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TOPIC: The swastika Symbolism, (non-racist topic)

The swastika Symbolism, (non-racist topic) 11 Aug 2017 19:55 #121

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From this video :right: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Lm9bkm0uxw


Which might be worth a thread of its own, or do we have already one on ancient European civilisations?


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The swastika Symbolism, (non-racist topic) 28 Aug 2017 17:42 #122

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The swastika Symbolism, (non-racist topic) 16 Nov 2017 12:03 #123

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Thanks (((alt right))) :cool:



Swastika is now seen as a 'casual symbol of fun'




Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5087463/Swastikas-anti-Semitism-rife-university-campuses.html
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The swastika Symbolism, (non-racist topic) 16 Nov 2017 14:42 #124

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PFIZIPFEI wrote:
Thanks )))alt right((( :cool:

Your will commen. :cool2:

But note its (((them))) saying its been turned into a symbol of fun... that isnt whats really happenning.

Normies are becoming more effective nazis than you and dropping red pills everywhere.

But i suppose youre having OCD aspisodes that its not pure enough and aligned with your vision of how NS and dolfy will be resurrected and represented.

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The swastika Symbolism, (non-racist topic) 21 Nov 2017 18:13 #125

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Giant swastika unearthed in Germany



BERLIN (AP) — Construction workers in Germany have unearthed a giant concrete swastika on a sports field in the northern city of Hamburg.


The German news agency dpa reported Tuesday workers were digging in the ground with an excavator to build changing rooms when they suddenly hit the four-by-four meter (13-by-13 foot) Nazi symbol.

Members of the sports club at the Hein-Kling stadium in the city's Billstedt district told dpa the swastika served as a foundation for a monument that was torn down decades ago.

City officials say they want the swastika, which was buried 40 centimeters (1.3 feet) below the ground, gone as quickly as possible. Because it's too heavy to be transported away, they are planning to destroy it with jackhammers.

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The swastika Symbolism, (non-racist topic) 31 Jan 2018 19:35 #126

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The swastika Symbolism, (non-racist topic) 20 May 2018 09:11 #128

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Do you think that might have been used for timing the gassings/cooking of the Jews?
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The swastika Symbolism, (non-racist topic) 24 Dec 2018 17:31 #130

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Why Finland won’t let go of the swastika
Sep 17, 2018
The symbol is still proudly displaced by the Finnish military, despite its Nazi associations






The swastika, a symbol most associate with the horrors of Nazi Germany, still adorns flags and military insignia in Finland.

Critics argue that the emblem should be consigned to the history books owing to its racist connotations, but the Finnish government has repeatedly rejected calls to restrict its use.

Where and why is it used?
Finland has used the ancient symbol on monuments, awards and decorations for nearly a century, says the national broadcaster Yle.

The swastika, which is also a Hindu symbol of peace, was used by many in the West as a symbol of good luck during the early 20th century and was a common architectural motif in Finland during the 1920s and 1930s.

It was also favoured by Finnish artist Akseli Gallen-Kallela, who featured it on his designs for military insignia, including the Cross of Liberty.

The swastika is displayed on the flag of the president of Finland and appeared on Finnish Air Force planes until 1945.

“It had nothing to do with the Nazis, because we got it 1918, much before the Nazis ever existed,” says retired Lt Col Kai Mecklin, director of the Finnish Air Force Museum.

The swastika has “always been a symbol of independence and freedom” in Finland, he adds.

Should Finland stop using it?
Some see the persistence of the swastika in Finnish culture as problematic, “particularly with Finland situated between two regions for whom the swastika symbolises not freedom, but its Nazi opposite”, says The Christian Science Monitor’s Gordan Sander.

And as Finland’s far-right “becomes increasingly restive, it could force Finns to change the way they consider the symbol’s place in their modern society”, he adds.

Teivo Teivainen, professor of world politics at the University of Helsinki, says the authorities are quick to dismiss criticism of the military’s continued use of the swastika.

“When I talk to top politicians or people in the military about it, normally the response is that it has nothing to do with the swastika of the Nazis, it predates the swastika of the Nazis. End of conversation,” he says.

“To this day, I haven’t, found convincing arguments why using the swastika would be beneficial for Finland,” Teivainen adds. “I think the case for getting rid of the swastika is stronger than the case for keeping it.”

But former air force pilot Mecklin says banning the symbol would send the wrong message.

“If we now deny the use, or stop using the swastika, we could give a signal abroad that actually it was a Nazi symbol in Finland - which it never was,” he argues. “We are still proud of it and still using it.”

Meanwhile, the government remains opposed to even considering a ban. “At the present time, the Ministry of Defence has no plans to restrict or review the use of the swastika,” a military spokesperson said.

www.theweek.co.uk/96503/why-finland-won-t-let-go-of-the-swastika
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