August 12th 2012 09:31:22 PM
And why shouldn’t they? With Washington vying to spearhead the Fourth Reich, the world has no standard-bearer, and so what is there to lose?
Feb. 19, 2012:
I write to you once again, amidst what seems to be an unintentional coming-out of Nazis worldwide.
Just a few days ago, Heinz Gaertner, an Austrian, had the audacity to tell the Serbs that they are “repaying for Milosevic’s politics with Kosovo.” All we care to tell this Austrian is, NO Mr. Gaertner, the true bad side never pays for its crimes, as is abundantly clear from the fact that Austria - the birthplace of Hitler - still exists on the map. I don’t care to defend my people from accusations made by the likes of
Another Austrian, Christoph Leitl, president of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber, told Greece that it should sell some of its islands to Turkey.
I can’t emphasize how insulting that is to any of the Orthodox Balkans people who gave so much to regain their freedom. The Serbs and Greeks in particular gave so much, and still didn’t manage to liberate ALL their land (others got more than they ever had - Albanians first among them). Now this Austrian is telling them to give up on their sovereignty.
Indeed, the German-Austrian hordes are taking an unnaturally large amount of pleasure in the suffering of both Serbs and Greeks. Can’t imagine how they feel about the Jews, their number one on the list of those they hate.
And to top it all of, research done by the German government suggests that as many as 1 in 5 Germans are latent anti-semites. If that is the case in Germany, which underwent a de-nazification process, what can we expect from Austria, which never underwent a similar cleansing process?