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Jew Hater David Duke now living in Austria – owns birdwatching business

Posted in cults, Hate, Israel, Israeli, Jewish History, News, Online racism, racism, Uncategorized, World News with tags , , on May 13, 2009 by Michael Burks

Mr Duke, who has previously denied Adolf Hitler used gas chambers in the holocaust, has rented a house by the Zeller lake near the city.

Local Green Party politician Karl Oellinger said Mr Duke roamed the Austrian Alps taking snaps of birds and wildlife and selling them on the internet.

“He’s registered as living in Salzburg and although I can’t check official files I have it on good information he has lived there for four or five years,” he said.

“The Austrian police have known he’s been here all along. Apparently he can live here unchallenged as he travels to other countries to help the far-right movement.”

Mr Duke was recently deported from the neighbouring Czech Republic after promoting one of his books in Prague.

But Government officials have said he is free to stay in Austria as long as he does not break any local laws.

Alexander Marakovits, Interior Minister spokesman, said: “As a US citizen he can, as a tourist, stay three months at a time without a visa. And currently there is no evidence of criminal acts.”

Mr Duke said he lived a quiet life in Austria: “I’m not in Austria for any political activities. I just come to Austria to relax – the mountains are beautiful. The Austrian Alps are just beautiful. There’s beauty all over the world.

“I’m a writer, photographer, a speaker, I do all sorts of things.”

British historian David Irving was jailed in Austria for almost a year for “glorifying and identifying with the German Nazi Party” under the Verbotsgesetz law in 2006.

Neo-Nazis protest over David Duke’s arrest – they should be arrested also

Posted in Hate, Israel, Israeli, Jewish History, News, racism, Uncategorized, World News with tags , , on April 30, 2009 by Michael Burks


Roughly 70 neo-Nazis protested today in front of the Czech Interior Ministry against the detention of former Ku Klux Klan head David Duke and his deportation from the Czech Republic. The American was due to lecture in the country over the weekend, but police arrested and deported him. Outgoing Czech Human Rights and Minorities Minister Michael Kocáb said today that Duke’s opinions are dangerous and praised the police procedure taken against him.

“We want to draw attention to the case of Mr David Duke, who was detained and charged for a crime which in our opinion he did not commit,” Filip Vávra explained when asked what today’s demonstration was about. Vávra is connected to the neo-Nazi movement Národní odpor (“National Resistance”), which invited the American to the Czech Republic. Vávra added that they were protesting against using the police to achieve political objectives. At the demonstration, Vávra collected money from neo-Nazis for legal aid for the former Ku Klux Klan boss. Adam Berčík of the Dělnická strana (“Workers’ Party”) also spoke. Our correspondents tell us that other members of the extremist Workers’ Party such as Martin Zbela, Patrik Vondrák, Petr Fryč and Lucie Šlégrová, also attended the march, .

Up to 70 right-wing radicals marched towards the center of town. They originally wanted to march through Letenský sady, across the river on Čechův most and then on to either the Old Town Square or Wenceslaus Square. However, in the end they had to choose a different route, as according to Prague police spokesperson Ján Mikulovský their original march would have brought them too close to the former Jewish town.

In the end, the neo-Nazis marched up Revoluční třída to Můstek, where they ended their demonstration shortly before 15:30. On the way they shouted slogans such as “Freedom of speech”, “The Czech Republic is a police state” and “David Duke is a political prisoner”. According to Mikulovský, the police had no reason to intervene against them. Police monitored the entire protest; special riot units were on guard in front of the ministry and officials from the Prague Town Hall observed the demonstration as well.

The gathering was not announced, which means whoever convened it committed a misdemeanor. According to Mikulovský, however, it is very difficult to determine who convened the gathering. “Now we are evaluating whether the speakers committed misdemeanors or felonies,” he said. Speaking before the demonstration he stated that the police intended to intervene only if the law on assembly or the law on the public promotion of opinions supporting movements aimed at suppressing human rights were violated.

Duke was detained and charged with this latter crime. According to the police and other experts, Duke denies the Holocaust in his recent book, “My Awakening”.

“This is a person who would contribute toward enhancing the Czech neo-Nazis’ ideological background,” Kocáb warned on the Czech Television program “Václav Moravec’s Questions”. In Kocáb’s view, the procedure taken against Duke was correct.

Duke’s book has been published in Czech translation by Kontingent Press. The publishing house has been involved in several other controversial enterprises before, and Deputy Police Director Jiří Houba would not rule out criminal prosecution of the publisher today. The police have been researching the text all month. “We must concern ourselves with the circumstances under which the book was published and that is relatively more difficult,” Houba said on “Václav Moravec’s Questions”.

Suit and tie Neo-Nazi arrested – con-man should be put away for life

Posted in Hate, Israel, Israeli, Jewish History, News, racism, Uncategorized, World News with tags , , , on April 30, 2009 by Michael Burks



A former U.S. Ku Klux Klan chief was arrested Friday in a Prague restaurant while he was on a speaking tour here, Czech police said. Former Grand Wizard of the Louisiana-founded Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, David Duke, was arrested on suspicion of promoting movements seeking the suppression of human rights, police spokesman Jan Mikulovsky told local media.

The arrest, in a tourist area of picturesque old Prague, took place in “quite confused” circumstances, said David Janda, the head of an anti-extremism unit of the city’s police force.

Janda said Duke—who had been due to give three lectures in the Czech Republic—was guarded at the restaurant’s entrance by militants belonging to a known far-right group “Narodni Odpor,” which means national resistance.

Duke, a U.S. citizen, is suspected of denying or approving of the Holocaust and other Nazi crimes, according to the CTK news agency. This crime is punishable by up to three years in prison in the Czech Republic.

Czech Interior Minister Ivan Langer and Human Rights and Minorities Minister Michael Kocab had each expressed disapproval of the visit earlier in the week.

The Ku Klux Klan was founded in 1866 by a group of Civil War veterans from the defeated Confederacy, a group of southern states that upheld slavery and maintained African Americans were inferior to whites.

It is notorious the world over for terrorising black Americans through lynchings, cross burnings and other hate crimes.

The group enjoyed a peak membership of about five million in 1925, including politicians and even a member of the U.S. Supreme Court.

But the Klan went into virtual bankruptcy as early as the late 1920s and since the late 1970s, its membership has varied between 3,000 and 6,000.