Give me your hungry, your tired, your poor, I’ll piss on ’em
That’s what the statue of bigotry says
Your poor huddled masses, let’s club ’em to death
And get it over with and just dump ’em on the boulevard
Police unable to shut down neo-Nazi webpage based in US
Prague Daily Monitor
October 26, 2006
Prague, (CTK) – The police have been unable to shut down a webpage of the National Socialist Education Centre, which openly promotes Nazism, as its creators have based it in Atlanta, where the promotion of Fascism is not a criminal act, TV Nova reports.
US authorities rejected a request for help from the Czech police, Nova said.
The appeals published at the controversial web page have hurt representatives of the Czech Freedom Fighters association of WWII veterans and the Jewish and Romany communities.
While promotion of fascism is not illegal in the US, anyone from the Czech Republic posting racist texts on the Internet is liable to criminal prosecution, Hantak said, adding that first police must find the computer and find the incriminating evidence on it.
The web page in question promotes the former National Socialist German Workers’ Party (NSDAP) [ie, Nazi Party]. The police said earlier that they were prosecuting two persons in connection with the case.
“We have been watching the web page for some time. It is created by a number of persons and also includes the Internet magazine Last Generation, whose two editors are being prosecuted for some racially-motivated crimes,” Blanka Kosinova, spokeswoman for the police squad for uncovering of organised crime (UOOZ), told Nova on Wednesday.
See also : Annual report (2005) of the Czech Interior Ministry’s ‘Security Policy Department’ on political extremism [PDF] | ANTIFA.CZ; especially Ten years in the struggle: Czech Antifascist Action (1996 – 2006)