Thursday, 31. July 2014
13. 05. 14. - 16:00
By Andreas Unterberger
If you look at this picture, you don't need any words.
We are being drowned in gay propaganda. And more, this particular poster according to the Wiedner ÖVP politician Hungerländer is hanging next to the entrance to a school in Vienna.
It shows perfectly clearly the consequences of the gay euphoria that all the left-wing parties plus the ORF (which is also effectively the same thing) as well as various conservatives have shown since the victory of Neuwirth/Wurst at the song contest.
And it shows more than anything else very clearly the intention of the massively state subsidised Life-Ball.
The feminists, who are up in arms if they so much as see a hint of a breast or a woman drinking beer in a traditional Austrian dress like the Dirndl are saying nothing. After all, they get enough taxpayers money from the their Socialist and Green friends to keep quiet.
And the men in this country, as long as they aren't gay, are automatically homophobic and on the verge of ending up in a collective jail.
- See more at: http://www.andreas-unterberger.at/2014/05/ein-bild-sagt-wohl-alles/#sthash.aeWzDBgq.dpuf
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