Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Horst Mahler in German prison for having an opinion not approved by the German State

Jailing the Lawyers

On February 21, 2009 Mahler was sentenced to six years imprisonment without possibility of reduction or bail, by a Munich court of justice; during the verdict the judge said that Mahler had proven "not able to be re-educated" and declared that he as a judge should stop the "nationalist rattle" and "nonsense spread" by Horst Mahler.[19] On March 11 a Potsdam Court sentenced 73 year old Horst Mahler to additional five years imprisonment for Holocaust denial and banalization of Nazi war crimes, due to the perceived danger of an escape attempt, the sentence was to be immediately carried out.[20] It is expected that Mahler will appeal the verdicts.
On March 19, 2009 Mahler's good friend, the former university teacher and lawyer Sylvia Stolz, was also convicted and imprisoned for Holocaust denial, and for her claims that a "Jewish foreign power" ruled the German federal authorities and the Western world, and for claiming that the federal German courts practised "Allied victors' justice" by limiting free speech.[21] [Wikipedia]

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I like to watch Glenn Beck because he is good on most things but totally unaware on these things which are one level more important than on these on which he can speak without censorship on US TV. Beck is of German decent, I am Scottish. One day the World will know, but before that I will resist both Zionism and Islamofascism.

Lex

Anonymous said...

Hello Brad - I left a longish comment under anon (but putting my name after it) and it didn't appear....


Lex

j said...

Typical! If you can't beat them, JAIL them.

Anonymous said...

It is really surprising, that the "western world"is calling itself democratic.
There seems to be more freedom of speech in China than in Germany, Austria and France.

Anonymous said...

My sincere thanks to you, dear Bradley, that you have not forgotten Horst Mahler, a man who, like Ernst Zündel, has the courage to stand up against the SYSTEM of lies. As Guenter Deckert informed me, Sylvia Stolz will be released from prison next week on 13 th April...after 3 years in prison because she has defended Ernst Zundel.
-Michael H.

Bradley R. Smith said...

Les: send it again if you will.