Ursula Haverbeck — German Free Speech Champion
At 88 years-plus, Ursula Haverbeck is an incredibly brave woman. With firm resolve, she has repeatedly challenged the Hollywood version of World War II, where the Germans are cast as the genocidal arch-villains. She says: ““It becomes clear that the Holocaust is the greatest and most enduring lie in history. It was needed in order to finally complete the centuries-long struggle for world domination by the Zionists, World Wars I and II were merely a preliminary stage for this achievement…»
Last year, she was sentenced to four years in prison for challenging Germany’s new secular state religion of “holocaust”, which has crippled a once proud people with debilitating debt. The thought crimes sentence and conviction is now at the first of four levels of appeal, another jailed dissident teacher Gunter Deckert explained. The process could take years.
Ursula Hedwig Meta Haverbeck-Wetzel is a German author and historical revisionist from Vlotho, Germany. Since 2004, she has also been the subject of publication offences for sedition relating to Holocaust skepticism.
Ruddy cheeked and spry, she greeted Paul Fromm, Director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression, Paul Fromm at a January 28 gathering in Bonn to hear dissident traditional Catholic prelate Bishop Richard Williamson.
Asked by Mr. Fromm for her e-mail, she replied in good English: “I don’t have one. The police want me to get one. I don’t want to make their spying job easier,” she smiled with a conspiratorial twinkle in her eye.
Lady Michele Renouf, who introduced the Bishop, marvelled at Frau Haverbeck: “She fairly springs and dances when she walks.”