Exposing the Despicable State of Civil Rights in Germany Today

By Germar Rudolf. The following are the remarks of Germar Rudolf delivered to the 13th International Revisionist Conference of the Institute for Historical Review, held on May 29, 2000, before the IHR was destroyed. His account is based on his personal experiences and on general observations of the growing human rights crisis in Germany. Rudolf is presently incarcerated for thought crimes in Germany after his extradition from the United States where he had been living for years. In Germany, truth is no defense in “thought crime” trials.

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Before I begin, I wish to make one thing perfectly clear: Regardless of how negative parts of my account may be, it would be a terrible misunderstanding if I were perceived as criticizing the German people. Since the beginning of the last century, Germans have been constant victims of worldwide political conspiracies. These conspiracies are under way once again. The only people affected by the repression in Germany are the Germans, who are given no chance to defend themselves. [Read the entire article as PDF…]


Taken from
The Barnes Review, March/April 2006: Civil Rights in Germany
VOLUME XII, NUMBER 2


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