Lifesize Wax Hitler in Museum Sparks Outrage from Antisemitism Groups

People visiting a museum in Indonesia wanted to have their picture taken with a wax Adolf Hitler.

The result was outrage coming from Jews, who have successfully gotten AH removed from display.

(((They))) can force the removal of certain Hitler and Nazi things, but the memes will live on. I’ve inserted a few for your viewing pleasure.

Sky News

A life-size figure of Hitler standing against a backdrop of Auschwitz concentration camp has been removed from an Indonesian waxwork museum following international outrage.

The museum in the city of Yogyakarta had allowed visitors to take selfies next to the display since 2014.

The museum’s marketing officer defended it in recent days after condemnation from human rights groups.

“No visitors complained about it,” he said.

“Most of our visitors are having fun because they know this is just an entertainment museum… Let people judge whether the character is good or bad.”

However, the De Mata Trick Eye Museum confirmed on Saturday that the display had been removed.

“We don’t want to attract outrage,” said operations manager Jamie Misbah. “Our purpose to display the Hitler figure in the museum is to educate.”

The exhibit had been positioned next to a figure of Darth Vader and opposite a waxwork of Indonesian President Joko Widodo.

Human Rights Watch had called the exhibit “sickening” and prominent anti-Semitism group The Simon Wiesenthal Centre demanded it be taken down.

“Everything about it is wrong. It’s hard to find words for how contemptible it is,” said the centre’s Rabbi Abraham Cooper.

“The background is disgusting. It mocks the victims who went in and never came out.”

Almost a million Jews were murdered at Auschwitz after being rounded up from around Europe and herded unaware into the gas chambers.

The museum’s display featured the Auschwitz entrance with the infamous slogan “Arbeit Macht Frei” (“Work Sets You Free”).

A Nazi-themed cafe, where waiters wore SS uniforms and pictures of Hitler adorned the walls, also closed in the Indonesian city of Bandung in January.

It came after years of controversy and reported death threats against the owner.

Human Rights Watch Indonesia researcher Andreas Harsono said the Nazi exhibits showed anti-Jewish sentiment in the world’s biggest Muslim nation was more widespread than thought.

Mr Harsono said the Israel-Palestine situation had fed anti-Jewish feelings in the country for decades.

Historians have also pointed to a lack of education in Indonesia about the horrors of the Holocaust and the persecution of the Jews during the war.

Adolf Hitler’s 3-mile-long Nazi getaway is now a luxury resort

Ignore the slurs and slanders aimed at Adolf Hitler in the source article. BI is a Jewish owned and edited news website.

The story illustrates that the Jews continue to be fascinated by Adolf Hitler.

As one who appreciates old buildings, thank God this one was restored. I believe there were many in Germany who wanted to destroy it since it’s tainted by Hitler’s ghost.

Business Insider

In 1936, three years before Germany invaded Poland and started World War II, Adolf Hitler ordered the construction of the world’s largest tourist resort, located on a beachfront property on the island of Rügen.

The Nazis called it Prora.

Hitler never finished construction on Prora because of the war. As German soldiers marched through Europe, Prora was left to rot — until 2013.

Prora is now the property of the German real-estate company Metropole Marketing, which rents out rooms to international travelers and Germans alike.


Here are a handful of wild facts about the megastructure.

More than 9,000 workers helped construct Prora.

Roger Moorhouse, a historian and tour guide, told Business Insider that Prora was intended as the carrot to the stick of the Gestapo — as a pacifying gesture to get the German people on Hitler’s side.

At the time, Germany was enmeshed in the World War I concept of “people’s community,” or “volksgemeinschaft,” in which Germans would stand united, no matter what.

The structure was built to hold 20,000 people.

While the Nazi police state was in development, the overarching German vision was a hopeful one, Moorhouse told Business Insider. “And this,” he said, “is where something like Prora comes in.”

Each room would measure 16 feet by 8.2 feet and include two beds, a sink, and a dresser.

Hitler commissioned a festival hall in the center of Prora that would be large enough to hold all 20,000 residents at once.

Hitler’s megalomania — a trait shared by many dictators — was also manifested in his plan for the Festival Hall. The Nazi leader commissioned the architect Erich zu Putlitz to design it.

The hall was designed to contain two wave pools and theaters for movies and live performance.

The entire building measures 2.8 miles long, and it’s 150 yards from the beach.

“The photos cannot physically do it justice,” Moorhouse said. “It’s too big.”

By all accounts, it would have been one of the most impressive structures in the world.

It also features the world’s longest youth hostel, which contains 402 beds and 96 rooms.

In the early 2000s, several German developers fought for the initial rights to revive Prora.

In 2006, Germany’s federal agency for real estate bought Block 5, which contained the hostel. It opened in 2011.

The largest units costs nearly $1 million to buy.

People who want to stay at Prora can choose between hotel rooms for temporary visits or luxury apartments as long-term investments.

The apartments run from $400,000 to $900,000 depending on the block they’re in and their size.

See more photos at the link to BI above. Read more at Wikipedia.

Arthur Szyk: The American Jew Artist Who Helped Propagandize Americans During World War II

By virtue of having his work on the covers of magazines during the second world war, Jewish artist and activist for Jewish causes, was able to make an indelible impression on the minds of Americans during the war.

Excerpt from The Jewish Tabletmag:

For the past several weeks, a second floor gallery at the New-York Historical Society has become what the French would call a boîte à bijoux, a jewel box overflowing with concentrated gem-like images of Jewish heroes and Nazi monsters created by the Polish-Jewish illustrator Arthur Szyk (pronounced Shik).

Most of Szyk’s images were made for reproduction in books, magazines, and newspapers. To see the originals, many of which are surprisingly small opaque watercolors (or gouaches) is to be dazzled by the painter’s technique and the fact that he evidently worked without a magnifying glass.

Szyk (1894-1951) is a singular figure in 20th-century art—at once a remarkable craftsman, a political activist, a successful commercial artist, a ferocious cartoonist, and the inventor of a style closer to medieval illuminated manuscripts than any sort of contemporary expression. He was also an unabashed propagandist with a taste for patriotic pomp and sturdy muskeljuden. All dimensions can be found in Arthur Szyk: Soldier in Art at the Historical Society through Jan. 21, 2018.

The article goes on to analyze Szyk and his work in a way that only Jews can do. Read it if you like, but I’ll complete this post with a few more samples of Szyk’s art.

Oy vey! Looks like America had a Jewish Norman Rockwell working on their minds during the war.

Hitler’s Treason Speech: Transcript


Something different for this site.

When Adolf Hitler was tried for treason in 1924, he was given the opportunity to speak. That speech is offered without comment in an English translation. After the speech are two relevant links that help put it into context.

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Italy: Soccer Fans Respond to Anne Frank Memorial by Singing Fascist Songs


Here’s what I love about the Italians.

If only American football fans had their kind of backbone.

The Independent

Serie A’s attempts to tackle anti-Semitism backfired on Wednesday night with some Lazio fans singing fascist songs and making salutes in the stands during a reading from Anne Frank’s diary, while some Juventus supports turned their backs.

A reading from Frank’s diary was read aloud before every Italian league match this week in a bid to combat the increasing anti-Semitic incidents after Lazio fans posted stickers of Frank wearing a Roma jersey on the walls of their rivals’ Stadio Olimpico home on Sunday.

The incident caused outrage, with the Italian prime minister Paolo Gentiloni calling the images “unbelievable” and “unacceptable”.

In response, Lazio president Claudio Lotito decided his players would wear t-shirts depicting the German-born Jewish girl who was killed in World War II and kept a diary of her time in hiding, with the message “no to anti-Semitism”.

He also said he would organise an annual trip to the former concentration camp at Auschwitz to educate fans about the horrors of the Holocaust.

While most fans across the country observed the reading and the minute silence expertly, some supporters at Lazio vs Bologna boycotted it and sang fascist songs and made fascist salutes.

The incident was made worse given that Lazio fans were situated in a stand named after Arpad Weisz, a former Inter Milan and Bologna coach who was killed at Auschwitz.

A portion of Juventus fans also joined in on boycotting the anti-Semitic protest as they decided to turn their backs during the minute’s silence and sang the Italian national anthem instead prior to their game against SPAL.

The reading was also poorly observed at Roma vs Crotone as some fans drowned it out by singing chants about their teams.

Poor Anne isn’t getting much respect these days. Methinks the Jewish promoters of her overdid it.

Scaramucci Holocaust Poll Draws Fire


I did my duty and voted in the Scaramucci poll. My vote was for less than one million. I would have gone smaller but there was no “Zero” answer.

The firestorm surrounding the poll is indicative of who the men behind the curtain pulling the levers are in America.

Mooch claims that his goal is to snuff out “Holocaust denial” by encouraging the public to think about six million dead Jews.

Is he lying? Could be.

Excerpt from The Hill

“Please vote & retweet. Do not let Holocaust deniers and anti-Semites control this poll,” he wrote to his 850,000 followers. “Six million Jews perished in the Holocaust.”

You can vote too if you’re logged in to Twitter. At the time I’m posting this the clear favorite answer was the “over 5 million” with 62 percent of the vote. This poll is unscientific. Six million dead Jews will probably vote before it’s over.

Swiss MP Resigns After Jews in Pig Farm Comment


Even a very subtle, very mild statement comparing Jews to pigs was enough to result in the resignation of a member of Switzerland’s parliament, Jonas Fricker, pictured above.

If you’re going to be a politician you must follow the script and condemn the (imaginary) Holocaust as the worst thing in human history.

Jeresalem Post

wiss Green Party MP Jonas Fricker said during a debate over animal protections in the National Council legislative body on Thursday that Jews deported to the Auschwitz extermination camp had a better chance of surviving than pigs sent to industrial livestock farming.

Fricker’s alleged belittling of the Holocaust triggered outrage in Switzerland, causing him to resign on Saturday.

He said on Thursday that “the people who were deported there [Nazi extermination camps] had a chance to survive. The pigs go to a certain death.”

“You know the photographs, the documentary films from Europe that show the unspeakable industry livestock farming – they are transported to a certain death,” Fricker continued, adding that the last time he recalled seeing a documentary about the transport of pigs, photographs of the mass deportation from Schindler’s List came to mind.

The Swiss National Council debate covered the Fair-Food-Initiative and the standards in the industrial farming sector. The Swiss media was blanketed with coverage of Fricker’s comparison between pigs and Jews during the Holocaust.

According to the Swiss website 20 Minuten, the Swiss People’s Party politician Roland Rino Buchel said he was “shocked” that a speaker would contend it is worse for animals today than the people back then in Auschwitz.

In response to the outrage Fricker said he “would to apologize in all forms for my inappropriate comparison.”

The news outlet also reported that Jonathan Kreutner, secretary-general of the Swiss Federation of Jewish Communities, said “such a comparison is, of course, unsupported. Fricker sees that and immediately apologized to us and [apologized] in parliament,” he said.

Fricker, 40, has been a member of parliament since 2015.

Apologies rarely do any good so why make them. Tell the politically incorrect truth, if you can live with the consequences. Otherwise, lay low and stealthily sabotage the globalists when presented with an opportunity.