Did Hitler do anything wrong? — Zweites Buch... Q&A
“Nothing Hitler Did Was Illegal”
Kattywumpus on Feb 24, parent favorite on: 10, year clock gets lowered into Texan mountain. I'm sort of fascinated by the phenomenon, which I think of as "LOLgical argument". You start off with a joke where the humor is based in an extreme and socially transgressive statement. It could be "Hitler did nothing wrong," or "The Earth is flat," or any number of similarly absurd ideas. The original users are trolls who privately do not actually believe what they are saying, but enjoy "rustling jimmies" and the increased status their daring obtains. But as more members of the community join in, the original statement loses its edge, and even more transgressive poses are needed to continue the joke.
Martin Luther King, Jr. The point was that morality and the law are not always on the same side. I often think about this as I ponder the social and political issues of our time. The question that comes to mind is:. In retrospect, we can look at bold decisions that were made in support of freedom and fail to see any moral ambiguity. Of course it was right to help slaves obtain their freedom, even if it was against the law.
Police said LaBeouf pulled the scarf of an unidentified year-old man outside the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens, scratching his face in the process. They said he also pushed the man, who refused medical attention. In a video posted on social media, the unidentified man calls over LaBeouf. The livestream is for a participatory public art project LaBeouf and two collaborators intend to have running 24 hours a day for the next four years. The Telegraph reports the art project has been targeted by neo-Nazis and members of the alt-right, an offshoot of conservatism mixing racism, white nationalism and populism. LaBeouf has faced other white supremacist hecklers crashing the livestream with racist slogans. The camera went live the morning of the inauguration, along with a website inviting the public to show up and participate.
A famous hijack of a Mountain Dew contest called "Dub The Dew" (in promotion of Mountain Dew's newest apple flavored beverage) pulled off by the website.
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A T-shirt company slammed for attempting to "rebrand the swastika" as a peace symbol has come under fire once again for selling shirts emblazoned with the phrase: "Hitler did nothing wrong ever. Teespring, which recently withdrew its rainbow-colored swastika shirts following a backlash, also sells a number of T-shirts comparing President Donald Trump to the Nazi leader, with one referring to the Republican as "Orange Hitler. Following the initial criticism of the online store selling swastika designs, the company responsible for creating the shirts, KA Designs, said in a statement seen by The Jerusalem Post : "Here at KA we explore boundaries. We push them forward. Together, we can succeed," the statement added. The U. The video references the swastika design used in Buddhism and Hinduism prior to the rise of Adolf Hitler, stating: "Nazism.