British writer and convicted Holocaust denier David Irving held a secret event at a Hilton hotel in Glasgow on Friday, according to the Sunday Herald, where he expounded in length on his anti-Semitic views and conspiracy theories.
Irving, 78, is the author of several books which defend Adolf Hitler and deny that the Nazis murdered six million Jews during World War II. Irving, who spent more than a year in an Austrian jail in 2005-06 for denying the Holocaust.
At the event at the Doubletree by Hilton hotel in Glasgow, Irving accused the Jews of taking over Britain after 1938, and offered a defense of his anti-Semitic attacks.
“When you look at the way these people for the last 50 years have spent 50 years trying to destroy me and my family, as Jews, they have done this as Jews, I criticize them and they accuse me of anti-Semitism,” Irving continued.
Irving offered a defense of Hitler, saying that he was “uninterested in the Jews and was constantly applying the brakes on all these anti-Jewish operations.”
He also mused on his love for Scotland: “When I was born England was white, like Inverness. That’s why I like living [there].”