Ursula Haverbeck is know facing criminal hate speech charges after debating how many Jews died in the Holocaust on national television.
The debate was aired on German public television and broadcast all over Europe. It was the first time anyone has been allowed to question the official holocaust death toll on German television. Police stormed and ransacked her home along with the homes of three of her supporters.
Prosecutors are preparing the charges. She will face five year in prison if convicted.
Ursula Haverbeck debated the existence of homicidal gas chambers and the six million Holocaust death toll on a German television station. Many of the things she said are illegal to say in Germany. It is believed to be the first time that the Holocaust has ever been debated on German tv. The show was aired on Das Erste, German Public Television. The interview is posted on the Das Erste website, which Alexa ranks as the 208th most popular website in Germany. Das Erste is broadcast Europe-wide for free.
Haverbeck believes that a free debate on the Holocaust has major political implications. This is because the Holocaust is routinely used as an excuse to brow beat Europeans into accepting far-left policies. For example, British Labour Party head Ed Miliband has cited the Holocaust as the reason why Britain must have open borders. Haverbeck called the Holocaust the “biggest and most sustained lie in history.”
During WWII, four countries put ethnic Jews in concentration camps. These were Germany, Croatia, Romania, and Britain.
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