This video is blocked by the “democratic” governments of more than 20 countries, including Poland, Israel, Italy, France, Switzerland, Austria and the Czech Republic.Their citizens cannot view these speeches. What do these governments fear about a video that exposes hate, and expands human inquiry and knowledge? At the Real History conference in Cincinnati, Ohio over Labor Day weekend 2001, Michael Hoffman gave a speech tracing the history of “Amalek” in recondite Judaic lore and indicting Prof. Lipstadt and her allies for invoking the Amalekite theology, which is the “missing link” in grasping incitement to violence against WWII revisionist historians like Irving. This video was banned by Google in 2006: Writing on January 27, 2006, three days after the video of our speech debuted on Google’s fledgling online video channel in the relatively early days of the Internet, Professor Lipstadt lost no time in attacking this writer in her blog, describing the film of my speech as a “revolting video attack” on her: “I was recently alerted to a video from David Irving’s Real History conference in which Michael Hoffman, someone well known to those who are aware of the cohort of racists, antisemites, and deniers, engages in a virulent attack on me.”
[Source: http://lipstadt.blogspot.com/2006/01/…] After Prof. Lipstadt’s denunciation — and two days after Mr. Irving was sentenced to prison in Austria for merely giving a revisionist lecture in that country — on Feb. 23, 2006, this video was banned by Google.