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[In this interview Andrew Hitchcock talks with Monika Schaefer, who went public a year ago telling the world in a YouTube video that she now knows that the “Holocaust” is in fact a fraud being perpetrated on the world for sinister purposes by organized jewry. She discusses her journey of realization, starting with her shocking discovery that 9/11 was an “inside job” carried out by those same people behind the “Holocaust” fraud, and concludes that it is imperative that more people start telling the truth about these events if we are to avoid a future of total tyranny — KATANA.]

 

 

 

 

Andrew Hitchcock

 

with

 

Monika Schaefer

 

on “Sorry Mom

 


 

Click here for the audio:

Monika Schaefer– Sorry Mom, I Was Wrong About The Holocaust

 

Click here for: Andrew Carrington Hitchcock webpage for this interview

 

Click her for Monika’s website:

Free Speech Monika

 

 

 

Published on June 8, 2017

 

 

Andrew Hitchcock’s Description

 

The Andrew Carrington Hitchcock Show (380) Monika Schaefer – Sorry Mom, I Was Wrong About The Holocaust

 

On today’s show I was joined by Monika Schaefer, to discuss her 6 minute YouTube entitled, “Sorry Mom, I Was Wrong About The Holocaust,” that you can view below.

 

 

We also discussed: Monika’s experience in, “Ritual Defamation,”; Joseph Ribakoff’s ADL prizewinning paper on legislating against hate speech in 1988; how Monika has been denied a busking permit due to her political beliefs; how the Jews expect you to be tolerant of their beliefs whilst they are intolerant of differing beliefs; and many other topics.

 

Special thanks to Alfred Schaefer for putting Monika and I in touch, so we could record this show.

 

 

 

TRANSCRIPT

(62 mins)

 

 

[00:22]

 

You are listening to TBR radio, brought to you by The Barnes Review.

Now the Andrew Carrington Hitchcock Show with your host, Andrew Carrington Hitchcock.

 

Andrew: Hello everybody. I have another new guest on today. I am delighted to have her on. Many of you will be aware of Monika Schaefer, and also that I interviewed her brother, Alfred, on my show recently. She’s got an excellent website. And the website is: freespeechmonika.worldpress.com. That’s, freespeechmonika.worldpress.com. And the “Monika” is spelt with a “k”. And, of course, I’ll be including a link to the website in the post for this show. And also the title of the show is “Sorry Mom, I was Wrong about the Holocaust”, which is a very famous YouTube, an excellently presented YouTube that Monika is well-known for, in our movement. So, without further ado, I’m going to bring Monika up. Monika are you with me?

 

Monika: Yes! Hello Andrew! Thank you so much for bringing me on to your show. It’s an honor.

 

Andrew: Well, thank you so much for joining me. And one of the things I like to do, is people that have been oppressed by this, you know, international group of jewish bandits — would be a fair way of describing them — to actually give these people a platform on my show to explain how they have been oppressed, the things that be done to them. Just for basically expressing your thoughts and opinions. No acts of violence or anything like that.

 

But before we get into that side of things, could you please run through for the listeners, your background, your personal background, in as little, or greater detail as you would like.

 

Monika: Yes. I was born in Edmonton, Alberta in Canada in 1959. The fourth of five children. My parents came from Germany in 1951 and ‘52 respectively. And we grew up in a very, wonderfully traditional household of rich German traditions.

 

And we got out camping a lot. We grew up with a very deep appreciation for nature, for the natural world. That was something that we got from our parents. We had a huge vegetable garden even though we grew up in the city, so he could say we were a little bit like urban farmers with our vegetable garden, which fed our family of seven, largely. And, you know, then I went to university, I got a degree. I kind of did normal things like that, and then I became a park warden. And that’s in a national park, some years later. I mean, I had lots of different jobs before that, but I won’t go through that.

 

But the significant thing I would say for me and my life, was my career as a park warden. I got into the back country. I had a huge back country district for a number of seasons, where I would have three horses. Travel in the wilderness basically and take care of this large district. And, you know, you’d be on your own for long periods of time, and I would say this is one of the real highlights of what I did in my life. You learned a lot of self-sufficiency out there. When things go wrong you basically have to take care of yourself!

 

Yeah, so that’s kind of, in a nutshell, my background, and I guess I’ll leave it at that for now.

 

Andrew: Excellent! Well, I think now’s an opportunity, … I mean the title of this show is “Sorry Mom, I was Wrong about the Holocaust”. And so, we can look at the political side, … I wouldn’t really call it political, it’s just your views on historical events, which for some reason is unacceptable in our so-called “tolerant society” today. So it’s tolerant of what these jews want you to be tolerant of, and intolerant of things that they don’t like, obviously.

 

So I’m going to play your YouTube and now again, I’m going to include this in the post for our show. So I’ll just get this lined up here. I think I have it so, let me just play it now for the listeners.

 

[05:26]

 

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Sorry Mom - 2112 Monika Shafer playing violin

 

Hello! I’m Monika Schaefer. I was born and raised in Canada, first generation Canadian citizen of German heritage. My parents both came from Germany. They immigrated to Canada in 1951 and ‘52, respectively.

 

There was a bit of a disconnect between what I experienced in the home life and what I felt outside the home. I love the rich German traditions and culture that I grew up with and yet, I felt ashamed of my Germanness when I was at school, or outside with my friends. I learned very quickly to hide my heritage.

 

It started in the first week of school. Day one, I wore my beautiful little dirndl, a traditional German dress and on day two, children were taunting me:

 

Oh you forgot to take off your apron! Ha ha ha!” as they were running away, or “Heil Hitler! Ha ha!”, again taunting me.

 

Sorry Mom - 2113 German woman in traditional dressess

 

[Image] German women wearing dirndl. A dirndl is a type of traditional dress worn in Germany, especially Bavaria; Austria; and the South Tyrol, based on the traditional clothing of Alps peasants.

I didn’t exactly know the meaning of that, but I knew it was not friendly. They were being cruel. That was very clear to me.

 

I’m reminded, just now, of the plight of the indigenous peoples of North America. They were also made to be ashamed of their culture.

 

I would like to share with you now a deep regret that I have for something which I would like to apologize to my parents for, but cannot, because they are no longer alive.

 

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