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Horst Mahler has been imprisoned since 600 days

Postby sans concession » 1 decade 1 month ago (Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:13 am)

October 18, 2010


Horst Mahler has been imprisoned since 600 days



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Two heroic champions of a humiliated and wronged Germany: Horst Mahler and Sylvia Stolz


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In a recent e-mail release, the American Michael Santomauro informed us that the revisionist Horst Mahler, during his criminal trial in Munich in January 2009,had, directly quoting me, begun his opening statement with my evocation of the martial prowess of the American-Zionist axis:

“The American-Zionist axis has phosphorised German children, atom-bombed Japanese children, treated Vietnamese children with Agent Orange and Iraqi children with depleted uranium. It is high time the defeated, the humiliated, the wronged replied with what I have long called ‘the poor man's atomic bomb’, that is, with historical revisionism; that weapon neither kills nor mutilates anyone; it kills only the lie, the slander, the defamation, the myth of the ‘Shoa’, along with the abject Shoa Business dear to Bernard Madoff, Elie Wiesel, the horde of ‘miraculous survivors’ and the murderers of Gaza’s children (Professor Robert Faurisson).”

“Die amerikano-zionistische Achse hat die deutschen Kinder phosphorisiert, die japanischen Kinder atomisiert, die vietnamesischen Kinder mit dem orangenen Boten behandelt und die irakischen Kinder mit dem abgereicherten Uran. Es wird Zeit, daß die Besiegten, die Erniedrigten und Geschmähten mit dem zurückschlagen, was ich seit langem als die Atombombe der Armen’ bezeichne, d.h. mittels des geschichtlichen Revisionismus. Diese Waffe tötet niemanden und entstellt niemanden. Sie tötet nur die Lüge, die Verleumdung, die Diffamierung, den Mythos der ‘Shoah ebenso wie das gräßliche Shoa-Business, das Leuten wie Bernard Madoff, Elie Wiesel, den Kohorten der wundersam Geretteten’ und den Mördern der Kinder in Gaza so teuer ist.” (Professor Robert Faurisson)

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Horst Mahler was convicted and sentenced to nearly thirteen years’ imprisonment.

He is now aged 74. At her end, his friend and colleague Sylvia Stolz, “the German Joan of Arc”, has been found guilty and sentenced to over three years in prison for having, while defending Ernst Zündel in court, argued without at all hiding her own revisionist convictions. She is 46 years old.

For the same reason a good number of other revisionists before them had been sent to prison by the German or Austrian justice system. It was at Berlin’s initiative that E. Zündel, recently released, had to spend seven years in American, Canadian and German cells.

In Austria, several revisionists are still incarcerated, amongst whom Wolfgang Fröhlich and Gerd Honsik. That is where Germany and Austria stand these days.

With the exception of an especially heroic minority of their sons and daughters, they seem to submit to the law of their conquerors, who – as is too often forgotten – have still not, after 65 years, considered signing a peace treaty with Germany.

Equipped with its “nuclear shields”, its “security fences” and, above all, its supreme weapon, the Great Lie of “the Holocaust”, the American-Zionist axis intends to lay down its law to the rest of the world. But nothing long-lasting is ever built in such a way – on threats, fear and deception. To begin with, the Great Lie of “the Holocaust”, thanks mainly to the Internet, sees itself being challenged more and more. It has, of course, spawned a religion and, on that level, there are still fair days ahead for it, but on the level of historical knowledge it has, ever so quietly, passed away.

In any case I shall soon be demonstrating as much in a text dealing with the death, at last, of the Nazi gas chambers, on the historical and scientific level.

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Re: Horst Mahler has been imprisoned since 600 days

Postby Hans » 1 decade 1 month ago (Mon Oct 18, 2010 1:58 pm)

This affair can be put quite simply: since many years, centuries Mahler hates the post-45 Germany and wants to remove it (he was actually a founder of left wing terroristic group RAF). According to actio = reactio, the state is defending itself against political extremists, who want to wipe it out. This concept is described as "defensible democracy" here and is considered a lesson learned from Weimar republic crushed by political extremists.

Note that totalitarian system subsequently established by the Nazis was much more rude and inhuman to its political enemies than modern Germany ever was and ever can be. Not to speak of the Nazis treatment of its racial enemies. So anybody who complains about how the German state is dealing with Mahler, has really to hate the National Socialists of how they treated the communists or Jews.

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Re: Horst Mahler has been imprisoned since 600 days

Postby ps » 1 decade 1 month ago (Mon Oct 18, 2010 3:21 pm)

Horst Mahler has behaved precisely after the world view maintained at that time the government and has fought putatively Nastily with all consequence as a left-winger. Only then when he has recognised the dizziness, he fought against the dizziness also with all consequence as a rights. Besides, he has remained always loyal to himself and acted according to his respective state of knowledge.

The today's people-damaging political criminal system is not comparable with the flawless caring NS system at all. In the Nazi era only the national pests had to fear something. These were enticed in general by the Jews. Just as this is even today the case.

Horst Mahler was incarcerated under declension of the right for nearly 11 years.

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Re: Horst Mahler has been imprisoned since 600 days

Postby Sylvie » 1 decade 1 month ago (Tue Oct 19, 2010 8:56 am)

@Hans
Wait a minute Hans, let me understand your arguments.
Basically you say that your admired German post-war democracy is in danger, since Mahler wanted to wipe it out (is that "ausrotten" in German?).

First: do you read German newspapers, ever saw German TV? The first thing they claim loud and clear, when it comes to right-wingers, is that this is a minuscule fraction, not even worth considering. So your "defense of democracy" argument is contradicted by the same people who want him jailed.

Second: what did Mahler do to endanger Germany? Did he call for violence? Did he throw bombs? Did he invite millions of Turks to invade your fatherland?
He only wrote texts and, yes, he says the current BRD republic has no legal basis according to constitutional law (Staatsrecht). If this is what endangers your fragile puppet "democracy", it is not worth defending (like the Weimar chaos).

Third: Hans, I would like you to confirm that you approve the nazis putting in jail communists. After all, your principles of defending regimes by jailing opponents are applicable to all.

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Re: Horst Mahler has been imprisoned since 600 days

Postby Hektor » 1 decade 3 weeks ago (Fri Oct 29, 2010 3:51 am)

Hans wrote:This affair can be put quite simply: since many years, centuries Mahler hates the post-45 Germany and wants to remove it (he was actually a founder of left wing terroristic group RAF). According to actio = reactio, the state is defending itself against political extremists, who want to wipe it out. This concept is described as "defensible democracy" here and is considered a lesson learned from Weimar republic crushed by political extremists.
Just that this time Mahler didn't resort to violence or teamed up with people that do. Mahler is incarcerated simply for expressing his belief/disbelief.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horst_Mahler

Hans wrote:Note that totalitarian system subsequently established by the Nazis was much more rude and inhuman to its political enemies than modern Germany ever was and ever can be. Not to speak of the Nazis treatment of its racial enemies. So anybody who complains about how the German state is dealing with Mahler, has really to hate the National Socialists of how they treated the communists or Jews.
I would like to call this into question and point out that, when the Nazis threw communists and pedophiles into camps Germany was actually at the brink of a civil war and was in war, when they interned larger groups of people. Said that I would also like to know about cases where the "Nazis" jailed people, because they didn't believe in historical claims held up by them.

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Re: Horst Mahler has been imprisoned since 600 days

Postby Petschau » 1 decade 3 weeks ago (Fri Oct 29, 2010 5:35 am)

As much as one can applaud the courage of Mahler, Stolz, Zundel, and others for speaking out...
One must also keep in mind that Germany is still an occupied country and until such a time when that changes, no judicial fairness will ever be forthcoming.

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Re: Horst Mahler has been imprisoned since 600 days

Postby Veritas » 1 decade 3 weeks ago (Wed Nov 03, 2010 4:54 pm)

Hans wrote:This affair can be put quite simply: since many years, centuries Mahler hates the post-45 Germany and wants to remove it (he was actually a founder of left wing terroristic group RAF).

He does not hate Germany but the system that has her in its grip. And it is this system that he fought and fights.

Hans wrote:According to actio = reactio, the state is defending itself against political extremists, who want to wipe it out. This concept is described as "defensible democracy" here and is considered a lesson learned from Weimar republic crushed by political extremists.

Your audacious mendacity is truly unbelievable. In fact the political extremists were the communists who in acts of high treason brought about the defeat of the German Reich in WW1 and left Germany undefended, which in turn was taken full advantage of by the Allies as they subsequently starved her until she signed the dictate of Versaille, strangled her economy which eventually led to an unemployment rate of 30%, cut her in pieces which lead to millions of Germans being dispossessed or murdered, etc. The desaster known as "Weimar Republic" was not crushed by National Socialists, the "Weimar Republic" and the international system it was a part of was what crushed Germany. National Socialism was (and is, I might add) the answer and solution to this and the only thing that kept Germany (and probably the rest of Western Europe) from having a similar fate to that of Eastern Europe.

Hans wrote:Note that totalitarian system subsequently established by the Nazis was much more rude and inhuman to its political enemies than modern Germany ever was and ever can be.

The BRD regime, which you call "modern Germany" is the most inhuman as it is the enemy of the German people and only by silencing people like Horst Mahler do they keep the people from realizing this. But they can't do that forever and every day it is becoming more apparent what is going on.
And considering that communists have harrassed, beaten up and even shot National Socialist before these came to power and what they did in Eastern Europe, the treatment they experienced at the hands of the now powerful National Socialist was really mild. As Göring said, it probably was the most unbloody revolution in the history of humankind.

Hans wrote:Not to speak of the Nazis treatment of its racial enemies.

Well, the "Nazi treatment" was probably the most civilized way Jews were ever kicked out of a country in their history. There even were consideration as to what is going to become of them.
What happened during the war is of course another matter, but it is not as if the Germans were having a party in the meanwhile. And it doubtlessly was much nicer in Dachau than in Dresden around the time the Jews were rightfully incarcerated as enemies of the state, just like the Allies incarcerated all Germans, Japanese, Italians and even their own if they endagered their war effort.

Hans wrote:So anybody who complains about how the German state is dealing with Mahler, has really to hate the National Socialists of how they treated the communists or Jews.

Horst Mahler is not an enemy of Germany but the Jews and the communists are. And any means neccessary to stop them from destroying it is justified. The Internationalists do not hesitate to wipe away anything that stands between them and the enslavement of the peoples either.
And in case you like to continue to whine about how the poor Jews or communists were treated: Tell this to the Palestines or the Eastern Europeans. Maybe they care. I don't.


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