Germany: 95-Year-Old Ursula Haverbeck is Back in Court for Another Crimethink Trial

She came to the trial in a wheelchair

The government of Germany is really serious about wanting you to believe in the Holocaust.

If you don’t believe in it, they will put you in prison, and if you come out still not believing, they will just keep putting you in prison over and over again.

Being a 95-year-old woman in a wheelchair is no excuse. You have to believe that sixty million Jews were gassed in fake shower rooms and made into lampshades by Adolf Hitler, or you just have to keep going back to prison.

Deutsche Welle:

Holocaust denier Ursula Haverbeck went on trial again on Friday in the German city of Hamburg for incitement to hatred.

Haverbeck has repeatedly and publicly denied the genocide of European Jews by the Nazis during World War II.

This has made her a popular figure in the far-right scene.

On November 12, 2015, she was sentenced to 10 months in prison without parole by the Hamburg District Court.

She then filed an appeal. Almost nine years later, the case is once again before the courts.

Some antifa cockroaches were protesting in front of the court. I don’t even get what exactly they were protesting.

The current case concerns statements made by Haverbeck in April 2015 on the sidelines of a trial against the later convicted SS member Oskar Gröning at the Lüneburg District Court and in a television interview.

According to prosecutors, she told journalists that Auschwitz was not an extermination camp but a labor camp. In a television interview with the NDR “Panorama” program, she also denied that mass extermination had taken place there.

The 95-year-old, who lives in the western German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, has convicted mutliple times of incitement over 20 years, including serving prison sentences without parole.

In 2022, a Berlin court sentenced her to one year in prison without probation for incitement to hatred. The verdict is final, but the prison sentence has not yet begun.

Because of her age, Haverbeck was accompanied by a representative of the forensic medical service.

The long trip was far too strenuous for her, said Haverbeck, who repeatedly complained of the “infirmities of old age.”

“I think you’re really fit,” the judge said. The trial is scheduled to continue on June 12 and June 26.

It’s a brave woman, who will keep going in and out of prison like this for decades because she refuses to say a lie.

It seems to me that if the Holocaust was real, they wouldn’t need to put old women in prison to prove that point.