Defamation Lawsuit Against Pro-Nazi Paper Brought by Swiss Jews

Defamation Lawsuit Against Pro-Nazi Paper Brought by Swiss Jews

Protocols of the Elders of Zion, 1934

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Swiss Jews bring a defamation lawsuit against the editors of a pro-Nazi newspaper in Bern, Switzerland, for publishing articles that proclaim the truth of the notorious anti-Semitic text The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.

The Nazi defendants will be unable to support the truth of their claims, and it's likely that they know full well that the text is a forgery.

Their entire "defense" will consist of attacking the plaintiffs and turning the trial into a platform for political bullying — a standard tactic used by the Nazis to great effect in Germany. It will not, however, get them very far in the Swiss court.


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