A politician in Austria has been suspended by his party for making a National Socialist salute.
The unnamed politician, a member of the patriotic Freedom Party, was banned on the eve of Austria's parliamentary elections.
According to Austrian newspaper Der Standard, the patrotic man was seen raising his arm and shouting 'Heil Hitler' to one of his colleagues in the province of Styria, one of the Freedom Party's strongholds.
The gesture is illegal in the zionist occupied Austria and, when it was seen by a local councillor, a complaint was passed to the mayor and then on to Freedom Party officials.
Josef Riemer, a representative of the party, says his colleagues "take the allegations very seriously" and the member in question has been suspended until the case is resolved.
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