“Je suis le bouc.” L.-F. Céline
By Michael Hoffman
(We have added a brief “In Memoriam” video at the end. Ed.)
Ernst Zündel (above, right), with his attorney, Dr. Herbert Schaller, March 1, 2010,
just moments after he emerged from Mannheim prison for the first time in five years.
Ernst Zündel died of heart failure on August 5 at his ancestral home in the Black Forest region of southwestern Germany, near Pforzheim, one day before the anniversary of the atomic holocaust in the city of Hiroshima, Japan. He was 78. He passed away seven years and five months after having served seven years in confinement in Canadian and German prisons for thought crimes committed as a publisher, broadcaster and protestor. To make the inquisition against this German human rights activist palatable to the public, his “crime” is monotonously described as “inciting hatred for years with anti-Semitic activities.” Read More