Ursula Haverbeck, 89, Sentenced to 14 Months in Jail for Heresy


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Ursula Haverbeck, 89, Sentenced to 14 Months in Jail for Heresy
 
The Cultural Marxist globalist elite who hold sway in much of Western politics and who have a hammerlock on the media and academe sneer at Christianity. However, they are true believers in the new religion of holocaust — a series of sketchy dogmas that cannot withstand scientific or historical scrutiny — a control mechanism meant to cripple believers with self-hating guilt. Canadians or Americans who naively gave their youth, as did my parents,  and sometimes their lives in the belief they were bringing “democracy” to Germany were deceived.An elected National Socialist regime has been replaced by a tyranny that is so unsure of its own legitimacy that it throws an regal, unstoppable 89-year old grandmother — and not for the first time –into prison for being a skeptic about this secular religion of control and guilt.
 
Paul Fromm
Director
CANADIAN ASSOCIATION FOR FREE EXPRESSION

‘Nazi Grandma’ loses appeal case, sentenced to 14 months in prison for Holocaust denial

Ursula Haverbeck, often dubbed the “Nazi Grandma” in the German press, has been sentenced to 14 months in prison for incitement of racial hatred. Haverbeck has been handed several jail terms but has yet to be jailed.

Deutschland Zwei Jahre Haft für Holocaust-Leugnerin Haverbeck | ARCHIV (picture-alliance/dpa/C. Jasper)

A German court in Detmold has sentenced Holocaust denier Ursula Haverbeck to 14 months in prison, after the 89-year-old woman lost her appeal to a prior conviction on Tuesday. However, four months were shaved off her original conviction of 18 months. Prosecutors wanted the sentence upheld, Haverbeck’s lawyers were seeking exoneration.

The Detmold court had initially sentenced Haverbeck to eight months imprisonment in September 2016, after she sent a letter to the town’s mayor, Rainer Heller, claiming that Auschwitz was not a concentration camp.

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Following the trial, the octogenarian handed out pamphlets to journalists, as well as the judge and prosecutor, entitled “Only the truth will set you free,” in which she once again denied the Nazi atrocities. Haverbeck was handed an additional 10-month sentence for the stunt.

Under German law, denying the Holocaust — in which 6 million Jews were murdered by the Nazis between 1941 and 1945 — constitutes incitement of racial hatred and can carry a prison sentence of up to five years.

Haverbeck and her late husband Werner Georg Haverbeck, who was an active member of the Nazi party in the run-up to and during the Second World War, founded a right-wing education center called Collegium Humanum, which has been banned since 2008. She has also written for the right-wing magazine Stimme des Reiches (Voice of the Empire), which she also used to express her views that the Holocaust never took place.

Time still to serve

Haverbeck, from the German town of Vlotho near Bielefeld, has been sentenced for similar charges on five other occasions. The most recent, in October, saw her sentenced to six months in prison by a district court in Berlin for incitement of racial hatred after she claimed at a public event that the gas chambers and Auschwitz concentration camp “were not real.”

In August she was handed a two-year sentence by a regional court in Lower Saxony.

Haverbeck has appealed the rulings passed down against her and proceedings in each other case remains ongoing. Haverbeck claims she has been merely been repeating an opinion.

This Tuesday’s appeal verdict is not final, either. Haverbeck’s lawyers intend to take the case to the Higher Regional Court in the town of Hamm, their last chance to challenge the sentence.

Ernst Zündel: Unbowed

Ernst Zündel: Unbowed 

A personal Telling Films tribute by Lady Michèle Renouf to German-Canadian artist, publisher and dedicated campaigner for historical truth Ernst Zündel, born 23rd April 1939, died 5th August 2017 at his ancestral home in southern Germany. Uniquely interviewed as he was released from Mannheim Prison in 2010 and during his journey back to his childhood home in the Black Forest, and updated in this unexpurgated version after Ernst Zündel’s death, this film documents his decades of legal struggle for source-critical justice in Canada and Germany, literally illustrated by Ernst’s own art works created during his years of imprisonment, and includes an interview with his lawyer Dr. Herbert Schaller.

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Ursula Haverbeck — German Free Speech Champion

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.”

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Ursula Haverbeck & Paul Fromm, Director, CAFE
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 Lady Michele Renouf

SEND CHRISTMAS GREETINGS TO THESE IMPRISONED OR PERSECUTED REVISIONISTS



For the upcoming Christmas season, please remember our fellow German revisionists sitting in prison, being on the run, or being prosecuted. Send them a nice Christmas card or even a letter!
If sending letters into prison, abstain from any remarks that might lead to the letter being confiscated! “Illegal” statements can get our comrades into even deeper trouble.


These are our men/women “behind the wire.”

In the words of the old German folk song: “Die gedanken sind frei” (thoughts are free”).

Wolfgang FRÖHLICH (prisoner)
Steiner Landstr 4
A-3504 Kreims-Stein, AUSTRIA

Dr. Horst MAHLER (early release on probation)
Weidenbusch 13
D-14532 Kleinmachnow, GERMANY

Axel Möller (prisoner)
Kühlungsborner Str. 29a
D-18246 Bützow, GERMANY

Gerhard Ittner (trial ongoing)
c/o S. Rübel
Bessemerstr. 51
D-90411 Nürnberg, GERMANY

Vincent Reynouard (convicted, hiding in exile).
c/o Siegfried Verbeke
Italiëlei 203b, B-2000 Antwerp – BELGIUM

Dr. Sylvia Stolz (prosecuted)
Pfarrer-Grabmeier-Allee 10
D-85560 Ebersberg, GERMANY

Dr. Ursula Haverbeck (prosecuted)
Bretthorststr. 199
D-32602 Vlotho-Valdorf, GERMANY