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Ursula Haverbeck as she appeared circa 1940
Ursula Haverbeck displaying one of her books on Holohoax truth

Ursula Hedwig Meta Haverbeck-Wetzel (born November 8, 1928) is a German journalist and activist from Vlotho, Germany. Since 2004, she has also been the subject of harassment lawsuits and convicted of thought crime due to her Holohoax truthism, which in the Israeli puppet-state of Germany is a criminal thought offense. It is illegal to question jew narratives in Germany.

Her husband was Werner Georg Haverbeck, who was an administrator in the National Socialist Party, founder and director in 1933 of the German Imperial Federation of Nation and Homeland (Sanctioned by the Royal Family), as well as a well-respected writer and publisher, historian, folklorist and parson of the local church. From 1982 he was also a scientific advisor of the Ecological Democratic Party.

Political imprisonment

In November 2015, at the age of 87, she was sentenced to ten months' imprisonment for Holohoax Truthism and other thought crimes. Several additional convictions in the fall of 2016 led to further such sentences. She unsuccessfully appealed all sentences, and on May 7, 2018, began to serve her latest two-year jail sentence after being picked up at her home by German thought police. Released from a prison in Bielefeld at the end of 2020, she was quickly charged again and was due to face a new trial in March 2022.

Quotebubble.png "Free speech? Ha! There is free expression in this country until you say something that the jew does not like. I am 93 years old, and I will not tell popular lies just to stay out of prison. they have found to their dismay that I refuse to give up the struggle against this continuing jewish evil, and so, neither should any of you.
—Ursula Haverbeck

She has been released since this news article was written, but she is primed to go back in soon. This image is kept up to demonstrate her cruel treatment.
Ursula Haverbeck-Wetzel

Ursula Haverbeck-Wetzel is demonized by some (leftists), but considered a self-sacrificing and exemplary hero by many others for standing up for her beliefs and defending Freedom of Speech rights.
Born Ursula Meta Hedwig Wetzel
8 November 1928(1928-11-08)
Winterscheid, Hesse, German Reich
Nationality German
Known for German fascist
Historical author
Holohoax skeptic
Civil rights activist
Spouse ∞ 1970 Prof. Dr. Werner Georg Haverbeck


Ursula Meta Hedwig Haverbeck, née Wetzel (b. 8 November 1928), is a German author, ecologist, political activist, heroic and persecuted revisionist, civil rights activist and dissident of the FRG from Vlotho. Since 2004, she has also been the subject of several charges of "Holohoax denial", which in jew controlled Germany is a thought crime.

In November 2015, at the age of 87, she was sentenced to ten months' imprisonment for Holohoax denial.[1] Several additional convictions in the autumn of 2016 led to further such sentences. She unsuccessfully appealed all sentences,[2][3] and on 7 May 2018 began to serve her latest two-year jail sentence after being picked up at her home by German police.[4] Released from a prison in Bielefeld at the end of 2020, she was quickly charged again and was due to face a new trial in March 2022.[5]


Ursula Haverbeck was born in Hessia and spent her youth in East Prussia, where she was a leader of the Jungmädelbund (Jungmädelführerin). After World War II, she lived in Sweden for four years as a refugee, having been expelled from East Prussia (Heimatvertriebene), after which she studied education, philosophy and linguistics (Pädagogik, Philosophie und Sprachwissenschaften), including two years in Scotland.

Born in Winterscheid, now part of Gilserberg, in November 1928, Haverbeck was soon to become one of the many displaced refugees fleeing the Red Army’s notoriously bloodthirsty advance into East Prussia. Subsequently living in Sweden and Scotland, she studied pedagogy, philosophy, and linguistics. Her husband Georg, to whom she was married for over fifty years and with whom she shared an entire worldview, was himself a writer, publisher, folklorist, and sometime parson to a local Christian community. He also founded the Imperial Federation of Nation and Homeland and was a scientific consultant to the Ecological Democratic Party before he and his wife were expelled by its Bremen branch for attempting to forge links with the ultra-patriotic National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD). Undeterred by such truculence, Haverbeck has subsequently emerged as one of Germany’s leading advocates for freedom of expression, a high-profile opponent of censorship in the media, and a spokesperson for the right to peaceful and lawful assembly in her native land. This has led her into direct conflict with German Justice Ministers like Heiko Mass, who attempted to undermine freedom of expression in Germany with his Netzwerkdurchsetzungsgsesetz (Network Enforcement Law) to combat “online hate speech” and “fake news,” as well as his successor Katarina Barley, who famously demanded the reopening of the German-Austrian border, which was closed as an emergency response to Chancellor Merkel’s irresponsible open-door invitation to the Third World which precipitated the latest phase of the European migrant crisis.[6]

In 1970, she married Prof. Dr. Werner Georg Haverbeck (1909–1999), who had worked in the Reich leadership of the National Socialist German Student Union (NSDStB) from 1929 to 1932 and in the Reich leadership (Reichsleitung) of the NSDAP from 1933 to 1934. For over fifty years, Haverbeck-Wetzel worked in the political shadow of her husband. After her husband's death in 1999, she took over many of his functions including chair of the international adult education establishment Heimvolkshochschule Collegium Humanum in Vlotho, North Rhine-Westphalia, which they both had founded in 1963. The Collegium Humanum was first active in the German environmental movement, and from the early 1980s openly turned to the right-wing academic movement; the renowned association was subsequently banned by the German Federal Ministry of the Interior (Bundesministerium des Innern) in 2008.

From 1983 until 1989, Haverbeck-Wetzel was also president of the World Union for Protection of Life (Weltbund zum Schutze des Lebens BRD e. V.), Section Germany (WSL-Deutschland), and disclosed in this non-governmental position her opposition towards the Western system and the Allied occupation of the Federal Republic of Germany. She was temporarily a member of the green Ecological Democratic Party (ÖDP). In 1989, at the instigation of the ÖDP regional associations Bremen and North Rhine-Westphalia, she was excluded from the party, amongst other reasons because she attempted to organize a patriotic coalition of the ÖDP, NPD, and other homeland groups.

In 1992, Haverbeck-Wetzel became first chairperson of the newly founded Memorial Sites Association (German: Verein Gedächtnisstätte e. V.), remaining in that position until 2003. The registered association was established in May 1992 with the statute to build a dignified remembrance for the Bombing of Germany, abduction, rape, expulsion and detention centres, to end "the unjustified unilateral nature of the view of history and struggle to overcome the negatives of the past" (German: um die ungerechtfertigte Einseitigkeit der Geschichtsbetrachtung und Vergangenheitsbewältigung zu beenden). In 2014, the memorial "Gedächtnisstätte Guthmannshausen" was solemnly inaugurated, Haverbeck-Wetzel being one of the guests of honor.

Punishment for political views

German historian Ursula Haverbeck-Wetzel has her personal and professional right to deny holocaust, citing well-known revisionist books like: Did Six Million Really Die? by Richard Harwood/Richard Verrall, 1974, The Hoax of the Twentieth Century by Arthur Butz, 1976 , A Real Case Against the jews, 1928 by Marcus Eli Ravage (the rothschilds’ biographer), Joseph Hirt, Man who claimed to have escaped Auschwitz admits he lied for years. Nowadays, Ursula Haverbeck states that jews seized power in Germany and placed the ordinary Germans in a “psychological concentration camp” – a system of intimidation and control over consciousness. Seems familiar for your country too (USA, France, Britain etc.)? After a television speech, armed anti-terrorist SWAT police stormed into her house. During the police raid at night, the door of the house of the 86-year-old German historian Ursula Haverbreck was knocked out. The secret police defeated her house library, throwing all the contents on the floor in search of what is believed to be documents that could testify against the official version of the Holohoax. Three other historians, her colleagues, were also attacked by the police – their books and documents where seized by the security service. Haverbreck is accused of hateful anti-jewish speech and denial of the Holohoax. For her faith and voice Ursula Haverbeck was convicted by German jewGovernment to 10 months of prison in 2015. Ursula Haverbreck claims that at the end of the war she was subjected to repression and ethnic cleansing along with millions of other Germans and that she is a victim of jews who seized power and created a “psychological concentration camp” in Germany – a system of intimidation and control over consciousness. You, the free people of the world! Take action on this obvious injustice that indimidates the wise elders in our non-democratic societies (wisdom keepers)! As an injustice somewhere is an injustice averywhere! (Martin Luther King, Jr.) Otherwise, you don’t have a future, wherever you are.[7]
Ursula Hedwig Meta Haverbeck-Wetzel, an 86-year-old German woman who was ethnically cleansed from her home following WWII, has been arrested following her appearance on a public television program in Germany. There, she openly disputed the state-sanctioned-and-enforced “Holohoax” narrative of WWII, describing it as “the biggest and most persistent lie in history.” In many countries in Europe, including Germany, it is a crime to dispute, question or openly challenge the official narrative of the Holohoax specifically and WWII generally. Mrs. Haverbeck, along with three of her colleagues and supporters, were arrested after having had their homes raided and ransacked by German police, where documents, books and other personal items were seized. Germany has some of the most tyrannical anti-free speech and thought laws in the world. If found guilty, Mrs. Haverbeck could face up to five years in prison. “Ursula Haverbeck’s arrest was predictable from the start,” Warren Routledge, author of the must-read book Holohoax High Priest: Elie Wiesel, Night, the Memory Cult & the Rise of Revisionism, explained to AMERICAN FREE PRESS in a recent interview. “The German people have been under tight Zionist jewish control for decades. It is also a poorly kept secret that the federal republic’s current chancellor, Angela Merkel, has been a CIA [Central Intelligence Agency] asset for decades. With the country’s unification after the fall of the Berlin Wall, she made a seamless transition from reporting to the CIA about her communist bosses to snitching on the intimate workings of the new, united government of Germany.” During the television interview, the full version of which has been released on YouTube, Mrs. Haverbeck explains how she attempted to contact the appropriate German officials, such as the German Ministry of Justice, as well as the Central Council of jews in Germany, for answers to basic questions she has about the alleged Holohoax. Her inquiries included asking about where specifically the purported 6 million dead bodies were disposed of. She received no answers. Mrs. Haverbeck noted during the roughly hour-long interview that if the officially sanctioned Holohoax narrative were effectively challenged and refuted—which courageous historical revisionists have accomplished—the entire post-WWII political system would be in jeopardy. “The truth needs no laws,” Mrs. Haverbeck declared before going on to state that the only solid basis for the future of humanity—for all peoples of the world—is the truth, and the official Holohoax narrative simply is not true. Therefore, it is being used to enslave and manipulate humanity, especially the German nation. Perhaps the most interesting aspect of Mrs. Haverbeck’s interview was her citation and discussion of the official Garrison and Commandant Orders issued by the Third Reich, which were used to guide official government policy in the network of concentration camps administered by National Socialist Germany during WWII. Mrs. Haverbeck correctly argues that the various concentration camps, particularly the notorious Auschwitz- Birkenau camp, were mostly labor camps used to provide healthy and productive workers for the German war effort, a fact that is well-established in the official German Orders governing behavior and policy in the camps. [...] Dr. James H. Fetzer, a philosopher of science who authored the foreword to Nicholas Kollerstrom’s excellent book decisively debunking the official Holohoax narrative entitled Breaking the Spell—The Holohoax: Myth and Reality, argues that the Holohoax story does not stand up to scientific or logical scrutiny. “My view has always been that, if the Holohoax was real, then research will support it, and if it was not, the world deserves to know,” Fetzer explained to this reporter. “We have proven it was not—and the world deserves to know.”[8]

Werner Georg Haverbeck

Among the ultra-right adherents of Anthroposophy (de)today are officials of the World League for the Protection of Life (WSL), a small but influential and very wealthy environmental organization in the Federal Republic. The garden at its educational center is cultivated according to biodynamic methods, and visitors are served organic refreshments. Yet this organization was founded in 1958 by former members of the National Socialist party, and today it links protection of 'life' (that is, 'right-to-life') themes and the environment with racism and a revival of volkisch ideology. The 'life' it is most interested in protecting is of course German 'life'; thus the WSL is rabidly anti-abortion, believing that German women should be devoted to giving birth [...] The spiritual leader of the WSL and its key figure for most of its history has been Werner Georg Haverbeck. Born in 1909, Haverbeck became an active Nazi at an early age; it should be recalled that Nazism was largely a youth movement, so that members like Haverbeck are still alive. Haverbeck joined the SA in 1928 and from 1929 to 1932 was a member of the Reich Administration for the National Socialist Student League (Reichsleitung der NSDAP-Studentenschaft) and a leader of the Reich Youth Leadership of the Hitler Youth (Reichjugendführung der Hitlerjugend). He served as a leading official of the Strength Through Joy organization, which controlled recreational activities under the Third Reich; in 1933 Rudolf Hess saw to it that Haverbeck's passport was stamped "This man is not to be arrested." He survived the Röhm purge to help organize the Nuremberg Party Congress (Reichsparteitag) and join Hess's staff. It was Hess who converted him to Anthroposophy. During the war he conducted radio propaganda in Denmark and worked in South America; by the end of the war he was an officer. After the Allies rudely aborted Haverbeck's many efforts on behalf of the Third Reich, he contented himself for a time working as a pastor for the Anthroposophical Christian community. He founded an educational center called the Collegium Humanum in 1963 [...] He co-founded the WSL and served as its president from 1974 to 1982. In 1981, he was a signatory of the notorious Heidelberg Manifesto, a document drawn up by a group of professors to warn the German people of the dangers that immigration posed to them. Its first draft began:
With great concern we observe the subversion of the German people through the influx of many millions of foreigners and their families, the foreignization of our language, our culture, and our nationhood .... Already many Germans have become foreigners in their living districts and workplaces, and thus in their own Heimat.
[...] In accordance with Anthroposophical root-race beliefs, Haverbeck is notable for propounding the thesis that the two world wars in this century in fact constituted a thirty years' war waged by foreign aggressors against the German people and their spiritual life. Apparently, German spiritual life stood in the way of "the strivings for world domination by the Anglo-Saxon race," behind which lay "the intensive image of a call to world dominance, like the old jewish consciousness." Indeed, Haverbeck maintains, the two world wars amounted to a conspiracy against the German people and spiritual life. It is a "historical lie" that the Nazis ran "mass-murder camps," argues Haverbeck, and is actually "enemy propaganda." It was Russia that was the aggressor in the Second World War. In his 1989 book "Rudolf Steiner: Advocate for Germany", Haverbeck lauds Steiner (who died in 1925) for understanding the existence of this ongoing conspiracy early on.
During the first world war, Rudolf Steiner delivered a multitude of lectures about contemporary history, and he toiled inexhaustibly for the truth about the question of "war guilt." ... Steiner presented his listeners with maps that showed that goals that had been proclaimed back in 1889 were being fulfilled [during World War I]. These maps anticipated the separation of Central Europe that would be ultimately achieved with the loss of East Germany .... What was not fully achieved through the Versailles Treaty in 1919 was in fact completed in 1945: the demolition of Germany .... The leading forces of both parties to the cold war were united in this common struggle against spiritual Germany. "This war [World War I] was a conspiracy against German spiritual life," said Steiner.
When Haverbeck's book on Steiner's nationalism was published, it caused an outcry of protest among outraged countercultural Anthroposophists who send their children to Waldorf Schools, use Demeter products, and are in no way racists or fascists. [...] This alleged conspiracy against German spiritual life pervades much of the WSL's current thinking, notes Wolk. WSLers consider the "flood of asylum-seekers," the destruction of the environment, and the ongoing transformation of the Federal Republic into a multicultural society to be part of the spiritual war against the Germans. They regard the protection of the environment as part of the protection of a people, of its biological "substance" and its national identity. Indeed, WSLers see the battle for a healthy environment as part of the all-encompassing spiritual struggle against the homogenizing forces of modernity and Western civilization. Haverbeck's wife, Ursula Haverbeck-Wetzel, another former WSL president who "for religious reasons refuses to dissociate herself from any human being, including Adolf Hitler," observes:
Whenever a person comes to feel that he belongs to the cultural strain that is deeply rooted in his people which has not only a material existence but a spiritual reality that is superior to the material plane - he has broken out from being a manipulated consumer. He has escaped the mass homogenization of completely manipulated people who are "amusing themselves to death" (as Neil Postman put it), which is the goal of "One World" advocates, intent on power and domination. The person who is faithful to his religious convictions and attentive and caring to his culture and customs, they consider dangerous.
Ernst Otto Cohrs, the WSL' s president since 1989, is another devotee of Rudolf Steiner, having been an Anthroposophist since 1961. [...] One collective member of the WSL is a Hamburg-based organization known as the Society for Biological Anthropology, Eugenics, and Behavioral Research (Gesellschaft fur biologische Anthropologie, Eugenik, und Verhaltensforschung, or GfbAEV), whose head is Jürgen Rieger.[9]


  • with Luc Jochimsen, Ansgar Skriver: Warum ich in der Gustav-Heinemann-Initiative mitarbeite. In: Walter Hähnle (Hrsg.): "Bekommen wir eine andere Republik?" Radius-Verlag,Stuttgart 1978
  • with Werner G. Haverbeck: Der Weltkampf um den Menschen. Eine deutsche Selbstbesinnung. Grabert, Tübingen 1995
  • with Werner G. Haverbeck: Der Weltkampf um die Gemeinschaft. Die Entwicklung der Demokratie zur Volksordnung. Grabert, Tübingen 1996
  • with Martin Schwarz, Claudio Mutti, Wolfgang Schüler, Oliver Ritter: Religion und Tradition. (= Synergon-Forum 3) Zeitenwende, Dresden 2002

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