Interview with Mr Christoph Wimmer-Kleikamp Radio SBS
[Special Broadcasting Service =
government-run multicultural radio and television station]
11am, 3 January 2005 - to be
broadcast on Tuesday, 4 January 2005 at 8pm
Dr Claus Nordbruch, in typical
arrives on time at SBS
Flinders Street, Melbourne.
Christoph Wimmer-Kleikamp interviews Dr
Claus Nordbruch in the Melbourne SBS studio. Mr Wimmer-Kleikamp gently asked Dr
Nordbruch critical questions that aimed to indict Dr Nordbruch as a
'right wing' 'neo-Nazi', which badly failed.
Before the interview Mr Wimmer-Kleikamp
had indicated that he would be very pleased to also interview Dr Töben
because he was "the leading Holocaust Revisionist in Australia".
Wimmer-Kleikamp's final question to Dr Nordbruch attempted to elicit from
Nordbruch a reason why he associated with Töben. The formulation of
Wimmer-Kleikamp's question to Nordbruch smacked of contempt for the
At the end of the Nordbruch interview, Christoph Wimmer-Kleikamp advised Dr
Töben that suddenly he had no time to interview Töben. So much for
Wimmer-Kleikamp's moral and intellectual
The controversial right-wing author Dr. Claus Nordbruch claims he
is fighting for "Freedom of Speech in Germany". But is he really
just campaigning for ideas close to Neo-Fascism and other extreme
He denies it, but that's what the German authorities and most of
the mainstream press continue to argue. Now the alleged "forethinker
of the right-wing cause" came on a lecture tour to Australia.
Christoph Wimmer-Kleikamp confronted the German-born South
African author with some critical questions about the things he
has written, said and done. (In German)