Croatian Soccer Player Called a Nazi for Saying “For the Homeland”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 21, 2013

Josip Šimunić: A White man who is proud of his culture, nation and heritage?  He must be destroyed, for he is obviously a Nazi with a plan to gas six billion.
Josip Šimunić: A White man who is proud of his culture, nation and heritage? He must be destroyed, for he is obviously a Nazi with a plan to gas six billion.

Things continue to get more and more bizarre as the Jews realize they have pushed the sexual degradation, immigration and economic collapse way further than they should have, and traditionalism and nationalism are rising.

This week, a Croatian soccer player, Joe Simunic, grabbed a mic after winning a game which qualified the team for the World Cup and shouted  “for the Homeland!” In the video, the fans can be heard responding “Ready!” Simunic, and, apparently, the entire nation of Croatia, are now being investigated by FIFA as a possible Nazis.

Here is the video of these evil Nazi actions:

Watching that clip, you can almost smell the burning Jews, hear the screams of Jew babies being drowned in buckets and feel the residue of Jew-soap on your skin.

We assure you, this is not a witch hunt.  It is really this serious, because of the six trillion Jews who were gassed.

The AP reports:

The Australian-born Simunic, who faces possible suspension by FIFA, defended his action after the match.

Some people have to learn some history. I’m not afraid,” the 35-year-old Dinamo Zagreb defender said. “I did nothing wrong. I’m supporting my Croatia, my homeland. If someone has something against it, that’s their problem.

In a statement released Wednesday on Dinamo Zagreb’s website, Simunic rejected “any political context of my statement which was driven solely by my love toward my people and my country, and not by hatred and destruction.

“The thought that anyone could associate me with any form of hatred or violence terrifies me,” the statement added.

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Two weeks ago, FIFA fined Croatia $38,000 for incidents, including fans making salute gestures during its other match in Zagreb, a 2-1 loss to Belgium on Oct. 11.

FIFA said Wednesday it was considering disciplinary action.

“We are in the process of analyzing the different match officials’ reports and gathering information,” FIFA said in a statement.

Simunic faces a possible suspension, which could apply to matches in Brazil at the World Cup.

Croatia’s former prime minister and now independent MP, Jadranka Kosor, described Simunic’s act as “harmful, pitiful, illegal and unconstitutional.”

Hear that?  It is now not only harmful and pitiful, but also illegal and unconstitutional, to be proud of your nation in the sick Jew-run Marxist European Union.

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