Nazis march on German jail
More than 1,200 neo-Nazis from across Europe are due to march on Berlin's Tegel Prison to demand the release of a jailed singer.Idiotarians defend neo-Nazi groups under the guise of free speech. However, hate speech should not be protected. Not in Europe and not in the Untied States. It's illegal to walk into a crowded movie theater and shout 'fire' because it can result in damage, injury, and death. So why shouldn't it be illegal to hold extremist neo-Nazi rallies? Or advocate the murder of Jews in song lyrics? Those also cause damage, injury, and death.
German neo-Nazi Michael Regener, aka "Lunikoff", is in jail for three years after a court ruled his band Landser was spreading racial hatred.
In March 2005, a German court rejected an appeal by Regener to have his sentence repealed.
Germany has strict laws against promoting Nazism or using Nazi symbols.
Three years ago, a Berlin court found Landser - meaning "foot soldiers" - guilty of spreading hatred of Jewish people and foreigners in Germany.
We don't allow terrorist groups to congregate and spread propaganda so we shouldn't allow neo-Nazis; it's a movement tantamount to terrorism.