”To see who rules look to those you can’t criticize”-George Orwell
A neo-Nazi leader facing charges of online hate speech has been given permission to return to the internet in an attempt to prove that his anti-Semitic and racist comments are true.
Terry Tremaine, of Saskatchewan, Canada, faces 11 criminal charges of promoting hatred relating to web postings dating back to 2004, according to Canada’s National Post.
The former University of Saskatchewan maths lecturer’s postings referred to Jews as ‘vermin’ and ‘parasites’. He also claimed ‘Hitler was a lot nicer to the Jews than they deserved’ and ‘blacks are intellectually inferior to whites’.
Tremaine is the founder of the National-Socialist Party of Canada
‘They are holding Mr. Tremaine accountable for thousands upon thousands of thousands of statements of fact, statements of opinion, statements of mixed fact and opinion,’ Doug Christie, Tremaine’s lawyer, told the newspaper.
‘Some of them – some of them – not all of them <but> certainly some of the facts are verifiable,’ he said. ‘Consequently, there are many possible defences,’ including truth.
Good luck Terry, for the truth shall set you free~