June 21, 2014
A Dutch man is being prosecuted in Holland for owning and selling the greatest book ever written, Mein Kampf.
In the controversial case about the owner of the Totalitarian Art Gallery in Amsterdam, who kept and sold Adolf Hitler’s autobiographical Nazi manifesto ‘Mein Kampf’, the Public Prosecution Authority (OM) has decided to prosecute Michiel van Eyck.
The book’s contents are hurtful towards Jewish people, and breeds hate, discrimination and violent acts towards the Jewish community, the OM says. In The Netherlands, spreading by selling Mein Kampf is illegal if the seller can reasonably say that it is hurtful, or inciting hate, discrimination and violent acts.
Police have seized the stocks of the book. It was a Jew federation that filed the charges against him. They don’t want the goyim knowing that is in this book.
This is your freedom, goyim. Do not hurt feelings, or you shall pay.