Tattoo Shops All Over the World Giving Free Swastika Tattoos

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 15, 2013

Sweet.
Sweet.
Tattoo shops across the world are offering free swastika tattoos, because, uh, they want to “reclaim” the symbol as an “ancient Buddhist and Hindu sign of peace.”

This seems like a really idiotic reason to give people free tattoos, and I am hopeful that there is a secret Nazi motive behind it.

The New York Post Reports:

More than 120 tattoo parlors around the world offered the free tattoos as part of the controversial campaign “Learn to Love the Swastika” this week, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency reports.

In Copenhagen, Meatshop tattoo parlor artistic designer Peter Madsen says he had to turn away dozens of people  queued up to get a free swastika tattoo.

“We had to stop taking in people after the 54th client,” Madsen said. Every person who received the tattoo first had to sign a form stating that the tattoo was not for neo-Nazi reasons, he said.

The campaign aims “to reclaim this symbol, which the Nazis abused, and restore it to its original meaning in India, where it has served for thousands of years as a sign of peace and goodness,” he said.

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