A former Nazi officer living on a Wisconsin farm has built a memorial to Adolf Hitler in his bunker-like tractor storage shed, much to the chagrin of local officials.Locals are concerned that Junker’s Bunker o’ White Supremacy will become a tourist destination for racist nutwits. All I can say is: He’s 87. Hopefully, he’ll die soon, preferably sans any heirs who have an interest in keeping the Ode to Hitler Museum open for business.
A court order was being sought to stop Ted Junker, 87, from opening to visitors a 30- by 50-foot (9- by 15-meter) concrete building that he has spent $200,000 outfitting with photos of Hitler, a swastika-emblazoned flag and other items…
Junker, who came to the United States in 1955 and worked as a janitor in Chicago before buying his farm, has told local media that he believes Hitler was a great leader who is misunderstood. He said he joined the Nazi SS in 1940 and served on the Russian front in World War Two.
Posted by Melissa McEwan at Thursday, June 15, 2006
See, this is why we need to build a wall along the border. Oh, wait. This guy is a legal immigrant with lilywhite skin? Hmm.