Frau Denise Patricia Doyle

A US citizen, claiming to be transsexual, has allegedly transgressed against Germany's 'Holocaust' Law. The hearing is set down for  28 November 2002 at the Amtsgericht B÷blingen.

Contact Frau Doyle at: 

Genkerstr. 6, 

D - 71034 B÷blingen 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

November 10, 2002

 Dear Friends,

I am an American citizen, living in Germany. I am also a transsexual (man to woman) and have been living as a female for the past two years. On my mother's side I am also of Jewish descent

On November 28, 2002, in B÷blingen, near Stuttgart, I will in fact face an inquisition-style show trial against my person for having not adhered to the orthodox Zionist rendition of the Auschwitz tragedy, which in present day Germany, since the infamous Luxembourg treaty of 1950, is a criminal offense in this defeated land.

I am highly allergic to all villain people-victim people cults to which this so called holocaust or holycow'st cult belongs to. Likewise concepts such as the collective guilt of any ethnic group German, Jewish, Arab, etc. is simply racism in disguise. Some Zionist extremists reduce all the victims of Nazi persecution to one misrepresented voice slanderously distorted and misused to form a type of 'hunting permit' for the property, dignity and the very lives of Palestinians among others. This follows the same sinister dynamic that Hitler used in reducing all the German dead of World War One to one collective voice, his voice of course.

The Germans have suffered horrifically under this sense of collective guilt or blame. Many Germans believe this will only disappear when the last German on this planet dies. Many young German girls, afflicted with the 'villain people complex' justify an unnecessary abortion with statements such as "It probably would have been another Dr. Goebbels."! find this absolutely horrifying. Indeed people with a poor ethnic cultural self image are much more likely to kill their unborn children. In this respect the holo-hysteria, that is the misuse of the Auschwitz tragedy, is causing an ongoing genocide of children. Fighting this out of control holocausterian religion will save many more children than picketing abortion clinics.

The German judicial system has historically been known for blindly obeying the powers that ruie and I don't expect any semblance of justice at the hands of the blindly obedient apparatchiks of the Luxembourg dictate. I might just as well be prosecuted during the Third Reich for doubting Hitler's claim; Jews like Rosa Luxemburg conspired and robbed Germany of certain victory in World War One. Hitler's Jewish conspiracy cult was of course the villain people-victim people cult with reversed roles, which preceded the present day holocausterian cult-Both cults of course lead to hatred, self-hatred and destruction.

I am of the conviction that all political ideologies: nazism, communism, liberalism, etc. show their most evil side when they obtain absolute power and no longer are forced or obliged to deal fairly and humanely with those opposing the ruining ideology. Only by defending free Speech can this danger be warded off. Opposing ideologies are compelled to improve themselves in a healthy atmosphere of free Speech and astute criticism.

Please make my impending trial for not adhering to the holocausterian orthodoxy in this traumatized country an open topic of discussion. Feel free and welcome to attend my show trial under Judge Payer as well. On 28 November 2002 at 8:30am; 4 December 2002 at:3pm, and 12 December at:3pm in the Amtsgericht (court) Steinbeisstr.7, Room (Saal)28,71001 B÷blingen. Germany. Let freedom ring!

Donations for court costs would help greatly! Mrs. Denise Patricia Doyle, Genkerstra▀e.6,71034 B÷blingen, Germany Tel.(07031)276899 Kreissparkasse B÷blingen. Bankleitzahl 60350130, Account Number 2243755 Thank you!

 

denisepatricia@web.de

 

The holocaust hysteria is not a separation from Hitler and nazism, but rather a death bringing cult!  

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/g2/story/0,3604,859056,00.html

 
Dec 13, 2002, The Guardian, UK
 
Real lives

Sleeping with the enemy


Most gay men either confront homophobic neo-Nazis and Islamists, or avoid them. But not Johann Hari - he seduced them instead

Friday December 13, 2002
The Guardian


It sounds much worse if you state it bluntly. But, OK, I'll rip off the plaster here, now, at the start of the article: I slept with a neo-Nazi. And an Islamic fundamentalist. And, yes, technically, they both thought gay people should be killed. There? Happy now? Let me explain. Sometimes, as a journalist, I do undercover work (please, no gags). Earlier this year I was in Los Angeles reporting on a convention of Holocaust deniers. A nasty little group called the Institute of Historical Review were gathering in the rather plush Marriott Hotel to make ridiculous claims that (a) Hitler didn't kill many Jews, and (b) even if he did, they had it coming.

It was, as you would expect, a pretty vile and unpleasant week. I sat in rooms where sweet-looking grannies would rock slightly muttering, "Kikes, kikes" under their breath as they carried on knitting. Criminals like Robert Faurisson, who has been jailed in France for denying the Holocaust, were cheered like David Beckham at a World Cup match.

So what's a guy to do to distract himself in these circumstances, but seduce a Nazi? Part of my task was, obviously, to befriend the people there, and to see what they were saying privately. I admit I have a rather cliched gay man's attraction to muscly, shaven-headed louts, and they were troublingly profuse at the Marriott. There's a whole thesis to be written about the complex relationship between homosexuality and far-right political movements.

I despise and loathe the far right, but many, many gay men have been drawn not just to the ludicrous pantomime of fascism (footage from Mussolini's Italy looks uncannily like a Mardi Gras), but also to the actual practice. Ernst Rohm, one of Hitler's close advisers until the Fuhrer had him shot, was a deliriously promiscuous gay man; Pim Fortuyn, the Dutch hard-right nut who was assassinated earlier this year, used to boast that his anti-Muslim policies were not racist: "How can I be against north Africans? I have slept with so many of them."

This is all a very roundabout way of saying that it was pretty tough for me to figure out which, if any, of the assembled delicious Nazis were gay, and which just looked it. I know I should have been so repulsed by these fascists that the thought of sex was abhorrent; but when you are actually confronted with the reality of extremists (and I've met quite a lot of them), it is very hard to actually take them seriously. Sure, they rant about Jews and gays (the two minorities closest to my heart), but it just seems so absurd that I can't help but smile and do my job: pretending to be one of them.

I sat next to Ross from Oregon on the first day of the "conference". He was my age - 23 - and approximately twice my size. Picture the Incredible Hulk, but considerably less green and only moderately less angry, and you've got the idea. We made polite small talk about how evil blacks or gays or some other minority group are; he told me an unpublishably disgusting joke, and I chortled along and - what can I say? - I fancied him. It was shallow and it was totally about looks. Let him who is without guilt throw the first stone. But nothing in my experience had equipped me with the skills to seduce a maniac. Actually, that's not entirely true.

On September 11 2001, the smoke and the fumes and the blood were barely settled on Manhattan when I was delegated to go undercover at the Finsbury Park mosque, the most hardline in Britain. Fortunately, I have always found Islam fascinating, and I was able to bluff my way in fairly easily - stuff about needing to rally around to keep up the assault on America at this time, and so on.

But this mosque (which is, by the way, totally atypical of Britain's overwhelmingly decent and moderate Muslim population) was hardcore. The blokes were swapping videotapes with titles like Jihad tactics: how to kill and kill again.

And at the centre of all this was Abu Hamza. You've probably seen him in the newspapers: he's the guy with only one eye and no hands. He's the one, to put it bluntly, with hooks. I will reassure you, at this point, that this is not a story about seducing Abu Hamza. As we prayed to Mecca, he ranted against "the Jews, the feminists, the gays" and so on. He praised the Taliban's way of dealing with "sodomites", which was to collapse a wall on to them. (In the event, there weren't that many sturdy walls in Afghanistan, so after a while they gave this up and just started beheading them instead, but I wasn't going to start lecturing Abu on gay-killing techniques at this point.)

In the week that I spent hanging around that mosque, I met a lot of cute blokes. It's a curious thing: very, very few people, when you actually get to know them, seem like very bad people. No matter how barking mad and offensive they may be on the public stage, when you're sitting eyeball-to-eyeball, and you get them to see you as a human being, it's very hard to hate them. And I really, really liked Mohammed, a rather cute 19-year-old lad who had got caught up in this crowd.

Mo (as his friends call him) had a very dry sense of humour, like most of that group, and a really attractive sense of purpose and loyalty (all, unfortunately, poured into killing people like me). Again, like the Nazis, it was one of those intense all-male groups which seemed very straight - so intensely straight that it crossed a line into homoeroticism.

Now, I doubt that many of these blokes were shagging each other, not least because, for religious reasons, none of them drink, so it was hard to lower their inhibitions. But after a long smoke and a lot of flattery, Mo was fairly easily coaxed. Of course, he seemed a bit hung-up about it afterwards. Since I was nearing the end of my undercover gig, I tried to persuade him that perhaps gay people weren't evil, especially in light of the fact that he had just been having wild gay sex.

Slam-cut to LA and Russ. He was a harder nut to crack, but at least he could (and did) drink an awful lot of vodka. I'll spare you the details: suffice it to say that Germany did successfully invade Poland. So what's the moral of this tale? Part of me wants to trumpet it as a victory for gay rights. Even in the most intense centres of homophobia and gay-bashing, you can still find the odd bit of sodomy. We are, quite literally, everywhere, including (literally) inside homophobes. Part of me is a bit ashamed - in the cold light of day, both Russ and Mo have some pretty repulsive views. But there's something uniquely rewarding about bagging a homophobe. In fact, I reckon that this should be the new path for the gay rights movement. Every gay reader of the Guardian should henceforth dedicate himself to seducing every gay-basher they can find. Our response to hatred shouldn't be to hate back; it should be to give them a jolly good seeing-to.

 

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