The 54-year-old man was reported while riding a train in Hamburg. He was using the speech in which Hitler pledges the “destruction of world Jewry.”
Upon his arrest, police found swastika stickers and a photo of Hitler on the telephone with the words: ‘The greatest commander of all time’.
One can well understand the German prohibition given the destruction that Hitler brought on that country and the world at large. However, as always, I come down on the side of free speech in such matters. As discussed in this column, the West has increasingly engaged in restrictions on speech that constitute a growing and dangerous trend.
Source: Daily Mail.