If you thought the lampshades and bars of soap had been consigned to the mythology of the “Holocaust”, think again. Frenchman Alain Soral has just been sentenced to a year in prison for denying them. He did this by posting, on his website, a brief written by his lawyer, Damien Vigier, related to another case.
In the text, Viguier says the shoes and wig were a “reference to memorial sites and sites of pilgrimage” that were “brought together to stir readers’ imaginations.”
Concerning the wig, Viguier wrote “haircuts occur in all places of concentration for reasons of hygiene,” and said claims that Nazis made soap from human fat and lampshades from human skin were “war propaganda”.
As far as I’m aware, no serious historian now maintains that the stories of Jews being turned into lampshades and bars of soap were anything but fiction.
But we’ve reached the point where objective truth no longer matters.
The lawyer was also fined 5000 euros for simply writing a brief that defended his client from the charges laid against him!
On a separate charge, Soral was fined 10,000 euros for posting this image on his website. It shows a Charlie Chaplin-type figure asking “Holocaust, where are you?” with the words “Here”, “There” and “There too” coming from a shoe, a bar of soap and a lampshade. A caption also reads “Historians nonplussed”.
Soral started as a communist then progressed to the far right, eventually embracing counter-Semitism, He often pals around with Muslims with similar inclinations, like the brown comedian Dieudonné. His website, Egalité et Réconciliation, aims to effect a reconciliation between the economic agenda of the Left and the traditional values of the Right. He has run for political office and used to appear quite frequently in the media. The Jews badger him endlessly with legal complaints, which have so far resulted in 21 criminal convictions.
Jews are gloating about their latest victory over him.
The International League Against Racism and Anti-Semitism praised the ruling, saying the decision to impose a prison sentence on Soral, who has been convicted in the past, shows the “exceptional character” of the decision.
…“We will continue to prosecute Mr. Soral as long as he makes anti-Jewish remarks,” said attorney Ilana Soskin, representing the International League Against Racism and Anti-Semitism, which brought the January complaint against Soral.
Once the Jews secured laws criminalising speech, France ceased to be a free country.
Incidentally, the documentary “Soaps“, made by the Israeli, Eyal Ballas, provides a good overview of the soap myth, which is still believed by many people today, including Israelis, who perform annual ritual burials of bars of soap in an absurd ceremony designed to honour their ancestors.
Source: Diversity Macht Frei