Michael Stürzenberger may well be the most prosecuted political dissident in 21st-century Germany. He was active in Die Freiheit while it was still extant, and that made him a target for the political establishment, both at the federal level and locally in Bavaria and Munich. His weekly demonstrations against Islam in downtown Munich caused him to be attacked by Muslims, and later by Antifa. I don’t know how many times he has been prosecuted for “hate speech” — five or six, maybe? — but cases have been brought against him in Austria as well as in Germany.
In his latest interview with Vlad, Mr. Stürzenberger describes some of the recent legal and kinetic actions against him. He also talks about the left-wing violence directed against the AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany).
Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for conducting the interview and uploading the video:
For links to previous posts about Michael Stürzenberger, see the Michael Stürzenberger Archives.