Discharge for German Military "Disputers"
"Thoughtcrime does not entail death: thoughtcrime IS death."
Members of the German military who dispute the "official" Holocaust story are now liable for dishonorable discharge, Germany's Federal Administrative Court recently ruled. Such views constitute a "breach of loyalty," the court declared.
The ruling came in the case of a naval officer who told cadets that the story of systematic mass extermination of Jews by the Third Reich is not true.
Adapted from: German Information Center, The Week in Germany, Nov. 23, 1990.
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|Title:||Discharge for German Military "Disputers", ThoughtCrime: 11/23/90|
|Sources:||German Information Center, The Week in Germany, Nov. 23, 1990|
|First posted on CODOH:||June 29, 1996, 7 p.m.|