Alfred Schaefer is a German Canadian political activist who has a house in Bavaria which the German police have raided twice, both times in search of incendiary videos, books and other materials relating to the Holocaust. They have done this on the orders of a powerful Jewish organization intent on silencing political dissidents and concealing the truth about the Holocaust. This article includes an important 35-minute video.
By ALFRED SCHAEFER
Dear Friends !
A few days ago, on July 6 at exactly 6:00 AM, our door bell rang ferociously, as if some berserk madman was about to kick in the door. My wife and I jumped out of bed. I told her do not open just yet, but hold them off for a few seconds. OK, then in they came, seven armed thugs with guns, bullet-proof vests and handcuffs, accompanied by one “witness” from the town administration.
They were not about to make the same mistake as the last summer when they raided and robbed me, obediently following their orders from the Jewish Criminal B’nai Brith Canada.
That time I was able to provide my own “witness”, who happened to be a Graf, which is a German Count (or Earl) who lived across the street. Not only is he a Count, but he is well aware of the Jewish lies of the “Holohoax” and so much more, so obviously and visibly on my side.
That time they only stole all of my computers, this time they were after my studio. I think it ticked them off that I made a video about that entire episode afterwords, which you will find below. My videos are blocked in most European countries.
ALFRED SCHAEFER AND HIS SISTER MONIKA
LD: Monika Schaefer, another German-Canadian Holocaust skeptic, got into hot water a year ago with the Canadian authorities after producing a controversial video called “Sorry Mom, I was wrong about the Holocaust“. She too, like her brother Alfred, incurred the wrath of B’nai Brith Canada, a thuggish Jewish organization that regards itself as the ultimate arbiter on what may be said (and not said) about the Holocaust in Canada. It was B’nai Brith Canada who took Canadian patriot Arthur Topham to court, crippling him financially and getting his website shut down. [LD]
These police thugs, working at the behest of the criminal Jewish Secret Society B’nai Brith, wanted my ability to make videos destroyed. They know that nobody believes their lies anymore and are desperate now to prevent anyone from spreading truth about the things they have done, lest it may upset anyone.
On the “state prosecutors” paper to justify this theft of my equipment we find: “Why do YOU support open debate on the Holocaust?
“They claim that this is absolutely illegal. You may NOT question the six million gassed Jews that were turned into soap and lampshades and shrunken heads. After all, the German people paid a lot of money to all the millions of Jews who somehow did not end up as soap or a lampshade. And if you understand that it is all a big Jewish scam, the German people may ask for their shekels back. Or the goods. (Sort of like 9-11, which is why that is now also illegal to question). The “State Prosecutor” claims that any questions regarding 911 or the “Holy Cause” is incitement to racial hatred.
I wonder why they never bothered the Jew Steven Spielberg for his evil fiction “Schindler’s List” which incited entire geographies of young children in schools to HATE the German people. Or what about all those “Holy Cause” memorials that our little children are obliged to visit at such a tender young age? What about the fraud Anne Frank?
The irony is, it was the JEWS who wanted to exterminate the German people the after the Germans wanted to free themselves from Jewish immorality and usury. They came very close to succeeding by murdering many millions of Germans AFTER the end of the fighting. Millions died in the Rhine Meadow Death Camps and the deliberate poisoning of the meager bread being fed to the German prisoners as well as the Jewish poisoning of the German water supplies with the intention of mass murdering millions more of innocent Germans. One of many documented examples of these intentions is the book written by Theodore Kaufman, “Germany must Perish”. The Jews are busily trying to whitewash this information and make it disappear.
The fact that the “German authorities” raided me to shut me down and intimidate me, does provide us with great opportunity at this time. The double standards on display now, can not escape even the mentally challenged or zombies. (Zombies are those who, now in 2017, still believe the “Holocaust – TM” because, “if the Jews say it happened, then it must be true”.)
What is particularly interesting about this raid is that they not only stole all of my studio equipment worth thousands of Euros, but they also stole all of my stockpile of Architects and Engineers for 9-11 truth DVD’s and other information.
They now consider this description of the forensic evidence as illegal as “denying the holocaust”. All of this information is now classified as “incitement to racial hatred”. So, if you are an engineer, and you are caught with evidence of the controlled demolition of the three towers on 9-11, you are now deemed “guilty of racial incitement to hatred”. If you tell your children that the German people turned Jews into soap and lampshades, then you are a hero.
The timing of this raid and the consequences are amazing.
I just returned from a Canadian speaking tour that consisted of 14 presentations in 11 cities, from Toronto to Victoria. After arriving in Toronto I learned that B’nai Brith wanted to interview me in Calgary when I was due to arrive there about a week later. Upon arrival, they backed down with a pathetic excuse after our team insisted on recording the entire interview as well. It may also have something to do with the fact that they (B’nai Brith) were the ones who provided me with priceless material for my most recent videos, in particular this one: 1984 + 33 = 2017.
My latest video ought to get them even more upset. In this video I show the “anti-Holocaust” meme. It works very well. “Anti-Holocaust meme“.
The speaking tour in Canada gave me great optimism, learning that many people are coming to the same conclusions, independently, and finding their new direction and purpose, by working to resolve this. In fact, most young people no longer need explaining when the meme “JQ” is used. They know it is the “Jewish Question”.
Every move that the Jews now make seems to accelerate the inevitable total implosion of their unsustainable construct of lies and deceptions. They will have a lot of explaining to do.
If you are Jewish and innocent of any wrongdoing because you simply believed the lies like almost all of us non-Jews also did, see this as an opportunity to help us come out of this mess together. You can help me financially to get my studio back up and running. When B’nai Brith orders my things stolen, their treasonous stooges here in Germany never ever return any of it, and it leaves me with large bills. Helping me now will certainly put you in a better light than if you did absolutely nothing. I already have some very good “ex-Jewish” friends who have provided me with moral support and good information.
Some people may be depressed by what is happening, but I am so happy to be living now, with the ability to do constructive work to remedy an otherwise seemingly hopeless situation. With your help, we can do so much more.
VIDEO : 35 mins
‘Bookkeeper of Auschwitz’ gets four years for the deaths of 300,000 people
- 94-year-old former Nazi officer was sentenced to four years behind bars
- He was guilty of being accessory to murder of 300,000 Jews in Auschwitz
- Groening had accepted moral responsibility but denied any crime
- His lawyers say they will be appealing, so he may never serve jail time
Jewish groups and Holocaust survivors have welcomed the four-year jail term given to the ‘Bookkeeper of Auschwitz’, saying there is ‘no statute of limitation’ for those who inflicted Nazi horrors during the Second World War.
Following a three-month trial at a German Court, former SS officer Oskar Groening was found guilty of facilitating the mass murder of 3,000 people.
The sentence concludes a three-month trial which has heard harrowing testimony from the victims of the Nazis’ largest and most infamous death camp.
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How Groening became the Bookkeeper of Auschwitz: Scroll down for full biography
Oskar Groening, 94, has been sentenced to four years in jail this morning after being found guilty of being an accessory to the murder of 300,000 Jews in Auschwitz between May and June 1944
Groening has never denied serving at the Nazis’ most infamous death camp, and had admitted moral guilt for his crimes, but denied criminal responsibility, saying he wasn’t directly involved in the killings
However, the judge today swept Groening’s argument aside, accepting the prosecution’s case that because Groening was essential to the running of the camp, he was partially responsible for the acts committed there
Reacting to the verdict, Dr Moshe Kantor, President of the European Jewish Congress, said the verdict and trial had been of ‘historic significance’.
He said: ‘Although more than 70 years have passed since the liberation of the Nazi death camps, this trial reminds us that there is no statute of limitations for those responsible for Nazi horrors and demonstrates the constant need to guard against anti-Semitism, racism and hate.
‘We welcome the opportunity it provides for us to educate a generation that is all too distant from the horrors of the Holocaust.’
While none of the victims were able to recall seeing Groening at the camp, he was charged with being accessory to the killings because he was essential to the running of Auschwitz.
Groening never denied he had served at the camp, and accepted moral guilt for his crimes, but had denied criminal responsibility on the basis that he was not directly involved in the killings.
However the judge today swept that argument aside, handing Groening a sentence that means the frail 94-year-old will likely die behind bars.
Judge Franz Kompisch told Groening he was ‘guilty of accessory to murder in 300,000 legally connected cases’ of Jews sent to the gas chambers from May to July 1944.
He said Groening had willingly taken a ‘safe desk job’ in ‘a machinery designed entirely for the killing of humans’, a system that was ‘inhumane and all but unbearable for the human psyche’.
The four year sentence, which is slightly longer than the three and a half years recommended by the prosecution, will likely mean that frail Groening will die behind bars
The court in Lunenburg had been forced to sit for just three hours a day due to Groening’s poor health, with the trial haled for several weeks after he was rushed to hospital
The court has been forced to sit for just three hours a day after Groening had to be taken to hospital midway through his trial, and has been carried into the courtroom at the start of each day.
However his lawyers have announced they intend to appeal the verdict, raising the prospect that Groening may never see the inside of a cell.
Holocaust survivors and victims’ relatives who were co-plaintiffs welcomed the verdict, calling it a ‘very late step toward justice’.
In a joint statement, they said: ‘SS members such as Groening who took part in the murder of our families have created lifelong and unbearable suffering for us.
‘Neither the criminal proceedings nor the words of the accused can alleviate this suffering. But it gives us satisfaction that now the perpetrators cannot evade prosecution as long as they live.’
Meanwhile Karen Pollock, chief executive of the Holocaust Educational Trust added: ‘The conviction of Oskar Groening for his actions sends an unequivocal message that, although he may not have led or directly participated in the atrocities at Auschwitz, he was clearly an accessory to the crimes perpetrated by the Nazis.
Medics arrive to escort Groening out of court after the former SS guard known as the Bookkeeper of Auschwitz was sentenced to four years in jail today
Unlike most Auschwitz camp guards, Groening had never tried to conceal the fact that he served there, and talked openly about his experiences, but denied legal responsibility for what had happened
In a bizarre twist, Groening became an outspoken opponent of neo-Nazi holocaust deniers in his later life, reaffirming what he had seen despite attacks on him by the far-right
‘By being the “bookkeeper” of Auschwitz, he assisted in and facilitated the murder of 300,000 Jewish men, women and children and it is right that he has now been held legally accountable for this.’
As the proceedings concluded yesterday with the defence calling for an acquittal, Groening seized a last opportunity to address the judges.
Begging for mercy, he stated he was ‘very sorry’ for his time stationed at the Nazi death camp, adding: ‘No one should have taken part in Auschwitz.’
‘I know that. I sincerely regret not having lived up to this realisation earlier and more consistently. I am very sorry,’ he said, his voice wavering.
Groening was accused of 300,000 counts of accessory to murder in the cases of deported Hungarian Jews sent to the gas chambers between May and July 1944.
Groening served as a bookkeeper at Auschwitz, sorting and counting the money taken from those killed or used as slave labour, collecting cash in different European currencies, and shipping it back to his Nazi bosses in Berlin.
Groening became known as the bookkeeper of Auschwitz for his role in sorting through the valuables of victims before sending them back to his Nazi commanders
In previous interviews, Groening has told how he was largely insulated from the killing at Auschwitz, instead spending his time getting drunk on alcohol taken from victims
He testified in April and again this month that he was so horrified by the crimes he witnessed at the camp after his arrival in 1942 that he appealed three times to his superiors for a transfer to the front, which was not granted until Autumn 1944.
Last week public prosecutors said they were seeking three and a half years’ jail for Groening based on the ‘nearly incomprehensible number of victims’, but mitigated by ‘the limited contribution of the accused’ to their deaths.
They argued that on at least three occasions, Groening performed ‘ramp duty’, processing deportees as they arrived in cattle cars at the extermination and forced labour camp in Nazi-occupied Poland.
In previous interviews, he has told how he witnessed an SS officer picking up a baby left on the station platform by the foot, before beating it to death on the side of a nearby truck.
However, he maintained that he was only on the platform to safeguard people’s valuables, and was not involved in choosing who was sent to the gas chambers.
By keeping the confiscated belongings of the previous arrivals out of the sight of the new prisoners, state attorneys argued, he averted panic breaking out and facilitated the smoother operation of Auschwitz’s killing machine.
Demonstrators wait outside court in Lunenburg with a banner reading ‘Justice for the victims of Auschwitz’
Today’s verdict brings to a close a three and a half month trial which heard harrowing testimony from the survivors of the Nazi’s biggest and most infamous death camp (picutred, reporters outside court)
However one of Groening’s two defence attorneys, Hans Holtermann, argued Tuesday that the state had failed to prove that he ‘aided and abetted a crime’.
‘Mr Groening was never an accessory to the Holocaust, neither with his presence at the ramp nor by transferring and counting money nor with any other actions, at least not in any legal sense,’ he said.
Groening’s defence team asked the judges to take into account his deteriorating health but also his willingness to testify in detail about his time in Auschwitz, which many defendants in similar cases had refused to do.
The court heard harrowing testimony by more than a dozen Holocaust survivors, who are also co-plaintiffs in the case.
While some of the elderly witnesses expressed disappointment that Groening failed to formally apologise to them, others have spoken of a kind of catharsis from having their day in court.
‘When I leave Lueneburg, I will have made my peace with any outcome,’ Toronto-based survivor Hedy Bohm, 87, said last week.
Groening had previously been cleared by German authorities after lengthy criminal probes dating back to the 1970s.
But the legal foundation for prosecuting ex-Nazis changed in 2011 with the German trial of former death camp guard John Demjanjuk.
While previously courts had punished defendants for individual atrocities, Demjanjuk was convicted solely on the basis of having worked at the Sobibor camp in occupied Poland.
The head of the federal office investigating Nazi era crimes, Kurt Schrimm, told the Bild newspaper this month that other probes of former concentration camp guards were still ongoing, although ‘many had to be terminated because the accused had died or were no longer capable of standing trial’.
Some 1.1 million people, most of them European Jews, perished between 1940 and 1945 in the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp before it was liberated by Soviet forces.
‘EVERY GENERATION MUST LEARN WHAT HAPPENED’: WHY GROENING HAD TO STAND TRIAL, BY A HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR
Holocaust survivor Susan Pollack (right) said the length of Oskar Groening’s sentence was ‘not important’ but putting him on trial had been ‘vital’ to condemn anti-Semitism.
Mrs Pollack, 84, told MailOnline: ‘Really I don’t care if he [Groening] got one year or ten years in jail, or even a life-sentence, it’s not important. What difference does it make now?
‘But putting him on trial was very important. It was vital because every generation has to learn about what happened, about the Holocaust.
‘And they have to ask themselves; “What would I have done if I had lived then, lived in Germany under the Nazi regime?”
‘That’s what’s important – to understand that anti-Semitism has to stop. It [anti-Semitism] has been going on for centuries. And it is not acceptable.
‘Every [anti-Semitic] joke brings it all back to me – the unimaginable terror that I witnessed.’
She added; ‘He [Groening] knew what was going on there [at Auschwitz]. He knew where the possessions that he had to categorise came from.
‘There were 2,000 of them – [Nazi] guards, administrators – there, responsible for killing my people, Jews.
‘If he had have confessed earlier that would have made it easier for survivors.
‘All of this brings back to the pain to me, but I live with those terrible memories [of what happened at Auschwitz and Belsen concentration camps] every day.’
Bookkeeper of Auschwitz who spent the war getting drunk on vodka pilfered from his victims: How Oskar Groening went from the son of a textile worker to a Nazi death camp officer
Oskar Groening, the so-called Bookkeeper of Auschwitz, will today been sentenced for his role at the Nazi death camp
Withered and grey haired, his clouded eyes filled with an a mixture of fear and confusion, 94-year-old Oskar Groening has cut a pathetic figure during his time in court.
On trial as an accessory to the murder of 300,000 Jews in Auschwtiz, it is difficult to connect the frail man who has appeared in Lunenberg with the SS Officer who served as the camp’s bookkeeper.
But Groening not only worked in the Nazi’s largest death camp, he thrived there, enjoying an easy life behind a desk, filling himself with extra rations and alcohol pilfered from those sent there to die.
And while he kept his hands clean of the actual business of mass murder, twice telling his superiors he found it distasteful, he was in no doubt at the time that the killing was justified.
Born in 1921 in Lower Saxony, Groening was the son of a textile worker father and housekeeper mother who died when he was four years old.
The family also had a military history, as Groening’s grandfather had served in an elite regiment of troops from the Duchy of Brunswick.
According to an interview with historian Laurence Rees, Groening had a picture of his grandfather sitting astride a horse playing a trumpet that he would stare at for hours as a young boy, saying he was ‘fascinated’ by it.
Raised in a conservative household, radical politics entered Groening’s life at a young age as his father joined far-right group Stahlhelm – meaning Steel Helmet – in the wake of Germany’s defeat in the First World War.
Groening himself joined Stahlhelm’s youth wing only a few years later, in the early 1930s, before swapping to the Hitler Youth after the Nazi’s seized power in 1933.
In his book, Auschwitz: A New History, Rees explains how Groening eagerly took part burning books ‘written by Jews or other degenerates’.
In charge of catalouging victims’ possessions, Groening spent the war insulating himself from the brutal reality of Auschwitz, though he once witnessed Jews arriving at the camp and being selected to be killed
Groening finished school with top marks aged 17, and began working as a bank clerk before the outbreak of war just months later.
With the image of his grandfather mounted on a horse burned into his memory, Groening resolved to join an elite unit of the new German military, and settled on the Waffen SS.
Accepted into the unit, Groening spent a year there before being ordered to report to Berlin for a special duty before being taken to Auschwitz.
Groening, then just 21, had never heard of the place, though the name would come to consume the rest of his life.
According to Rees, Groening’s first night in the camp was pleasant. Blissfully unaware of its true purpose, he was welcomed by his fellow SS officers, who introduced him to the stockpile of extra rations given to those stationed there, and even offered him rum and vodka.
The following day, Groening was assigned to the administrative branch of the camp, the position that would earn him his nickname, the Bookkeeper of Auschwitz.
Despite his role in keeping the camp organised, it was some time before he learned that its true purpose was to execute, and not just detain, prisoners.
Speaking to Der Spiegel back in 2005 of the first time he saw prisoners brought to the camp, Groening recalled: ‘A new shipment had arrived. I had been assigned to ramp duty, and it was my job to guard the luggage.
‘The Jews had already been taken away. The ground in front of me was littered with junk, left-over belongings. Suddenly I heard a baby crying. The child was lying on the ramp, wrapped in rags.
‘I saw another SS soldier grab the baby by the legs. The crying had bothered him. He smashed the baby’s head against the iron side of a truck until it was silent.’
While hundreds of thousands of Jews were killed around him (children in the camp pictured left, and piles of victims’ shoes right) Groening said he got drunk on alcohol taken from those killed
The sight of such barbarity was enough to motivate Groening to complain to his superior, an act he repeated several months later after witnessing the horror of the gas chambers for the first time.
But despite his revulsion, Groening never opposed killing the Jews – only protesting that more humane methods should be used.
However, he was told to forget what he had seen, and his requests for a transfer away from the camp to a combat role were turned down.
Faced with the reality of having to stay in the camp, Groening instead focused on making his life as comfortable as possible.
Speaking to Rees, Groening recalled: ‘We didn’t get drunk every day – but it did happen. We’d go to bed drunk, and if someone was too lazy to turn off the light they’d shoot at it – nobody said anything.
‘Auschwitz main camp was like a small town. There was a canteen, a cinema, a theatre with regular performances. There was a sports club of which I was a member. There were dances.
‘Apart from the fact that there were pigs who fulfil their personal drives the special situation at Auschwitz led to friendships which, I still say today, I think back on with joy.’
Having cocooned himself away from the worst aspects of the camp, Groening carried out his ‘routine’ job there until 1944, when his transfer request was accepted.
He was sent to fight in the Ardennes, otherwise known as the Battle of the Bulge, Hitler’s failed last-ditch offensive aimed at driving the Allies out of Europe.
Groening was first wounded during the fighting, then eventually captured by the British after his unit surrendered to them on June 10, 1945.
From there he was imprisoned for a time in a concentration camp, a bitter irony for a man whop helped run the most infamous camp of all, before being sent to the UK.
He worked here for many years as a forced labourer before returning to his home country to work in a glass factory, eventually becoming a manager.
While he never spoke of his time at the camp, once flying into a rage at his family after they mentioned it in passing, he also never sought to hide it – refusing to change his name or looks, unlike some who had worked there.
Recalling his time at the Nazi’s largest and most brutal execution camp, Groening once said the ‘special situation’ there allowed him to make friendships ‘I think back on with joy’
As he had not participated directly in the killings, he was confident he would never be prosecuted for what happened there, and once more went about making his life as comfortable as possible.
However, all that changed in 2009 with the prosecution of Ukranian-born Nazi guard John Demjanjuk, who had served at a camp in Treblinka where he was known as ‘Ivan the Terrible’.
In that case prosecutors argued that, while there was no evidence Demjanjuk had actively participated in killing people, he could be charged with accessory to murder because he had helped to run the base.
The judges’s decision in that case ultimately led to Groening being charged with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder, more than 70 years after his crimes took place.
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