Michael Stürzenberger is a popular German Islam-critic and a dogged opponent of the Munich mega-mosque. According to Egri Nök, his supporters in Germany fondly call him “Stürzi”.
Last summer Mr. Stürzenberger was convicted and sentenced to six months in prison for posting a photo of a Nazi official and the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem on his Facebook page. Earlier this month his conviction was overturned by an appeals court.
And last Friday he had his day in court yet again, this time for referring to fake refugees as “asylum parasitics” in a speech in Duisburg. He was convicted and fined €2,400 for his “hate speech”. If I understand him correctly, he was also sentenced to nine months in jail, but suspended on condition that he cease his Islam-criticism.
Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for conducting this interview:
By linking to Bitchute I was able to watch this wonderful video.
I wonder if like me you had a sense of déjà vu? Reading your site feels like the old days in the 80s with my Hungarian wife and I would sit in cafés in Budapest. People would come in and quietly distribute home copied samizdat news telling us what was really happening in the world.
You are part of the modern samizdat for the EUSSR.
Thank you from a fellow dissident.
Yes, we are dissidents. And, yes, a lot of our European material is the digital equivalent of samizdat.
It’s relatively easy being a dissident in the USA. My views have no chance of being aired in the mainstream media, but I don’t have to worry about being hauled away by security police in the middle of the night for expressing them. It’s not that bad here — not yet.
But in Europe it’s a different story, especially in Britain and Germany. Michael Stürzenberger is relentlessly hounded by the legal system, simply for stating his opinions about Islam in a clear, forthright, public manner. And you can bet that the legacy media in Germany are not reporting fairly on what’s happening to him — if they even deign to report on him at all.
So the video interview above is indeed a form of samizdat. Please spread it by whatever method works for you — email, Twitter, Facebook, etc. Because otherwise the true story will never be told.
For links to previous posts about Michael Stürzenberger and Die Freiheit in Munich, see the Michael Stürzenberger Archives.