The election victory of the German fascists made the Austrian dark men around Seipel bolder again. Schober disappears, and the clergyman returns himself to the scene, supported by the Home Guard Prince Starhemberg. Seipel advises his brother in Christ, the “cold” fascist Brüning, to include the Nazis in the government coalition with him at the same time. >> read more

The party has put on fat, it has become sedate over the years and basks in the glory of the numbers. But at the same time the character of the party has fundamentally changed. It affirms the present state and seeks to conquer it from the inside, but does not notice that the capitalist state makes the party submissive for its own benefit. >> read more