donderdag 28 januari 2010

Arnold Schwarzenegger...

Arnold met zijn skull and bones gesp op de cover van Time magazine, toevallig is dit symbool ook op nazi SS officierspetjes te vinden...

When author and producer George Butler asked who he admired most, Schwarzenegger 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 also makes claims the actor "frequently clicked his heels and pretended to be an S.S. officer" and that he enjoyed playing "Nazi marching songs from long-playing records from his collection at home." New York Times.

Arnold openly supported Kurt Waldheim, former UN chief and a former Austrian politician who participated in Nazi atrocities during World War II. Schwarzenegger's name remained on Waldheim's campaign posters, even after allegations of Waldheim's war crimes were brought to light. Waldheim was even invited to Arnold's wedding. Kurt Waldheim in the middle:

Schwarzenegger’s late father, Gustav Schwarzenegger, voluntarily applied to join the Nazi Party in 1938 when it was still illegal in Austria. He also voluntarily applied to become a member of the Sturmabteilung, the Nazi paramilitary wing, on May 1, 1939. He was a Hitler-worshiping brownshirt.

"My relationship to power and authority is that I'm all for it... People need somebody to watch over them... Ninety-five percent of the people in the world need to be told what to do and how to behave." -Arnold Schwarzenegger U.S. News & World Report, November 26, 1990.

"At that point, 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. Just to be recognized." -Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rolling Stone Magazine.

Meer over Arnold en zijn verdachte gedrag.

1 opmerking:

  1. skull & bones is ook de naam en het logo van een Amerikaanse studentenvereniging