Petition for Free Speech in Absurdistan (Occupied Germany)
Support free speech and liberty!
To: The German Legislator’s petition committee
We, the undersigned, believe that is immoral to enshrine History in law.
The German State’s reaction to those who wish to provide an alternative narrative for what has become known as the ‘Holocaust’ is a horrendous misuse of the principles of jurisprudence. The custodial sentences given to Ernst Zuendel, Germar Rudolf, Sylvia Stolz and others are a clear demonstration that nothing has been learned from the past. It is our firm belief that their sentences should be revoked and the law of Germany changed to reflect a real acceptance of the principles of free speech and the marketplace of ideas.
In ‘On Liberty’ (1859), the British philosopher John Stuart Mill wrote,
“If all mankind minus one, were of one opinion, and only one person were of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one person, than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind.”
It is a sorry reflection on the German state that it deems it necessary to imprison individuals for nothing more than expressing sincere beliefs. Ironically, it is evocative of the fascism that they so desire to distance themselves from. It is a sign of weakness, of fear and shallow character.
We condemn it utterly.
We believe the time has come for Germany to show some courage. Sixty years of guilt, fear and shame have not allowed the nation to come to terms with its past. The time has come for a ‘Realgeschichte’ in which truth may be reached through competing narratives. To be afraid of this is to be afraid of the basis of all human knowledge.
Deutschland, wir glauben an Sie.
It an interesting fact to note that those very people which so strongly protested against the burning of books by the Nazis are so quite when it comes to the burning of books by those totalitarian Neo-Marxists currently running Germany. Fact is that the Nazis burned around 7000 different titles in roughly 10 years while the Neo-Marxists that came afterwards burned over 35.000 different books alone in the first year and are still regularly burning books and putting people in prison for expressing their thoughts or conducting historical research. It truly shows the true hypocratic nature of those pseudo human rights advocates. It shows that they are not really interested in Civil Liberties, but that they have an agenda and that so called “Civil Liberties” are just a vehicle, a Trojan horse, used to further their course. In reality, at least the leaders, couldn’t care less about things like freedom and liberty, at least that’s the impression their highly selective activity turning a blind eye to certain gross human rights violations leaves.
All people and human rights violations are obviously not equal, at least not in the eye’s of the human rights hypocrites!