Free Speech Lawyer Sylvia Stolz Threatened With Prosecution in Switzerland
A great woman. Miss Stolz was sentenced to three years and three months in prison for her spirited defence of political prisoner Ernst Zundel in 2005.
On November 24, she was a guest speaker at the 8th Anti-Censorship Conference held in Chur, Switzerland. She spoke of the difficulties lawyers have in defending Europe's new heretics -- those who express doubts about the so-called holocaust. One can deny God, even deny science, believe in creatures from outer space, but to question Europe's new state religion of holocaust is to invite persecution, heavy fines or prison. She reflected on the fact that "holocaust" is not clearly defined and that many of the tenets of this new religion have not actually been proven in court.
Well, all hell broke loose. The organizers of the Civic Hall at which the meeting was held have been told they cannot rent it again. An investigation is under way to see whether any "far right" literature was distributed. In this video Sylvia Stolz explains that "far right" is widely used by the politically correct to label any nationalist who stands up for his "volk" or people. Now, there are calls for criminal charges of "casting doubt on the holocaust" to be laid against Miss Stolz and conference organizer Ivo Sasek. Already, a Swiss lawyer has filed a complaint against Miss Stolz.
A politically correct Inquisition holds sway over much of Europe, where a new secular religion -- another group's tribal history, is imposed upon the populace. Anyone who suggests that some of the religion's claims seem exaggerated or impossible is not argued with but prosecuted and jailed. Further, any lawyer too vigorous in the heretic's defence faces jail or disbarment. A new Dark Age has descended over a Europe that grins like the village idiot (or, perhaps, more politically correctly 'mentally challenged person') and considers itself a champion of democracy and human rights.
In this video (English sub-titles) German lawyer Sylvia Stolz replies to her critics as rumours swirl that she will be charged (again) with 'Holocaust Denial' for a speech she gave at an anti-censorship conference in November 2012.