This is one of the more maddening stories we’ve been following this year – one which demonstrates just how powerful Zionist influence is globally.
In spite of 9 months of objecting, student protests and a letter writing campaign by the EKP (on behalf of, and at the request of the students involved), the Thai mural depicting Adolf Hitler as an “anti-Marxist superhero” has been taken down and will stay down.
For those of you haven’t heard the story;
A group of students at Thailand’s Chulalongkorn Univerisity decided Adolf Hitler warranted being painted alongside Batman, Superman and Spiderman on an “anti-Marxist wall exhibit” celebrating graduation day, entitled “the Justice League for graduation.”
So Hitler was painted into the 3 meter wide mural alongside Batman, Captain America, the Incredible Hulk and Iron Man – with his arm raised in the traditional Roman/fascist salute.
The university was happy, the students loved it and all was well, until Israel, by way of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, who have absolutely nothing to do with the university or Thai affairs, reared their ugly heads and ordered it taken down.
The students questioned by our Asian correspondent defended the mural claiming that Hitler was a “hero of theirs” for “fighting evil, combatting Communism, using ancient Eastern symbols like the Swastika, respecting Asians (think Japan)” and “fighting the colonial powers that ravaged Asia”.
They also thanked the EKP for fighting for free speech in Thailand and against Marxism. Hopefully I’ll be on their next mural. 😉
In South East Asia, where apparently university students still think for themselves, Jews (Karl Marx, Leon Trotsky, Lazar Kaganovich and 90% of the Bolsheviks Party) are still synonymous with Communism – and one thing is clear; Communism is NOT a popular ideology.
Think the People’s Republic of China.
So why and how was the mural taken down?
Upon learning of its existence (they have spies EVERYWHERE), the Simon Wiesenthal Center, an international Jewish human rights group, acting as Israel’s mouthpiece and public relations machine, ‘demanded the university intervene and remove the obscene mural.”
The students objected, arguing that it was their ‘right of artistic and academic expression’, something legally protected at Thai universities.
“The mural was a work of art that represented our interest in western culture. Why is there a problem with that?” Johnny ‘Chuanchen’ Chittapong asked us. “He is like a larger than life super hero for us. Mein Kampf is seen as a victory book for people fighting Russian and Chinese communism. Why should we be forced to remove it by foreign peoples who aren’t from our country? Unlike Europeans who want to have one big union, we only want our own country and people’s opinion here.”
But the folks at the Simon Wiesenthal Center didn’t quite see things in the same manner.
“Hitler as a superhero? Is he an appropriate role model for Thailand’s younger generation — a genocidal hate monger who mass murdered Jews and Gypsies and who considered people of color as racially inferior,” Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean at the center, said in a statement the day the mural was first taken down. “The Simon Wiesenthal Center is outraged and disgusted by this public display at Thailand’s leading school of higher education. This is the sort of thing that could damage relations between the nation of Thailand and Israel.”
The Rabbi then went on to denigrate Thai people insinuating they’re inferiority to Jews.
“The study of history in the Thai school system-if you can call it that, revolves primarily around the history of Thailand and its long line of kings. World history is irrelevant and glossed over, with little or no mention of the Holocaust.”
Tut tut tut…
The nerve of these Thai kids for having a bit of fun and seeing the world though different eyes than the Jews.
We are constantly told by Marxist, typically Jewish academics at our universities, that we shouldn’t see the world through Eurocentric eyes, EVEN at our own European universities! Seems the Jews have the ability to FORCE Asians to see the world through Jewish eyes IN ASIA! Yet another double standard from the chosen ones.
Instead of understanding that European history is not prioritised at Asian schools, and that European colonial powers, which the allied forces represented (think Subhas Bose and the Free India Army joining forces with the Reich against their British oppressors) are generally not looked upon favourably in Asia, the Israeli lobby, disregarded decency, imposed their will on the locals and literally browbeat them into capitulation.
And boy did the university every capitulate….
Within days the university ordered the students take down the mural, releasing the following statement.
“Regarding your report on the mural displayed at Chulalongkorn University’s Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts on graduation day, the Chulalongkorn University Communication Center, on behalf of the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, would like to express our sincere regret and apologize [to] the public and the media for such offensive material that was exhibited,” Chulalongkorn University wrote in his letter of apology to The Times of Israel.
The world is so screwed up that the killing of innocent kids on the Gaza strip is seen as morally justifiable while spray painting a pic of Hitler, is something to cry over.
And what in heaven’s name is the Simon Weasel-thal Center even doing in Thailand?
Besides frequenting the local pre-teen lady-boy brothels, I don’t see why they have any business meddling in Thai affairs.
But apparently they do, illustrated by the reaction of the university and government.
To ensure the world knew how naughty Thailand had been the university called a press conference to apologise farther.
Here’s a selection of the best bits:
“The University made an official apology to the Simon Wiesenthal Center on this matter and will make every effort to ensure that an incident of this kind will never occur again.”
“(We) would like to formally express our sincere apology for our students’ ‘Superhero’ mural,”
“We will do everything in our power to teach sensitivity to Jewish issues to our students.”
Still, the belligerent and downright arrogant Wiesenthal Center were unimpressed.
“Nazism was the ugliest chapter of human history. They know what Adolf Hitler and the Nazis represents to us. No excuse makes up for the pain caused. Still we are relieved that monstrosity has been taken down.”
Although the mural was taken down, a handful of students have remained defiant and have been tirelessly working to see they can paint a new one its place-one with Hitler’s image replaced with Blondi, Hitler’s Alsatian companion; that was my suggestion.
Sadly, thus far they have been unsuccessful, and for the most part, the good lads have thrown in the proverbial towel. Seems German Shepherds are off limits as well.
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Sadly truth and freedom of speech have lost yet another battle.
Notes -We don’t refer to it as a “Nazi” salute here at the EKP, as that’s a derogatory term coined by Leftist radicals and the reactionary idiots still using the term to describe extremist views. The Roman Fascist salute, based on a Spartan warrior salutation, is a proud greeting amongst men that’s been utilised for thousands of years.
Say what you want about Adolph Hiter and the Third Reich, but National Socialism in principle, which is what ‘Nazism’ generally refers to, is an honourable ideology that promotes love of kin and country before money, greed, self interest and material wealth-therefore why should we demean it? The Israeli’s themselves adhere to national socialist principles.
Conversely, Marxism, the political ideology the Z-Team peddle to the rest of us, has the death of hundreds of millions of innocent souls under its belt.
by G. Vallone, EKP Director