess, the Lusitania, nerve gases, and theTyler Kent affair.


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Published: 2021-06-10
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