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Monday, 8 April 2013

Michel Friedman interviews Horst Mahler

Welcome to an interview, which Michel Friedman, a Jewish-German playboy, convicted cocaine dealer and former president of the Council of Jews in Germany had for the German “Vanity Fair” with Horst Mahler in 2007. To begin with, Hr. Mahler greeted Hr. Friedman: “Heil Hitler Herr Friedman!” for which Hr. Mahler had to spend 10 months in prison. The interview is a meeting of a  “liberal” Jew with a defender of traditional German values. I will post it in portions as the whole text is 89 pages long (!) The original is HERE
Horst Mahler
“Thus you talk with Nazis”
Interview by Vanity Fair writer Michel Friedman with Germany’s chief Nazi
 by Michel Friedman (2007)
Horst Mahler was the father of the RAF (Rote Armee Fraktion – The Red Brigades, a terrorist organization – transl.). It was he who convinced Andreas Baader and Gudrun Ensslin early 70s to build a “guerrilla warfare” against the alleged fascist Germany. Today Mahler is a Nazi. As a lawyer he prevented a ban against the NPD (National Party of Germany). With his anti-Semitic theories he inspired the extreme right like no one else in Germany. If there is a link between the Left madness of that time and the Right of today, then Mahler is the key figure. (Today Horst Mahler is in jail serving a 11 year sentence for denying The Holocaust©. For a man his age this is most probably a life sentence -transl.)
We suspected that it would not be an easy conversation, as we met on the 4th October in the Munich Kempinski Airport Hotel. But we did not expect a two-hour verbal battle. Because Mahler will not talk about the RAF. He wants to talk about the Jews, who oppress his divine German Reich. About Hitler, his “savior”. And about the Holocaust, which for him never happened. Should we publish such an interview? It helps you a madman to infect others? No. Mahler belongs to Neonazis because he philosophically refines their lunacy. He represents an extreme minority. But in Saxony and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania the NPD is already sitting in the parliament.
 We publish this interview, because we believe that there has never been a better exposure of the German far Right – even when he says things that are banned in Germany: Mahler denies the Holocaust and uses the Nazi salute. (Michel Friedman filed after the interview a lawsuit against Horst Mahler as a private person, Ed)
Mahler has abstained from authorizing the text before publication. We have refrained from polishing it linguistically.
HORST MAHLER
Heil Hitler, Herr Friedman.
MICHEL FRIEDMAN
How are you?
H.M.
I’m fine. Maybe you can see it.
M.F.
When are you going back to jail?
H.M.
I do not know yet for sure. At the moment everything is open.
M.F.
How were you doing in prison?
H.M.
You know, it’s a time where you can do things that you otherwise wouldn’t do. This is very useful.
M.F.
You actually seem to have a yearning to go there again. Because you can be really productive.
H.M.
I have other desires; you are wrong.
M.F.
Well, if you’ve just said that there you can at least do things you otherwise can not do.
H.M.
Yes, that is an observation, but that does not mean I’m longing for it. I long for the German Reich and …
M.F.
Oh, I thought you might be longing for love and friendship …
and for a good book. (laughs) I just thought that you still have blood in your veins and want to enjoy life. Other things than the German Reich come to my head.
H.M.
You know, the question is what is meant by life. I understand freedom as life, and freedom of action of the German Reich belongs here. Only then will we be free again. And that is my longing.
M.F.
Oh, but you are quite free, right?
H.M.
Do you think so?
M.F.
I’ve asked a question.
H.M.
For example, when I say now: “Heil Hitler, Herr Friedman”, it will certainly be followed by a complaint to the police.
M.F.
You can be sure that it will.
H.M.
So free are we in this country.
M.F.
Okay, but you know what you are doing. The country he has no secret police or secret laws. You can decide to break the law and bear the consequences.
H.M.
This is not breaking the law, because what prohibits this is not the law. This is not the will of the German people, but a foreign rule.
M.F.
Do you recognize the Constitution (Basic Law i.e. Grundgesetz is not a real constitution – transl.)?
H.M.
No.
M.F.
Do you recognize any laws in Germany?
H.M.
Well sure, the laws of German Reich. They are currently not effective because of the foreign rule and domination.
M.F.
Who are the foreigners?
H.M.
Well, that is the Jew. Clearly. He is the master of masters in the background, right? The Jew seeks to make himself the prince over his masters. Seeks to gain world domination. It doesn’t help to morally condemn it. That’s a fact. And the question of how nations behave, whether they can put up with this or not, is for me the key question.
M.F.
Don’t you feel that you have a persecution complex, that you are paranoid?
H.M.
(laughs) Oh, no way. You see, I do not have a persecution complex – I see things as they are.

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1 comment:

  1. Great material, Del. Deanna did a show with the Shoahblogger this weekend - http://grizzom.blogspot.com/2013/04/spingola-special-20130407.html

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