Extract from “Vienna Essay” by Kamerad Steve
I walk south-west, down to the south of the Hotel Imperial to another beautiful building designed by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach, another building that was completed by his son. It is the beautiful Karlskirche and, again, the key to understanding the beauty of churches is to differentiate them from what the church represents. It is true that a look back at old paintings can show a marked contrast of the effect of Jewish confetti on this world and a good example of this is a Canaletto painting, Wein, vom Belvedere aus gesehen, from the middle of the 18th Century, showing the view from Schloss Belvedere across to Karlskirche and the Stephensdom – meadows can be seen leading up to the old city walls but there are none now. Judeo-Christianity decrees that the entire surface of the Earth must be given over to increasing the velocity at which their fraudulent paper and electronic digits arrive back in their hands. One can light a candle in the Karlskirche but not for free. European Man must show humbleness and humility towards his Judeo-Christian inferiors and to this end a statue here in the Karlskirche beckons the congressional box where they will, no doubt, be instructed on how not to be healthy, on how not to be strong, to have no character or personality, no spirit and to turn their backs on all things that do not concern them. Does the current Jewish Pope belong to the confessional box for charges of child abuse and child sacrifice? He could take the Talmud in there with him. The congregation are helped with this humbleness however as cushions are provided to kneel on at the pews. I hire an audio guide. In this age of “equality” (‘tactic’ of the Protocols) audio guides often have to have a mixture of male and female voices (speaking the moronic Queen’s English, of course). The guide states that “Roughly 10,000 people died in 1713 when the plague visited Vienna…” and that “The Emperor Charles VI constructed the church in honour of the Patron Saint of the Plague, Charles Borromeo.” The Plague! The Plague! Might the latter day Patron Saint of the Plague and its modern day interpretation recommend “blood letting” as a suitable method of warding off such diseases? The guide recognizes the beauty of the building but equates such beauty to their lies of “Ancient History” – “Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach achieved a brilliant symbiosis of Roman, Greek, and Oriental Classical architecture and ideas from the Baroque.” The guide also mentions Saint Luke as being the “Patron Saint of the Painter’s Guilds” – one then, of course, questions again what kind of freedoms the painters of these guilds would have had in their work, the control of this Painter’s Guild and the influence of the church upon such. Also mentioned by the audio guide is Saint Judas (or Jude) Thaddeus the Apostle “whose help is, even today, invoked by people in difficult and hopeless situations.” Hey church, would any of these ‘difficult and hopeless situations’ be brought about by the implementation of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion? There’s no need to answer that, church, because you know that they are because you are involved in such. Problem, Reaction, Solution, the pathetic ‘tactics’ of the dung beetle. They like to cause all the problems and then pretend to help. Saint Jude the Saviour! Hey Jude, don’t make it bad; take a sad song and make it better. The church has a lift and a inside that have been there a while to aid restoration and are still there and visitors can use them to get a close up view of the cupola and the frescoes which were originally painted by Michael Rottmayr. I ascended to the cupola, admiring the finery, and then there was a further flight of stairs from the main platform up to the lantern which provided somewhat restricted views through the narrow windows and the meshing. One can unfortunately, I believe, see the ‘United Nations City by the Danube’ and the ‘Danube Tower’ from here. On the underside of the first main platform is written the word ‘PALIMPSEST’ ...so that the existence of the entire mechanical Universe, visible matter, would be a poor copy made over the top of a fine canvas original, by a Satanic plagiarist, a palimpsest. – Miguel Serrano, MANU: For The Man To Come. The Church reveals itself…Imagine a city where all the major buildings were designed by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach, Karl Friedrich Schinkel and Albert Speer.