November 14, 2015
As Germany is getting invaded completely, women getting raped on the streets constantly and their economy incapable of dealing with the mass welfare payments now required as their entire historical identity is set to be crushed under the weight of Islam, the German government is focused on much more pressing concerns: old women who don’t believe that millions of innocent Jews were turned into lampshades by Adolf Hitler 70 years ago.
And I would have to agree that this should be the focus. Because if it becomes more widely believed that this alleged Holocaust was a gigantic hoax by Jews and then people make the connection that it is Jews behind the immigration agenda, the entire German Project would collapse.
Because first it’s “wait, are you serious there is no actual physical evidence that gas chambers ever existed and the entire ‘history’ of this event is based on the eyewitness testimony of Jews?” and then soon enough it’s “wait, why are all these millions of military-aged males from the Middle East marching into our country?”
Gotta nip that in the bud.
A well-known 87-year-old German Neo-Nazi grandmother has been sentenced to 10 months in prison after being found guilty of denying the Holocaust.
Bild newspaper reported Friday that Ursula Haverbeck, dubbed the “Nazi grandma” in the German media, said she will appeal Thursday’s Hamburg state court verdict.
Haverbeck was charged earlier this year after giving an interview outside the trial of former SS Sgt. Oskar Groening claiming Auschwitz wasn’t a death camp.
When she challenged the presiding judge in Hamburg to prove it was, Bild reports that he said he wouldn’t debate someone who “can’t accept any facts.”
“Neither do I have to prove to you the world is round,” Magistrate Bjoern Joensson said.
There simply cannot be discussion with someone who will not accept that eyewitness testimony from Jews is proof of a fact. These holo-denying crazies ask for physical evidence of these gas chambers, and you just can’t engage the delusion of someone who thinks proof beyond “Jews said it” is needed for something to be considered a fact.
The truth of the words of Jews is as clear as the world being round.
In his ruling, Joensson said, according to Agence France-Presse, “It is deplorable that his woman, who is still so active given her age, uses her energy to spread such hair-raising nonsense.”
“She is a lost cause,” he added, AFP reported.
Haverbeck is a notorious extremist who was once chaired a far-right trainng center shut down in 2008 for spreading Nazi propaganda, according to AFP. She has a rap sheet and a suspended sentence for sedition.
Haverbeck was arrested on hate speech charges in June, according to reports.
Here’s the full interview, with English.