Paul Eisen

Paul Eisen

Monday, 3 December 2012

Can there really be freedom for Palestine without freedom for this man?

This was originally posted by Michael Hoffmann, a Christian voice for freedom
But I'd like to add my own comment:
All you doughty fighters for Palestine, do you really think there can be freedom for Palestine without freedom for this man?


Gunter Deckert will serve five months in a German prison for translating a history essay - by Michael Hoffmann 

Günter Deckert
In the World War II revisionist history movement in Germany, Günter Deckert is among the most hard-working and humble of its martyrs.

I say "martyr" because any resident of Germany who persists in actively and publicly doubting the existence of execution gas chambers in Auschwitz-Birkenau -- the holy relic of the West's most sacred religion (Holocaustianity) -- will be fined and likely imprisoned.

Günter Deckert has been to prison before in Germany for this reason and he is about to be imprisoned again.

His "crime"? Translating from Italian into German historian Carlo Mattogno's treatise, "Auschwitz: The First Gassing" (überarbeiten, deutsche Endbearbeitung/ -fassung).

The following was received from Mr. Deckert:

Friends, Comrades and Fighters for the Truth in World War II History,

The time has come! I must soon enter prison to serve my 5-month sentence although my constitutional appeal has not yet been decided. I am to report to the prison on January 2nd, 2013. The release date will be June 2nd...

..."What does not kill me, does make me stronger!" With this in mind, my best comradely greetings and loyalty to our kin and people.I wish everyone a very good year of 2013 full of success and the best health possible.

Günter Deckert

With those words Mr. Deckert prepares to surrender five months of his life to the German state that is called "democratic" by the U.S. government, the U.N. and the European Union, and which scruples to lecture Muslim nations on the pressing need to allow more freedom to their citizens. Fortunately, Muslims are increasingly aware of this hypocrisy and, unfortunately, it has only stiffened their resolve to enforce the repression of freedom of speech and press in their own nations. The Chinese Communists must also surely be aware of the German repression of revisionist thought criminals. "Example," observed Samuel Johnson, "is always more efficacious than precept." In other words, practice what you preach. But in addition to Germany, the governments of Canada, Australia and many European nations such as Austria, France and Switzerland, do not, and the world is made darker as a result.

Günter Deckert, a good and decent man, is again being tosssed into a dungeon with little or no protest or media publicity. The machinery of the German inquisition operates in near total silence and obscurity. Historians, researchers and scientists in Germany are imprisoned for blaspheming the Holy People's relics and it is all done with hardly any notice taken. Consequently, we know that this inquistion will grind on, and because it is in the German nature not to complain, the real, excruciating cost to Mr. Deckert and his family, their suffering and privation, will not be advertised on a poster soul.

What is called western civilization is actually western syphilization, and sometimes this writer finds himself ardently desiring that the Muslim invaders would arrive all that much sooner to scourge the golem of Europe, Canada and Australia, as God has so often in the past used hostile aliens to punish his people for their betrayal and idolatry.

Make no mistake, the adoration of the gas chamber idol is no less an abomination in the eyes of the Most High; particulary in light of the fact that the organized denial of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ has never been more prevalent — a denial which is perfectly legal in every nation of the dishonorable western world.


  1. I agree; it is outrageous. The endless criticism, especially by feminists, of the Muslim treatment of women infuriates me for several reasons, but not the least of them is the knowledge of what is being done in the name of democracy. I experienced it again this evening, and was bursting to say what I really thing, but as usual the situation was unsuitable. Francis

  2. Günther Deckert is no "decent", "good" man. He was the Leader of the German neo-Nazi "National Democratic Party of Germany". It's not his first time in prison, virulent xenophobia and antisemitism brought him repeatedly in conflict with German laws. and as such, in prison.
    The NPD is known as "the most significant neo-Nazi party to emerge after 1945". The German Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, the Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz, classifies the NPD as a "threat to the constitutional order" because of its platform and philosophy, and keeps it under its observation.
    The NPD is involved in a series of murders against Turkish residents in Germany and the German state just started a procedure to have the Party interdicted.

    1. 1. Since 1945, any National Socialist organization -- political or not -- has been outlawed in Germany. Hence, no NS party or organization has ever existed in that country for any extended period of time before having been banned and their leaders prosecuted.
      2. The NPD has been a legal German opposition party since 1964. That very fact proves that it cannot be a National Socialist organization. The only attempt to outlaw the party failed in the early 2000s, because it turned out that ALL the evidence submitted by the German government to prove that the party is unconstitutional had been planted/fabricated by the German government itself.
      3. Hence, the German government has been -- and continues to be -- engaged in the unconstitutional persecution/suppression of a legal opposition party. By that very fact, the German government is unconstitutional, but not the NPD. I would not be surprised to find out that the new "evidence" presented for the NPD's alleged involvement in acts of murder are just as bogus.
      4. Günter Deckert has been sentenced in the past for:
      a) translating the speech of Fred Leuchter (see on technical issues of the alleged Auschwitz and Majdanek gas chambers;
      b) selling numerous copies of a scientific anthology on the Holocaust (see
      c) distributing a leaflet explaining why critical historical research is a legitimate and legal activity (see
      None of this has anything to do with "xenophobia" and "anti-Semitism." There may have been other verdicts against Herr Deckert on issues I am unaware of, but this brief list shows that there is a consistency of the German government's continuous persecution by prosecution of Herr Deckert for the peaceful dissenting views he expressed or facilitated to be expressed.
      And by the way, personally I don't like either Günter Deckert or the NPD. But I do like veracity and sincerity.