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Ursula, Sylvia and Horst – Political Prisoners Update

Postby phdnm » 4 months 1 week ago (Tue Oct 27, 2020 11:44 am)

Ursula, Sylvia and Horst – Political Prisoners Update

Three of our political prisoners in Germany are soon to be released from their prison cells out into…. the open air prison of Corona World.

It needs be said and repeated: these political prisoners are incarcerated for words. They have reached different conclusions about our world and about history from what is prescribed in the main stream. They had the nerve to talk about it. They are in jail for words. Peaceful expression of ideas, facts, conclusions. Simply words. The truth.

The information in this brief update is what I have gathered to be accurate to the best of my knowledge. If there are errors, please let me know in the comments.

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Horst Mahler will be released October 27, 2020 from the Brandenburg / Havel prison. He has been in jail for over 10 years in total. Despite his poor health, the “authorities” never relented in their persecution of Horst.

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Ursula Haverbeck will be released November 5, 2020 from Bielefeld prison. She is over 90 years old. It seems political prisoners never get early parole. She will be in court again on November 17, 2020, in Berlin.

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Sylvia Stolz was given an 18 month jail sentence which began May 23, 2019. That should mean a release date of November 23, 2020.


Those three political prisoners will be “free”, thank God.


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Alfred Schaefer still sits in jail, just over half way through a 4 year sentence. Address here.

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Re: Ursula, Sylvia and Horst – Political Prisoners Update

Postby DogmatischenSchlumer » 4 months 1 week ago (Tue Oct 27, 2020 4:05 pm)

These are great news, even if they enjoy a little bit of freedom for just a while, it disgusts me how resentful certain lobbies are to do such things, and when they can't get away with legal persecution - they'll just get their propaganda machine to boycott everything you do, through your whole life.
"It sounds impossible, but it happened"... such craziness has never seen before in history.

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Re: Ursula, Sylvia and Horst – Political Prisoners Update

Postby stinky » 4 months 1 week ago (Wed Oct 28, 2020 3:24 am)

Thank you for the updates phdnm
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Re: Ursula, Sylvia and Horst – Political Prisoners Update

Postby Carto's Cutlass Supreme » 4 months 1 week ago (Wed Oct 28, 2020 3:44 am)

Thanks so much for posting this Phdnm.

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Re: Ursula, Sylvia and Horst – Political Prisoners Update

Postby phdnm » 4 months 9 hours ago (Thu Nov 05, 2020 8:17 am)

Ursula Haverbeck is free!

5th November 2020

Today, Thursday, November 5th, 2020, Ursula Haverbeck was finally released from JVA Bielefeld after 2.5 years of conviction.

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Ursula shortly after her release!

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Postby phdnm » 3 months 3 weeks ago (Thu Nov 12, 2020 1:54 am)

Update

Released but for how long...

Lawyer Horst Mahler released from prison in Germany after serving 10 years


Nov 1, 2020

THE 84-YEAR-OLD LAWYER WAS RELEASED FROM A PRISON IN THE EASTERN STATE of Brandenburg on Monday afternoon, Oct. 26, a spokesman for the Brandenburg Justice Ministry said.

He was released under strict security conditions, which may have included 'no welcoming party' because it seems there is practically a news blackout on the whole affair.

Mahler was jailed in 2009 after being given a 10-year-plus sentence for “incitement to racial hatred” and for Holocaust denial — which is a crime in Germany.

Mahler was temporarily released in 2015 for medical reasons—he suffers from diabetes and reportedly has had two foot-leg amputations while in prison because of lack of exercise and inadequate diet, and is now confined to a wheelchair. After being released in 2015, he made 'non-permitted' statements and traveled to Hungary where he requested political asylum. The Hungarian authorities (under Orban) refused his request and extradited him back to Germany where he was transferred back to prison in 2017.

New Charges

Mahler's freedom may be once again cut short because German authorites are already coming up with new charges against him. Prosecutors in the city of Cottbus (on the German-Polish border) say they are putting out a new arrest warrant against him for remarks published online. A spokesman for the Potsdam Reginal Court announced a total of six charges for texts, writings and publications, all of which are intended to constitute an offense of sedition.

Mahler has denounced the new charges, saying his remarks were “purely opinions” that he has never denied. "These are contributions to the interpretation of contemporary events on an ideological basis," said Mahler.


The above information was gleaned from Deutsche Welle.com and The Teller Report.com. I will follow up on this news as I am able to find it. Readers' legitimate contributions are welcome.


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Re: Ursula, Sylvia and Horst – Political Prisoners Update

Postby stinky » 3 months 3 weeks ago (Thu Nov 12, 2020 2:16 am)

The vindictive, heavy handedness is sickening.
And all of the human rights / civil liberties advocates.....................?
Nowhere to be seen.
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Re: Ursula, Sylvia and Horst – Political Prisoners Update

Postby phdnm » 3 months 3 weeks ago (Sat Nov 14, 2020 1:47 pm)

Update

Barely released and she must return to court ...


Ursula Haverbeck freed after 2.5 years; immediately faces new charges


Fri, 2020-11-13

By Carolyn Yeager

The persecution of truth tellers continues in Germany, along with the shameless, indecent, brazen mistreatment of it's elderly citizens. (That is because the process is driven by Jews and the One World Order appointees, not by the real German people.) In the case of Ursula Haverbeck, the purpose is to shut her up entirely on the subject of Auschwitz. No freedom to say a word contrary to the JEWISH narrative of Auschwitz.

But Ursula admits that she has always been a thinker -- she can't stop thinking! In her letter below in which she describes her experience in prison, we learn why Ursula cannot, constitutionally, follow the foreign-imposed "history" demanded by the enforcers of the construct called the Federal Republic of Germany. That is not who she is!

The following is a Google automatic translation from the website https://freiheit-fuer-ursula.de/. First, the update from the FREE URSULA HAVERBECK committee, which gives us a better idea of the support for Ursula in Germany itself, and then the letter from Ursula herself, which is very different and better than anything I had been forwarded during her time of incarceration.

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Today, Thursday, November 5th, 2020, Ursula Haverbeck was finally released from JVA Bielefeld after 2.5 years of incarceration.

Conclusion on the “Freedom for Ursula Haverbeck” campaign

Published on 3rd November 2020 from Tippse

In the next few days Ursula Haverbeck will finally be released after two and a half years of conviction. Ursula was neither pardoned nor was she allowed to serve only the usual two thirds of the total sentence.

Her release is reason enough to sum up the campaign “Freedom for Ursula Haverbeck”.

Everything has a beginning


When Ursula was picked up from home by the police on May 7, 2018 and then had to start her detention, the whole of Germany was outraged that the system was really allowing an 89-year-old lady to be incarcerated.

Just three days after the imprisonment, 500 Germans demonstrated in Bielefeld and loudly demanded “freedom for Ursula Haverbeck”.

Her imprisonment and the subsequent demonstration were the starting shot for a cross-party and cross-organizational campaign that has never been seen on this scale in the Federal Republic.

Solidarity campaigns in Germany


In this country, various solidarity campaigns for her release took place nationwide in at least 46 cities, for example in Dortmund, Kerpen, Dresden, Hamm, Bergheim or Bielefeld.

The total number of cities in which actions to release Ursula Haverbeck were carried out will be significantly higher. The 46 cities mentioned are only cities from which submissions for the campaign were published on this website.

In addition to many individual actions and demonstrations directly after Ursula Haverbeck's imprisonment, there were also larger birthday demonstrations in Bielefeld in 2018 and 2019, in which around 500 people took part in 2018 and 300 people in 2019.

Ursula Haverbeck runs for the 2019 European elections


In 2019 the party DIE RECHTE managed to nominate Ursula Haverbeck for the European elections. The 4,000 required support signatures could be submitted in good time to the Federal Returning Officer together with the election documents.

Ursula Haverbeck was not only Germany's oldest prisoner, but also Germany's first prisoner who ran for an election from prison.

Unfortunately, there were repeated voices claiming that Ursula Haverbeck would not be released from prison if she successfully entered the EU Parliament.

The party DIE RECHTE then had two independent expert opinions drawn up, which also came to the conclusion that Ursula Haverbeck could very well be released from prison.

There was thus the unique opportunity to get a prisoner, at least partially, free by entering a parliament.

Ursula Haverbeck's appearance in the European elections made it possible to draw attention to her fate and imprisonment using special aids such as election posters, a commercial on radio and television, as well as leaflet campaigns and public gatherings.

Ursula Haverbeck got almost 25,000 votes in the European elections, but unfortunately they were not enough to get into the EU Parliament.

Solidarity campaigns abroad


Of course, other countries also showed solidarity with Ursula Haverbeck.

In her absence, for example, she was awarded the international “Robert Faurisson Prize” in France. The attorney Wolfram Narath accepted this on behalf of Ursula Haverbeck.

Several actions demanding the release of Ursula Haverbeck also took place abroad, for example in France.

Even in distant Japan they showed solidarity with the imprisoned Ursula Haverbeck.

The flood of letters, the flower offensive and life in prison in the Federal Republic


Already at the beginning of the imprisonment of Ursula Haverbeck, the JVA Bielefeld was confronted with an unprecedented situation, which brought the administrative apparatus of the prison to stumble. The most famous prisoner in the FRG received tons of letters and expressions of solidarity from all over the world, which the prison had to carry in baskets into the cell.

Although the number of mailings has decreased over the years, the number of mails has remained incomparably high.

In addition to the numerous postal traffic, a "flower offensive" was started in September 2019, which some supporters of Ursula Haverbeck had launched. This "flower offensive" had the main task to bring joy to the prisoners and to beautify the dreary life in captivity by means of bouquets of flowers.

In the end, so many bouquets of flowers were delivered to the prison that they no longer fit in Ursula's cell, and a separate agreement had to be made with the supplying nursery to regulate the number of deliveries.

Reports, articles or letters from Ursula Haverbeck also appeared regularly on this special page on the freedom campaign. These dealt with current political issues or simply with life and problems as the oldest prisoner of this republic.

Ursula Haverbeck in the press review


Even before she was arrested, our Ursula made headlines in the national and international press with her expressions of opinion and her legal proceedings.

Of course, the reports of her imprisonment were all the more intense in the media. Their appearance in the European elections caused a great stir among the press smearers.

In addition to the usual reports from the lying and gap press, numerous patriotic newspapers also reported on her fate. The magazine "NS HEUTE", for example, devoted an entire front page to the captured Ursula Haverbeck.

Everything has an end


Everything has an end ... this campaign too.

Fortunately, the end of this campaign is a happy event, because Ursula Haverbeck is finally released from her convictions.

In conclusion, it should be noted that this campaign has achieved its goal in full, as it has managed to mobilize and finally organize a large number of friends and supporters of Ursula Haverbeck across party and organizational boundaries.

Only together could one build up an enormous range to point out the fate of Ursula Haverbeck and the lack of freedom of expression in this country.

At this point we would like to thank all supporters and hope that they will remain loyal to our Ursula in the future. Even if Ursula Haverbeck is now in "freedom", our solidarity goes out to her, because they want to drag her to court again on November 17th, 2020.

Solidarity with Ursula Haverbeck!


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Re: Ursula, Sylvia and Horst – Political Prisoners Update

Postby phdnm » 3 months 2 weeks ago (Mon Nov 16, 2020 1:04 am)

Update with a nice picture :D

True Heroes: Heartwarming meeting of Horst and Ursula

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Sun, 2020-11-15

Saturday, November 14, 2020, Henry Hafenmeier took this historic photo of Horst Mahler and Ursula Haverbeck, both very recently released from long sentences in the Federal Republic of Germany's political prison system.

Though now 82 and 92 years of age respectively, they were incarcerated for daring to exercise free thought and speech on the EU's forbidden topic - the "Holocaust."

Photo sent to me by Michele Renouf, with comments from German friends. Thanks all. We will overcome.

P.S. - Rather than trying to send cards/letters to them personally, it would be more helpful to support their cause by posting well-considered comments, or even slogans, in as many places as you can. What's needed is more open support, not more greeting cards. Become an activist!


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Re: Ursula, Sylvia and Horst – Political Prisoners Update

Postby phdnm » 3 months 2 weeks ago (Tue Nov 17, 2020 11:43 pm)

Update

17 November 2020

Translated from: https://www1.wdr.de/nachrichten/westfal ... n-100.html

Holocaust denier Haverbeck in court again


The Holocaust denier Ursula Haverbeck was on trial again on Tuesday. The 92-year-old Vlothoerin has to answer before the Tiergarten district court in Berlin on charges of sedition.

Only a few days ago Haverbeck was released from the Bielefeld-Brackwede JVA after two and a half years in prison. The trial is now about an interview with a Youtuber from March 2018. According to the prosecutor, she denied the Holocaust in this video.

Haverbeck rejects allegations

At the beginning of the trial, Ursula Haverbeck rejected the allegations. The 92-year-old stated that she "did not understand the whole event". What she was accused of was "taken out of context".

The court ruled that the trial should continue in early December.

Two other current proceedings

It should not be the last trial against the 92-year-old from Vlotho in the Herford district. Appeal proceedings are still pending for two judgments by the local courts in Hamburg and Berlin. There she was sentenced to ten and six months in prison without parole. So it is possible that Haverbeck will have to go to prison again.


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