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Hitler chic trends growing around the world. 12 May 2014 10:21 #21

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I wonder if they know the Holocaust in Auschwitz gassings were a hoax..... ? lol
Asia is nowhere near as Jewish infiltrated as the West Kore. They would have had nowhere near the level of holohoax programming brainwashing as the West has had.

This is a good overview of the Asian trend and knowledge of European WWII events from Singapore's Straits Times.
'Hitler chic' in Thailand sparks soul-searching

By Nirmal Ghosh In Bangkok

A recent exhibition in Bangkok on the Holocaust, titled The Courage To Remember, probably did not cut much ice with some Thai university students. They featured Adolf Hitler alongside several comic book superheroes on a huge graduation banner at their Chulalongkorn University campus earlier this month. Superman, Batman and a clutch of others were rendered in full colour while Hitler, his right arm raised, was in grey. The students' explanation - that Hitler was supposed to be an anti-hero - seemed feeble because other students were posing for pictures in front of the banner, copying the Nazi salute. This is not the first time Hitler images have surfaced in Thailand.

In 2005 and 2006, royalists campaigning against the increasingly authoritarian Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra likened him to Hitler. They pointed out that the German dictator had, at one time, been "democratically elected" - to underscore the perils of a flawed electoral system.
"Hitler chic" has regularly erupted in Thailand. In 2007, students at a Bangkok school staged a Nazi- themed parade. In 2011, a similar parade took place in a Chiang Mai school.

More recently, shop owners have been upbraided for selling merchandise printed with Hitler's face and Nazi symbols. One of them, selling caps, T-shirts and shoes in a mall in Sukhumvit, still stocks the Hitler merchandise that got it into trouble last year. These include a wobbly- headed rubber doll and T-shirts bearing his image. The 53-year-old owner said all the designs were created by her arts graduate son. Though she declined to be named, she spoke freely, saying: "Hitler is distant for Thais, though I know the Germans take it very seriously. I had a problem with the Israeli embassy; they don't like Hitler because he killed Jews."

She could not help adding that she admired the dictator. Asked if she knew he was responsible for the deaths of some 12 million people, she said she did, but she was unaware of the details.

Asked whom she admired in Thai history, she named field marshal Sarit Thanarat, who seized power in Bangkok in a coup d'etat in 1957 and ran the country with an iron fist until his death in 1963. "He was exacting and decisive," she said.

It would appear that Thailand is not the only country in this region where Hitler chic has emerged. There are Nazi-themed cafes in Asian cities such as Mumbai, Tokyo and Busan.

In 2011, one such cafe opened to little fanfare in the Indonesian city of Bandung - ironically the birthplace in 1955 of the Non-Aligned Movement of newly independent countries which did not want to be forced to take sides in the Cold War. When a local English-language daily featured the Soldaten Kaffee, or soldiers' cafe, recently, the report created a global outcry. Jewish human rights groups expressed outrage and disgust.
The cafe is closed temporarily, its owner Henry Muliana told The Sunday Times over the phone from Bandung. He said the theme will be changed because "I don't want people to be angry".

"Indonesians have no problem with Hitler," he added. "The German army helped Indonesia fight the Dutch. (But) war is a crime... and we must learn from history." In the Chulalongkorn episode, which also sparked outrage overseas, the university issued an apology for the misunderstanding the banner might have caused.

More significantly, the incident, happening as it did in one of Thailand's most prestigious institutions, triggered some soul-searching. How could the students have been so insensitive or not have any inkling about the horrors of the Holocaust and Nazi Germany under Hitler?
Analysts pin the blame on inadequate education. Schools deal with the events of World War II in a passing manner, they say.
Speaking recently at Thammasat University, his alma mater and an elite institution like Chulalongkorn, professor of history Thongchai Winichakul of the University of Wisconsin said the history of Thailand and South-east Asia taught in schools was characterised by a narrow "Thai-centrism".

"We don't know the world, we don't know our neighbours, we don't know our region because we are so Thai-centric," he said.

He told The Sunday Times in an e-mail that, as a product of Thai education, he himself had been ignorant about World War II and the Holocaust until he went on to post-graduate studies abroad. "We knew that Hitler was a very bad guy, but I don't think Thai kids learn much about why, or about the extent of the atrocities," he said.

Professor Pavida Pananond, a lecturer at Thammasat, agrees that the Thai education system touches very little on world history. "Even when it does, the way history is taught here is more on a factual basis... Not much would be discussed on the why and the how, not to mention the implications," she said via e-mail.

There is also no real taboo in Thailand against strongmen, analysts say.

The country had a fascist past under military dictator Plaek Phibunsongkhram from 1938 to 1944, and again from 1948 to 1957. During World War II, Thailand sided with Axis powers Germany and Japan. The man who ousted Plaek, field marshal Sarit, too was a ruthless dictator.
Thailand has not come to terms with its past, analysts say.

A Thai commentator who goes by the pseudonym Kaewmala said in an e-mail interview: "In Thailand at least, moving forward is often done without looking back. It's more denial than reconciling with the truth. There is a tendency to sweep ugly truths under the rug and move on without addressing the problems."
www.straitstimes.com/st/print/1348895

Thailand was the only East Asian nation not invaded by Japan. More people died in the Asian War than the European War. If anything, these people should learn about the war in Asia and not have the lies of the holocaust thrust down their throats.
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Hitler chic trends growing around the world. 12 May 2014 10:54 #22

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KoreBolt wrote:
I wonder if they know the Holocaust in Auschwitz gassings were a hoax..... ? lol
Asia is nowhere near as Jewish infiltrated as the West Kore. They would have had nowhere near the level of holohoax programming brainwashing as the West has had.

This is a good overview of the Asian trend and knowledge of European WWII events from Singapore's Straits Times.
'Hitler chic' in Thailand sparks soul-searching

By Nirmal Ghosh In Bangkok

A recent exhibition in Bangkok on the Holocaust, titled The Courage To Remember, probably did not cut much ice with some Thai university students. They featured Adolf Hitler alongside several comic book superheroes on a huge graduation banner at their Chulalongkorn University campus earlier this month. Superman, Batman and a clutch of others were rendered in full colour while Hitler, his right arm raised, was in grey. The students' explanation - that Hitler was supposed to be an anti-hero - seemed feeble because other students were posing for pictures in front of the banner, copying the Nazi salute. This is not the first time Hitler images have surfaced in Thailand.

In 2005 and 2006, royalists campaigning against the increasingly authoritarian Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra likened him to Hitler. They pointed out that the German dictator had, at one time, been "democratically elected" - to underscore the perils of a flawed electoral system.
"Hitler chic" has regularly erupted in Thailand. In 2007, students at a Bangkok school staged a Nazi- themed parade. In 2011, a similar parade took place in a Chiang Mai school.

More recently, shop owners have been upbraided for selling merchandise printed with Hitler's face and Nazi symbols. One of them, selling caps, T-shirts and shoes in a mall in Sukhumvit, still stocks the Hitler merchandise that got it into trouble last year. These include a wobbly- headed rubber doll and T-shirts bearing his image. The 53-year-old owner said all the designs were created by her arts graduate son. Though she declined to be named, she spoke freely, saying: "Hitler is distant for Thais, though I know the Germans take it very seriously. I had a problem with the Israeli embassy; they don't like Hitler because he killed Jews."

She could not help adding that she admired the dictator. Asked if she knew he was responsible for the deaths of some 12 million people, she said she did, but she was unaware of the details.

Asked whom she admired in Thai history, she named field marshal Sarit Thanarat, who seized power in Bangkok in a coup d'etat in 1957 and ran the country with an iron fist until his death in 1963. "He was exacting and decisive," she said.

It would appear that Thailand is not the only country in this region where Hitler chic has emerged. There are Nazi-themed cafes in Asian cities such as Mumbai, Tokyo and Busan.

In 2011, one such cafe opened to little fanfare in the Indonesian city of Bandung - ironically the birthplace in 1955 of the Non-Aligned Movement of newly independent countries which did not want to be forced to take sides in the Cold War. When a local English-language daily featured the Soldaten Kaffee, or soldiers' cafe, recently, the report created a global outcry. Jewish human rights groups expressed outrage and disgust.
The cafe is closed temporarily, its owner Henry Muliana told The Sunday Times over the phone from Bandung. He said the theme will be changed because "I don't want people to be angry".

"Indonesians have no problem with Hitler," he added. "The German army helped Indonesia fight the Dutch. (But) war is a crime... and we must learn from history." In the Chulalongkorn episode, which also sparked outrage overseas, the university issued an apology for the misunderstanding the banner might have caused.

More significantly, the incident, happening as it did in one of Thailand's most prestigious institutions, triggered some soul-searching. How could the students have been so insensitive or not have any inkling about the horrors of the Holocaust and Nazi Germany under Hitler?
Analysts pin the blame on inadequate education. Schools deal with the events of World War II in a passing manner, they say.
Speaking recently at Thammasat University, his alma mater and an elite institution like Chulalongkorn, professor of history Thongchai Winichakul of the University of Wisconsin said the history of Thailand and South-east Asia taught in schools was characterised by a narrow "Thai-centrism".

"We don't know the world, we don't know our neighbours, we don't know our region because we are so Thai-centric," he said.

He told The Sunday Times in an e-mail that, as a product of Thai education, he himself had been ignorant about World War II and the Holocaust until he went on to post-graduate studies abroad. "We knew that Hitler was a very bad guy, but I don't think Thai kids learn much about why, or about the extent of the atrocities," he said.

Professor Pavida Pananond, a lecturer at Thammasat, agrees that the Thai education system touches very little on world history. "Even when it does, the way history is taught here is more on a factual basis... Not much would be discussed on the why and the how, not to mention the implications," she said via e-mail.

There is also no real taboo in Thailand against strongmen, analysts say.

The country had a fascist past under military dictator Plaek Phibunsongkhram from 1938 to 1944, and again from 1948 to 1957. During World War II, Thailand sided with Axis powers Germany and Japan. The man who ousted Plaek, field marshal Sarit, too was a ruthless dictator.
Thailand has not come to terms with its past, analysts say.

A Thai commentator who goes by the pseudonym Kaewmala said in an e-mail interview: "In Thailand at least, moving forward is often done without looking back. It's more denial than reconciling with the truth. There is a tendency to sweep ugly truths under the rug and move on without addressing the problems."
www.straitstimes.com/st/print/1348895

Thailand was the only East Asian nation not invaded by Japan. More people died in the Asian War than the European War. If anything, these people should learn about the war in Asia and not have the lies of the holocaust thrust down their throats.
Thanks for that orangeade. The last bit is very profound, why should these young people be made to feel guilty at all? If they were part of the Axis powers during the war then who has any right to tell them that they can't honour their own war heroes? Again we see this Jewish ethnocentrism trying to force their perceived victimhood on other people and nations. It wasn't the ''nazis'' who fire bombed Japan back to the stone age or dropped nukes on the place. I'm sure many Japanese and far Eastern people are aware of that.
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Hitler chic trends growing around the world. 12 May 2014 11:51 #23

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Orangeaid wrote:
Asia is nowhere near as Jewish infiltrated as the West Kore. They would have had nowhere near the level of holohoax programming brainwashing as the West has had.



Infiltration of Asia, forced stepping down of the tenno, occupation of Japan, communism ... would be worth a whole new thread!

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Hitler chic trends growing around the world. 12 May 2014 13:25 #24

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Hitler chic also features in Japan. The Japanese seem to have moved on from machines that dispense used teen girl knickers to Nazi themed R rated anime.

Did they steal the idea from Israel's very own Stalag porn?

"Nazi cosplay" is likely inspired by such Nazi-themed anime and manga like “URDA: The Third Reich” which tells a story about Nazis using time-travel to change the outcome of World War II; “Kekko Kamen“, in which a naked masked superhero fights corruption at a school against such adversaries like an S+M-themed Nazi dominatrix; “The Cockpit“, in which it is a Nazi Germany that wields the world’s first atomic bomb; “Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade“, in which Japan is taken over by Germany at the end of WWII; “Kishin Heidan“, in which aliens invade Earth during WWII and form an alliance with Axis powers; and “Hellsing“, a manga about a Nazi group called “the Millennium” that relocate to Brazil after the end of WWII and become vampires.

Nazi cosplayers often don’t comprehend the historical implications of the uniforms they are wearing. When asked, they would say “We’re not racist, we just like the fashion. Really.”

Nazi cosplaying takes place in Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea. None of these countries though were directly impacted by Nazi Germany nor have they been brainwashed with anti-German propaganda so don't have the sensitivity that the West has towards Nazi imagery.

Japan has also published a manga version of “Mein Kampf”.



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:O OMG!

The frog mercenary with the panty-sniffing-teddy-bear avatar was right:


"Krauts still bombing London" !!! truth-zone.net/forum/news-and-current-affairs/65598-krauts-still-bombing-london.html


.... with vicious HEALTH BOMBS






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The Nutzy symbol is not a Nazi swastika; it's not rotated 45 degrees. But of course Ze Jews are complaining, like always.
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Hitler has moved into the Deep Fried Jew *ahem, I mean chicken* business :hahano:
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FASHION CAN BE BOUGHT.

STYLE ONE MUST POSSESS.









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See pictures on the previous page



Comradeship night at the old Soldaten Kaffee





Nazi Cafe Soldaten Kaffee REOPENS PRESS CONFERENCE

Note how easy it is to write officially looking "documents" with an authentic typewriter!





Indonesia: "Criminal" Nazi-themed cafe reopens - here's what it looks like





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ADI is the familiar form of Adolf or Adolph in German :)

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