Brutal censorship in Germany: Our website blocked because of copy / paste
Our website Noch.info was blocked on 22.11.2017. Without warning and without explanation! The only answer from the hosting provider (Noch.info was hosted at a server in Germany), was this cut screenshot, which stands as title picture and a couple of words, that the order came from the German Datacenter *******. As you can see in the picture, it’s about an article posted on 05.October 2016, over 1 year ago.
The mentioned article is : “RED ALERT! Preparations for genocide in Germany 2017 “. The original article was published on 26.September 2016, or 8 days earlier in a blog. The author is the whistleblower Dr. Austeja Emilija Dominykas. The post is still live online: A Whistleblower reveals: The Preparations for a Genocide in Germany 2017 (UPDATE). It predates our reshare with 8 days!!!
We have become targets for punishment and subjects of brutal censorship by the German government only for copy-pasting an article with source+link 8 days after the original appeared online. Fortunately, we are not German citizens, in vain would the police knock on our door and arrest us for copy-pasting. We either translate our articles from English, Russian and Bulgarian, or from time to time we copy and repost messages from other websites. At the end of each post is always the original source with link to it. Our question: Is the translation with relation to the original source or copy + paste with source and link punishable in Germany? It seems YES! It looks like Orwell’s “1984” is one of the favorite to the german politicians.
Look at this Law, which has taken the freedom of speech from the German people:
§ 130 rabble-rousing
(1) Whoever is in a manner likely to disturb public peace,
1. incite hatred, incitement to violence or arbitrary measures against a national, racial, religious or ethnic group, against sections of the population or against an individual because of their affiliation with a group or part of the population; or
2. attacking the human dignity of others by abusing, maliciously scorning or slandering a group, parts of the population or an individual for belonging to a group or part of the population mentioned above,
is punished with imprisonment of three months to five years.
(2) Imprisonment of up to three years or a fine shall punish who
1. circulates, makes available or makes available to a person under the age of eighteen a font (§ 11 (3)) a document (§ 11 (3)) which confers or makes accessible (paragraph 11 (3))
(a) incite hatred towards a group referred to in paragraph 1, point 1, against sections of the population or against an individual because of their affiliation with a group referred to in paragraph 1 (1) or with part of the population;
(b) calls for acts of violence or arbitrary measures against persons or majorities referred to in subparagraph (a); or
(c) attack the human dignity of persons or majorities referred to in point (a) by being abused, maliciously scorned or defamed;
2. makes available to a person under the age of eighteen years or publicly known the content referred to in paragraphs 1 (a) to (c) by means of radio or telemedia; or
3. Produces, obtains, supplies, holds in stock, offers, solicits or undertakes to insert or export this document (paragraph 11 (3)) of the content referred to in paragraphs 1 (a) to (c), to or out of it within the meaning of point 1 or 2 or allow another person to make such use.
(3) A person shall be punished by imprisonment of up to five years or by a fine who publicly commits an act committed under the rule of National Socialism of the kind specified in Section 6 (1) of the International Criminal Code in a manner likely to disturb public peace or endorse, deny, or downplay in a gathering.
(4) A prisoner of imprisonment of up to three years or a fine is punished who, in public or in a meeting, disturbs the public peace in a way that offends the dignity of the victims by sanctioning, glorifying or justifying the National Socialist regime of violence and despotism.
(5) 1 (2) (1) and (3) shall also apply to a document (§ 11 (3)) of the content referred to in paragraphs 3 and 4. 2 Paragraph 2 (2) also penalizes those who make available a content referred to in paragraphs 3 and 4 by means of radio or telemedia to a person under the age of eighteen or to the public.
(6) In the cases referred to in paragraph 2 numbers 1 and 2, also in conjunction with paragraph 5, the attempt is punishable.
(7) In the cases of paragraph 2, also in connection with paragraph 5, and in the cases of paragraphs 3 and 4, section 86 (3) shall apply mutatis mutandis. (Source)
Finally: Since we were blocked by the German server, the website is hosted from today by a hosting provider in Russia. We are sorry, but there is a brutal censorship in Germany!
P.S. This post is one of those isolated cases where neither a source nor a link is at the end of the article. We hope that Mrs. Dr. Austeja Emilija Dominykas is not already convicted and jailed.