'...apart from the little bit at the end' eh?
It wasn't bait. And you don't *really* need me to spell it out for you,
Just try clicking the link, then doing a modicum of research on that
"NAZI Grandma" and a few others like Silvia Stolz, Ernst Zundel, Robert
Faurisson, Germar Rudolf. It may mean having to visit some of those
*shock-horror* duly designated 'neo-nazi-hate sites' and you may
therefore get stern warnings from Google etc. But go on; you're a big
boy now and they're really no worse than all that porn - honest.
They just tell a few home-truths that are distasteful to us goodies that
won the "Good war" and must therefore be supressed.
On 14/02/2016 16:51, douglas rankine wrote:
Very good contribution Peter, apart from the little bit at the end. I'll
take the bait...let's get it out in the open.
Did she get imprisoned for 14 months for exercising her right of free
On 14/02/2016 13:48, Peter Presland wrote:
..with the following comment:
Good commentary on a remarkable interview. Not least because, in
addition to Young and Natsios's devastating critique of the
Commercially-controlled media generally, it also demonstrates the
blinkered cocooned existence passing for "reality", that young Germans -
who fancy themselves so "Progressive" - still actually inhabit. This
quote from the smug and startled young interviewer is a case-in-point:
"We are loyal here to this community. But some inner criticism can be
seen as constructive. These questions are important. I suppose you can
say whatever you say. We have free speech here."
Free-speech? - Really? How would he explain, let alone justify, the 14
month prison sentence recently handed down to an 87 year old German
grandmother - and many others like her - for simply exercising their
right to his precious 'Free-speech?'.
On 14/02/2016 10:38, John Young wrote:
Cryptome's searing critique of Snowden Inc.