Friday, February 5, 2021

Supreme Court Deals A Setback To Jews Coveting Valuable German Christian Icons

One has to laugh at the chutzpah of Jews wanting to own historical Christian iconic artworks and, if any of their story is true, being Jews, how did their relatives originally come to possess them? That is a question that the toadies in ZOG administrative positions would never dare to ask. But of course Jews would first find it so satisfying to stick it to the Christian dupes who still revere such items and secondly, and most importantly, these artworks are worth a lot of shekels.

The following comes from a 3 February 2021 MySA (San Antonio) article (citing a Washington (AP) story) titled “Supreme Court sides with Germany in Nazi-era art dispute.”

“WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court’s ruling Wednesday in a multimillion-dollar dispute over a collection of religious artworks will make it harder for some lawsuits to be tried in U.S. courts over claims that property was taken from Jews during the Nazi era.

The justices sided with Germany in a dispute involving the heirs of Jewish art dealers and the 1935 sale of a collection of medieval Christian artwork called the Guelph Treasure. The collection, called the Welfenschatz in German, is said to now be worth at least $250 million.

The heirs argued that their relatives were forced to sell the collection of gold and silver artworks, including elaborate containers used to store Christian relics, intricate altars and ornate crosses, for below market value.”

Showing Jewish greed and tenacity, the present day relatives had first brought their case to a German commission. They didn’t have any luck there either, since the commission ruled that their relatives in 1935 voluntarily sold the pieces at the fair market value of the time and were not pressured into selling them at below market value.

“A suit was then filed in the United States. Germany and the state-run foundation that owns the collection, which is on display in Berlin’s Museum of Decorative Arts, argued the case did not belong in American courts.

Foreign nations generally cannot be sued in U.S. courts, although there are exceptions spelled out in the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act.

“The heirs have not shown that the FSIA allows them to bring their claims against Germany. We cannot permit them to bypass its design,” Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in an opinion for a unanimous court…

…In a statement, Hermann Parzinger, the president of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation that owns the collection, welcomed the decision. He said it was the foundation’s “long-held belief that this case should not be heard in U.S. court.”

Nick O’Donnell, who represented the heirs of the art dealers, said in a statement that his clients were “obviously disappointed.” The case now goes back to a lower court for additional arguments on remaining issues, and O’Donnell said the heirs are considering their next steps.”

The “heirs” are considering their next steps? I would expect nothing different, since jews never give up when it comes to money or getting even and the continued “Nazi” holohoax story always pays so well, at least most of the time. Berlin’s Museum of Decorative Arts better keep a watchful eye on the collection. “Yah know goy, anything could happen when we, the chosen, don’t have our way.”

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