Pro-Taliban Holocaust Denier Invited to Concentration Camp

By IAfrica
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Jun 9th, 2014
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Christoph Hörstel is a great guy. He’s a 9/11 Truther who claims that Germany lives under American Colonial Rule. He lives on unemployment benefits, like so many of his Islamic colleagues, and spends a lot of time denouncing Israel.

Hörstel was the only Western journalist in Kabul in 2001 during the fall of the Taliban. The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung called him a Taliban lobbyist.

He founded the New Center party, which flopped, and then founded a German Center party, because the problem was just in the name.

Not only is he a three time winner of the New New Center Party’s “Leader who looks most like a Nazi contest”, but he’s also in bed with Putin and then there’s his friendliness to Iran

He has spoken at the annual Al-Quds Day March in Berlin, which attracts more than 1,000 supporters of Hezbollah and Iran, and calls for the elimination of Israel.

Also he’s kinda flirted with Holocaust denial.

When someone asked about revising the Holocaust, Hörstel replied, “All in good time.”

So on the list of people you don’t invite to an event to a concentration camp, he would be high on the list. Unless you’re looking for someone to take a position in a guard tower.

German journalist Christoph Hörstel, a zealous supporter of Iran’s regime and Hezbollah and an alleged denier of the Holocaust, was invited to an event at the former Sachsenhausen concentration camp to commemorate the July 20, 1944, attempt to assassinate Hitler by German officers.

A number of the participants in the 1944 attack on Hitler were incarcerated at Sachsenhausen.

Organizers of the Sachsenhausen memorial cancelled Hörstel’s appearance the same day.

Fortunately he has plenty of appearances on Russian propaganda outlets to keep him busy.

If you can’t have a Hitler, you have to settle for an Ayatollah and a Vladimir.


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