It has been nearly two months since I have been spit out of the German Gulag. It has been quite a ride. Going from a very simple daily existence to a busy life of taking care of home affairs, correspondences on- and off-line, catching up with old friends, doing interviews, taking phone calls, getting outside into the beautiful natural world, my goodness, where does one begin? The days never seem to have enough hours in them.
This blog of mine needs a little more attention and TLC from Yours Truly. What better time to make an entry than end of year, and bring in the New Year with good intentions of making more regular posts.
This is not going to be a “year in review” post, which one could naturally expect, but just a summary with links to a few of the online interviews and talk shows that I have done lately.
Transcripts of the two Brian Ruhe interviews are posted previously (thank you so much Katana17 for all that work!). Just scroll down to previous posts.
Andrew Carrington Hitchcock broadcast an interview called “How YOU can help Alfred Schaefer” (link here) in which we discussed my arrest, the pseudo-secret aspects of the trial of my brother Alfred and myself, and the fact that one cannot really defend oneself in a speech crime trial in Germany without committing new speech crimes. We also discussed what a life-line letters and cards are for political prisoners, with encouragement to write to
By the way, it will be Alfred’s birthday on January 30th, so birthday wishes would surely be appreciated!
A second appearance on the Andrew Carrington Hitchcock Show together with Alison Chabloz, this one called “The Persecution of the Dissidents”, was aired on the 29th of December. Strangely the persecution of the Whites in South Africa is not receiving the same kind of attention from the powers-that-should-not-be as what they are affording the so-called persecuted immigrants flooding our lands.