Monday, September 5, 2016

German 'Nazi grandma', 87, is sentenced to prison for the second time in a year for denying the Holocaust and claiming Auschwitz was only a 'labour camp

Via Nancy

German neo-Nazi Ursula Haverbeck, dubbed the 'Nazi grandma' by German media, has again been convicted of Holocaust denial and sentenced to eight months in prison
Because we have absolutely nothing more important to do than tell people how they must think.........
 
A prominent German neo-Nazi dubbed the 'Nazi grandma' by German media has again been convicted of Holocaust denial and sentenced to eight months in prison.

The Detmold state court in Germany announced on Friday that 87-year-old Ursula Haverbeck plans to appeal the decision.

Haverbeck wrote a letter in February to the mayor of Detmold when a former Auschwitz guard was going on trial there, claiming the notorious Nazi death camp was only a labour camp and called survivors 'alleged witnesses.'

12 comments:

  1. When the work camp was opened up, the people in the camp
    were asked "do you want to wait for help or do you want
    to go with the Germans" They said they would go with the
    Germans.

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  2. Questioning the facts around the Holocaust or discussing 'other information' beyond the official narrative is a crime in Germany, and this lady will go to prison, even if she is telling the truth. That's what the Globalists want for anyone denying global warming is caused by people ... or global cooling... or whatever it happens to be when the Hammer finally falls. You don't have to be a Nazi to say what she is saying, but even if she is a neo-Nazi, is she telling the truth?

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    1. this lady will go to prison, even if she is telling the truth. That's what the Globalists want for anyone denying global warming is caused by people ... or global cooling... or whatever it happens to be when the Hammer finally falls.

      Really.

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      You don't have to be a Nazi to say what she is saying, but even if she is a neo-Nazi, is she telling the truth?

      As you know my dear, whether she is or not is completely irrelevant, as it is her right to do so. :) How far have we fallen.

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  3. It is irrelevant to us, but in Germany, it is illegal to be a Nazi publicly.

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    1. In case you missed it.

      http://freenorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2016/09/merkels-ruling-cdu-party-has-been.html

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  4. I saw that news and was thrilled. I wonder if Germany can last until the national election.

    Lame Cherry had an interesting insight on this subject, and it's not what you might think by the title - logic over propaganda:

    http://lamecherry.blogspot.com/2016/09/the-hideous-german-concentration-camps.html

    Then there's this one on the Super Gun:
    http://lamecherry.blogspot.com/2016/09/the-super-gun.html

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    1. Interesting and reading them now. Thanks.

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  5. There is a lot of Holocaust denial going around. I find this odd and I think Germany is right for making this kind of thing criminal. My grandparents came over to the USA before World War II and so survived. But no one else in my family that was in Europe at the time did. My grandfather Yaakov had a brother Avraham with a wife and seven young children who were all murdered by the Nazis. That was not because of working too hard in labor camp.

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    1. I'm sorry to hear that, but you can't make mind-thought a crime. The Russians don't and they have innumerable sins. Here's a story in my family that you might enjoy. Check out the link "The tragic end of Anneliese and her family" and double-click on "ENLARGED'" Tante Marie received more food during the war up until the very end that when the allies controlled it the first few years. Ming boggling.

      http://freenorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2016/03/the-slaughter-of-innocent-germans-after.html

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  6. Decades ago, while in high school I was tasked with an essay on the death camps. What jumped out to me was that the camps were almost always located beside an industrial site. Another is when you break down the number killed from years to hours.

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    1. Interesting and thanks. Do you still have the paper?

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