Saturday Afternoon: Interview with Günter Deckert from Germany
Oct. 13, 2012
Günter Deckert begins the interview by telling us that his current court case has been accepted by the Constitutional Court, the German version of the U.S. Supreme Court. Already several years old, it stems from his doing a small amount of translating for a book written by Carlo Mattogno. He’s also being hassled about a house he’s bought in Saxony.
After that, Carolyn and Günter discuss a number of current issues:
- The silence surrounding the extradition back to Germany of Gerhard Ittner;
- Anti-nationalist propaganda pushed everywhere in the “Free World;
- The upcoming trial for the so-called “NSU Terror Cell” of which only one member survives;
- Will Beate Zschäppe break her silence when in court? Will she claim an affiliation with the Security Service;
- How the success of the euro has depended on German support from the beginning;
- The latest eurozone “solutions” being pushed by the” euro czars” and why keener minds think Greece should default and leave the zone;
- Religious circumcisers win in Berlin and New York … for the time being;
- Memorial to honor military deserters put up by Vienna’s Green Party government.