I'm sorry but was there any specific reason for posting the links to those two David Duke interviews? Since this thread was started to discuss free speech and I've already mentioned that I consider the imprisonments of Monika Schaefer and Ursula Haverbeck to be my own personal litmus test as a way of screening out people with whom I'd feel it a waste of time to argue with, I posted those two videos because it's very plain to me that they are both sincere and moral people whose imprisonment was a travesty.
David Duke has lots of opinions on a great many issues. What's the reason for focusing on those two? I've read his book Jewish Supremacism and found it a bit boring and but then I realized it was mostly extracted from his 1998 My Awakening, which I purchased and have begun reading it to find that it's a very smooth and easy read.
I listen to David Duke almost every day and I've been a caller to the Stormfront Radio show which precedes it. See https://davidduke.com
for links to listen live and all their archives.
For David Duke's views on the so-called holocaust, he's not proud of it and maybe a little bit ashamed, but he needs to be very careful in what he says about whether it's true or false because he travels to Ukraine and Russia and he does not want to be risking arrest for "inciting hatred" or denying official stories if his plane happened to touch down in Austria or Germany where there is no freedom of expression when it comes to certain aspects of WW II history.
The performance art I do in my front yard with hand-painted signs is absolutely protected speech here in the US and since I have no reason to ever want to visit France, Austria, or Germany, or Israel for that matter, I can make statements that David Duke dare not make explicit. I have a raw screen capture of the 3-minute TV news story about my front yard art where I give a voice interview and they used photos I gave them taken over the previous years. I hope to clean it up a bit and then post it at archive.org in conjunction with four years of photos taken of the ongoing public performance art.