Reiner Fuellmich's Wife Inka Tearfully Reveals Harsh Conditions in Prison: No Warm Clothes, Nothing To Do, No Private Phone Time, No Freedom To Discuss His Case: "They Will Never Break Him."
She Says He Is Very Strong, And So Grateful For All The Letters. People Are Writing To Tell Him How He Saved Their Lives With His Work In The Dark Years Off Covid
(With thanks to Marie-Claude Joly for alerting me to this.)
I just watched Elsa’s interview with Reiner Fuellmich’s lovely wife, Inka and you will want to sit with this, to grasp the depth of what’s going on. As I listened, I looked into her eyes, and maybe for the first time since Reiner was kidnapped, I fully accepted the reality and the shock I’d been pushing away. I stopped “bargaining.”
This is what we are in for, and they took Reiner first, just like that—to show they can. Not even the pretense of legal or international protocol of any kind. An ambush at an airport. Handcuffing his hands behind his back, to his belt. I read Inka’s harrowing account of what happened that day—if anybody has it, please put it in the comments.
This is not a podcast, nor a movie, nor a bad dream.
The pain in Inka’s eyes, the way she describes their wiretapped, heavily censored 20 minute weekly phone calls. (They’re not allowed to discuss the case, at all.) If they say one “wrong” word, the phone call gets terminated.
“Am I allowed to say…I love you? I miss you?” And tears fill her eyes. And ours.
This is cruelty, and it is purposeful.
“He’s so strong. They will never break him,” Inka says. Their main message to him?
”Now you can’t talk anymore.”
Then there’s all the prohibitions, which include: Everything. He can’t have a sweater (in Germany, in winter.) The food is bad, he’s lost weight. He can’t have paper and pen, or a book. Only a bed, table, and chair. He’s left to stare at the ceiling. They are, in other words, torturing him; He is a political prisoner. One visitor per week, for 30 minutes, And the rationing of mail: 30 pieces of mail a day.
Inka says Reiner is so grateful for the mail he is getting and there is also a collection of Christmas carols happening. I’ll put the address to the prison and a link to the Christmas carols, in the comments.
I remember in the very beginning of the war, in 2020, the first few times I listened to Reiner, he said it was his wife who told him: “You have to fight this,” and suggested they move to the States, leave Germany.
She seems like an incredible woman. Let’s keep Inka and Reiner in our daily prayers. And Vivian as well. I tend to think she is being manipulated. Forgive me in advance if that is naive. I say this because the first time the pharma deep state tried too destroy me, they got to my close friend, and manipulated her masterfully. They can run people through their trauma code, like remote control cars practically.
This is the beginning of many reports to come. Yesterday’s post is here.
Just found: Update here from Reiner’s attorney Dagmar Schön. (Have not listened to it yet.)
Elsa’s interview with Inka Fuellmich here.
More from Marie-Claude Joly—WITH INFO HOW TO WRITE TO REINER and more…
INKA’S LETTER ABOUT THE ARREST:
SOME OF OUR WORK, PLEASE HELP:
WRITE TO REINER
Am Grossen Sieke 8
Lower Saxony Germany
MY PETITION FREE REINER FUELLMICH