Friday, February 28, 2020

Netherlands: Online retail giant under fire for selling Nazi propaganda aimed at children

Der Giftpilz (The Poisonous Mushroom):
“Just as it is often hard to tell a toadstool from an edible mushroom, so too it is often very hard to recognize the Jew as a swindler and criminal...”
“The Jewish nose is bent. It looks like the number six...”
“Just look at these guys! The louse-infested beards! The filthy, protruding ears...”
“In the Talmud it is written: ‘Only the Jew is human. Gentile peoples are not called humans, but animals.’ Since we Jews see Gentiles as animals, we call them only Goy.”
Via Dutch News:

Dutch online retail giant is refusing to remove a Nazi children’s book from its virtual shelves, citing the need to uphold the principle of freedom of speech. 
The book, Der Giftpilz (the poisonous mushroom) , dates from 1938 and was written by Nazi stalwart Julius Streicher. It was used as evidence against him during the Neurenberg trials, at which he was sentenced to death for crimes against humanity. 
Jewish and other groups have been calling on to remove the book from sale following campaign against Amazon last week by the Auschwitz Museum in Poland.  
"When you decide to make a profit on selling vicious anti-semitic Nazi propaganda published without any critical comment or context, you need to remember that those words led not only to the Holocaust but also many other hate crimes motivated by  antisemitism," the museum told Amazon, which has since banned the book.
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