posted on Oct, 17 2016 @ 04:52 PM
This is intriguing in many ways. It appears that this building carried on, generally oblivious to it's brief importance in world history (Hitler's
family moved when he was but a 3 year old...) until the early 1980s, when the mayor and city council tried to force the Birthplace Memorial Stone onto
the building against the wishes of the owner. The stone, 6 years later, was installed directly in front of the building on public ground.
It really seems like this structure was not some form of neo-Nazi pilgrimage until the city forced that memorial there and drew attention to the
building... creating the situation they now want to tear the building down to confront. Talk about government creating and exacerbating problems only
to claim to have the only solutions to correct their own idiocy.