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March 30, 2014

Holocaust Denier Fredrick Töben and changes to Racial Discrimination Act in Australia

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , , — furtherglory @ 11:05 am

Under a proposed new law in Australia, Holocaust Denier Fredrick Töben, a citizen of Australia, could not be prosecuted for “Holocaust Denial,” according to a news article, which you can read at http://www.jewishnews.net.au/new-legislation-deeply-flawed/34495

Fredrick Töben has the title “Holocaust Denier” because, many years ago, he went to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, and actually descended into the Krema II gas chamber, which is 5 feet underground.  What was he thinking!!!

Fredrick Töben descending into the Krema II gas chamber

Fredrick Töben descending into the Krema II gas chamber at Auschwitz-Birkenau

Notice that he is wearing a suit and tie. Töben is obviously trying to be respectful as he descends into the “Holy of Holies,” as the Krema II gas chamber was called by Robert Jan van Pelt.

Fredrick Töben inspects the walls of the Krema II gas chamber

Fredrick Töben inspects a wall inside the Krema II gas chamber

In the photo above, Töben has his hand on a wall inside the Krema II gas chamber, as he points out that there are no blue stains, caused by Zyklon-B gas, inside the Krema II gas chamber.

According to Germar Rudolf, who is an expert on these matters, the walls of a homicidal gas chamber should have heavy blue stains. But what does he know?

The Holocaustians say that it takes more Zyklon-B gas to kill lice than it does to kill humans, so the walls of the homicidal gas chamber should not have heavy blue stains.

Germar Rudolf inside Krema II, taking samples from the wall

Germar Rudolf inside Krema II, taking samples from the wall of the alleged gas chamber

Germar Rudolf inspecting blue stains on the outside wall of a disinfection building

Germar Rudolf inspecting blue stains on the outside wall of a disinfection building at Auschwitz-Birkenau

The photo above shows the OUTSIDE wall of a building at Auschwitz-Birkenau, which was used for disinfecting the clothing of the prisoners. Zyklon-B causes heavy blue stains, but only when it is used to kill lice, according to the Holocaustians.  I blogged about this locked building, which the Auschwitz Museum will not let tourists see, at:

https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2011/10/28/what-tour-guides-at-auschwitz-birkenau-wont-show-you/

So what does this have to do with anything?

Currently, Fredrick Töben is in the news, as the Australians grapple with the laws of “racial discrimination.”

You can read about it in this news article:

http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/breakfast/legal-expert-weighs-in-debate-anti-discrimination-debate/5345922

This quote is from the website, cited above:

Attorney General George Brandis and Deputy Opposition Leader Tanya Plibersek have clashed over whether holocaust deniers will benefit from government’s proposed changes to anti-discrimination laws.

Mr Brandis and Ms Plibersek both cited the case of Holocaust denier Frederick Tobin, who was ordered by the Federal Court to remove material from his website in 2008.

Mr Brandis defended the government’s decision to amend section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act by removing the words, to ‘offend, insult or humiliate’. Under the changes, the term ‘intimidate’ would be retained and a new provision against racial ‘vilification’ will be introduced.

So who is Fredrick Töben?  The following quote is from Wikipedia:

In 1994 he established the Adelaide Institute, which he directed until 2009. Töben and his associates at the Adelaide Institute have denied “being Holocaust deniers” in interviews conducted by Australian media, claiming they cannot deny that which never happened.[12]

On 10 October 2000, the Australian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission ruled that the Adelaide Institute should remove website material the Commission considered racial hate speech. On 17 September 2002, the Federal Court of Australia affirmed on appeal the application of Australian anti-racial hatred laws against speech on Töben’s website. It did not, however, force Töben to apologise. The ruling in Toben v Jones (2003) 129 FCR 515, was one of the first applications of Australian anti-racial hatred laws to speech against religious groups.[13][14][15]

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In 1998 Töben was imprisoned for nine months at Mannheim Prison for breaching Germany’s Holocaust Law, Section 130, that prohibits anyone from “defaming the dead”.[16]