July 21, 2016
I’d buy that.
It’s a little known secret that if you want to move product fast, the most efficient marketing to get people interested is to use Nazism to promote your business.
Jews have spent so much time and money on making Hitler and the holocaust the defining myth of the modern world, that anything connected with it will gain some popularity.
It doesn’t hurt that you’ll have a downpour of Jew tears flowing from the media non-stop.
Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben are often criticized as racist brand ambassadors, but there’s a corporate mascot popping up all over the world who makes their alleged sins looks small: Adolf Hitler.
Like characters in the Mel Brooks film “The Producers,” business owners from Belgium to Taiwan to the Gaza Strip have taken to using the Nazi dictator’s name and visage to sell shampoo, fried chicken, jeans, space heaters and more. In Gaza, the sellers of Hitler jeans even put knives in their mannequins’ hands last fall to celebrate the wave of Palestinians who were stabbing Israeli Jews; the knives were quickly removed.
The Anti-Defamation League has been tracking — and protesting — the promotional use of Hitler by commercial businesses for more than a decade. Here are some examples of what they found.
Jews believe Hitler-themed restaurants are only a prelude to gas chambers.
• A fried chicken restaurant called Hitler opened in Thailand in 2013, with a storefront that resembled a KFC store, but instead of Colonel Sanders, it featured Hitler on the awning wearing a red apron and bow tie.
Welp, I guess I need to move to Thailand now.
• A Turkish shampoo commercial shown in 2012 used historic footage of Hitler addressing a rally in an effort to persuade men not to use women’s shampoo. Subtitles shown over the footage had Hitler supposedly saying, “If you are not wearing a woman’s dress, you should not use her shampoo, either.”
• A Nazi-theme restaurant called Hitler’s Cross opened in 2006 in Mumbai, India, with a swastika in its logo and a large portrait of Hitler at the entrance. After Jewish groups objected, the restaurant was renamed the Cross Café.
Jews are always there to spoil a beautiful thing.
• A Croatian sugar company began selling sugar packets in 2007 that were printed with Hitler’s image and jokes about the Holocaust.
Hitler is cool an hip, and people will buy anything with Nazis in it. Nazi videogames, Nazi movies, Nazi breakfast cereal, Nazi facial cream, whatever.
Put your cookies in a bright red box with a swastika on it, and they’ll sell like hot cakes. Guaranteed.
There are rumors that Apple intends to sell it’s iPhone 7 in this swastika box. People are already camping in line to buy it.