Fire Up the Ovens: the Road to National Socialist Reactivation is Now Clear

Diversity Macht Frei
September 28, 2017

On Monday at the regional court of Linz the 41-year-old Linz woman was given a 12-month suspended sentence for National Socialist Reactivation. “She was found guilty on almost all points,” said Margit Kreuzer, spokeswoman for the Linz regional court. As the state prosecutor made no declaration, it has no legal force.

Among other things, the 41-year-old woman is said to have sent a photo via WhatsApp to several acquaintances showing a food packet with a cut cake. Two large swastikas were visible inside the cake.

“With real Nazipan and German Panzerschokolade [Tank chocolate],” it says under the title “Nazipantorte” [Nazipan cake]. A note on the packaging said “May contain traces of racism.”


See also this story about a government worker in Berlin sacked for reading Mein Kampf (link).