Politicians in Austria seek to throw out member who called out Zionist Banking cabal

Rarely do you see mainstream politicians willingly call out the cabal that secretly holds sway over the global financial system, but one woman legislator in Austria is attempting to do just that.  On Nov. 2, Susanne Winter went to social media to affirm what someone had posted regarding the Zionist bankers being the root problem behind the chaos brewing in the global financial system.  And for this, a right-wing leadership party within Austria’s legislature is attempting to oust her for what they refer to as Anti-Semitic remarks.

Yet like the way the left wing of American politics calls anyone who disagrees with them racists, there is a major difference between Zionists and Jews when it comes to distinguishing politics from race.

Susanne Winter, a member of the right-wing Freedom Party, appeared to agree with a Facebook comment claiming that ‘Jews the world over are the problem.’

Austria’s far-right Freedom Party (FPO) said on Monday it would dismiss a member of its parliamentary group for an anti-Semitic exchange on Facebook unless she abandoned her seat and left the party voluntarily.

The Freedom Party, which several polls suggest is the most popular in Austria, has gained support with anti-immigrant messages during Europe’s worst refugee crisis in decades, and has called for a border fence to be built around the country. But the remark on Facebook last week, in which MP Susanne Winter expressed support for an anti-Semitic comment, had crossed a “red line”, her party said in a statement.

Winter, an MP since 2008, on Friday posted a link to an article in the German newsmagazine Der Spiegel that said Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban had blamed Europe’s migration crisis in part on what he described as a prominent financier’s support for human rights initiatives.

Another user responded to the posting with a comment that included the phrase, “The Zionist money-Jews worldwide are the problem,” according to Austrian media.Winter replied: “You take the words out of my mouth 🙂 There is a lot I am not allowed to write. That is why I am all the more pleased by brave, independent people!” – Haaretz

The fact of the matter is that there is a vast difference between ancient blood Jews and those that follow Talmudic Judaism created in Babylon during the 2nd and 3rd centuries.  And Zionism is simply a political movement started and funded by the Ashkenazi and converted family of Rothschild to retake the lands of Judah and Jerusalem for the purposes of controlling oil assets in the Middle East.

Rothschild

The banking cabal started by the House of Rothschild in the 17th century is the basis for all forms of central banking today.  And whether this family is referred to as Jews, Ashkenazi’s, Zionists, or the like due to the Talmudic Judaic conversion of their homeland of Khazaria during the 10th century, the fact remains that there are only three countries left in the world who are absent Zionist banking controls, and that most financial crises ever inflicted are due to their banking system which was reborn out of Babylon, and instituted by those claiming a Zionist Jew heritage.

Kenneth Schortgen Jr is a writer for Secretsofthefed.comExaminer.com, Roguemoney.net, and To the Death Media, and hosts the popular web blog, The Daily Economist. Ken can also be heard Wednesday afternoons giving an weekly economic report on the Angel Clark radio show.

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