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Free Speech Ruling in Spain - Is there Hope Yet for Truth in Europe? Now Free Sylvia Stolz!

This article is originally from the

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National Journal, first published: 09/06/2011

"The Day in Madrid when the Revolution for Human Rights was put into motion."

Das Schaufenster der KALKI-Buchandlung in Barcelona. Jetzt legal.

Kalki book store window, now legal in Spain.

On June 3, 2011 the Spanish Supreme Court in Madrid ruled that, disseminating NS Ideology and disputing the so-called Holocaust, is no longer an offense. Prosecution is prohibited, even if disputing the "Holocaust" is of direct relevance to the dissemination of NS-Ideology.

The presiding Judge, Dr. Adolfo Prego, clearly condemned the prosecution: "Advocating an ideology is not punishable no matter which ideology is involved."

In order to put a stop to arbitrary German style persecution, even the most tasteless expressions such as "the Germans had every reason to burn/gas the Jews," or "why did they not burn the Jews alive together with the deceased?", or "pure Blacks are culturally and socially on the lowest rung of the ladder", are no longer subject to persecution and punishment. Judge Dr. Adolfo Prego abhors such comments, however, he does not deem them punishable, as this would open the door to random prosecution of any opinion expressed. Such pronouncements are only subject to prosecution when they are expressed with a call for violence. This ruling of the Supreme Court in Madrid could eventually enter the history books as the inception of human rights revolution in Europe.