30 April, 2011

Germany: Sylvia Stolz Released From Prison

Posted by Socrates in Bradley R. Smith, free speech, German nationalists, Germany, Holocaust, holocaust racket, Holocaustianity, jewed culture, revisionism, Socrates, thought crime at 1:12 pm | Permanent Link

(Granted, this Stolz post is a little late, but better late than never).

Stolz said things that the Jews didn’t like, so she served over 3 years in prison. What if the West was controlled by White people instead of Jews?

[Article].

More about Stolz [Here].


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  7. 2 Responses to “Germany: Sylvia Stolz Released From Prison”

    1. J├╝rgen Says:

      INTERESTING IDEA

      Well I heard an interesting idea from someone last week:

      What if, every time the hebes grab a White Nationalist like
      this, a Nazi then grabs some loud-mouth, communism-spewing
      jew who says something that WE don’t like, only to be released
      on the same day the imprisoned White-Nationalist is freed?

      “No complaining…..just do EXACTLY the same thing back to them,
      each time….axiomatically”, he said.

    2. Stan Sikorski Says:

      Perfect. This should be in action already.