You really have to let it melt in your mouth. On the occasion of the Techtmeister trial, the newspaper “Derstandard”, often considered left-leaning, expressed the opinion that people who work to protect children are themselves child abusers. They will be rooted in a tradition of anti-Semitism and will be right-wing extremists. Is it possible to deliberately provoke negative comments with such text so that they can then be reported for hate speech?
A comment from Willi Huber
Ferdinand Wegscheider, director of Servus.TV, who was loved in the Resistance and hated and reviled by the system, invented the term “conspiracy denier”. Seldom has this been more apt than in Eric Frey’s pamphlet “Those who make child protection an issue of war are also abusing children”. For example, he wrote:
The central narrative of the QAnon conspiracy theory, which has spread from the United States to Europe, is the legend that a satanic liberal elite kidnaps, tortures, and murders children in order to extract a rejuvenation serum from their blood. Is. The social media legend that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was involved in a child porn ring led a man in December 2016 to storm a pizzeria with a rifle where he suspected children were being sold. Was – the so-called Pizzagate.
Eric Frey, Derstandard
Mr. Frey clearly doesn’t want to admit that “ordering pizza” is code for child molesters. If you wish, you can interpret his text as a brilliant defense speech for pedophilia consumers and child molesters around the world. It is completely undisputed that there are Satanists – people now run up to rallies in a mixture of Satanist and transsexual costumes and shout “we’ll get your kids”. Frey doesn’t want to see that either. You don’t have to believe in “QAnon” or be a lateral thinker, it just matches verifiable facts.
First of all, Mr. Frey is of Jewish faith and is the President of the Vienna Jewish Community or Chadash – Vienna’s Jewish liberal community. This should be emphasized because criticism of Frey’s words, for example on Twitter (x), was immediately interpreted as anti-Semitism. Anti-Semitism is a different matter for us, our readers know this very well. But it should also be possible to criticize a fellow Jewish citizen’s expression of opinion that is full of hatred and incitement against those who think differently. We believe that their opinions have nothing to do with their faith and can therefore be discussed separately.
For example, we take the same approach to Mr. Soros, who, by the way, maintains a close partnership with Standard – and who should be criticized because of his actions, not his beliefs. Incidentally, Mr. Frey is also very controversial in the Jewish community, see Rockets on Israel: “Eric Frey’s analysis lacks a rational basis” by Ben Blessingrich and Why Eric Frey’s Forecasts Are So Convincing to Me by Irwin Javer, which They say:
According to his own statements, “prominent journalist and commentator” Eric Frey has been wrong in his predictions so many times in the past that one can only hope for the best when it comes to judicial reform in Israel.
Frye is not a guest commentator at the Standard, but is the head of the service – and has been for 32 years. According to Standard, he is currently responsible for the areas of economics and law. His opinion can be considered as the opinion of the newspaper, nothing more and nothing less.
Back to the content of his pamphlet in Derstandard, a medium famously published by globalist and Bilderburger Oskar Bronner. Frey writes:
With their aggressive criticism of the Techtmeister decision, the FPÖ and ÖVP are following the credo of international right-wing extremism.
This tells us that he considers the FPÖ and ÖVP to be right-wing parties, in any case more right-wing than what he and his media stand for. A discourse on equal terms seems impossible; Rather, one would have to fire up the entire chain of hatreds and mentions and thus connect things that have nothing to do with each other, but are presumably part of Frey’s division of the world into good and bad.
FPÖ, ÖVP, AFD, QAnon, Nazi propaganda, anti-Semitism, right-wing extremism. All in one article Woven through the words of a Standard journalist. For those who want to protect children, it’s not just a slap but a kick in the face. Especially because Frey is defending himself in the Techtmeister case, a man whose hard drive was found to contain 76,000 violent pornographic works, the majority of which depicted children and youth aged 0 to 14. Report24 analyzed the show trial at the Vienna Regional Court in great detail: Gross inconsistencies in the Teichtmeister trial: Why did no one want to ask?
The sharp satire of standard journalists shows that they are deliberately trying to provoke. Because the statements are so bad and, in particular, have widespread impact on victims of abuse, harsh criticism can be expected, including blatant violations of nonviolent communication. Anyone who claims that those who seek to protect children abuse children themselves has crossed a red line to such an extent that linguistic backlash should be expected.
This may be part of the strategy the political left is increasingly choosing. You provoke your political opponent until statements are made, after which you bring him to court for hate speech and anti-Semitism. This is a one-sided law and an abuse of the legal system perpetrated by the Green Justice Minister who is second to none. And the seeds do indeed grow; Many readers accuse author Frey of being a pedophile himself. An allegation that has no basis and goes far beyond the mark. This can result in expensive legal disputes and even jail sentences. This makes many “leftist” whistleblowers very happy because, along with Antifa violence in the streets, this is their favorite pastime.
…The protection of children from violence and sexual exploitation is an extremely important social concern, which is exploited by right-wing extremists around the world to attack and discredit political opponents.
Eric Frey, Derstandard
Frey wants to define how one can express oneself and defend oneself against child abuse; He claims sovereignty of interpretation specifically for his political side. There is also some coddling involved, as he says things like “a seemingly lenient sentence” or doubts that a higher penalty will help. You need therapy. He ignores the fact that Teichtmeister was not given medical treatment in a closed facility to prevent recidivism and increased risk of relapse.
And then Frey spreads the lie, whether against his better judgment, is unknown to us. But he writes of the “rage of the mob” that “threatened the pond owners with death.” This untruth was also used by the judge to impose a particularly lenient sentence. But the truth is that there were never any death threats on the street, as reported in detail by Report24 and also confirmed by the Vienna State Police Directorate. “What is wrong with the Teichtmeister hanging? Revealed by artist and victim of violence, Karl Heiss!”. There were no alarmist chants on the site, no calls for murder – and no reports of it, as we have it as of writing. It’s hard to believe that Frey doesn’t know this. Why did he do this? We don’t know, but we wrote them an email about it.
We would like to make it clear to Mr. Frey: Anyone who makes child protection an issue of war is in favor of integrity, humanity, human rights and the fundamental values of every religion. Children are abused by those who abuse them. Anyone who shows and accepts this is clearly on the side of good and can count on the support of the majority of society. We advise you to get out of your bubble and talk to real people on the street to see if they think it’s okay to use kid gloves on the culprit, Techtmeister. If you’re a Democrat, you may find that you are largely alone in your extremist and offensive views. Presenting child protection as “a byword for international right-wing extremism” is poor – and certainly not in the interests of victims.