Brazil: Huge Swastika in Swimming Pool Photographed by Police Helicopter

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 5, 2014

Awesome.
Awesome… to the maxx.

The Brazil Police, commonly known as “The Brazil Drug Mafia and Extortion Services,” has released a photograph of a gigantic Swastika on the bottom of someone’s swimming pool. The photo was taken by one of their privacy-invading helicopters, CNN reports.

The helicopter was allegedly assisting in a kidnapping investigation, the victim of which was probably kidnapped by the police themselves, when they spotted the symbol of ultimate evil and decided to take pictures of it and give them to the media for some reason. The property was located in Pomerode, in the southern state of Santa Catarina.

Brazil: Suntyns muffeggehs bee gis deed.
Brazil: Suntyns muffeggehs bee gis deed.

Authorities say they aren’t going to charge the pool owner with anything, because he has committed no crimes.  They just wanted to tell people about it, apparently because they thought it was awesome, or maybe they just did it for lols.  The homeowner has not been identified, but people on the internet suspect he is “a pretty cool guy.”

Police also said that the pool has had a swastika in it for 13 years.  They didn’t say how they new that, but they must check it out regularly.

Josef Mengele died in peace in Brazil after having used his evil magic powers to create an entire town of twins.
Josef Mengele died in peace in Brazil after having used his evil magic powers to create an entire town of twins.

The Santa Catarina region has played host to quite a few European immigrants, including Germans, leading to suspicions that the swastika was placed there by an actual German Nazi.

Simon Wiesenthal will be demanding the Brazilian police devote all of their resources to investigating in

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First it's a relaxing dip to cool off on a sunny afternoon, and then BOOM! Here come the lampshade-making machines.
First it’s a refreshing dip to cool off on a sunny afternoon, and then BOOM! Here come the lampshade-making machines.

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