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Germany prevents citizen from attending Holocaust conference

Postby Hannover » 1 decade 4 years ago (Mon Dec 11, 2006 1:34 pm)

This is Orwellian.

Germany bans one of it's own from travelling to Iran because "attendance at the conference would harm the image of the German state".

Apparently the image of a suppressor of free speech, suppressor of free association, and suppressor of free travel doesn't bother the so called 'German state'.

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German citizen prevented from attending Holocaust® conference

NSNS Saturday, 9 December 2006

BERLIN — Police in Germany confiscated the passport of Günter Deckert Friday to prevent him from attending the scheduled 11-12 Dec. conference on the Holocaust® in Tehran. They plan to hold it until the conclusion of the event.

The official reason given for the police action is that Deckert's attendance at the conference would harm the image of the German state. Deckert had planned to attend the forum as an observer, not as a speaker.

The constitution of the Bundesrepublik says that it guarantees the right of all its citizens to free speech and free expression.
If it can't happen as alleged, then it didn't.

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Postby Kiwichap » 1 decade 4 years ago (Tue Dec 12, 2006 12:32 am)

The German Government is a parrot in a Zionist cage. It only opens its mouth when it wants to get fed. The German Government summoned the Iranian 'charge d'Affaires':
Germany summons Iranian envoy over Holocaust conference

The German Foreign Ministry called in Iran's top envoy in Berlin on Friday in protest against a Holocaust conference to be held in Tehran next week which attempts to deny Holocaust, a spokesman said Friday.

"The German government condemns as unacceptable all comments which ...raise doubts about the Holocaust," said Deputy Foreign Ministry spokesman Jens Ploetner.

"The Iranian charge d'Affaires was called in make this unmistakably clear," he said.

The Tehran conference, held by the Iranian Foreign Ministry, claimed it wanted to discuss the scale of the Holocaust and whether the Nazis really used gas chambers to kill Jews.

Researchers from about 30 countries, including Germany, are expected to attend the conference.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had called the Holocaust, in which six million Jews were killed, a myth, and has called for the destruction of Israel.

"We condemn all past and future attempts by those who give a platform to people who put he Holocaust in question," said the German spokesman.

However, Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mohammadi has said in Tehran that the aim of the conference, dubbed " Holocaust, World Prospect," was to give scholars a chance to discuss the issue freely "without getting involved in political issues or propaganda." Peoples Daily Online

We see, ""The German government condemns as unacceptable all comments which ...raise doubts about the Holocaust...".

'Raise Doubts about the Holocaust'. This I do not understand. I know it never happened. I know we are dealing with a 'bunch of liars'. I have no doubts, There was no holocaust.
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Postby driansmith » 1 decade 4 years ago (Tue Dec 12, 2006 8:31 am)

It's kind of ironic, really, because when I was growing up we were taught that only Communist regimes behaved like this.

No sooner had the Communist regimes been relegated to the dustbin of history, it seems, than the so-called democracies began behaving exactly the same way.

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Postby Mannstein » 1 decade 4 years ago (Tue Dec 12, 2006 11:22 am)

In a report which appeared in Der Spiegel, the Germans have set up their own holo. conference in Berlin hoping to draw media attention away from what is happening in Tehran.

According to Der Spiegel one of the organizers a Herr Kruger had this to say about the Berlin conference:

"Unsere Konferenz soll ein Signal und eine Einladung dazu sein, zu
diskutieren", sagt Krüger. Mit der deutschen Geschichte gehe die
Verpflichtung einher, wach zu bleiben, so Krüger.

Translated: " Our conference should be a signal and an invitation to discuss, says Kruger, with German history comes the responsibility to remain vigilant"

So this prostitute would have the gullible believe that open discussion of the holohoax is permitted in Germany. One wonders what would happen if a skeptic let it all hang out. Certainly the local State Prosecuter would be waiting at the door with handcuffs at the ready for the unfortunate heretic as he left the conference.

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