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No Warm Welcome Home for Alberta “Holocaust Denier”

A still image of the video that landed her in German prison for inciting hate.

‘The hostility from a lot of the people here is such that I felt like hey, it’s gotten worse’

By Lydia Neufeld | 20 November 2018

CBC — A Jasper, Alta., woman who spent time in a German prison for denying the Holocaust says she has not received a warm welcome home by the people in her community.

Monika Schaefer, 59, and her German-Canadian brother Alfred Schaefer, 63, were convicted by a German court of “incitement of hatred” charges in October.

Schaefer gained notoriety in July 2016 after appearing in a YouTube video in which she described the Holocaust as the “biggest and most pernicious and persistent lie in all of history.”

Holocaust denial is a criminal offence in Germany.

Schaefer was sentenced to 10 months in jail but was released because she had been in prison in Germany since charges were laid in January.

Her brother received a prison sentence of three years and two months.

In a video posted on YouTube Nov. 15, Schaefer talks about her conviction, her time in prison and her surprise at how the community in Jasper has responded to her return.

She said she expected people would be kinder toward her because she had been imprisoned “just for speaking,” but that has not been the case. […]


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1 Comment on No Warm Welcome Home for Alberta “Holocaust Denier”

  1. Unfortunately, Canada is cucked country. The ability of a majority of Canadians to see past the politically correct dross they are fed by their media is zero. Welcome home Ms. Schaefer.

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