April 23, 2008
It wasn’t a question Arnold Schwarzenegger wanted to answer. “Arnold, can I get your comment on Kurt Waldheim, your friend?” Schwarzenegger immediately turned away.
After Luke Rudowski of We Are Change attempted to question Arnold about his relationship with former Nazi and Secretary-General of the United Nations, Kurt Waldheim, Schwarzenegger’s press secretary, Aaron McLear, stepped in and confessed complete — if completely unbelievable — ignorance of Waldheim.
Obviously, before taking the job, Mr. McLear did not do his homework.
So chummy was Arnie with the former Nazi, he invited him to his wedding to blue blood Maria Shriver, niece of the John F. Kennedy. Waldheim didn’t attend, but he did send a gift, reported to be a statue of Arnold, in lederhosen, bearing off Maria, who wore a dirndl. “My friends don’t want me to mention Kurt’s name, because of all the recent Nazi stuff and the U.N. controversy, but I love him and Maria does too, and so thank you, Kurt,” Arnie gushed.
As it turns out, Kurt Waldheim was a Nazi intelligence officer in Germany’s Army Group E when it committed mass murder in the Kozara region of western Bosnia. In fact, Waldheim’s name appears on the Wehrmacht’s “honor list” of those responsible for the atrocity. At the end of the war, Waldheim was wanted by the War Crimes Commission of the United Nations. Ironically or not, Waldheim would later become the head of the globalist organization. In Austria, plenty of people were willing for forgive Waldheim for his crimes, as he had no problem becoming president. At the same time, the U.S. Justice Department put Waldheim on its watch list denying entry to “any foreign national who assisted or otherwise participated in activities amounting to persecution during World War II.”
It makes sense Arnie would express an effusive affinity for Kurt Waldheim, as Schwarzenegger’s vater was a Nazi muckamuck. Gustav Schwarzenegger voluntarily joined Hitler’s infamous Strumabteilung (SA), “brown shirt” stormtroopers in 1939. So fond of Hitler was Gustav he even marched around with the Führer’s trademark mustache. The Vienna daily Der Standard noted that “Gustav, a high-ranking Nazi, brought up the bespectacled, rather frail boy with an iron fist and quite a few slaps in the face.”
In 2003, the New York Times reported that film producer George Butler, who produced the documentary “Pumping Iron,” asked Schwarzenegger who he admired and the bodybuilder replied: “I admired Hitler, for instance, because he came from being a little man with almost no formal education up to power. And I admire him for being such a good public speaker.” Butler considered Arnie a “flagrant, outspoken admirer of Hitler” who played “Nazi marching songs from long-playing records in his collection at home” and “frequently clicked his heels and pretended to be an S.S. officer.”
In 1976, Arnie told Rolling Stone: “I feel you only can have a few leaders… and then the rest is followers. I feel that I am the born leader and that I’ve always impressed with being the leader. I hate to be the follower. I had this when I was a little boy,” back when his Gestapo father boxed his ears. “I didn’t think about money. I thought about the fame, about just being the greatest. I was dreaming about being some dictator of a country or some savior like Jesus.”
In other words, for our globalist rulers, Arnie is the ideal candidate — authoritarian, suffering from a messianic complex, and completely deluded.
And it makes perfect sense Schwarzenegger would flaunt a Nazi death’s head belt buckle on the cover of Time Magazine, as he is a recalcitrant fascist, indeed quite proud of his admiration for Hitler and the Nazis, responsible for slaughtering tens of millions of people. Showing off the belt buckle is a sly way to show his real colors without going completely over the top.
No wonder he turned his back on Luke Rudowski when asked about Kurt Waldheim. Now that Schwarzenegger’s dream of power and becoming a dictator — same as that other guy with a family steeped in Nazism, the one currently in the White House — draws closer, he has to studiously avoid his free wheeling past and also embarrassing questions asked by the untermenschen.
Want to learn more about Arnie? Check out Arnold Exposed.
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