Germany

“Germany marks 75th Anniversary” of corrupt Nuremberg Tribunals, but whose trials were they?

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2020-11-20 16:21

Note the flags behind the "distinguished" members of the International Military Tribunal in 1946 as they read their verdicts of death to the "Nazi" leaders on trial in the Nurembrg Palace of JusticeI can see the flags of Britain, the United States, and France. It was their courtroom, no longer a German courtroom.


By Carolyn Yeager

THE HEADLINES ON ALL THE DUTIFULLY PLACED NEWS STORIES  marking the 75th anniversary of the opening day of what's known as the Nuremberg Military Tribunals are identical on this November 20, 2020: “Germany marks 75th anniversary of landmark Nuremberg trials”. The reason they are identical is because only one article was written, by the Associated Press (AP) and, as usual, just picked up and run by everyone else. There is no diversity in the coverage.

Ursula Haverbeck freed after 2.5 years; immediately faces new charges

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2020-11-13 11:17

Ursula Haverbeck is free! This photo from the "Freiheit für Ursula Haverbeck" website is captioned "Ursula shortly after her release!" but I don't think it is from 2020, but on an earlier occasion.  Which means that a scene like this was not allowed this time around. If I am wrong about that, I beg to be corrected.


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.

German Court acquits Lady Renouf of 'Holocaust'-related charges without a trial

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2020-11-11 10:05

The following Good News came November 10th from Peter Rushton, editor of Heritage and Destiny in Britain.

Victory!

Lady Renouf vindicated over Dresden speech

After 32 months German courts back down, Renouf acquitted

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

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2020-11-01 12:48

Horst Mahler's long-awaited release from prison was not covered by the mainstream media. He's one of those charismatic "heroes of the Right" the establishment tries to "cancel."


By Carolyn Yeager

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.

Kalbitz steps down from Brandenburg leadership, awaiting “clarification”

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2020-08-05 12:57

Andreas Kalbitz (left) and Jörg Meuthen meet each other one year ago in Cottbus, an important but depressed city in Brandenburg state.


By Carolyn Yeager

See my previous post from May 16: https://carolynyeager.net/alternative-fuer-deutschland-votes-expel-popular-right-wing-state-leader-party

Andreas Kalbitz announced Tuesday that he was stepping down from the role of regional leader in Brandenburg, while awaiting legal clarification from a Berlin regional court. The Brandenburg AfD leadership had previously voted to keep Kalbitz as their state leader even after he was no longer a member of the party, but they accepted his resignation unanimously.

Kalbitz had been connected with a “far-right” but legal youth group back in 2007 named Heimattreuen Deutschen Jugend (HDJ), translated as 'German Youth Faithful to the Homeland,' which he said he was never officially a member of, but only attended some events. Since that time, this group has been banned in Germany.

AfD vs. Angela Merkel in Germany's Constitutional Court

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2020-07-22 18:44

Germany's highest court, located in Karlsruhe, in session.


By Carolyn Yeager

GERMANY'S PATRIOT PARTY, THE ALTERNATIVE FUER DEUTSCHLAND  (AfD), filed two important lawsuits on Wednesday against Chancellor Angela Merkel in the Karlsruhe High Court for statements she made back on February 5 after the election of Thomas Kemmerich (FDP) as Thuringian state premier.

Merkel, a member of the CDU party, was on a state visit to South Africa at the time, and publicly called the election “unforgivable” and stated “the result must be reversed.” Within a day Kemmerich did voluntarily resign, and a re-run of the vote ended with the re-election of Bodo Ramelow of the Left (communist) Party, which Merkel obviously prefers to any hint of cooperation with the hated (in her eyes) right-wing party, the Alternative fuer Deutschland.

Anti-German German Foreign Minister openly sides with US rioters against police

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2020-06-02 18:54

Heiko Maas, Germany's Social Democrat Foreign Minister, supports lawbreaking as long as it's done by Leftists. When it comes to what he calls the Far Right, he's for cracking down hard.


By Carolyn Yeager

THE LEFT-WING SOCIAL DEMOCRAT FOREIGN MINISTER in Germany, Heiko Maas, joins with left-wingers everywhere in criticising the behavior of law enforcement in the United States. Although the FRG (Federal Republic) is the least democratic state in Europe, with its notorious “Paragraph 130” that excludes anything related in any way to the National Socialist regime of 1933-45 from the general freedoms of speech and association guaranteed by German Basic law, Maas expressed concern for American democracy on Tuesday.

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas on Tuesday said peaceful protests against police brutality in the United States were "more than legitimate" and called for press freedom for those covering the demonstrations.  (Deutsche Welle.com)

Alternative fuer Deutschland votes to expel a popular right-wing state leader from the party

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2020-05-16 01:08

Andreas Kalbitz since 2017 was a member of the AfD federal executive board. On February 13 it was announced that he - along with Björn Höcke and Hans-Thomas Tillschneider - had been under surveillance by the Office for the Protection of the Constitution since the beginning of the year. 


By Carolyn Yeager

GERMANY'S AfD PARTY VOTED TO EXPEL THEIR BRANDENBURG STATE LEADER Friday over his past connections with an alleged “neo-nazi” youth movement, despite Andreas Kalbitz' denial that he was ever a member. The vote was close: 7-5 with one abstention.

The current co-leaders of the AfD are Joerg Meuthen and Tino Chrupalla. Other top national leaders include Beatrix von Storch, Alice Weidel, Alexander Gauland and Stephan Brandner. Gauland, age 79, retired from the leadership position last year, but is still Federal Parliamentary Leader along with Weidel.

Gauland: VE Day should not be a public holiday in Germany

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2020-05-06 21:13

Alexander Gauland, AfD parliamentary leader addresses the Bundestag in opposition to a petition to make VE Day a public holiday in Germany.


By Carolyn Yeager

On May 8, Europe will once again commemorate Victory in Europe Day. This year will mark the 75th Anniversary and some people in Germany  want it to become a “public holiday.”

A petition by a “Holocaust survivor” Esther Bejarano urges President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Chancellor Angela Merkel to proclaim May 8th a public holiday because “This is the day of German liberation and the defeat of the NS regime.” The petition has been signed by 80,000 people as of May 6. Germany's population is 80 million people.

Second AfD politician suffers automobile arson attack

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2020-03-11 02:35

More news from AfD's web page ...

ON MARCH 10, AN ARSON ATTACK WAS DISCOVERED on the car of the AfD provisional Berlin party chairman Nicolaus Fest. The State Criminal Police Office has taken over the investigation. On the same night, a restaurant used temporarily by the AfD for events was also attacked.

Recently, the car of the AfD Federal President Tino Chrupalla was subjected to an arson attack in Saxony. Nicolaus Fest said that neither he nor the party would "back away because of radical leftist violence." He accused the other parties of "inconspicuous smear campaigns against the AfD". While the controlled media in Germany runs stories about the threat of "far-right" violence, the constant violence coming from the Left is ignored.

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