The White Network
July 13, 2013
Günter Deckert is Carolyn’s guest to talk about Germany-related issues, after he tells us all about his recent five months spent in Mannheim Prison because of “doubting the holocaust,” from Jan. 2 to May 31 this year.
- Majority of prisoners are foreigners, but one has an individual cell-room of one’s own;
- Political prisoners are “bullied” by top administrators with restrictions on or denial of preferred reading material, letters and visits on the grounds of “rehabilitation”;
- Angela Merkel’s strong stand against Brussels new shared banking proposals in eurozone will probably dissipate after the general elections in September;
- Merkel’s complaints about the NSA spying by the U.S. are weak, but Social Democrat says spying on the EU is for economic advantage, not terrorism;
- Less likelihood of an NPD ban, but the NSU will be used against the NPD beginning in September;
- NSU bombshell? – Prosecution’s star witness inadvertently revealed the gun that allegedly killed the eight Turks was purchased after the first four were already dead (according to Compact magazine);
- Thoughts on a world-wide pan-European movement based on White unity;
- Günter recommended the article “Unruly Europe” by Mark Bruigh, in two parts at American Renaissance;
- Hadding Scott calls in to ask about reports that Adenauer was forced by Eisenhower to agree to pay reparations to Israel.
Image: Günter Deckert speaking in Denmark in 2008.