Justice? Or Retribution?

Introduction — June 12, 2018

Ursula Haverbeck

Ursula Haverbeck

Below is a machine translation of a German newspaper report on renewed efforts to prosecute Ursula Haverbeck.
In August last year the 89-yearold was convicted and sentenced to serve 14 months in prison for “Holocaust denial”. Now it appears that she may even have to spend even longer in prison as a German court decides on the exact length of her sentence.
This website doesn’t question whether the Nazis actually killed Jews en mass during WWII. However, we would question the exact historical details: i.e. who gave the orders, precisely how many Jews were killed, how they died and where?
To ask such questions doesn’t make one a Nazi. From a historical perspective they are entirely legitimate and many of them remain unanswered.
For example we know for a fact that Nazi death squads were unleashed to slaughter Jews in the wake of the invasion of Russia. The Einsatzgruppen killed at least 1.2 million Jews in Russia yet the Holocaust Industry devotes next to no attention to their crimes.
These mobile Nazi death squads wrought death across western Russia but few books or movies have been written or made about them.
Instead the Holocaust Industry stays firmly focused on Auschwitz and other concentration camps. We are told repeatedly that these were “death camps”. Yet little remains of the millions who supposedly died in them and those who question the number who died are labled Holoccaust deniers, a crime in many countries punishable with prison sentences.
This despite the fact that the gas chambers at Auschwitz are known to have been built by German Prisoners of War after WWII and persistant questions about their performance in mass executions.
To raise such questions doesn’t mean that one is a Nazi or an”anti-Semite”. Indeed this writer comes from a mixed-race background so if the proponents of the conventional Holocaust narrative are to be believed, he too may have been lined up outside a gas chamber.
For her part Ursula Haverbeck maintains that Auschwitz and other concentration camps were “labour camps” not “death camps”. As a result, at the age of nearly ninety, she could face even more time in prison.

Again prison for Holocaust denier Haverbeck

NDR.de — June 11, 2018 (Machine translation)

Holocaust denier Ursula Haverbeck must serve another sentence in prison. Reason is a decision of the Higher Regional Court (OLG) in North Rhine-Westphalia Hamm. That said, according to their own information on Monday, the revision of the right-wing extremist back. Haverbeck had appealed against a judgment of the lower court, the district court Detmold. This had condemned the now 89-year-old in November 2017 because of the dissemination of essays in which she had once again denied the Holocaust. The sentence was then: imprisonment of one year and two months without parole.

Holocaust denial proved

The decision of the Higher Regional Court states that Haverbeck distributed the texts on various occasions via the Internet, post and in courtrooms. In it, she claimed that the Holocaust did not exist and that the extermination camp Auschwitz was a labor camp. According to the decision, Haverbeck denied in the form of so-called factual claims “historically proven facts”. Therefore, she can not rely on the protection of freedom of expression. The scriptures are also suitable “to disturb the public peace”. There was no error of law in the judgment under appeal of the lower court. The Higher Regional Court passed the decision on May 30, but it was released on Monday.

Ongoing imprisonment

Haverbeck has been in prison for several weeks. She was convicted in late August 2017 by the Verden District Court for sedition in eight cases to a two-year sentence without parole, which became final after a decision of the Higher Regional Court Celle. This was the first time that Haverbeck had actually been jailed after several cases of public Holocaust denial and several fines and probation. Now, the competent penal enforcement chamber decides whether Haverbeck must serve both sentences – the two years of the district court of Verden and the one year and two months of the district court Detmold – one after the other or whether they are combined into a total sentence.

Will Haverbeck be released sooner?

According to a spokeswoman for the prosecutor Detmold, it is common in such cases that the Chamber decides which has imposed the higher penalty. In this case, the district court of Verden would be the decisive authority. If the sentences are summarized, the Holocaust denier Haverbeck threatens to legislate a total sentence that is over two years but below the total sum of both penalties.