CBC Reveals Canadian Jewish Lobby Groups Involved In & Applaud Arrest of Revisionist Monika Schaefer In Germany

CBC Reveals Canadian Jewish Lobby Groups Involved In & Applaud Arrest of Revisionist Monika Schaefer In Germany

In its story on the arrest in Germany, January 3, of Canadian revisionist Monika  Schaefer, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (January 5, 2018) revealed that the League for Human Rights (but not free speech or thought) of B’nai Brith may well have instigated Miss Schaefer’s arrest. B’nai Brith even boasted of its network of contacts in Germany: “Monika Schaefer, a Jasper woman who has denied the Holocaust ever happened, has reportedly been arrested in Germany.  Monika Schaefer was arrested in Munich earlier this month, B’nai Brith Canada, said in a statement Thursday. The Canadian-based Jewish rights advocacy group  … praised German authorities. B’nai Brith officials said the group had filed complaints against Schaefer with German officials because of her ‘anti-Semitic incitement.’ Holocaust denial is a criminal offence in Germany. Under Germany’s Incitement to Hatred laws, those found guilty of denying the Holocaust could face a maximum of five years in prison. ‘German officials should be commended for taking action against Holocaust denial,’ said Michael Mostyn, chief executive officer of B’nai Brith Canada, in a statement. ‘We will continue to work, even across borders, to ensure that racism and bigotry find no haven in Canada.'”

Every bit as much as Saudi Arabia is a theocracy that enforces Islam, post World War II Germany is a secular theocracy ruthlessly enforcing the new religion of holocaust.

Not surprisingly, according to the CBC report, another Canadian Jewish lobby  group rejoiced in the 58 year-old Alberta musician and former Green Party candidate’s arrest. “The Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center said it confirmed through the Bavarian State Police that Schaefer had been arrested on charges related to Holocaust denial. The Toronto-based …  organization, which is committed to countering racism and anti-Semitism, commended German police for the arrest. ‘Holocaust denial and revisionism continue to prevail across social media platforms in Canada and across the globe,’ Avi Benlolo, chief executive of the centre, said in an emailed statement. ‘Such perversion of the truth must be confronted through the use of the deterrent tools available under the law, as well as through education.'”

Monika Schaefer

Monika Schaefer in happier times with Green Party leader Elizabeth May. Monika was four times a Green Party candidate.



To : Christa Grace-Warrick, Editor

Island Tides newspaper

news @ islandtides.com

comic relief is an important part of politics ; latest handy example being, the irony in how the leader of the Green Party ends her ramble down memory lane, back to the Democratic convention in Chicago, 1968.* Elizabeth May says “I did get a lesson in democracy. … I learned that those with power can abuse their power. I learned that the only thing that ensures we live in a healthy democracy is constant vigilance”. Of course we all agree with that noble pronouncement – in principle! – but woe to someone who actually practices it, then has the audacity to publish her conclusion

After the president of the Green Party, Paul Estrin, used the Green Party website for siding with one faction in the conflict in old Palestine, Monika Shaefer – one of the founders of that Party – started thinking for herself and getting the facts about the foundational myth of the Israeli ethnic nation-state. That was bad enough, but – naif that she was – she expressed her opinion about what she’d learned!!. When the video of her epiphany went viral, Elizabeth May did her impression of Leslie Gore belting-out a tune from the same era = “it’s my Party! ” … and I’ll fly into a tizzy if I want to.

Fade out to the sound of Elvis Costello singing : “I used to be disgusted. Now I just try to be amused”

Gordon S Watson

Justice Critic, Party of Citizens Who Have Decided To Think For Ourselves & Be Our Own Politicians

Frederick Fromm's photo.