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.”
One wonders if the German people will ever tire of paying “reparations” to Israel. They have been doing so for the past 65 years–ever since the signing of the Luxembourg Agreement in 1952–and at the rate things are going, it looks like they will go on making absolution for eternity, long after the last “holocaust survivor” has kicked the bucket.
By Wayne Madsen
German chancellor Angela Merkel, Cologne mayor Henriette Reker, and other Christian Democrats, Social Democrats, Free Democrats, Greens, and Left Party members in Germany find themselves about ready to be lynched by a majority of the German people.
German political leaders threw open the borders of Germany to swarms of mostly Muslim migrants from the Middle East and North Africa. Over a million migrants, some possessing unauthorized Syrian passports stolen from Syrian government offices and Turkish work permits issued by the Islamist government of jihadist-enabler Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, entered Germany in the last year.
The German police couldn’t muster the will necessary to protect German women from a mob of unruly immigrants on New Years Eve, but they seem to have no problem with turning water cannons on their own people:
Hamburg District Court, Nov. 11, 2015 — 87-year-old Ursula Haverbeck has been sentenced to imprisonment in Germany for doubting that people were “exterminated” by “gassing” in the Nazi concentration camp in Auschwitz.
The defendant, in good spirits, reiterated her doubts in the courtroom. She arrived without a lawyer, and defended herself. Some fifty of her supporters crowded the courtroom and the hall outside.
I put up a couple of posts on Ms. Havebeck this past summer which included a video of her interview with the German TV program “Panorama,” the interview that got her arrested.
German Woman Defies Holocaust Denial Laws in TV Interview
German Police Storm Home of Ursula Haverbeck
You may recall reading or hearing about Reem Sahwil, a 14-yearl-old Palestinian girl living in Germany, who in a public forum on July 16 asked Angela Merkel a question and received from the German prime minister a reply that caused her to break into tears.