Jim Rizoli Presents – THE HOLOCAUST, AN INSTRUMENT OF WHITE GUILT, Aug 3, 2018
Jim Rizoli Presents – THE HOLOCAUST, AN INSTRUMENT OF WHITE GUILT, Aug 3, 2018
Welch angenehme Tonlage, wenn Frau Haverbeck schreibt. Ich denke täglich an sie, froh denke ich.
Und schön auch ist es, wieder etwas Handfestes von ihr zu vernehmen. .
Wird die Richterin am 12.09. in Hamburg nicht weiter gemäss Seerecht verurteilen?
July 19, 2018 – Message from Ursula Haverbeck
What a pleasant sound when Mrs. Haverbeck writes. I think of her every day, in gladness.
And it’s nice to hear something solid from her again.
Will the woman judge no longer judge according to maritime law on September 12 in Hamburg?
Wird sie Recht sprechen, Frau Haverbeck rehabilitieren und auf freien Fuss setzen?
Ich lasse ihr einen dicken fetten Blumenstrauss schicken, so sie es tut. . Thom Ram, 19.07.06 . .
Verehrte liebe Freunde in aller Welt, bei mir sind auch Frauen Freunde
Will she speak the law, rehabilitate Mrs. Haverbeck and set her free?
I’ll have a big, fat bouquet sent to her when she does. .
Thom Ram July 19
Dear friends all over the world; with me I call women also “friends” (relates to he male/female “friend” being different in the German language.)
VERÖFFENTLICHT AM 18. JULI 2018 VON SCHREIBKRAFT
PUBLISHED 18. JULI 2018 BY “SCHREIBKRAFT”
Sie alle fragen, wie es mir geht? Gut. Die Zelle geht nach Westen, ich schaue auf grüne Bäume, nun schon 2 Monate lang bei schönstem blauen Himmel und Sonnenschein – oft 30 Grad.
Ich habe viel ungestörte Ruhe und jetzt die Ankündigung eines neuen Prozesses in Hamburg, am Mittwoch, den 12. September ab 9.00 Uhr.
You all ask how I’m doing? All right. The cell faces west; I look at green trees, now already for 2 months with the most beautiful blue sky and sunshine – often 30 degrees Celicius.
I have much undisturbed peace and now there is the announcement of a new trial in Hamburg, on Wednesday, 12 September starting at 9.00 a.m.
Die Richterin schrieb in der Ladung:
„Die Anwesenheit der Angeklagten ist erforderlich zur Wahrheitsfindung“
Das ist ungewöhnlich. Bisher gab es nur die „offenkundige Tatsache“ und wann, wo, wie sie in einer Zeitschrift angeblich geleugnet wurde! Sollte es jetzt wirklich um die Wahrheitsfindung gehen, dann könnte sich manches ändern.
The judge wrote in the summons:
“The presence of the accused is necessary to establish the truth.”
That’s unusual. So far there has only been the “obvious fact” and when and where it was allegedly denied in a magazine! If this should really be about finding the truth, a few things could change.
„Was ist Wahrheit“?, fragte Pilatus einst. Es gibt meine und deine Wahrheit und dann „Die Wahrheit“. Sie ist kein Besitz, es geht für uns zunächst immer um das Bemühen, wahrhaftig zu sein.
Bei Gericht begegnet uns auf Seiten der Anklage und des Richters, nur die Meinung der Siegermächte angelesen und geglaubt. Wie sollen die Nachgeborenen es besser wissen? Auch von den durchschnittlich 2000 Prozessen pro Jahr seit 2000, nach offiziellen Angaben, wird in den Medien die Stimme der Anklage wiedergegeben, aber selten, auch nur andeutungsweise, Äußerungen des Angeklagten.
“What is truth”? Pilate once asked. There is my truth and your truth and then there is “the truth”. It is not our property, for us it is always a matter of striving to be truthful.
In court we meet on the side of the prosecution and the judge, only the opinion of the victorious powers, read and believed. How are the folks born after the war know better? Of the average of 2,000 trials per year since 2000, according to official figures, the voice of the accusers is represented in the media, but rarely, even only slightly, statements by the accused.
Ich werde mich, so gut ich das, ohne meine Erinnerung noch einmal auffrischen zu können anhand meiner Unterlagen, vorbereiten und hoffe, daß mir eine geistige Macht die richtigen Worte eingibt.
Es ist auch höchste Zeit. Meine Augen lassen nach, mein Hören wird schlechter – alles ganz deutlich in den vergangenen 3 Monaten wahrzunehmen. Der Körper paßt sich dem Alter jetzt an. Er hat sehr lange, dankenswerterweise, alle Überbeanspruchung mitgemacht.
I will prepare myself, as best as I can, without being able to refresh my memory on the basis of my documents, and hope that a spiritual power will give me the right words.
It’s also high time. My eyes are diminishing, my hearing is getting worse – all can be very clearly perceived in the past 3 months. The body now adapts to the age. For a very long time, thankfully, it went along with all the overexertion.
So viele haben mir zugerufen:
„Halte bitte aus, bleibe stark, die Wahrheit wird bald siegen.“
Ich danke allen herzlich. Ihr habt erkannt, es ist ein Geisteskampf, den wir durchstehen müssen.
Das Jahrhundert der Lüge muß endlich einem Jahrhundert der Wahrheit weichen.
So many people called out to me:
“Please endure, remain strong, the truth will soon prevail.”
Thank you all very much. You have realized it is a spiritual battle we must endure.
The “Century of the Lie” must finally give way to a century of truth.
Danke auch für die Idee der Karte: „Es geht um den Preis, den man zu zahlen bereit ist.“
Das hatte der Panoramainterviewer 2015 für ein gutes Schlußwort gehalten und es auch gebracht.
Jetzt könnt Ihr sie mit einer 2. Karte ergänzen mit der Frage, die wir alle an uns selber stellen können:
Warum habe ich das so lange mitgemacht?
Eure Ursula Haverbeck
JVA Bielefeld, 13.07.2018
Thank you also for the idea of the card: “It’s about the price you’re willing to pay.”
The Panorama interviewer in 2015 thought this was a good slogan for the conclusion and used it.
Now you can add a second card with the question we can all ask ourselves:
Why have I been through this for so long?
Your Ursula Haverbeck
Bielefeld correctional facility, July 13, 2018
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A) “Does Germany claim extraterritorial jurisdiction for all acts that are illegal under German law and committed in other nations or just for issues related to the authenticity of the “Holocaust” narrative?
ONTARIO CIVIL LIBERTIES ASSOCIATION BLASTS MONIKA DETENTION AS ILLEGAL & DEMAND CANADIAN GOV’T ACTION TO FREE MONIKA FROM HER “UNJUST & IMMORAL IMPRISONMENT
July 16, 2018
Honourable Chrystia Freeland
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Honourable Jody Wilson-Raybould
Minister of Justice
Dear Ministers Freeland and Wilson-Raybould:
Re: Imprisonment of Canadian Monika Schaefer in Germany for a video expressing a view about the Nazi holocaust
The Ontario Civil Liberties Association (OCLA) advocates for civil and human rights, including the human right of freedom of expression, opinion and belief.
The OCLA is concerned about an apparent unwillingness of Canada to come to the aid of a Canadian political prisoner in Germany, who is charged using a German criminal law that does not exist in Canada and that is categorically contrary to international law.
Canada ratified the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) in 1976. As you know, General Comments (GC) of the United Nations Human Rights Committee (UNHRC) interpret and specify the ICCPR covenant and constitute international law.
At paragraph 49 in General Comment No. 34 [CCPR/C/GC/34, 2011] the UNHRC determined:
Laws that penalize the expression of opinions about historical facts are incompatible with the obligations that the Covenant imposes on States
parties in relation to the respect for freedom of opinion and expression. The Covenant does not permit general prohibition of expressions of an erroneous opinion or an incorrect interpretation of past events. Therefore, the German law in issue, which criminalizes negative expression about the historical events of the Nazi holocaust, is a so-called “memory-law” (HRC term) that violates the human right of free expression. It carries a maximum jail sentence of five years.
We have reviewed the reason given that Ms. Schaeffer was arrested, charged and detained in Germany when she travelled to that country. It is her -minute video titled “Sorry mom I was wrong about the holocaust”, which she made in Canada about Canada and published from Canada, and which the CBC embedded in its July 15, 2016 article entitled “Hate speech complaint filed against Jasper woman for Holocaust denial video”:
In this way, the CBC participated in a criminal offence under German law (perpetrated in Canada), which is absurd.
We ask you both to do everything you can to save Monika Schaefer from her on-going unjust and immoral imprisonment in Germany and that you tell your efforts in this regard publicly. Ms. Schaefer’s trial is in progress. In particular, we ask Canada to appoint a consular observer and direct contact for Ms. Schaefer immediately.
Every day that Canada refuses to act or acts ineffectively is a day that Ms. Schaefer spends in a
foreign jail. Therefore, we express the required urgency.
Please let us know your responses so that we may report these on our website.
Ontario Civil Liberties Association (OCLA) http://ocla.ca
Monika Schaefer read out her personal statement, which according to the judge is usually not permitted. But the judge accepted that Monika dos not speak German perfectly, hence he decided to make an exception. Monika related how she became engaged politically and how she felt herself deeply drawn to Green politics. She campaigned many times for political office. That had all continued till she had learnt that Israel’s wars were being justified by false claims. There-upon she left the party. She had learnt very early to think for herself.
She had made the video herself. Once she had made the film and put it in the public domain, she then felt a feeling of relief and felt freed from a heavy burden. She had always held her parents under a general suspicion, but now she knew that there was nothing to reproach them with, because History was quite contrary to what we had been told since 1945. This was this reason why she had apologized to her mother.
As a consequence of the success of the video, she had lost many friendships; and a campaign of ritual defamation commenced against her. For example, in a small newspaper of a town with five thousand inhabitants, readers’ letters started appearing, written by readers from quite other districts, who would not normally read the news-paper. These readers’ letters served the purpose of defaming her. At the beginning, she had to force herself to go to her front-door. However when one deliberately and with conviction breaks such a taboo, because one knows that the official claims regarding the period 1933 -1945 are a shabby lie, then such ritual defamations are easier to bear. Every attempt had been made to intimidate her. For example, she always rides by bicycle, and one day at the traffic lights a car had sped away from her throwing the sand of the street against her. Also attempts had been made to ruin her financially. Not a single student from her locality came any more to take instruction on violin-playing. A regular witch-hunt was organised against her. This witch-hunt had split the community in which she lived. Whilst many had turned away from her, on the other hand, many others whom she did not know had come to her; and they could not understand what was happening. In July 2016 a new local law gave permission for music to be played in the local park close to her. A licence for this was needed, but this licence was refused to her. Finally her brother had made the offer, that it was better to come to Germany, if the situation in Canada should become too dangerous for her.
The judge asked, why she had made a video rather than chosen to write an article. Also he wanted to know why she had given advice as to where information on the subject could be found, for example referring to the video about Ernst Zundel or “Questions about the HC.” Monika replied that she herself had found the sources very helpful in order to understand everything. She wanted to invite everybody to learn more in order to understand what had really taken place in the period of 1933 to 1945. In reply to the question from the judge, why she found the lie so shabby [threadbare, seedy, mean], Monika declared because the intention was that the guilt feelings should continue for ever. The fact that she was in prison proved that. — Richard Edmonds
Anti-LGBTQ activist appears at Stampede parade two weeks after turning himself in
By MADELINE SMITH
Fri., July 6, 2018
https://www.thestar.com/calgary/2018/07 … lf-in.html
CALGARY—An anti-LGBTQ activist who turned himself in on a Canada-wide warrant in Calgary two weeks ago appeared Friday with protest signs at the Stampede parade.
William Whatcott surrendered to Calgary police on June 22 for charges of wilful promotion of hatred, which stemmed from accusations of distributing 3,000 pamphlets to attendees at Pride Toronto’s 2016 parade that contained what Toronto police call “hateful” content. At the time of his arrest, he said he regretted nothing and had “absolutely no apologies to make.”
On Friday, Whatcott was equally unapologetic.
“I haven’t changed my mind on very much,” he said.
He said he plans to stay in Calgary for “at least a little while.”
Video and photos on Whatcott’s Facebook page show him holding signs, one that references “homosexuals” and Muslims. In one of the videos, two people confront Whatcott as he says, “We’ve got a right to preach.”
Whatcott said he was in Calgary police custody for one night and spent one further night in the Calgary Remand Centre before he was taken to Toronto, where he was in jail for two days before his bail hearing. He came back to Alberta shortly after his release.
He said the Stampede protest did not violate any of his bail conditions, which include not replicating the pamphlet his hate-related charges stemmed from, informing police of any address changes and staying at least 500 metres away from any Pride parade.
Neither Calgary nor Toronto police could confirm what conditions he had to follow.
Whatcott’s next court date is July 23 in Toronto, but his lawyer Charles Lugosi said Whatcott would likely not have to appear in person until the trial begins.
Lugosi said Toronto-based lawyer Daniel Santoro represented Whatcott at his most recent court appearance.