Category Archives: Holocaust Denial

Richard Williamson

Germany is considering issuing an arrest warrant for Bishop Richard Williamson over his controversial claim that no Jews died in the gas chambers during the Second World War.

The 69-year-old British-born bishop made the comments during an interview with Swedish television last year at a seminary for the ultra-orthodox Society of Saint Pius X in the Bavarian village of Zaitzkoven, near Munich.

Under German law denial of the Holocaust is illegal and an investigation was launched by prosecutors after the interview was broadcast last month.

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David Duke

Dr. David Duke arrested when he was about to give a speeech at the Charles University, Czech Republic;

As everyone in the Czech Republic is now aware, I was ultimately prevented from giving this lecture. Perhaps even more important to the rights of the Czech people, the faculty and students were denied their right to hear it. Here is the actual text of my scheduled lecture. You may be the judge of whether I should have had the legal right to deliver it and whether the university students and faculty should have had the right to hear it. As I explain in the lecture, when you suppress the human rights of freedom of speech and conscience, you cannot even personally know for sure what the person is actually advocating. In the old communist-occupied Eastern and Central Europe, the establishment either jailed the dissident or simply told the people what the dissident supposedly believed. The idea was to not let him speak for himself. It is sad to see the Czech Republic slipping back to the lack of freedom of speech that the Czech people suffered under communist occupation and repression. It is not worthy of a free people. Certainly not worthy of the Czech people.

Dr. David Duke has been arrested and detained by the Czech Republic police and is falsely accused of the crime of Holocaust denial. Jan Mikulovsky, spokesman for the police states this carries up to a three year sentence. He is falsely accused of promoting ‘movements seeking suppression of human rights’. David Duke does not suppress human rights, he fights for them. We the people of the world must join together to demand an end to the spread of draconian Orwellian thoughtcrime laws throughout Western nations. We must demand this man’s freedom.

David Duke is a prisoner of conscience. This term, coined by Amnesty International, indicates someone who is ‘imprisoned because of their race, religion, color, language, sexual orientation, belief, or lifestyle so long as they have not used or advocated violence. It also refers to those who have been imprisoned and/or persecuted for the non-violent expression of their conscientiously-held beliefs.’

Once again someone has been accused of ‘thought crimes’ for telling the truth about certain historical events. A free society would let citizens decide what is the truth. Instead, the most dishonest group of people on earth -politicians- have ordained themselves the final arbiters of truth, and anyone who questions the Holocaust story about six million Jews allegedly being killed in World War Two is committing a ‘crime’ simply by investigating history with an open mind.

Horst Mahler

Horst Mahler is currently serving a 12-years sentence for ‘Volksverhetzung’ (‘inciting popular hatred’) and Holocaust denial.

On February 21, 2009, Mahler was sentenced by a Munich court to six years’ imprisonment without possibility of reduction or bail. During the reading of the verdict, the judge said that Mahler had proven “not able to be re-educated” and declared that the “nationalist rattle” of and “nonsense spread” by Horst Mahler should stop.[21] On March 11, a Potsdam court then sentenced the 73 year-old Mahler to an additional five years’ imprisonment for Holocaust denial and banalization of Nazi war crimes. Mahler was adjudged an escape risk, so the sentence was carried out immediately.[22]

Manfred Roeder

An outspoken German Nationalist was sentenced Thursday to two years in prison without parole for “denying” the Holocaust. Manfred Roeder, 70, was sentenced for having refered to the Holocaust as
“humbug” during an August 1998 election rally in the eastern German city of Stralsund.

With no First Amendment to protect them, Germans face legal action for questioning the orthodox Holocaust story. The rally at which Roeder spoke part of his parliamentary campaign as a candidate for the National Party of Germany.

His imprisonment clearly makes him a “political prisoner” in Germany.

During his trial, Roeder said a tape of his speech had been “manipulated and falsified.” Roeder asserted
that statements that would have cleared him were edited out. The judge, however, agreed with three witnesses who said the tape was genuine. The Roeder case exemplifies the lack of freedom in today’s Germany.

Adapted from: The Associated Press
Thursday, Dec. 2, 1999; 12:52 p.m. EST