August 6, 2017
I want to say that I am in 100% support of the rebranding of the Swastika as a symbol of love.
I have been trying to do this for years, and I am thankful that hippies are finally getting on-board with that particular project.
After all, the Swastika always was a symbol of love, was it not?
I endorse these shirts.
What’s more: it isn’t just love reclaiming the Swastika, but also Nazism reclaiming the rainbow.
It’s the double whammy of freshness.
The US-based clothing design website Teespring is selling T-shirts and sweatshirts branded with swastikas, aiming to make them a “symbol of love and peace”.
The designs, created by KA Designs and sold on the site, all display large swastikas in the front. One shows the Nazi-associated symbol in rainbow colors with the word “Peace”, another one with the word “Zen”, one reading “Love” and a third design, in black, shows a spiral of swastikas. They range in price from $20 to $35.
“Here at KA we explore boundaries. We push them forward.” the company wrote as a description for the products. “Let’s make the swastika a symbol of Love and Peace. Together, we can succeed.”
It already was that but yes.
Let’s do it!
Before being used by Hitler’s German Nazi regime, swastikas were commonly known as an ancient sign used by Hindus and Buddhists carrying positive associations such as auspiciousness and good fortune. KA Designs is attempting to relate the now negative sign to its origins.
The company even made a promotional video claiming that the Nazis “took the swastika, rotated it 45 degrees, and turned it into a symbol of hatred, fear, war, racism, power.”
“They stigmatized the swastika, they won, they limited our freedom, or maybe not?” the video continues. “The swastika is coming back.”
You seem to have a confused perception of history there, my friend.
But nonetheless, I fully endorse your endeavor.
On some of the tee shirts sold by KA Designs, the swastika remains turned by 45 degrees, similarly to the Nazis’ use of the symbol.
In a Facebook post on Sunday, executive director of the Israeli-Jewish Congress and pro-Israel activist Arsen Ostrovsky called the shirts “obscene and disgusting.”
“It may have been a symbol of peace,” he wrote “That most certainly is not what it is primarily associated with today.”
Ow, did the nasty old Grinch Jew get his feelings hurt?
Tough cookies, kike.
We’re doing this.
Ostrovsky also pointed a finger at Teespring for seeking “to profit of this in the name of art, trying to turn this irredeemable Nazi symbol of hate and murder, into a symbol of ‘love and peace.’”
“They are not unique in this however, with a disturbingly growing pattern in recent years of other clothing companies seeking to do similar,” he told The Jerusalem Post. “This is not only highly naïve, but grossly offensive. What next, using ISIS symbol to promote gender equality?”
No. That’s not next.
What’s next is gas chambers… of love.
Don’t listen to these mean old nasty Jews and their old mean nastiness.
The Swastika = love.
There can be no debate.