Ursula Haverbeck was born on November 8, 1928 in Winterscheid, Gilserberg, Hesse, Germany. She was previously married to Werner Georg Haverbeck. In November 2015, at the age of 87, she was sentenced to ten months imprisonment for Holocaust denial. Several additional convictions in the fall of 2016 led to further sentences.
In the immediate aftermath of the War of Aryan Genocide Two (euphemistically called World War Two), a professional demographer did a detailed study of the Jewish population not just in Germany but in all of Europe from the years just prior to the carnage to the years immediately after it. He correctly concluded that if the so-called Nazis exterminated 6 million Jews from 1941 to 1945, with the Jewish population in Europe in the early to mid 1950s being what it was, compared to what it was pre-war, then every Jewish woman in every Jewish family would have had to have borne 15 healthy children post war. Quite obviously, nothing remotely like that happened. The camps were work and detention centers, not extermination camps. Now there is no doubt in my mind that upon being herded into the camps, many Jews that saw the large sign over the entrances, "Work Will Make You Free", dropped dead on the spot. The very thought of actually working killed them. As a parasite race, Jews don't work. They live off of the labor of the Goyim. Thank you Jack & HP for posting this.
Ursula Haverbeck proves heroes can come in the form of eighty plus year old woman. To paraphrase Yogi Berra; life ain't over till it's over. I don't really consider the Holocaust a Jewish lie either. They are just loudmouth ignorant dupes who derive great benefit from it. But this is a lie foisted on the world by the Trotskyists to cover up their own depravations in the East and their intentions for the West. It doesn't hold up in a court of law, which is why both Zundel's are dead. As Steven Stills once said; "teach your children well." Or you may very well find yourself in one of Trotsky's Gulags...
Thank you for posting this