Last week, one of the alleged masterminds of the Ibiza fake affair was arrested. He was involved in bringing down Heinz-Christian Strache, the former vice chancellor of Austria and leader of the Freedom Party (FPÖ). The fake scandal caused the collapse of the Austrian governing coalition on 18 May 2019.
All of Europe, even President Putin, responded to this fake video, allegedly a “revelation” by the “trusted” media Spiegel, Süddeutsche Zeitung and Falter. In fact, almost every politician made a statement when the ÖVP/FPÖ coalition imploded due to the fake video.
The “private detective” Julian Hessenthaler, was arrested in Berlin by the Berlin police on behalf of the Vienna public prosecutor with a European arrest warrant for trafficking in 2,5 kg of cocaine.
As the Austrian daily Kronen Zeitung reported on Friday, Hessenthaler is said to have been hiding in the German capital for months. And he has been in close contact with a figurehead for the bustling sea taxi service for migrants, Sea Watch.
“In September 2020, several German smuggling NGOs from this area were searched by the Greek Federal Police on Lesbos for the formation of a criminal organization. Now the Kronen Zeitung reports that there may also be connections to drug deals and the biggest political scandal of our time, the overthrow of the Austrian government by German journalists and NGOs. What does it take before the Berlin public prosecutor’s office begins to investigate these smugglers?”AfD MP Petr Bystron wanted to know.
The MP had already filed a criminal complaint against Sea Watch in 2018 for smuggling people, which was rejected by the Berlin public prosecutor’s office, although it was supported by over 40 MPs.
According to information from the Kronen Zeitung, Hessenthaler hid at the abode of “one of the most famous German activists” from Sea Watch.
“The Ibiza video producer, wanted with an arrest warrant, lived hidden for months in the shared apartment of a German activist in a hip district of Berlin.” The location of Hessenthaler’s arrest is given in the press as Prenzlauer Berg or Pankow. He found shelter with a “well-known mouthpiece of the busy ‘sea rescuers’ Sea Watch“, according to Krone.
According to a source quoted in the Austrian newspaper Oesterreich: “Julian is the son of an international arms dealer and was once sentenced in connection with a drugs offence. I met him in 2014 and I trained him for commercial spying at (an Austrian firm), where we used exactly the same strategy as he did in the Ibiza case.”
The spokesman and co-founder of Sea Watch, Ruben Neugebauer, is active in the Seebrücke protests and the Peng! Kollektiv, an “artist group” that boasts on its website that it has “forwarded € 10,000 tax money to Antifa groups”.
The tax money came from the budget of the Chemnitz art festival Gegenwarten. “With our project budget of around 24 000 euros, we could do what we wanted” the “artists” from Peng! rejoiced. The collective is supported by Schauspiel Dortmund and received the Aachen Peace Prize in 2018
Antifa, a terrorist organization in the US, has launched numerous attacks against AfD members, Corona critics and everyone considered “rightwing”. The perpetrators of these attacks have never been caught.
The founder of Peng!, Jean Peters, also works for publications run by German comedian Jan Böhmermann. As early as April 2019, Böhmermann spoke in his broadcast about “hanging out with a few FPÖ business friends in a Russian oligarch villa in Ibiza”. Apparently Böhmermann already had inside information a month before the manipulated Ibiza video was published by the mainstream media, but has so far failed to provide any explanation.
PI-NEWS reported that the SZ “journalists” Bastian Obermayer and Frederik Obermaier as well as Falter editor-in-chief Florian Klenk, who published the manipulated video and brought down the Austrian government with exaggerated accusations, are members of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists ( ICIJ), partly financed by the Open Society Foundation of George Soros. The Süddeutsche Zeitung is, according to Wikipedia, a member of the media platform Project Syndicate, also funded by Soros.
One of the main allegations of the Ibiza fake scandal against the then Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache was that he had considered a similar involvement of FPÖ-related companies in the largest tabloid in Austria. Why is it okay for the Social Democrats to fund media, but not for the Austrian Freedom Party?
The unmasking of the backers and clients, the publication of the names significantly involved in the emergence and “distribution” of this video is based on the deep conviction that in a functioning democracy, the voter alone may decide who is represented in parliament.