Alfred Schaefer – Thought Criminal Monika Schaefer Arrested and Imprisoned in Germany
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Alfred Schaefer is a German producer whose videos are aimed at exposing the propagandistic nature of the mainstream media. His videos outline how the hostile elite that are in control of much of Western Civilization have managed to subjugate entire populations and their political leadership through psychological conditioning. Alfred Schaefer joins Henrik for a discussion about the consequences of challenging the accepted view of the Holocaust. The program begins with Alfred describing what it was like to grow up in Canada with German ancestry amid an accusatory climate of Holocaust remembrance. He describes his sister Monika’s newly found skepticism of the prevailing historical view of the Second World War and her subsequent video productions. Alfred recounts how Monika was arrested in Munich because of her videos that challenged the prevailing mainstream consensus concerning the Holocaust while attending the trial of Sylvia Stolz, a lawyer on trial for so-called Holocaust denial. Henrik and Alfred discuss with incredulity how pursuing historical inquiry can lead to criminal charges and imprisonment. In the members’ hour, Henrik and Alfred talk about the fractured nature of facts surrounding the nature of the Holocaust itself and the need for further research. The conversation then addresses the migrant crisis and how it constitutes a threat to Western civilization and how it can be viewed as a destructive companion phenomenon to Holocaust guilt and other Leftist propaganda. The conversation turns to the freefall of the mainstream media, how people crave alternative media sources, and the importance of outlets like Red Ice. Henrik speaks to the risk involved with pursing the truth about the migrant crisis, its origins, and underlying motivators. The discussion then turns to the seeming contradictions of population replacement. Henrik and Alfred go on to discuss the severity of the current geopolitical situation as an existential crisis; the importance of pursuing moderate solutions to avoid widespread conflict; and much more. Help keep us ad free, sign up for a membership at https://redicemembers.com You’ll receive full access to our extensive archives. Stream or download over 1400 programs, including radio shows, videos TV segments & our live show Weekend Warrior. ♥ SHOW US SOME LOVE ♥ HELP US GROW Donate: https://paypal.me/redice Donate Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies: BTC: 15GFG2CVA6Ftq4w7dRuug9CQCsyrpeN1XG BCH: 1KVGWkLd5YuRxKNrVhExX8WiPCi4pGtey8 ETH: 0x90a0F323F58412eBfe086055831655A1c0D9E3B4 LTC: Lc8aHwQ91EMr4dTcCcdNVLhBxTf5GUhPjP More Red Ice TV & Radio: https://redice.tv/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/redicetv Like us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RedIceCreations Listen to us on Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/red-ice… Subscribe to our YouTube: https://youtube.com/user/RedIceRadio RSS feeds: https://redice.tv/rss
GERMAN POLICE SHUT DOWN DRESDEN MEMORIAL AS LADY MICHELE RENOUF UNDER INVESTIGATION FOR HER SPEECH THERE
DRESDEN, January 17, 2018. You may have thought that Germans, especially in the East, regained their freedom when the Wall came down in 1989. Nothing could be further from the truth. Communist secret police and censorship were replaced with anti-free speech laws and the grip of Cultural Marxism and the fanatical new religion of holocaust, a state religion which treats any deviations from its dogmas as heresy with the heretic deserving of fines and jail. That is why Canadian Monika Schaefer is now in prison since she was snatched attending lawyer Silvia Stolz free speech trial in Munich, January 3.
Today, German nationalists and supporters converged on Dresden for the annual commemoration of the Allied bombing of this non-military target on February 13-14, 1945. Estimates range up to 500,000 as the number of civilians blown up, buried, burned to a crisp, vapourized by terror bombing or machinegunned by strafing fighters over a three day period.
One of the major speakers was Lady Michele Renouf of Britain. Part way through her speech, because she obliquely questioned the new religion of holocaust by saying the only people holocausted in Europe were the Germans (especially in the firebombing of cities like Dresden and Hamburg), the police shut the rally down.
Alfred Schaefer reports: ” They shut us down as Lady Michele Renouf was talking because she had quoted the desire of the controlled British government to baste 900,000 Germans in Dresden, just like one bastes a duck in the oven. They fell short of the 900,000 and had to accept the basted 500,000 Germans. Any deviation from the official “deserved deaths of 25,000 Nazis” is punishable by imprisonment and called incitement to hatred. It is not legal for Germans to mourn their basted ancestors. It is mandatory that they crawl on their stomachs because of the six million lampshades that they made from those poor poor Jews after they gassed them. Any questioning this is also punishable by prison. That is, of course, why Monika is now serving her proper and just prison term. She should not have apologized to her mom.”
The Sydney Morning Herald (February 19, 2018) reported: “German police are investigating an Australian-born British woman for suspected incitement after she questioned the Holocaust during a far-right protest in the eastern city of Dresden. A spokeswoman for Dresden police says Michele Renouf was one of two people being investigated for remarks made at the … i rally on Saturday commemorating those killed in the 1945 Allied bombing of the city.
Videos of the rally posted online show Renouf saying the only Holocaust perpetrated in Europe was against German civilians. Publicly denying the … murder of an estimated six million Jews is a criminal offence in Germany.
Dresden police spokeswoman Jana Ulbricht said on Sunday that officers ordered the rally dissolved after determining that two speakers had broken the law.”
Our Letters Are Reaching Political Prisoner Monika Schaefer
People are beginning to receive letters from political prisoner Monika Schaefer, arrested, January 3, and held in a maximum security prison, apparently for her video, Sorry, Mom, I Was Wrong About the Holocaust.
She has received about two thirds of her mail, the prison authorities told her. The rest is being held because it violates Sec. 130 of the German Criminal Code, which essentially enforces the New Religion of Holocaust and forbids any questioning of the Hollywood version of World War II. Thus, it is important in writing to Monika not to talk about the so-called holocaust or Jews. Letters should be newsy or personal or supportive.
Monika is in good spirits and is bouyed by the outpouring of concern and support. He sister-in-law has visited her several times. She is allowed out for an hour a day`s exercise. Here are two reports of recent letters from Monika.
From British activist Richard Edmonds
Today (February 5) I received a very friendly letter from Monika. Also my friend Milton Ellis who lives in Wales, U.K. received a letter from Monika this morning.
In her letter, dated the 20th. January (and date-stamped the 2. February, Munich), she says that on the 19th. January she was given a lot of letters; these were the first letters handed over, till then she had heard nothing from anybody apart from a visit by the Canadian consul. She writes that she has now received many letters of support; and the prison authorities tell her that there are many more that they can give her. But they have also informed her that one third of all the mail addressed to her cannot be handed over and Monika suspects because the contents are contrary to Section 130 of the Basic Law (the German Race Law).
Monika says how the letters of support induce positive energy into her. From Britain she also received a card from a group of British Friends; this card was posted on the day that Alison Ch. had her most recent court appearance (10. Jan.). Monika asks that I pass on thanks to all those whose names on the card she recognises (and I have e-mail addresses for): Monika gives a special hug for Alison, “I cherish the memory of playing together with her”, also to Stead, James T. Adrian, Paul, Melinda Peter Phillips and to two or three others with unclear names.
Monika concludes : I thank all those who have written to me. It has cheered my heart tremendously.
And from Monika`s brother Alfred:
Today I got phone call from a woman who has just come out of this prison and was Monika’s room mate. Also, my wife had seen Monika last Wednesday, and will see her again tomorrow.
Monika is in strong spirit, she is unbowed, and she is more concerned about our well being in this struggle than she is about her own forced absence from the struggle. — Alfred