Ernst Günter Kögel





Remember POW Günter Kögel and how Horst Mahler organised a farewell party that on 14 November 2004 saw about 100 supporters accompany Kögel to prison?





...the 78-year old man has already spent 8 months of his 15 months prison sentence -
has now received new charges while in prison.

He has been charged for not deleting text from his publication, Deutschenland – Schrift für neue Ordnung,  

Justizvollzugsanstalt Remscheid
Masurenstraße 27
D-42899 Remscheid

Now this POW  has been charged with new allegations while serving time:

1. - not deleting from his Internet site published material -  D 3/4 - 01 - this matter has not been the subject of any court proceedings; 

2. - using the concept "talmudic lie' in his publication D 11/12 - 03;

3. - defence arguments used in an earlier appeal hearing at Landgericht Wuppertal have given rise to further criminal charges.
Horst Mahler asks everyone to skip grandmother's birthday and be there in court on


11 August 2005, at 9.00 am,


at the Landgericht court house


 Alleestraße 119,


42853 Remscheid, Germany.

He advises that unless Germans become active, the situation will not change/develop in Germany.




From: Walter Mueller

Sent: Friday, July 29, 2005 11:55 AM



Good news comes from the Supreme Court of Germany, which ruled that in the case of three "neo-Nazis", accused of violating the statutes of the Constitution, using special greetings from the Third Reich, for example, the Hitler Youth used: "Blut und Ehre" (blood and honor), and the Waffen SS used: "Unsere Ehre heisst Treue" (our honor is named faithfulness) was not a violation of the Constitution.

However, the use of nationalist monikers or insignias is illegal, the County Court of Karlsruhe found. Under these laws, the three "neo-Nazis" were found guilty and were sentenced to six months probation and a fine

SPIEGEL ONLINE - 28. Juli 2005, 12:51

Neonazi-Parole "Ruhm und Ehre der Waffen-SS" erlaubt

Die öffentliche Verwendung der Parole "Ruhm und Ehre der Waffen-SS" ist nach einem Urteil des Bundesgerichtshofs in Karlsruhe nicht strafbar. Der BGH sprach drei Neonazis frei, die einen abgewandelten Spruch der NS-Mördertruppe auf dem Anrufbeantworter ihres "Nationalen Infotelefons" hatten.

Beliebter Spruch der rechtsextremen Szene, NPD-Demo

(Archiv): "Ruhm und Ehre ... "  Karlsruhe - Die drei Mitglieder der Kameradschaft Karlsruhe hatten einen Text verfasst, der auf dem sogenannten Nationalen Infotelefon Karlsruhe für jedermann und zu jederzeit abhörbar war. Unter anderem dort wurde am Ende die Grußformel "Ruhm und Ehre der Waffen-SS" verwendet. Bei dieser Grußformel handelt es sich um eine abgewandelte Wortschöpfung: Die Waffen-SS hatte die Formel "Unsere Ehre heißt Treue"; die Hitler-Jugend verwendete die Parole "Blut und Ehre".

Der 3. Strafsenat des BGH entschied jetzt, dass die Parole "Ruhm und Ehre der Waffen-SS" den
nationalsozialistischen Grußformen nicht zum Verwechseln ähnlich sei. Laut BGH fällt der Gebrauch einer Fantasieparole, die von NS-Organisationen nie verwendet wurde, nicht unter das Verbot des Verwendens von Kennzeichen verfassungswidriger Organisationen. Nur dies könne mit einer Geldstrafe oder Freiheitstrafe von bis zu drei Jahren geahndet werden.

Das Landgericht Karlsruhe hatte die drei Neonazis dagegen wegen der Verwendung nationalsozialistischer Kennzeichen zu einem halben Jahr Freiheitsstrafe mit Bewährung beziehungsweise Geldstrafen verurteilt.

Aktenzeichen: Bundesgerichtshof 3 StR 60/05


----- Original Message -----

Sent: Tuesday, July 26, 2005 3:10 AM
Subject: Israeli Musician Defends Zundel the Holocaust Denier: "Let Zundel talk he has something to tell us"


Ex-Israeli and Famous Musician Defends Zundel the Holocaust Revisionist Now Serving Time in German Jail for 'Thought Crimes'.

Gilad Atzmon was born in Israel and served in the Israeli military. He is the author of the new novel A Guide to the Perplexed. Atzmon is also one of the most accomplished jazz saxophonists in Europe. His new CD, Exile, was just named the year's best jazz CD by the BBC. He now lives in London and can be reached at:

July 25, 2005

I must admit that I am involved with the Pls solidarity movement for more than a few years and I find it shocking that it is always 'socialist Jews' who try to decide who has the right to talk and who must be silenced. I ask myself what stands behind this clear tendency to dominate every possible discourse......

This 'freedom of speech' issue is one big nonsense!!! In fact, I want to hear Netanyahu as much as I want to hear Zundel. If you want to win you better know your enemy inside out! I must admit that I learned a lot from reading Netanyahu and Zundel is on my future reading list. Following what I read so far about Zundel, he has something to tell us about WW2. Whether we adopt his political view is a different issue. And I assume that no one on this list is an antisemite or a fascist.

Clearly, my take on the subject is very simple, let everyone talk freely. Let Netanyahu talk, let Zundel talk, let people make up their minds.

We have nothing to be afraid of, Justice is in our side.


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