Vera Lengsfeld

Vera Lengsfeld, born in Eastern Germany, was member of the German Bundestag, co-founder of the Citizen's Bureau for the Persecuted of the GDR Regime, winner of the 1990 Aachen Peace Prize.

Commemorative concert with Gregor Gysi as speaker:A Mockery of the Peaceful Revolution 1989
He saved his totalitarian party from its deserved demise

Leipzig, of all places, is now the source of a monstrous falsification of history.

Alleged ‘manhunts’ in Chemnitz:Antifa Dictates Government Stance
They led the Chancellor by a nose ring for all the world to see

“Do not call lies truth and do not call truth lies,” says Merkel, whose nose ought to be yards long.

The Fall of Heinz C. Strache:Austrian Government Deposed From Within Germany
What does that remind you of?

Ugly inter-European imperialism raises its head in Germany again.

Mindset control in the asylum crisis:Rape Victim’s Fear of Being Stigmatized as Nazis
How long can a society put up with that?

Requesting to treat the “terrible situation” with respect and to trust that the judiciary will ensure justice sounds almost like mockery.

'Hunchback' musical in Stuttgart:How the Arts are Contributing to Brainwashing
Criticism contravened the guidelines

Audience reaction to political indoctrination is not always positive.

Women's march in Kandel:We Will Crawl No Longer!
We have been robbed of the lightness of being.

Women are standing in the way of a political-correctness-dictatorship.

Jubilee ‘eigentümlich frei’ conference:Independent Thinkers Still Exist!
Laughing. Dancing. Debating.

Libertarians celebrate the 20th anniversary of their leading journal in an increasingly stifling Germany.

A Warning from Hamburg:Germany on Slippery Slope to Failed State
On the G-20 summit and peak gall

Everything that's happened in Hamburg has already been happening for years. In many German cities, cars have been torched for years, unpopular representatives' offices and homes have been attacked.