23 November, 2008

Töben Extradition – Criminalising History in Europe’s Courts

Posted by Socrates in Bradley R. Smith, Holocaust, holocaust racket, Holocaustianity, revisionism, Socrates, Toben at 6:38 pm | Permanent Link

by Bradley R. Smith: [Here].


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  7. 4 Responses to “Töben Extradition – Criminalising History in Europe’s Courts”

    1. Krystian K. Kowalczyk Says:

      Now that the many and varied EU countries operate on a centralized, quasi-federalist model, things like the Toeben controversy will become more and more commonplace, folks. I begin to wonder: as a Yank, at some point in the future might I get detained in Europe for something I said here? Fucked up.

      Hey Jueden: for a group of “victims” you sure take pleasure in bullying people. Hypocritical vermin scum.

    2. -JC Says:

      Perhaps all we have to vote-with are our tourist dollars. No travel to the UK or Germany for me but it was not this latest incident– I decided to holiday in White-friendlier nations, such as Iceland, long ago.

    3. Zarathustra Says:

      Krystian sez: Hey Juden, for a group of “victims” you sure take pleasure in bullying people. Hypocritical vermin scum”.

      Capital! Capital, I say!

      JC, I’m glad to know there are one or two White countries left that don’t have any cowardly, traitorous, anti-White, A-hole politicians in power, at least not yet. What about Lithuania or any of the other former White Republics of the USSR? They must still be jew and coon-free, no?

    4. gw Says:

      “I begin to wonder: as a Yank, at some point in the future might I get detained in Europe for something I said here? “

      I suppose that, theoretically, the answer to that question is “yes”.

      The good part is that they’re not efficient enough to track down every last one of us (yet anyway). And unless we’re somebody who’s very well known, we’re just not worth the bother.