Tuesday, 3 November 2015

Update: After a firestorm of controversy over anti-Semitic remarks, Freedom Party MP Susanne 
Winter was expelled from the party on Monday evening, after failing to resign by a deadline. This came despite her backpedalling after making remarks on social media which were interpreted as supporting anti-Semitic views. 
The party gave the errant MP the chance to resign by 7pm instead of being expelled, but she did not do so. "Given that up to this point in time no announcement has been made as to the resignation of Susanne Winter, she is hereby excluded from the Austrian Freedom Party with immediate effect. In addition, the FPÖ continues to call for her to give up her mandate (in parliament)," the party said in a statement. 
Winter had replied to a post on Facebook from a person called Hans-Jörg Öhlmann, which said “Zionist Money-Jews are the global problem. Europe, and in particular Germany, are now getting what they deserve from Zionist Jews, particularly rich Zionist Jews in the USA, for the century-long persecution of Jews in Europe." "According to the Zionists, Europe, particularly Germany, should be cut off as economic competitors to the US.” 
The post was in reference to an article in which Hungary's prime minister Viktor Orbán had criticised Jewish financier George Soros for meddling in the politics of the central European country. Winter responded with “It is great. You are taking the words right out of my mouth. There are a lot of things I am not allowed to write. Therefore I’m even more pleased about courageous, independent people.” 
On Sunday, the Jewish activist organization Anti Defamation League (ADL) was quick to condemn both posts as clearly anti-Semitic. Shortly thereafter, Winter's post was deleted, but not before copies were made. 
Winter made a statement to Der Standard newspaper on Sunday, saying that she was sorry for the post, which she described as "foolish." “I am not anti-Semitic, I have Jewish friends,” she told the newspaper. 
Freedom Party General Secretary Herbert Kickl in a statement called Winter’s post “absolutely unacceptable.” “The Freedom Party is no place for anti-Semitism,” he said, adding that Winter could be suspended from the party. 
This is not the first time Winter has been criticized for her outspoken views. In 2008, she was prosecuted for incitement, after making a strong anti-Muslim statement: “In today’s system” the Prophet Muhammad would be considered a “child molester,” apparently referring to his marriage to a six-year-old child. 
She also said that it is time for Islam to be “thrown back where it came from, behind the Mediterranean.” A court in her home town of Graz found her guilty of humiliating a religion. She was fined ‎€24,000, and given a suspended prison term of three months. 
She also proposed in a discussion with students that Muslim men should commit bestiality rather than making “indecent advances” on girls. 
Winter’s son Michael, a former youth leader in the Freedom Party, was convicted of the same crime. He had suggested in a newsletter that Turkish Muslims were in the habit of committing bestiality. 
Winter is “a disgrace to the Austrian Parliament,” Oskar German, president of the Austrian Jewish Community, told Der Standard. 
ADL National Director Jonathan Greenblatt, who is meeting with European officials and the continent’s Jewish community leaders, said in a statement: “Once again, a member of Austria’s Freedom Party has been caught promoting offensive anti-Semitic stereotypes." "Susanne Winter’s response to the outrageous comments about Jews and money on her Facebook page shows that, when prompted, she would willingly endorse the worst kind of anti-Semitic stereotypes. These are the same grotesque notions that have bedeviled European Jews for hundreds of years." 
“Anti-Semitic stereotypes simply have no place in Austrian society. It is bad enough when they are whispered privately, but far worse when such hateful views emanate directly from a member of parliament who has a bully pulpit to express her ideas.”
Source They're trying to get her prosecuted just for saying she agreed with someone else's post! What's next, prosecuting people for "liking" a post or YouTube video?
On Monday, the president of the national parliament Doris Bures (SPÖ) contacted the state prosecutor. They are to examine whether Winter can be prosecuted for the post.
Source



Winter became a hero to the Counterjewhad movement (see here) when she called Mohammed a paedophile. Let's see whether their defence of her right to free speech remains as stout now.

As we saw with Golden Dawn, anti-immigration, anti-Islam voices are being silenced by Jews. Whenever Europeans attempt to defend themselves against invasion, Jews are waiting to hit them over the head with the Hitler stick. There is a de facto collaboration between Muslims and Jews whether either of them consciously conceives of it as such or not. Even if the Facebook Post she was reacting to was inaccurate and oversimplistic in some respects, the reaction to it, paradoxically, demonstrates its essential correctness: Jews are facilitating the islamisation of Europe.


6 comments:

  1. You know why you can't say a word against the Jews? It's the holocaust. Propaganda about it is everywhere. But the MSM/Hollywood version of the holocaust is a hoax. Watch these documentaries to set the record straight - http://codoh.com/library/categories/1167/

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  2. Sorry for continuously hijacking your posts but you've got to see this:
    "Stefan Löfven [Swedish PM) rebukes eastern Europe over refugee crisis
    https://next.ft.com/content/108f9de6-8209-11e5-a01c-8650859a4767#axzz3qKU1I1oa

    Check out this hypocrisy:

    'Basically, they’re not interested in showing responsibility for our society. They’re just interested in pushing their anti-immigrant stand. They want to create chaos and disorder.'

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  3. If you "like" Financial Times on Facebook they occasionally provide paid articles for free:

    Stefan Löfven, Sweden’s prime minister, rebuked some central and eastern European governments for what he termed a selfish approach to the EU’s refugee and migrant crisis, saying their attitude was incompatible with humane European values.

    In an interview with the Financial Times, Mr Löfven said: “I can understand it if you say this crisis is a worry. But to say: ‘This isn’t my problem, we can’t accept Muslims’ — no, I don’t think this is part of our European values, and I can’t understand this kind of attitude.”

    The Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia took a strong stand in September against accepting refugees under a voluntary relocation programme that was backed by a majority of the EU’s 28 member states. Some politicians have stated that they do not want to open their countries’ doors specifically to Muslim refugees from the Syrian civil war and other conflicts in the Middle East and north Africa.

    “The EU needs to address this crisis together. One, two or three countries can’t do it on their own,” said Mr Löfven, a Social Democrat who leads a minority coalition government.

    He said this was why Sweden, which operates one of the EU’s most generous refugee policies, was in favour of establishing a programme for the humane return of migrants not deemed to be legitimate asylum seekers, of strengthening the bloc’s asylum and border agencies and of setting up an obligatory mechanism for redistributing refugees.

    Sweden, a country of 9.6m people, is anticipating the arrival this year of up to 190,000 asylum-seekers, the largest per capita inflow for any EU country and more than twice as many as forecast only five months ago. More than 86,000 people have already sought asylum in Sweden this year, the greatest number of refugees since 1992, when the country provided refuge for 84,000 fleeing the Balkan wars.

    Unusually large numbers of the refugees — about 30,000 to 40,000 — are expected to be children or youths travelling alone, adding to the pressure on Sweden’s comprehensive social welfare system.

    “This is putting pressure on Swedish society,” Mr Löfven said. “Swedes in general are in favour of a tolerant approach, but you need to be aware that society can start to feel pressure if, for example, people feel schools aren’t working as well as they used to.”

    Mr Löfven said his coalition planned to pass a law by March next year that would make it compulsory for all local government councils in Sweden to accept some refugees, and his government would provide assistance in the form of extra resources for housing.

    “I call them enemies of Swedish society. It worries me a lot. Although they are only a few in number, it’s bad enough that they can set fire to buildings where children are living,” he said.

    He accused the anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats, a rightwing populist party that holds the balance of power in parliament and recently became the largest party in Sweden, according to one opinion poll, of seeking to exploit the refugee crisis and stir up social unrest for political advantage.

    “Basically, they’re not interested in showing responsibility for our society. They’re just interested in pushing their anti-immigrant stand. They want to create chaos and disorder,” Mr Löfven said.

    He said the most effective response to the rightwing populists was to show ordinary Swedes that their welfare state, a pillar of social stability in Sweden for many decades, was still working well.

    “We are focusing on the welfare system, unemployment benefits, healthcare, care for the elderly, so that people can see that their society is functioning well. When more people feel that, they will be safer against those kinds of rightwing populist movements.”

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  4. She was a member of the "Freedom Party". As has been pointed out before, Heinz-Christian Strache (the head of the Party) has a Jewish campaign manager (this info was up at Gates of Vienna some time ago, which is why, although knowing it is a Jewish-front, it is important to look in on it because one learns facts that Jewish agenda media are silent on; at GoV they no doubt saw this as an excellent sign). Thus, the FP garnered enough votes in the latest mayoral election for Vienna to come in second place, and thereby leave people with the false impression that, eventually, the FP might in the future win power and, on the other side, to provide the media with opportunities (like the Winter issue) to impugn the FP with the 'charge' of "antisemitism" (i.e. any criticism of Judaism or Jews). A skilled enemy always plays (on) both sides in a war. Of course, this Winter case is a blatant violation of freedom of speech, but lashan hara ('evil speech' in Talmudic ideology) trumps all and Europe has been under the control of 'hate speech' for decades; if only some brave journalist or politician were to present the historical political record of the legislative progression of such hate speech via the Jewish bodies, and Jewish government heads/ministers responsible for it, there might be chance of people awakening to the real threats and sources.

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  5. Read some of the readers' comments at your source (Die Presse); the right of freedom of speech is lost on people who have had the subjective concept of 'hate speech' drummed into them over decades. Only one person seemed to see the lumbering elephant when he asked, no doubt rhetorically, "Who gets to determine what is hate speech?" Answer, all too obviously not provided at DP, is: He who makes the laws to control you.

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  6. This looks to be the George Soros essay, from his own website, which prompted the remarks of the person to whom Winter replied (you'll notice that his points all appear to be repeated by the talking puppet heads, Merkel et al, of the EU, and fully supported, of course, by the UN which will make a fortune, along with Soros out of these proposals:

    The essay is dated September 26, 2015:

    http://www.georgesoros.com/essays/rebuilding-the-asylum-system/

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