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Saturday, 10 May 2014

Occupied Germany Cracks Down on the Numbers 18 and 88, Protects Jews from Nazi Numerals

There was legitimate concern that consumers would think this detergent is sending 
a secret Nazi code.

As if the panic over the Hitler tea kettle wasn’t enough, here comes the latest round of hysteria over unintentional Nazi messages in everyday products.

This time the offending item is laundry detergent being sold in Germany. The packaging features the numbers 18 and 88, letting the consumer know how many loads of laundry the detergent could be used for. Little did the manufacturers know how evil these numbers are.

From the AP:

Procter & Gamble has apologized for “any false connotations” after stirring anger in Germany for unintentionally placing a neo-Nazi code on promotional packages for its Ariel laundry detergent.
Outraged shoppers had posted pictures online of Ariel powder boxes featuring a white soccer jersey with a large number “88.” The number is sensitive because far-right extremists in Germany often use it as a code to skirt a ban on the use of Nazi slogans in public: since “H” is the eighth letter of the alphabet, “88″ represents the phrase “Heil Hitler.” Similarly, “18″ is used to stand for “A.H.” or Adolf Hitler….
“We very much regret if there are any false associations and distance ourselves clearly from any far-right ideology,” company spokeswoman Gabi Hassig said in a statement. The number “88″ was intended to show how many loads of laundry buyers would be able to do with one package.
Haessig said the company has stopped shipping the offending powder, as well as a liquid detergent that was being promoted as “Ariel 18.” The number also represented the number of loads that could be done, the company said.
Still way too Nazi.

Jew-run Germany has already banned Mein Kampf, banned the Roman Salute, and banned any free discussion about the events of WWII.

This is the freedom that the Allied “Liberators” brought to Germany: you can sell boxes of detergent that can do 17 loads, but not 18.

Antisemitism is everywhere. EVERYWHERE!

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