Günter Deckert, a long-time Nationalist leader in Germany and friend of Holocaust Revisionism. Günter was born at Heidelberg in 1940. His father was killed as a soldier in the war. Günter was a successful and much-respected teacher before he was forced out of that profession because of his political views. He previously served five years in a German Federal prison in the 1990's for violation of Section 130 -- a so-called "speech crime." Günter Deckert is a husband, father and grandfather.
Here in his own words is Günter Deckert's description of the reasons for his new incarceration: "My “crime” this time… I made it possible that Carlo Mattogno´s Auschwitz – The First Gassings (Italian version 1992, English version 2002) could finally be published in German, too, in 2007. "
We at Christogenea think that it is pitiful, that German men and women are not taking to the public squares in order to defend the right to free speech in Germany.