Nazi invasion of London EXPOSED: World’s top Holocaust deniers… filmed at secret race hate rally where Jews are referred to as the ‘enemy’

Nazi sympathisers, Holocaust deniers and their supporters from across the world have held a sickening secret rally in Britain at which speakers unleashed anti-Semitic rants, referring to Jews as ‘the enemy’ and ‘children of darkness’.

The meeting of the shadowy organisation will fuel fears of a growing resurgence in hatred towards Jews across Europe. The vile event was observed by a Mail on Sunday undercover team.

Held in London’s Victoria, the meeting was, said experts, the most significant gathering of Holocaust deniers Britain has ever seen, with speakers invited from Spain, Canada and the United States…

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    I don’t know.
    They make the same accusations against the AmRen & CCC annual conferences, and the SPLC is calling everyone a racist.

    I always thought that Irving was a goof, but the rest of those people I have never heard of before.
    If that’s the Nazi’s A-team, then I think world Jewry is safe.
    I don’t follow this stuff as much as I do the jihadis, so if I’m missing something huge…

    • We ain’t missing much at all, this is the usual collection of misfit idiots.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Obviously the Daily Mail was tipped off of the meeting, but I also see in the comments section that their crazier readers are picking up the baton and running with the UKIP conspiracy theories and jokes.
        Where is the DM on the grand spectrum of UK political thought?
        I assumed that they were center left, but one of the few remaining papers that still owed their main allegiance to selling newspapers.

        I wonder if we are going to see Nazi stories from them everyday until their election happens?
        In any event, “down with Hitler”.

        • The Daily Mail has a very checkered past. They are considered right wing or at least right of centre however they seem deathly afraid of letting their past catch up with them.

          Back in the day They supported Hitler & Mussolini, hence their often contradictory stance on groups such as the EDL and the UAF.

          “Lord Rothermere was a friend of Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler, and directed the Mail’s editorial stance towards them in the early 1930s.[32][33] Rothermere’s 1933 leader “Youth Triumphant” praised the new Nazi regime’s accomplishments, and was subsequently used as propaganda by them.[34] In it, Rothermere predicted that “The minor misdeeds of individual Nazis would be submerged by the immense benefits the new regime is already bestowing upon Germany”. Journalist John Simpson, in a book on journalism, suggested that Rothermere was referring to the violence against Jews and Communists rather than the detention of political prisoners.[35]

          Rothermere and the Mail were also editorially sympathetic to Oswald Mosley and the British Union of Fascists.[36] Rothermere wrote an article entitled “Hurrah for the Blackshirts” in January 1934, praising Mosley for his “sound, commonsense, Conservative doctrine”,[37] and pointing out that: “Young men may join the British Union of Fascists by writing to the Headquarters, King’s Road, Chelsea, London, S.W.”

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Oh my!
            That doesn’t look good at all.
            “Hurrah for the Blackshirts” is hard to sugarcoat.

            How effed-up was The UK back in the 1930’s where this stuff would ever gain any traction?
            Must have been worse than I thought.
            Thanks for the history lesson!

          • Kit Ingoldby

            That ‘stuff’ never did gain any traction in the UK. The Blackshirts never came close to getting a single person elected to anything whatsoever, they never had any relevance at all.

          • True they were never “popular” but they did have their fans.

          • Kit Ingoldby

            No need for the inverted commas. They were never popular, they were never influential, they were never near any kind of acceptance. They were always a tiny, derided fringe.

          • Look up the Mitford sisters for some insight into Britain’s ruling class in the 30’s. There was good reason to ship Ex King Edward offshore and out of the way when war came.

    • Frau Katze

      It’s not safe from Islam. I have no idea how many native Europeans believe this stuff.

  • David Murrell

    Not really much here — nearly all attendees are old or very old. Admittedly some host anti-Semitic web pages, but it’s fairly dotty, cranked-up stuff. These guys, Jew-haters as they are, do not go out and murder people.

    • You could find far more to be concerned about in Tower Hamlets or Luton on a slow Saturday afternoon than that group of misfits could ever hope to conjure.

      • Frau Katze

        You think it is dying out in native European youth? I keep seeing stories about it. Places like The Local push it constantly. By the volume of stories you’d think it was a huge problem.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      If this was held in secret, it means that they have something to hide. Not a good sign for them.

  • Exile1981

    So did the Canadian NDP party send 1 or 2 representatives to this thing?

    • k1962

      Yeah, I’d like to know who the Canadian representatives are.

      • No one has published an attendee list. Wish they had.

  • k1962

    At leas they all seem old and will hopefully be dead soon.

  • Tom Forsythe

    Where are Prince Philip and George Galway?

  • Jay Currie

    Well this explains the empty pews in the more progressive United Churches this weekend.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Vanessa Redgrave’s SWP in attendance?