While Sebastian Kurz, Alexander van der Bellen and Francois Macron were pictured in conversation at the UN meeting in New York, the scandal surrounding a paper outlining an approach for a Globalist power grab over the OVP deepened.
Three officials belonging to the Austrian foreign ministry helped prepare the plan for, according to media, in violation of rules prohibiting civil servants from working on political projects.
A key demand was for Kurz to be allowed to choose the candidates for the parliament. Kurz has chosen, it seems, a list of 100 Globalists under the pretext of bringing in “experts” mixed in with a few pretty faces in a de facto Globalist coup.
A leading Kurz candidate is Karl Mahrer, a Vienna police chief, implicated in corruption scandals. The list includes journalists and university professors.
The first 20 names on Kurz’s list.
Now, the Austrians know the names of potential Globalist puppets.
Former Department Head Stefan Steiner, who has in the meantime been made a joint General Secretary of the OVP, worked on the Kurz paper together with Andreas Lederer and Bernhard Bonelli are also to be counted in this group.
Perhaps someone belonging to this trio appointed a diplomat implicated in a corruption scandal in Kiev to be the new Consul in the Austrian embassy in Athens to crush help in my case and brazenly lie to me.
1. Sebastian Kurz, Bundesminister
2. Elisabeth Köstinger, Europaabgeordnete
3. Josef Moser, Jurist
4. Gabriela Schwarz, Journalistin
5. Efgani Dönmez, Selbstständiger
6. Maria Großbauer, Selbstständige
7. Rudolf Taschner, a.o. Univ.-Prof.
8. Tanja Graf, Unternehmerin
9. Karl Mahrer, Polizeibeamter
10. Kira Grünberg, Angestellte
11. Martin Engelberg, Psychoanalytiker
12. Juliane Bogner-Strauß, Professorin
13. Alois Rosenberger, Direktor
14. Martina Ess, Moderatorin
15. Werner Saxinger, Arzt
16. Petra Steinlechner, BHS-Lehrerin
17. Andreas Herz, Selbstständiger
18. Monika Eisenhuber, Unternehmerin
19. Andreas Hager, Tischlermeister