B’nai Brith libelously calls me “holocaust denier,” wants me banned from Canada

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By Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor

I just got word that the B’nai Brith is spreading hateful incitement against me. They are calling for me to be banned from entering Canada this weekend, where I am planning to speak at the Quds Day rally in Toronto.

An expert on the subject, a Christian who has worked with intelligence agencies, just emailed me:

Kevin, you have finally been totally validated as a scholar and academic. Bnai Brith is a secret Masonic organization that is pure Zionist. It is also run by Luciferians and dedicated to the destruction of Christian and Islamic societies and faiths. These are the folks behind 90% of pornography according to some journalists and are basically anti-Christian and anti-society, dedicated to the destruction of everything. Their leaders’ motto is order ab chaos.”

If that’s the case, I guess it’s an honor to be so hated. Here is their screed:

 

U.S. Holocaust Denier to Speak at Toronto al-Quds Day Rally

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June 20, 2017

Kevin Barrett, a notorious Holocaust denier from the United States, has accepted an invitation to address the Toronto al-Quds Day rally on June 24 at Queen’s Park, B’nai Brith Canada has learned.

In a bid to protect Canada from foreign hate mongers, B’nai Brith is now calling on you to sign our petition to the Canada Border Services Agency demanding that Barrett be barred from entering this country.

Barrett confirmed his plan to speak at Queen’s Park on June 24 during his weekly conspiracy-theory radio show False Flag Weekly News, which he co-hosts with suspended University of Lethbridge professor and fellow Holocaust denier Anthony Hall.

Barrett left his teaching position at the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 2006 following revelations that he supported the false notion that the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks were an “inside job” coordinated by the U.S. Government and the State of Israel.

Since then, Barrett has repeatedly questioned the murder of six-million Jews by Nazi Germany and its allies during the Holocaust, denouncing what he calls “Holocaust Religion.” Barrett has also argued that widespread Holocaust denial in Muslim countries such as Morocco somehow confirms that the Holocaust was fabricated to promote “self-serving Zionist assertions.”

The al-Quds Day rally, originated by Ayatollah Khomeini, calls for the destruction of the Jewish State of Israel and in Toronto has featured incendiary speakers in the past. In 2013 and 2016, speakers Elias Hazineh and Ali Mallah called for Israelis to be shot, which lead to police investigations.

Also in 2016, Mississauga Catholic school teacher Nadia Shoufani was suspended after she used her al-Quds Day speech to laud a former leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a listed terrorist entity in Canada. In 2014, the PFLP claimed responsibility for the Har Nof, Jerusalem massacre that left six Jewish worshippers (including one Canadian) dead.

“This is both outrageous and unacceptable,” said Michael Mostyn, Chief Executive Officer of B’nai Brith Canada. “Inviting a notorious Holocaust denier to this event demonstrates once and for all that al-Quds Day is not a mere ‘anti-Israel’ event, but rather a hate rally designed to demonize and denigrate Canada’s Jewish population.

“Toronto Police must not allow Queen’s Park, our provincial legislature, to become a platform for Holocaust denial and antisemitism, and the CBSA must not allow Kevin Barrett into our country. Enough is enough.”

In past years, Toronto’s al-Quds Day rally has been led by Zafar Bangash, the controversial imam of the Islamic Society of York Region. Bangash is a staunch supporter of the Islamic regime in Iran, having denounced pro-democracy protesters there in 2009.

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Here is the key, libelous paragraph:

Since then, Barrett has repeatedly questioned the murder of six-million Jews by Nazi Germany and its allies during the Holocaust, denouncing what he calls “Holocaust Religion.” Barrett has also argued that widespread Holocaust denial in Muslim countries such as Morocco somehow confirms that the Holocaust was fabricated to promote “self-serving Zionist assertions.”

The whole paragraph is a web of lies. To begin with, I have never “questioned the murder of six-million Jews by Nazi Germany and its allies during the Holocaust.” Though I have pointed out that many scholars, including the father of Jewish Holocaust Studies, Raul Hilberg, argue that fewer than six million Jews died (Hilberg says it was five million) I have never voiced an opinion about the correct number, because I simply do not know.

My denunciation of the Holocaust Religion has nothing to do with how many Jews died during World War II. Even if I learn that seven million died, I will continue to denounce this idolatrous cult that serves to excuse the Allied war crimes during and after World War II (which killed far more than six million innocents) and legitimizes the slaughter of 55 million innocents by US CIA and military interventions since World War II, by brainwashing Americans and Westerners to see themselves as “the good guys” and World War II as “the good war.” The Holocaust Religion also serves to legitimize the ongoing Zionist genocide of Palestine, paid for by swindled US tax dollars. The evil Holocaust cult, endlessly promoted by Hollywood and the rest of the media, needs to be put to bed. It has killed more than six million by orders of magnitude, and threatens billions of lives and the future of civilization.

Additionally, I never argued that anyone’s personal views about the Holocaust, in Morocco or anywhere else, have anything to do with the truth of the matter. I have merely argued against imprisoning people (or destroying their reputations and careers) if they find the revisionist scholarship more convincing than the orthodox scholarship. And I have noted that almost all Muslim intellectuals in Muslim countries tend to find the revisionist arguments of people like Robert Faurisson more convincing than the stuff peddled in Jewish Studies and Holocaust Studies departments of Western universities. Obviously we need to have a fair-minded conversation with these Muslim intellectuals, rather than attempting to silence them.

I have never argued that “the Holocaust was fabricated to promote ‘self-serving Zionist assertions.’” I have no doubt that a great many Jews suffered enormously under the vile racism of the Nazi regime, and that a large number of Jews perished in the concentration camps. At the same time, it is not clear to me why anyone would find the two leading anti-revisionist books – Shermer and Grobman’s Denying History and Lipstadt’s Denying the Holocaust – more convincing than Thomas Dalton’s Debating the Holocaust: A New Look at Both Sides. If anyone who has read these three books thinks the first two are more convincing than the third, please contact me and I will bring you on my radio show and let you explain why.

So…can anyone recommend a good pro-bono Canadian libel lawyer? (My American lawyer will be sending a “cease and desist” letter to Bnai Brith tomorrow.)

And please tell the B’nai Brith (contact info above) to stop spreading libelous lies.

Biography
Dr. Kevin Barrett, a Ph.D. Arabist-Islamologist, is one of America’s best-known critics of the War on Terror.

He is host of TRUTH JIHAD RADIO; a hard driving weekly radio show funded by listener donations at Patreon.com and FALSE FLAG WEEKLY NEWS (FFWN); a audio-video show produced by Tony Hall, Allan Reese, and Kevin himself. FFWN is funded through FundRazr.

He also has appeared many times on Fox, CNN, PBS and other broadcast outlets, and has inspired feature stories and op-eds in the New York Times, the Christian Science Monitor, the Chicago Tribune, and other leading publications.

Dr. Barrett has taught at colleges and universities in San Francisco, Paris, and Wisconsin; where he ran for Congress in 2008. He currently works as a nonprofit organizer, author, and talk radio host.
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