March 23, 2010
Carolyn Yeager interviews Günter Deckert. Topics include:
- Germany’s political parties and the recent furor over Hermann Dierkes
- The German “constitution”
- The meaning of “nationalism”
- Guenter’s new book [see below for info]
About Günter Deckert
Günter Deckert is a well-known German nationalist from the historic Heidelberg area of Baden-Württemberg, he led the National Democratic Party of Germany from 1991 to 1996. In April 1995, after being persecuted with political trials, he was sentenced to two years in prison without probation. While in prison, he was charged with “incendiarism” again because of a letter he wrote from prison and was sentenced to two more years, plus 3 months. Thus, he knows well the judicial system of Germany.
Info on new book
German title: Die Mannheimer Ketzerprozesse (§ 130 – Volksverhetzung / Holo…) gegen Ernst Zündel, Germar Rudolf und Sylvia Stolz 2005 – 2009.
[English translation: The Mannheimer Heretical Trials (§ 130 German penal code: incitement to public uproar / Holo...) against Ernst Zündel, Germar Rudolf and Sylvia Stolz, 2005–2009]
304 pages, soft cover, 21 € (shipping overseas) + 4 € = 25 €
The documentation also contains an update of § 130 (latest High Court decision of November 2009), the text of § 130, a press review, some pages (158 – 161) in English, TBR March/April 2007, pp. 46-49, “warrant” of Günter Deckert / English translation can be gotten from James M. Damon (JamesMDamon@yahoo.com)
To order: Write Guenter.Deckert@gmx.de or send money (Euros or sum in USD) to Guenter Deckert at Pf. 100 245, (D) 69442 Weinheim/B. (Pf = Postfach or P.O.Box)
13 MB / 32 kbps mono / 0 hour 56 min.