ESW in Warsaw: What Happened to Free Speech for German Journalists?

Today is the first day of this year’s OSCE conference in Warsaw. The agenda for this afternoon’s working session was:

Fundamental freedoms I, including:

  • Freedom of expression, free media and information

Below is the intervention read by Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff, representing Bürgerbewegung Pax Europa. Her intervention specifically refers to the recent hate-speech conviction of the German journalist Michael Stürzenberger.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video:

For links to previous articles about the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, see the OSCE Archives.

One thought on “ESW in Warsaw: What Happened to Free Speech for German Journalists?

  1. Trough a. merkel and her criminal gang, the nazis have emerged again, under the misleading name of cdu, the sooner germans flash mob together in large enough numbers and overwelm merkel at her place of hiding, like n. Ceacescu in romania, germans and all of us have duty to overthrow the merkel regime and her brownshirts, germans need to get armed to the teeth now,
    Before they can get to the halting, mass internment and deportation of millions of islamic invaders savages, germans must get to merkel, her cronies, and take on the traitor police and security thugs she uses to maintain her grip.

    She is 65?? Her are days numbered, she and any persin who is supporting tnis evil satanic mass murderer afe the walking dead.

    Bring it on….

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