[One of my followers found this story. He wondered whether this was an example of the theory that Alex Linder and I have spoken of that Jews set out to destroy white leaders. Its something I’m convinced of. You’ll see it when a white man is rising and he is anti-Jew and then he dies suddenly. Its the same as with Rockwell. I’m convinced that since Hitler, that the Jews aggressively set out to destroy white men who are true to their race. When they see "NAZI/Fascist” tendencies that could spread they destroy him.
I can’t see anything firm that indicates that Haider’s death was due to foul play. The problem is that you need to investigate the story and look at the detail and see if all the details they give are correct.
There are many ways of killing someone, especially these days. Killing someone and making it look like a natural event is something that is very possible. As I write this I am going to prepare a report for a Colonel in the military about the recent deaths of Roy Bennet and Morgan Tsvangirai. Its far too convenient. Their deaths will finish off the MDC in Zimbabwe which was started by whites+blacks to fight against the communist Zanu PF. Zimbabwe is a place where mysterious deaths in politics have freaked even the blacks out. There are many deaths involving car accidents.
I’m very suspicious of these things. The communists are very devious and the Jews are even more devious than the communists.
There was a time in Europe where several right wing leaders died in a matter of years. One was a faggot who was right wing and would have ruled Holland.
When I read about Haider and his views, he strikes me as the perfect kind of candidate the Jews would most definitely want to kill. Here’s an article from 2008. Jan]
Haider, Austria’s notorious far-right politician, is killed in road crash
Haider, the governor of the Austrian province of Carinthia and leader of the Alliance for the Future of Austria (AFA), was driving alone near the city of Klagenfurt. He died of severe head and chest injuries after his vehicle veered off the road as he attempted to overtake another car, doctors said.
A spokesman for Haider’s party said his death was ‘like the end of the world’ and pledged to ‘keep his legacy alive’. Austrian Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer described the maverick right-winger as someone who had shaped his nation’s political landscape for decades.
Political analysts said that the sudden death of Haider could lead to a new wave of support for the resurgent but divided Austrian right, which won 28 per cent of the vote in general elections last month. ‘The right-wing bloc will now be able to unify around one leader,’ said Robert Misik, a senior Austrian journalist and commentator. ‘The charismatic Haider died the death of the James Dean of the Austrian political class, and that in itself will have significant consequences in the future.’
Haider, the son of two Austrian Nazi sympathisers and a brilliant law student, was one of Europe’s most controversial politicians. He based his career on a relatively explicit admiration for German National Socialism, aggressive Euroscepticism, persistent attacks on immigrants, and an instinctive ability to subtly but effectively tap into a long local history of anti-semitism.
Using simple, provocative language, Haider, along with figures such as France’s Jean-Marie Le Pen, was seen as one of the pioneers of the new European extreme-right populism of the past two decades. In 1991 he provoked fury after praising the ‘orderly employment policy’ of Nazi Germany, in 1995 he dismissed Nazi concentration camps as ‘the punishment camps of National Socialism’, and said that the Nazi Waffen-SS ‘deserved every honour and recognition’. Haider’s father volunteered for service with German armies on the eastern and western fronts during the Second World War. His parents were punished for their pro-Nazi activities by being forced to work in mundane jobs after the war.
In 1999, after receiving 27 per cent of the vote in national elections, Haider’s Freedom party was included in national government, earning Austria months of diplomatic isolation within the European Union. However, Haider, who always preferred the role of maverick populist outside the mainstream than the grit of day-to-day politics, ceded leadership of his party to a deputy. ‘When it actually came to the final and boldest step into real power, his courage failed him,’ said Misik. ‘He was a complex personality, eccentric and borderline.’
A multi-millionaire following the death of a rich landowner uncle who bequeathed him a huge estate controversially bought from an Italian Jew forced to flee Austria in 1940, Haider, always very popular in his home province of Carinthia, had toned down his rhetoric in recent years – though recent election posters in the town of Graz featured an immigrant beggar woman and the title ‘Clean Up Graz’.
In 2005 he broke away from the hard-right Freedom party, now led by his former protégé Heinz-Christian Strache, to create the more moderate AFA. Despite the personal animosity of Haider and Strache, their two parties formed a right-wing bloc which did well in Austrian general elections last month, winning the same total as local Social Democrats.
Strache, who has called for a ministry of deportation of immigrants, openly mocks homosexuals and has been filmed in forests carrying arms and wearing paramilitary fatigues in the company of banned German neo-Nazis, ran a virulently xenophobic campaign with slogans such as ‘lights home for asylum cheats’. Yesterday Strache said Haider’s death had deprived Austria of ‘a great political figure’.