May 16, 2017
I’ve always been a big fan of Horst Mahler. His path in life reminds me a crazier version of my own.
Back in the 1970s, Mahler was a founding member of the Baader-Meinhof Gang/Red Army Faction (RAF), a Marxist-Leninist urban guerrilla group that took West Germany by storm. These Communists were of a different breed than the Jewish “68er” sex-perverts that led student demonstrations in Paris and Berlin around this time, though there was obviously some overlap. The difference is that the sexual revolutionaries and feminists found friends in the German establishment, while RAF was attacked as a legitimate threat to the powers that be.
Later on in the 1990s and 2000s, Mahler was awakened, and joined the German nationalist NPD. He is now a fierce critic of Zionist power and its brutal plan to exterminate our people.
In 2003 Mahler was sentenced to 10 years in prison for asking questions about the Holocaust. He was allowed to temporarily leave prison due to an illness, and fled to Hungary. Unfortunately, it looks like “based Orban” is about to sell this prisoner of conscience out.
Shoulda went to Belarus.
A notorious German neo-Nazi was arrested Monday in Hungary, where he had been seeking asylum after fleeing to avoid serving a prison sentence for Holocaust denial and anti-Semitic incitement, officials said.
Hungarian police said Horst Mahler was taken into custody in the northwestern city of Sopron in the early afternoon.
Ken Heidenreich, a spokesman for prosecutors in Munich where the European arrest warrant for Mahler was issued, confirmed that they had been informed by phone that Mahler was in custody.
Mahler, 81, was a founding member of the left-wing Red Army Faction militant group who later turned to the far-right and has had numerous neo-Nazi-related convictions.
He was serving a 10-year sentence for Holocaust denial and anti-Semitic incitement when a court ruled two years ago that he could leave prison due to serious illness. He was ordered to return to prison late last year, but he refused and fled the country.
The Mitteldeutsche Zeitung newspaper on Monday published a letter from Mahler saying he was asking “the leader of the Hungarian nation, Viktor Orban, to grant me asylum as someone who is being politically persecuted.”
Heidenreich said it was not yet clear when Mahler would be extradited back to Germany to complete his sentence.
No human rights group anywhere has dared to even comment on this case. That is because those NGOs operating in the name of (((human rights))) are cynics who specialize in employing emotional blackmail to replace Westerners with the populations of Africa and the Near East, not actual human rights.
Notice too the lack of support from so-called “free speech advocates.” When the Jew Eric Zemmour was threatened with a 5,000 euro fine for inciting against Muslims, many powerful people intervened on his behalf, even liberals.
But if you live in Germany and point out the Death Star sized plot holes in the Holocaust narrative, you will get more time in prison than when you were a bomb-throwing Communist terrorist.
To all those on the “New Right” or Alt-Right who say exposing the Holocaust is pointless, if that were true, why would they go through such lengths to crush it? There is nothing like it in regards to any other historic event or claim of genocide. Those of us with the ability to advance historical inquiry can and must do continue to do, and work to get this information to as many people as possible.
Here’s the speech Horst gave before fleeing to Hungary last month.
These Jews want this man to die in prison simply for asking for facts relating to their insane claims about 6 million soap people.
Solidarity with Horst Mahler!
If anyone has information on how to help Mahler fight his case, please leave it in the comments section below and I will update this article.