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Tuesday, 15 February 2011

New date for Wilders' trial (Netherlands)

The trial of PVV leader Geert Wilders on discrimination and inciting hatred charges will resume on March 14 when his lawyer Bram Moszkowicz will restate his opening remarks to the Amsterdam court, news agency ANP reports.

The public prosecutor will respond two days later.

During the original trial, prosecutors called for Wilders to be acquitted, but groups who forced the prosecution in the first place are pressing for the new trial to continue.

The court is expected to decide whether the case should continue or be abandoned on March 30, says ANP.

Dutch News

Simon Wiesenthal Centre's most-wanted Nazi charged

The man topping the Simon Wiesenthal Centre's most-wanted Nazi list has been charged by Hungarian prosecutors for war crimes related to the massacre of hundreds of people in wartime Yugoslavia.

Hungarian Sandor Kepiro, now 97, was charged with being "complicit in the execution of four innocent civilians in the town of Novi Sad between 21 and 23 January, 1942, as the commander of a patrol".

An estimated 1,200 Jews, gipsies and Serbs died in the massacre that was led by Nazi Germany's Hungarian allies in retaliation for operations carried out by Yugoslav partisans. Families were rounded up and shot on the banks of the River Danube or thrown alive into the frozen river after soldiers had fired into the ice to break it up.

The Wiesenthal Centre claims that Mr Kepiro helped organise the Novi Sad massacre, and the centre listed him in first place last year on its list of ten most-wanted Nazis.

In 1944 and 1946 Hungary's communist courts found him guilty of involvement in the slaughter, but by then he had fled to Argentina.

Mr Kepiro returned to Budapest in 1996, and has always protested his innocence. He claims that he worked as a policeman involved in rounding people up but never took part in executions.

The Telegraph

White Terrorist Ignored by MSM

Admin: Although we have reported previously on the attempted bombing of one America’s largest mosques that occurred in January 2011, this video report is well worth watching as it asks the valid question.

Why is White terrorism being ignored? 

Video originally posted by the You Tube user TheAlyonaShow

Fury as 'anti-Semitic' banker is invited to speak at LSE (UK)

A German banker who has said "all Jews share a certain gene" and described Muslims as "dunces" will speak tonight at the London School of Economics amid a row over free speech.

Anti-facist campaigners vowed to demonstrate outside the LSE during Thilo Sarrazin's appearance in a debate on multiculturalism. The former executive member of the Bundesbank caused outrage in Germany last year with his comments, in which he also attacked Basques. He was removed from the country's central bank and raked down by the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, who called him "stupid".

Jewish groups in London warned yesterday that allowing Mr Sarrazin a platform in Britain would be "provocative and almost certain to stir further hatred and offence". He also labelled Germany's Middle Eastern population "dunces" and attacked Muslims for not integrating well. Mr Sarrazin is due to appear as a speaker in a debate as part of the German Symposium event organised by the German Society at LSE.

Sabby Dhalu, the joint secretary of Unite Against Fascism, called for Mr Sarrazin to be banned from the UK. "There is grotesque double standards in the implementation of bans on people entering Britain. There is no doubt that a known Muslim spouting similar views would be denied entry," she said.

"LSE's German society's invitation to Thilo Sarrazin to address their 'Future of Germany' meeting is misguided and ill-judged. The title and invitation imply that Sarrazin is the future. I wonder how many Jewish and Muslim German people agree with him? Such vile, racist, anti-Semitic and Islamophobic views have no place in Britain, Germany or any other country."

The Symposium's organisers defended the decision to invite Mr Sarrazin, whose book, Deutschland schafft sich ab (Germany does away with itself), has outraged many in Germany. Eva Gorenflo, a spokesman for the LSE German society, said: "Everybody should be allowed to express what they think and it is important that Mr Sarrazin be allowed to do that. "The speakers are going to have an open debate. It would be difficult to have a debate if everyone already agreed with each other. People will be given the opportunity to ask questions. I didn't know they were planning to protest. We are hoping that everything runs smoothly. Those people are allowed to express their opinions and they are welcome to join the debate as well. As Benjamin Franklin said: 'Without freedom of thought, there is no such thing as wisdom'."

The LSE supported the society's decision to invite Mr Sarrazin. A spokesman said: "LSE is committed to the principles of free speech and is, traditionally, a place where renowned speakers come to explain their thinking and answer questions. Students are free to hold and express their own views and this extends to organising events."

A Home Office spokesman refused to comment on any individual cases. Theresa May, the Home Secretary, has the power to ban anyone from the country whose presence is not considered conducive to the public good but Mr Sarrazin's entry to Britain is not thought to have been barred.

The Independant

Heroin Smuggling Case Nets 5 Arrests (USA)

 Five members of a white supremacist gang based in Yuba County have been arrested in connection with a drug-smuggling case, Attorney General Kamala Harris said Monday.

Members of the New Order gang were smuggling heroin into Susanville State Prison in the glue strips of letters mailed to inmates with ties to the gang, according to drug agents.

Harris said the New Order gang was founded in the Yuba City area 30 years ago to promote white supremacy.

"One of the founders was George William Lancaster, considered the godfather of the white supremacist movement in Yuba County," Harris said in a news release.

Lancaster was arrested Monday in the case. In addition, Robert Harold Boyd, of Yuba County; Elissia Danielle Soito, of Marysville; Benjamin Leon Andrade, of Yuba City; and Mickey Ray Jeffrey, of Yuba City; were arrested and are being held in the Yuba County Jail.

Harris said a joint investigation was launched in November after a prison guard noticed a suspicious envelope sent to inmate Robin Conley Briggs, a member of the New Order gang. Investigators said analysis of the envelope's glue strip at a state Department of Justice laboratory confirmed that it was laced with heroin.

Investigators said they intercepted two more envelopes containing heroin sent to Briggs and inmate Scotty William Brendlin, a fellow New Order member, in late January.

Investigators said the glue strips contained almost a gram of heroin, which is worth about $500 inside prison -- or five times its street value.

"According to arrest documents, the drug shipments were used as barter or to curry favor with other white supremacist inmates from groups such as the Aryan Nation or Nazi Low Riders," Harris said in a news release.