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Horst Mahler: No. 1 German Political Prisoner Now ‘On the Run’

Hat tip to Nahida Izzat, who comments, “When thoughts are criminalised and when people are thrown in prison for their ideas, we know we live in the DARKEST ages of humanity.”

But maybe not all is dark. According to a report here, Mahler is now out of prison and “on the run.”

Horst Mahler’s checkered career has taken another sharp turn. The 81-year-old neo-Nazi and Holocaust-denier has declared that he is on the run from the judiciary and is now thought to have fled the country.

In a video released on YouTube (and since removed) by the far-right affiliated network “Nordland TV,” the lawyer said he would not be following an order to serve his latest prison sentence, and would instead “ask for asylum in a sovereign state that is ready to accept people.”

He called the charges against him “political persecution without legal basis,” and accused Munich’s state prosecutor Manfred Nötzel of attempting to murder him in prison. An associate of Mahler’s told public broadcaster ARD that he was no longer in the country.

8 thoughts on “Horst Mahler: No. 1 German Political Prisoner Now ‘On the Run’

    • Yeah, it’s beginning to look like any off-hand gesture will get you accused of “white supremacism” these days.

  1. “ask for asylum in a sovereign state that is ready to accept people.”

    Good luck with that. The only nations not under the Zionist boot heel of tyranny are Iran, Syria, N. Korea and maybe Somalia and possibly Indonesia.

    What a coincidence that these same nations have been attacked by the West. Or they’re in the cross-hairs of the Rothschild Armies. Like I said, just a coincidence.

    What’s that saying, “When thoughts are outlawed, only outlaws will have thoughts.”

    • I was kind of wondering that myself, Greg. What country is he going to apply for asylum in? The choices are pretty limited.

    • How about Iceland? They flipped the bankers the bird and didn’t pay the usurious “debt,” they nationalized their central bank and, as I recall, offered asylum to the great Bobby Fischer.

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