Reblogged from source.
– by Monika Schaefer, 08 Sept 2016.
~ Exercising My Human Right to Speak Freely!
There is one event in our history which appears to be off-limits to discuss, debate, ask questions, investigate, or ask for evidence. That event is the so-called “Holocaustᵀᴹ”. It has become a belief system, and if you dare to speak something contrary to this belief system, beware! You may encounter “ritual defamation”. You may be viewed as a heretic. Facts become irrelevant; the main objective is that you are punished severely for going against the stream. I have been experiencing ritual defamation in my home town of Jasper, Canada, population 5000. I am the perfect candidate for defamation, in that I have lived here most of my life and have been an active community member, which makes me locally well-known. Some of the elements of ritual defamation are shunning, ostrasizing, shaming, cutting off income, and character assassination.
A strange type of response that I get from many people, is that this topic of #Holocaustᵀᴹ is “off limits” for them, even if they tell me they respect my right to freedom of speech. They tell me outright that they will not discuss or debate this issue, end of story. They refuse to look at any evidence, book, video, or hear any argument from me about why and how I have reached my conclusions. Is this reasonable? Is there any other part of our history which is treated in this way? The unique hold of the #Holocaustᵀᴹ narrative on people’s psyche is what causes me to view it as the new religion of the masses.
Recently I was invited by the Canadian Association for Free Expression to go to Toronto to speak about my experience – how I came to my conclusions on the #Holocaustᵀᴹ , and the aftermath of posting my “Sorry Mom, I was wrong about the #Holocaustᵀᴹ” video. There I met many people with interesting stories of their own, for example, there were several expellees from the eastern former territories of Germany.
Millions of Germans were expelled from those eastern European lands at the end of the war in 1945 in the largest forced migration in all of recorded history. Many were put into camps. It is estimated that 3 million died along the way, either of exposure, starvation, or outright murder. Many were raped and tortured. Where are the monuments to those victims? And why is this part of our history omitted or barely mentioned in school? I certainly never knew about it until very recently. But I do remember learning in school about the evil Germans making soap, lampshades and shrunken heads out of the bodies of Jews, all admitted and proven lies. It has become perfectly acceptable in our society to denigrate the religions of Christianity or Islam, but going against “the #Holocaustᵀᴹ ” has severe consequences, including incarceration. Many European countries have laws which make peaceful expression against the official narrative of the #Holocaustᵀᴹ illegal. Canada does not have explicit laws against “#Holocaustᵀᴹ denial”, but Ernst Zundel was jailed for just that under the notorious hate-speech laws, so in effect, it is illegal to deny the holocaust in Canada. Only lies need to be protected by laws. The truth stands on its own. Is it not possible to have open debate on the #Holocaustᵀᴹ ? What are they hiding?
FREEDOM OF SPEECH IN CANADA IS UNDER ATTACK! CANADIAN PUBLISHER FACING JAIL FOR POLITICAL WRITINGS NOW PURSUING A CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE TO CANADA’S NOTORIOUS “HATE PROPAGANDA” LEGISLATION!
An extremely important court case is coming up soon. Arthur Topham, publisher of radicalpress.com “digging to the root of the issues since 1998”, will be in the Quesnel Court during the week of October 3 to 7, 2016. This case to repeal the Orwellian hate-speech laws is important for all of us, for our freedom of speech. Who decides what is “hate” speech? If we are only free to express politically correct views, then we do not have freedom of speech, period. Without freedom of speech, we do not have a functioning democracy. Instead, we have tyranny.
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