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Right Wing Gay Basher Secret Gay!

Jorg Haider died in a car crash which resulted from his drunken state of mind leaving behind his conservative right wing Alliance for the Future of Austria to sort out the details of his life. His political party has drawn upon extremists who hate foreigners and gays as part of their general culture of hating those who differ in some respect from themselves. As the nation mourned his death, Stefan Petzner, his protege broke down in tears at news of the death of his mentor and publicly admitted the two men had conducted a long term gay relationship even while their party was hostile to gays and lesbians. “We had a relationship that went far beyond friendship. Jrg and I w ere connected by something truly special. He was the man of my life.”

It appears Haider’s widow knew all about the gay relationship between the men and accepted their feelings toward one another. Ironically, shortly before leaving on his drunken drive home, Haider was photographed before a gay bar that he left after an emotional argument with Petzner.

Love comes in many forms and those who believe in the right of humans to love whom they please do not denigrate the relationship between the two men. However, given their love, it is sad they would not accord similar rights to other men.

Right Wingers Woo Austrian Nation

Austria was birthplace to several key Nazi leaders such as Adolf Hitler but these days it simply finds comfort in poor imitations of the glory days of Nazism. Jorg Haider and his former protege, Heinz-Christian Strache, are vying with one another in an effort to gain political power in their nation. Haider’s party gained 42% of the vote in the state of Carintha and now has cast eyes on the national scene where it hopes to become a major player in the future of Austria. He is leading the “Aliance for Austria’s Future”(BZO) which he hopes will gain several seats in Sunday’s election for parliament. Most Austrians are fed up with center groups that now control the government and which have failed to generate excitement in what can be the future of their nation.

The Social Democrats which historically have represented itself as a champion of human rights have now joined the chorus of anti-immigrant rhetoric. However, the Haider Alliance for Austria and Strache’s Austrian Freedom Party may well capture enough votes to either lead the government or help determine its composition and policies. Perhaps, the biggest mystery is can two men who share similar ideas share in creating a government?