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Store selling Nazi tattoos had no idea what they were

by | 24th, February 2015


To symbols lose power over time? A store in Auckland, New Zealand, has removed Nazi temporary tattoos form sale.  Staff at No.1 Mart in Manukau were “unaware of what the sign represented”.

Anthony Smith knew. He saw them whilst out shopping.

“What the f***? I had a look and yeah, it was an actual swastika with an eagle, next to peace signs weirdly enough.”
All I vant is a little peace, as Hitler himself sang:

I don’t want war.

All I want is peace. Peace.


A little piece of Poland

A little piece of France

A little piece of Portugal

And Austria perchance

A little slice of Turkey

And all that that entails

Und then a piece of England Scotland

lreland and Wales

A little nip of Norway

A little spot of Greece

A little hunk of Hungary

Oh what a lovely feast

A little bite of Belgium

And now for some dessert

Armenia Albania

And Russia wouldn’t hurt

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