[It sickens me that white men and women, especially fine Germans, must sit in jails while the Jewish filth carry on with their nefarious activities in Europe and the USA. I especially feel sad about Germans going to jail. It shows yet again, that there is some life and intelligence in Germany and yet, these Germans are crushed and destroyed. Horst Mahler, is getting out of jail, but that poor man has lost a leg I think and also had a foot amputated. He does not get proper treatment. He's been in jail for years. It's hideous. It is sinful, that intelligent, Germans, who SPEAK THE TRUTH, and who are a great value to society, are thrown into prison for no reason at all. In this case, the German "insulted" a Jewish leader. Really? Insulted him? You cannot possibly insult a Jew enough. His "crime" is nothing. We whites must stand by other whites, to the core. Whites everywhere should protest against such terrible things. It's terrible watching Germans being forced to do this to other Germans. But this is a direct result of WW2. What else can one expect. The Germans resisted these things TO THE UTMOST! The German is entitled to his opinion. I like the political party that he runs. We need to find the website. When I read the story below, I just shook my head. What you have here is a German man, who HAS HIS OWN OPINION AND EVERY RIGHT TO HAVE THAT OPINION, who said a few minor things, and he is GOING TO SPEND MONTHS IN JAIL FOR NO REASON AT ALL! Jan]
Far-right German activist will go to jail for insulting a Jewish leader
Sascha Krolzig of the Die Rechte party, will serve a six-months for calling the head of the community in Herford-Detmold an ‘insolent Jewish functionary’ and praising the SS.
By JTAJuly 17, 2020, 12:57 pm
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A far-right activist will go to jail for insulting a German Jewish leader after the country’s highest court denied his appeal.
Sascha Krolzig, who heads the small far-right Die Rechte party, will serve a six-month sentence for calling the head of the Jewish community in Herford-Detmold an “insolent Jewish functionary” and praising the SS.
Krolzig lost his appeal earlier this month and the verdict was made public on July 10.
According to German news reports, Krolzig had called Matitjahu Kellig an “insolent Jewish functionary” and demanded a boycott of Jewish organizations. The comments were made on the Die Rechte website after Kellig said in a television interview that a local municipality should take its official newsletter to a different printing press, since the one they used also disseminated right-wing radical material.
Defending the publisher, Krolzig said that the company merely offers books that criticise the “zeitgeist” and celebrate, among other things, the “exemplary and reliable men of the Waffen-SS.” He also called Kellig a “self-satisfied” and “insolent Jewish functionary” and accused him of having a “disturbed relationship with freedom of expression.” He concluded by saying that his party would “reduce the influence of Jewish lobby organizations on German politics to exactly zero in the shortest possible time.”
In 2018, a court handed down a six-month suspended sentence for incitement to hate and slander. A higher court upheld the sentence, which Krolzig again appealed.
The Constitutional Court upheld the sentence, finding that Krolzig had incited anti-Jewish hatred with statements they considered “concretely threatening” and clearly linked to Nazi propaganda. The court added that Germany’s Nazi past makes necessary “an increased sensitivity in dealing with the pejorative use of the word Jew.”