Ursula Haverbeck once again sentenced to jail in Germany
Ursula Haverbeck sits head and shoulders above the ruling political parties in Germany, secure in knowing she speaks from the pristine realm of truth.
By Carolyn Yeager
JUST LIKE EVERYTHING ABOUT THE "HOLOCAUST" NON-HISTORICAL NARRATIVE, trying to get an accurate picture of the persecution of Ursula Haverbeck is made very difficult by the mainstream media.
Even Wikipedia is not up to date on Haverbeck in 2016!
Deutsche Welle, Germany's state news service, ran a September 2nd article (quickly removed from the "Top Stories" page - I caught it just in time!) reporting the 87-year old “Nazi Grandma” was sentenced to 8 months in jail for a letter she sent to Detmold Mayor Rainer Heller complaining about the trial of Reinhold Hanning in that city. This is different from the 10-month sentence she was given late last year for a TV interview.
As you will recall, and I wrote about extensively, Hanning is the 94 year old former Auschwitz guard who was sentenced to five years in prison in June for simply being there (no requirement for specific charges of criminal behavior and no witnesses). His trial in the city of Detmold aroused world-wide publicity over a 4 to 5-month period earlier this year.
In her letter, Haverbeck said that the witnesses at the trial were set up to prove the existence of the concentration camp, according to the DW article. She also said it was “clearly recognizable” that Auschwitz was nothing more than a labor camp, not an extermination camp. This is considered serious “holocaust denial” under German law, based on the constitution that was given to the Germany people (never voted on) by the Allied Control Council after the war. She is expected to appeal the sentence.
Apparently, the 10-month sentence given to Frau Haverbeck in November 2015 was suspended, although that fact was never reported by any media that I saw, and I looked diligently for further news since then. In today's article, DW wrote:
“her [prior] punishments include two fines and another suspended sedition sentence. She was on trial last year for saying that the Holocaust was "the biggest and longest-lasting lie in history."
I said at that time they would never actually put her in a jail cell and they didn't. Now DW is doing its best to make Ursula as unsympathetic as possible by calling her names like “Nazi”, criminal, seditionist, and right-wing extremist in case the state does feel the need to carry out its sentence. But it is a losing battle. Haverbeck has a world-wide reputation as a beautiful, brave truth-teller of many years – if she is actually put in prison this time, there will be a global uprising against “Holocaust” enforcement laws and a further reading and spread of Frau Haverbeck's beliefs.
What a quandry for the Federal Republic. It's a joy to behold.