Friday, 8 April 2011
Riots Erupt Across the Nazi World After the Burning of the Nazi Holy Book Mein Kampf.
The American born performance artist Winston Churchill remains unrepentant while pictured reclining with the cigar he used to burn Mein Kampf. "I'll do it again and again and until victory and only victory" said Churchill. "I put it in the dustbin of history. No one likes a mess."
Nazi fundamentalists across the Nazi world, including a minority of extremists from among the clear majority of moderate Nazi immigrants to the West, have rioted for a second day over the burning of Mein Kampf at the Guggenheimy Museum by the American performance artist Winston Churchill. The burning is part of the current controversial 'Mass Murdering Nazi Totalitarianism' exhibition, with many courageous artists standing together and condemning Nazism as objectively "fascist and evil" and it's founder as a "deceptive psychopath".
The Director of the Guggenheimy, Jimmy Petraeus, has said that he “will always stand with any artist and their unalienable right to free speech and indeed freedom itself. I refuse to side with totalitarian fascist psychopaths against American citizens. To ever state any other position would be a betrayal of all I believe in. This is something I would never do."
In the city of Berlin, marauding Hitler Youth have killed dozens of people when four homicide suicide attackers disguised as Herman Goering, blew themselves up even larger.
Unlike Petreaus, who is a courageous and staunch defender of the Western values of individual freedom, other officials were quick to condemn the burning of the Holy Mein Kampf written in a cave over a century ago by the founder of Nazism, Mohammad Hitler.
'Mad Mo' as he was affectionately known, subsequently married a six year-old child, then spread the peaceful message of Nazism with his peaceful Wermacht Divisions throughout Europe and continues to do so right up to the present day.
Senator Pointdexter Quisling lll, said the burning of Mein Kampf, which translates as ’My Struggle’ or ‘Jihad’, was “hateful, extremely disrespectful and enormously intolerant”, and that this is merely “provoking moderate Nazi’s around the world to side with the extreme minority of Nazis who have hijacked Nazism.”
Pointdexter Quisling pointed out quite pointedly emphasising several points, that with this single Kampf fire “years of building trust between the Gestapo and Washington may now be in jeopardy”, and added that without “endlessly wringing our hands over everything we say and do or don’t say and don't do, or are accused of something entirely imaginary or of being, well, er, gee, anyway, things could get even worse if we don't! So whatever it is that we should do or not do, we should definately do or not do now! If that's ok with the majority of entirely moderate Nazis, of course.”
Quisling elaborated even further that “our moderate Nazi friends, while essentially a mob if you will, especially one that can be influenced by individuals that want to incite freedom as opposed to the understandable, violently insane passions of the violently insane yet understandably violently insane, who want to try to hijack their understandable and legitimately violently insane passions, in this case, perhaps understandable violently insane passions being from ironically often actual hijackers. But this is beside the point. Nazism is a religion of peace! Or else.”
The protests come at a critical juncture as the US-led coalition gears up for a Springtime For Hitler Revue and with Germany’s mercurial current Fuhrer Jim Karzy, denouncing the burning of his favorite book as "an act of extreme intolerance und zer bigotry!”
Karzy protested that “Zey say zey vant to help usss! Zis is a vaw for our bratvurst! Nussink more, uhntless zey haff come for zer cheese und der sauerkraut too?!”
[Reich Chancellor Karzy's brother Willie Krunt, is the biggest supplier of Benzadrine and pickled Herrings in Germany.]