>You cannot question the Holocaust — Töben arrested again

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If you want to look for a Truth that seeks out to crush the freedom to seek the truth, look no further than The Holocaust.
Once again a Holocaust revisionist has been arrested for asking questions about what really happened during World War II. Dr. Fredrick Töben, Australian citizen, was arrested yesterday at the Heathrow airport, UK, for “posting online materials” discussing the Holocaust. In Germany they have these sick Holocaust denial laws which means they sentenced Töben to seven months in jail in 1999 when he was travelling from the US to Dubai. Fortunately, Britain does not have these laws, but instead they slipped in this offence as “race hatred” and “cyber crime”. He now faces up to five years in prison!

This is insane, people. If you believe that discussing the Holocaust should be a crime, you should wake the fuck up. This madness must come to an end.

Australian Holocaust denier arrested at Heathrow
Times Online

Töben writes on his website (yes, it’s ugly as hell…):

If you wish to begin to doubt the Holocaust-Shoah narrative, you must be prepared for personal sacrifice, must be prepared for marriage and family break-up, loss of career, and go to prison. […] This is because Revisionists are, among other things, dismantling a massive multi-billion dollar industry that the Holocaust-Shoah enforcers are defending, as well as the survival of Zionist-racist Israel.

One thought on “>You cannot question the Holocaust — Töben arrested again”

  1. >What sort of Truth is it that crushes the freedom to seek the truth?

    “I agree with Dr. Töben that the question that needs to be asked is what crime was committed by Palestinians for what may have happened to the Jews of Europe. As a publisher and researcher on the Holocaust I am convinced Nazi gassings never happened. I should not go to jail, for having that view in eleven nations including Israel! Dr. Töben’s Holocaust problems are my Holocaust problems.” –Michael Santomauro
    Peace is patriotic.

    Michael Santomauro
    Editorial Director
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    New York, NY 10023
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