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A Modest Proposal for Chancellor Merkel

Published on Saturday, October 31 2015 by Sonico

by Jett Rucker

Germany—or the German government and its taxpayers, anyway—is all things to all people, at least so far as money, weapons and even Lebensraum (living space) are concerned. While Germany was still digging itself out of its own rubble, in 1952, then-Chancellor Konrad Adenauer generously donated ongoing reparations payments to victims of the Holocaust, extracted from his surviving countrymen as they struggled to rise from their ashes. Since then, Germany’s hard-working Bundesfinanzministerium has ladled out uncounted billions of dollars’ worth of these reparations to people said to have been harmed in, during, by, or around the time of …


Against Hypocrisy and Favoritism

Published on Saturday, October 24 2015 by Sonico

Bundesministerium der Justiz und für Verbraucherschutz
Mohrenstraße 37
10117 Berlin

Dear Bundesminister Maas:

I am writing to you with a suggestion on how to deal with Holocaust Revisionism. Rather than prosecute small book publishers and individual scholars I suggest that you tackle someone in a position of authority and power and show that you are truly committed to controlling discussion on the subject.

Recently a powerful individual publicly blamed starting the Holocaust not on the Germans but on Palestinians. The headlines tell it all- Netanyahu: Hitler Didn’t Want to Exterminate the Jews Prime minister tells World Zionist Congress that Hitler only wanted to expel the Jews, …


Protecting German Consumers from too Much Tolerance

Published on Thursday, October 22 2015 by Sonico

German Federal Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection Heiko Maas has announced that Facebook must obey German law even if free speech is curtailed:

“Holocaust denial and inciting racial hatred are crimes in Germany, and it doesn’t matter if they’re posted on Facebook or uttered out in the public on the market square… Germany has zero tolerance for such expression.”


In a crafty move, Maas charged Facebook with ignoring complaints from users that “their protests on racist posts have been ignored.” Not only is Maas forcing Facebook to censor its own website but he wants Facebook to respond quickly to …


A Personal History of A Personal History of Moral Decay

Published on Tuesday, October 13 2015 by Sonico

By Chip Smith

A little over a decade ago I launched Nine-Banded Books by publishing a slender novella by Bradley R. Smith. It was called The Man Who Saw His Own Liver. I didn’t know what I was doing at the time and I still am not sure what I’m doing. I know I priced the book too high and printed too many copies. It never sold well, but that didn’t matter to me. All that mattered was that I liked the manuscript and I wanted very much for it to exist so that some few readers might discover …


The Struggle Against Vivisection

Published on Monday, October 12 2015 by Sonico

 By Hermann Goering

Translation from German by
Fred Scherbaum

“It goes against the thinking of a German, especially against the ideology of
National Socialism, to equate an animal with inanimate matter.”

Radio broadcast on August 28 1933

Since the day of the release of my decree to abolish the cruelty of vivisection, I received a flood of telegrams and letters expressing agreement and happiness that finally real steps were taken in the fight against cruelty to animals.

The sudden release of my decree was a big surprise. For years now, the fight against vivisection has been carried on. Many discussions …