Feb. 17, 2014
Fredrick Töben of Adelaide, Australia talks about the German-Jewish relationship and his experience with German law courts. Imprisoned three times for variations of “holocaust denial,” he is the author of several books, including Fight or Flight: The Personal face of Revisionism(2003), 40 Days in Tehran (2007), 50 Days in Gaol (2009), and Arbeit Macht Frei (2010). Other highlights:
- Revisionist Gerd Ittner is imprisoned in Bayreuth, Germany and can see the Opera House from his prison window;
- Toben’s letter in response to Joe Gandleman’s claim that the Internet makes “holocaust denial” too easy;
- Richard Wagner‘s Germanic world view cannot be contained or controlled by Jewish futile charges of “racist” and “anti-Semitic”;
- Toben also responds to Robert Zaretsky’s article in The Forward about Martin Heidegger and his “problematic” National Socialist beliefs – were they real or opportunistic;
- Heidegger’s “Black Notebooks” (Schwarzen Hefte) will be published in Germany in March and some leaked phrases are already causing disturbance: Was he anti-Semitic? (horrors).
Gerd Ittner's prison address: JVA St. George; Markgiafon[?] allee 49; D-95448 Bayreuth, Germany