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German Politican Susanne Ulber has been excluded from her party for having "denied the holocaust" in a Facebook posting...
Germany's patriotic opposition parties always face persecution because they are accused of trying to re-establish politics that Adolf the Unspeakable favored, too. To whitewash themselves, these "patriots" in turn persecute those in their own ranks exposing this pseudo-historical sham...
A courageous three-judge panel in the state supreme court of Saxony-Anhalt hands down the acquittal of a vociferous Holocaust revisionist.
Horst Mahler refuses to go back to prison and explains why in this video.
The Constitunional Court in Germany has now determined the right of free speech in any case, so if there are several possibilities to interpret a statement, the court is bound to assume the most beneficial one for the defandant.
A short video interview with Ursula Haverbeck, who in the last few years has openly expressed her views on the Holocaust and as a consequence was tried in Germany for “denial” and sentenced to pay several thousand euros in fines.
German Historian Ursula Haverbeck is interviewed here and talks about the Holocaust, the hoax behind it and the free speech issues that prevents Germans among other historians to publicly express their views and findings on this matter, at age 87, she got sentenced to 10 months in prison for this interview.
Ursula Haverbeck is one of those voices of reason who has been persecuted in Germany, ironically for trying to clear an obscure part of German history. This is a short video where interesting questions are posed.
Entrevista a Ursula Haverbeck, de 86 años, personaje público del país germano, realizada por la televisión pública alemana (ARD) en el programa "Panorama", en marzo de 2015. La Señora Haverbeck se atrevió a hacer lo que hasta ahora nadie se había atrevido en Alemania: romper el tabú y cuestionar argumentada y públicamente a través de la televisión la veracidad del supuesto "holocausto judío", a pesar de que negar o tan solo dudar de él está sancionado penalmente en aquel país como en varios otros.