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October 1, 2017

Is Ursula Haversbeck blogging from jail?

Filed under: Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 4:23 pm

Someone posted to Ursula Haversbeck’s Blog on October 1.  Is she blogging from jail or is she still free, waiting for her appeals to run out?

http://ursula-haverbeck.info/

Begin Haversbeck reblog

Neue Gerichtstermine für Ursula Haverbeck (2017)

Am 16. Oktober 2017:

Amtsgericht Berlin-Tiergarten (Turmstraße 91, 10559 Berlin)
Beginn ist um 11:00 Uhr
Verfahren wegen Volksverhetzung (§130 StGB)

 

Am 23. November 2017:

Landgericht Detmold (Paulinenstraße 46, 32756 Detmold)
Beginn ist um 12:30 Uhr
Berufungsverfahren wegen Volksverhetzung (§130 StGB)

 

End Haversbeck reblog.

For those of your who prefer English, here is a link to her blog translated by google translate into English.

https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=de&u=http://ursula-haverbeck.info/&prev=search

Begin reblog of Haversbeck blog in English

New Court of Justice for Ursula Haverbeck (2017)

On October 16, 2017:

District Court Berlin-Tiergarten (Turmstraße 91, 10559 Berlin)
The start is at 11:00
Proceedings for incitement to the people (§130 StGB)

On 23 November 2017:

District Court Detmold (Paulinenstraße 46, 32756 Detmold)
The start is at 12:30
Appeals for clandestine incitement (§130 StGB)

End Reblog in English

Einsatzgruppen death squads are back in the news

Filed under: Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 2:33 pm

Germany is investigating two former “Death Squad” members, according to a news article which you can read in full at http://www.breitbart.com/jerusalem/2017/10/01/germany-investigating-two-former-ss-death-squad-members/

The following quote is from the news article cited above:

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(AP) — Two suspected members of Adolf Hitler’s mobile “Einsatzgruppen” death squads identified by the Simon Wiesenthal Center have been tracked down by German reporters but deny participating in wartime massacres.

The Einsatzgruppen were special units made up of SS and police personnel that followed behind the regular German army troops during the invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941, with the task of killing perceived racial or political enemies of the Nazi regime.

The two suspects located by broadcaster ARD’s Politikmagazin Kontraste program, being aired Thursday night, both appear on Nazi-era roster lists of an SS unit that was attached to Einsatzgruppe C.

Einsatzgruppe C was responsible for one of the most notorious massacres, the shooting of nearly 34,000 at Babi Yar, a ravine northwest of the Ukrainian city of Kiev, on Sept. 29-30, 1941.

The two elderly men were both on a list of 80 former Einsatzgruppen members provided in late 2014 by the Wiesenthal Center to German authorities with the expectation that they could still be alive.

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When will it ever end? When will the Jews have enough revenge?

As long as there is one Jew still alive on this earth, the hatred of the German people by the Jews will never end.

Where are the Soprano actors now?

Filed under: TV shows — furtherglory @ 2:03 pm

I have just finished watching the re-runs of the TV show entitled The Sopranos. I have watched this show many times since it ended several years ago.

In the last episode of the show, the Soprano daughter is shown as she tries to parallel park.  I learned to park in order to pass the test for my driver’s license. I passed and was complimented on how well I parked. I never parked that way again for the rest of my life.

You can watch the video to learn what happened to the cast members when the show was over.

In the last episode of the show, an old house is shown for a brief second. It was not mentioned in the show that this old brown house is famous. I have often wondered where this house is located, and why it was shown in the show.

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