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Nazi memorabilia at country market

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posted on May, 28 2008 @ 08:10 AM

Originally posted by Frontkjemper
Ok, how about this?

Why is it 100% legal to sell Communist relics, but not Nazi relics? When freedom is governed, it's no longer freedom.

I mean honestly, if this flag upset quite a few Jewish patrons, I could understand if they asked him to take it down. (I would out of respect.) But when one Jew gets offended, it gets forcibly removed?

I don't see freedom here. The offended could have just looked the other way, by no means was anyone forcing him to view the flag.

Oh well, one step closer to losing any and all freedom (the little we had) I suppose.


Originally posted by audas
This is censorship - there is no other word for it - and the issue here is whether the Israel Lobby has to much influence and power - of this there is absolutely no doubt whatsoever. They are highly dangerous to anyone who dissents.

Once again...this is a totally private decision. NO GOV'T INVOLVEMENT AT ALL.

It is NOT censorship in any way. You have lost NO freedoms.

And btw, Frontkjemper, it is perfectly legal to sell Nazi memorabilia.

posted on May, 28 2008 @ 10:32 AM
When I was a kid I had a friend of mine that owned a military store next to my mom's store he specialized in Nazi items,he was in buisness for many years ,never got hassled at all,real nice guy too

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