Anorak News | Austria Opens Nazi Era Hotel, Bans Jews

Austria Opens Nazi Era Hotel, Bans Jews

by | 11th, May 2009

nazi-hotelTO Tyrol, where the daily Tiroler Tageszeitung reports on the Haus Sonnenhof apartment hotel in the village of Serfaus, which does not accept Jewish guests.

The owner does not take Jewish guests because of “bad experiences” in the past.

Like the war for instance, and how Austrians lost and that the final solution proved to be flawed?

But this is not typical. As reported, several hotels in Tyrol have started offering kosher food. And not as a ruse to attract Jews to better corral them for extermination.

Irmgard Monz, kapo of the Haus Sonnenhof apartment hotel, offers no defence.

For his part, the rejected father of five tells us:

“I don’t want to spend my vacation in such a racist nest, and I will inform all my friends about what is going on in Tyrol.”

And they will come in their droves to relive the Nazi Experience, a live in camp that revisits the essence of the Nazi era.

Says one Austrian:

“What Nazis? What chambers of gas? It’s all lies. But now you mention it, it’s not a bad idea…”

Update: Jews carry swine flu. Fact.

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