German Canada-deportee and far-right anti-Semite nut job Ernst Zundel failed yet again to shock anybody when he denied in the German court that had just sentenced him to five years in prison that this conviction had ever taken place.

The 67-year-old Blödmann (dumb clown) had just been convicted on 14 counts of inciting hatred and anti-Semitic activity when he calmly stood up to make his latest unspectacular denial. A highly unpopular website of his had been devoted for years to denying that the Nazis had systematically exterminated six million Jews during World War II. Denying this is a crime in Germany, also something else that Zundel denies.

Prosecutors in Germany were only able to bring charges against the laugh-a-minute buffoon because his website was accessible here in Germany, too. Gee, it’s a small world after all.

Later that day, after having been transferred to the German correctional facility in which he will be spending the next and possibly last five years of his wild and crazy and thoroughly pitiful little life, Zundel also denied that his prison cell was a prison cell and that it was in reality a Holiday Inn single (non-smoking) with complementary coffee and muffin breakfast, most likely located somewhere in Central California, possibly even in Fresno.

He then claimed that that lousy new Harald Schmidt show he was watching was in reality Late Night with Conan O’Brian. And then he asked room service if he could go surfing instead.

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