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NY Times: Holocaust Survivors Score Victory in Reclaiming Stolen Art


Both in TomatoBubble articles and in “The Bad War,” Sugar and I, er, “The Editorial Board” of The Anti-New York Times have thoroughly exposed the scam that is the “Nazi looted art” routine. What we were not aware of, as this article reveals, is that the usual suspects appear to have been, and evidently still are, cashing in on the big lie. Why are we not surprised?

Hazmat suits and goggles on, boys and girls. Join us for a rebutting historical swim in Sulzberger’s cesspool as we examine young Gentile Emmarie Huetteman’s latest journalistic turd sandwich. But first, a bit of historical context.
29-year-old Slimes scribbler Emmarie Huetteman is probably not a knowing Marxist conspirator — and most likely just a dumb millennial libtard who not-too-long-ago cried her eyes out during mandatory Middle School Holocaust TM education. Very soon, her lost generation will outnumber the baby-boomers. 
“Looted Art” — The Historical Context
Under Kaiser Wilhelm II during World War I, the highly cultured Germans go to great lengths to protect and preserve artworks located in enemy territory or near a zone of combat. The German word to describe this principal of saving Europe’s cultural and artistic treasures during wartime is “Kunstschutz” (art protection). At the end of World War I, rescued artworks are returned voluntarily. Unlike World War II, anti-German propaganda actually fades away following World War I. As a result, Germany is later praised for “Kunstschutz” / art protection during “The Great War”. 
Kaiser Wilhelm tried to avert the war which was forced upon Germany. Even while winning the war, the Kaiser held out an olive branch to the Allies, while his soldiers protected artworks belonging to enemy nations. World War I was very destructive. Thanks to Germany, many works of art located in Belgium and France were saved. 
A talented painter himself, The Great One had a great appreciation for art and culture. He sees Churchill and FDR as uncultured barbarians with merciless disregard for innocent life, architecture, and works of art. As the Germans under Kaiser Wilhelm II had done during World War I, Hitler also orders the protection of artworks throughout the combat theatres of Western and Eastern Europe. The task of protecting the art of Europe is handed over to Air Force Marshal Hermann Goering
As men of culture, Hitler and Goring placed high priority on art protection.  
As Allied terror bombing ravages Europe, thousands of paintings and sculptures from Italy, France, Belgium, Russia, Romania, and Poland are gathered and meticulously inventoried by the Germans. After the war, the American Art Looting Investigation Unit (ALIU) of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) issues 13 reports on the German plundering of art.  By the way, this is the same OSS whose other “findings” accuse the Germans of using the bodies of dead Jews to make “shrunken heads”, “lamp shades” and “bars of soap” – allegations which are today universally acknowledged to have been false.The OSS is the forerunner to the CIA.
Now, on to our analysis of the article.
The “Cloak & Dagger” Logo of the OSS says it all! An Agency whose stated purpose involves strategic deception and propaganda crafted the “looted art” lie. The mass murderer Eisenhower (shown examining “looted art”) also helped to sell the post war lie. 
Huetteman: A group of Holocaust survivors and their families notched a crucial victory on Friday,…
Rebuttal:  They always “notch crucial victory,” don’t they?
Huetteman: … as Congress approved legislation that would make it easier to reclaim art confiscated during World War II.
Rebuttal: Gimme, Gimme, Gimme … Mine, Mine, Mine. Amazing. Only years of life remaining for these nonagenarian money-grubbers and yet the materialistic avarice remains as strong as ever

Huetteman: The unanimous vote was the culmination of a bipartisan effort to help victims whose art was taken by the Nazis and their allies. The House passed the bill on Wednesday.

Rebuttal: “Unanimous vote,” eh? Only one group in America has the clout to corral a very unusual unanimous vote. (cough cough)

Huetteman: Should President Obama sign it into law, as expected, …

Rebuttal: “As expected”, eh? Gee. Really? Ya actually think Homo-Obongo, who owes his political success to these characters, would even consider not signing it?

Huetteman: the measure would loosen, and standardize across the country, the statute of limitations on claims for the return of looted art. Survivors and their families would have six years to make a claim after identifying pieces taken from them and proving their right to them.

Rebuttal: Exactly how, 75 years after the fact, would these “survivors” TM be able to “prove their right” to any of the artworks called into question? We suspect that a mere uncontested “that’s mine” will suffice. After all, what museum curator who values his career would dare to call a “Holocaust survivor”TM a liar? That would be “anti-Semitic” TM — don’t ya know?

Huetteman: The legislation is considered a critical tool as Holocaust survivors and their heirs have faced a bureaucratic and legal tangle of governments, museums and collectors to recover art taken from them more than 70 years ago.

Translation: Museums and even private collectors are now at greater risk of being dispossessed of any piece for which they cannot establish a definitive historical line of ownership.

Huetteman: Ronald S. Lauder, president of the World Jewish Congress and an advocate in the fight to recover looted art, said that, under the bill, future claims would be more likely to be judged on their merits.

Translation: The World Jewish Congress is the same criminal gang that shook down Switzerland for “stolen gold” back in the 1990’s. (here) The Swiss resisted at first, before a downed airliner in 1998(here) and a deadly tunnel fire in 2001 (here) “persuaded” them to pay up!,204,203,200_.jpg,204,203,200_.jpg

The current “stolen art” shakedown  follows a similar template as the late 1990’s “stolen gold” shakedown.


Huetteman: A treaty signed by 44 countries in 1998, known as the Washington Conference Principles on Nazi-Confiscated Art, urged an expeditious “just and fair solution” to what advocates have described as an ongoing injustice to an already grievously wronged group.

Rebuttal: This is the sad song that never ends: ongoing injustice to an already grievously wronged group.”  — wa wa wa!

Huetteman:  Some legal experts had pointed out that the new legislation has some deficiencies, particularly that it does not ensure restitution. But supporters cheered that it would make it easier to make claims in American courts.

Rebuttal: In other words, the new law will make it easier for scoundrels to file a lawsuit against a museum or private collector — a critical legal step which is usually 3/4 of the battle because most defendants would prefer to settle rather than fight an expensive and uncertain custody battle in front of a Jewish judge or even a career-minded Gentile judge.

Huetteman: The quest for justice for Holocaust survivors united lawmakers from both parties in a remarkably combative election year. Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, the incoming Democratic leader, and Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, a Republican and former presidential candidate, teamed up on the bill.

Rebuttal: “… united lawmakers from both parties,” eh? You see, boys and girls, when it comes to groveling at the feet of the chosenites, there is only one political Party.

Huetteman: “Artwork lost during the Holocaust is not just property,” said Senator John Cornyn of Texas, the Senate’s No. 2 Republican and another backer of the bill. “To many victims and their families, it is a reminder of the vanished world of their families.”

Rebuttal: Hey Senator! How about a little sympathy for the “vanished” lives of millions of Germans and “the vanished world” of 10’s of millions of Germans? Now dead and forgotten, or still alive and emotionally scarred, all because these very same characters demanded and got their unjust war of genocide upon Germany. (See images below)


Then and now, they always get their way.

Boobus Americanus 1: I read in the New York Times today that Congress just passed a bill that will make it easier for Holocaust survivors to reclaim any art stolen from them by the evil Nazis.

Boobus Americanus 2: Well it’s about damn time! It should not have taken this long to help them recover what was rightfully theirs.

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