Man sentenced to 18 months in prison for “Holocaust denial”

Gerhard Ittner has been sentenced to 18 months in prison in “democratic” Germany for “racial incitement” and “insulting the state and its symbols”.

Angela Merkel called the recent terror attack in Paris an “attack on freedom”. What freedom? You are thrown in jail for not believing in the atrocity propaganda of the WWII Allies. Germany is still an occupied country.

Learn more about “Holocaust” revisionism.

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Canadian man prosecuted for criticism of international Jewry

After pressure from the international Jewish organization B’nai B’rith, Canadian writer Arthur Topham has been convicted of “promoting hatred against Jews”.

On Thursday, a jury in Quesnel, B.C. agreed, convicting Topham of one count of communicating statements that wilfully promote hatred against Jews.

This happened on the same day that dozens of police officers raided the homes of Germans who protested online against non-White immigration, an 87-year-old lady was sentenced to jail for not believing in the “Holocaust”, and a Swedish man was in court accused of antisemitism.

And a few days ago, Europe‚Äôs top “human rights” court ruled that “the right to free expression does not protect anti-Semitism or ‘Holocaust’ denial.”

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In “liberated” and “democratic” Germany

… police officers will raid your home if you express pro-German or pro-White views on social media.

Berlin police say they’ve raided 10 buildings in the German capital as part of a crackdown on far-right hate speech on social media networks.

Police said Thursday that the morning raids involved 60 officers, who confiscated smartphones and computers as evidence, which are now being evaluated. They didn’t have any immediate information on arrests.

They say the raids are part of an ongoing investigation into hate speech spread over social media meant to incite people against asylum-seekers and refugee housing.

Berlin’s top security official, Frank Henkel, says authorities “won’t turn away if racism or incitement is being spread on the Internet.”

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