More proof Austrians loved Hitler - and the AP is a Jewish plague

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2013-07-31 06:41

This rediscovered bell marks the date in April, 1938 when Hitler, as the "unifier and Führer of all Germans freed the Ostmark from the yoke of suppression of foreign elements and brought it home into the Great German Reich."

By Carolyn Yeager

The actively hateful and vengeful "Jewish community" in Vienna, Austria is at it again. And they have the Associated Press as their ally.

Not content to have removed the modest stone monument from the burial place of Alois and Clara Hitler, parents of native son and future Reich leader Adolf, a year ago, and forced the sale of the plot to new owners - they are now stirring up a stink about a bell that was designed and installed in honor of Hitler by the residents of the village Wolfpassing (approximately 20 miles west from Vienna) in 1939. The bell is part of the history of the village, and of the nation, too.

But in keeping with the spirit of Simon Wiesenthal, who lived in Austria as a Jew, the Jews now living in Vienna are calling for the bell's destruction. They cannot tolerate the sight of it, as devils cannot tolerate the sight of the cross, and they wish to deprive the whole world of whatever they don't like (think is not good for them).<--break->The recent sale of an ancient castle by the government revealed the bell, which had been tolling each hour daily for 80 years apparently without causing any harm or "right-wing extremism" in the village. It's embossed with raised Old German lettering that pays homage to Hitler for his 1938 annexation of Austria, a move supported by the vast majority of Austrians of the time.

The words praise Hitler as “the unifier and Fuehrer of all Germans” who "freed the Ostmark from the yoke of suppression by foreign elements [meaning the hated Treaty of St. Germain engineered by international Jews following WWI] and brought it home into the Great-German Reich." Only total defeat by the Allies in 1945 and the subsequent punishments inflicted on Austrians have forced them to outwardly denounce Hitler's regime.

Self-styled "local historian" Johannes Kammerstaetter claims most villagers would have known about the bell and its inscription. But village mayor Josef Sonnleitner asserts his belief that the villagers of today had no clue until the first media reports last month about the Fuehrerglocke.

“Nobody cared until all this publicity,” he said on the telephone. He refused a request for a longer interview [with the Associated Press (AP), who are doing all they can to light a fire under this story], saying he was busy for the next two weeks with haying. I like this man.

But Kammerstaetter (who must be either a Jew or a Green Party member, or both) has formally asked state prosecutors to examine whether the government’s sale of the bell is a criminal offence. He says the change of ownership could constitute a case of “spreading National Socialist ideology” on the part of the government agency in charge of state-owned property

Raimund Fastenbauer, a senior official of Vienna’s Jewish community, invokes other concerns, noting that other Hitler-era relics like the house of the Führer's birth in the western town of Braunau "have become a magnet for neo-Nazis." This was the same 90% baseless argument made for the removal and destruction with sledge hammers of the unobstrusive headstone for Hitler's parent's grave from the Catholic cemetery where they were laid to rest.

“I think the best thing would be if the bell disappeared and was buried somewhere,” the Jewish leader said. Vienna's Jews are also trying to remove the marker identifying the house where Hitler was born, or else turn it into a "documentation center" which explains the "politically correct history" of the man and the times.

The government counters that the sale was legal, along with the decision to keep the bell in the belfry as an integral component of the castle. Economics Minister Reinhold Mitterlehner says the agency overseeing the sale was not aware of the inscription.

He notes in a letter to Kammerstaetter that “the bell up to now was neither publicly displayed nor generally accessible,” adding that he does not see the sale as constituting a criminal offense.

Ernst Eichinger, a spokesman for the agency responsible for government real-estate, says that with a portfolio of more than 28,000 buildings — many of them huge — “we cannot search every centimeter” before a sale.

This response from Austrian officials shows that they are not pleased with the ever-pushy Jews telling them how to run their affairs and deal with their national interests.

Are Austrians getting fed up with this type of pressure?

Now Jewish attention has become centered on new owner Tobias Hufnagl and what he plans to do with the bell. He has refusd to answer questions from the press about it. Mayor Sonnleitner says has not been able to directly contact Hufnagl, for "weeks."

Herr Hufnagl is reported by the Associated Press to have responded by email to their "numerous queries for permission to film the bell" and other questions as to its fate, that he has "no interest" in exchanges with them.

Hurrah for Hufnagl! There is hope.