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Zundel sentenced to five years

Thursday, February 15, 2007

A court in Mannheim, Germany today sentenced Holocaust revisionist Ernst Zundel to five years in prison on 14 counts of thought crimes. Zundel has already been in custody for more than two years, first in the U.S., then in Canada, and -- since March 2005 -- in Germany. As in the U.S. and Canada, the German judge sentenced Zundel on the pretext that he is a threat to national and international security. In other words, the security of every nation on the planet is based on a hoax; revelations about this hoax through freedom of speech and thought will destroy that security and presumably lead to bloodshed and destruction of the world as we know it.

If this is true, how safe can any of us be? Each of us walks a thin line: On one hand, we too might be adjudged to be a threat to international security and jailed. On the other hand, our security is guaranteed only by continued lies -- any truth might result in our destruction.

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