Wednesday, December 17, 2008
The shop however described the request as "inappropriate" and refused to make the cake for young Adolf, who has just turned three.
The Campbells, who also have two daughters, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell, and Honsylynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell (named in reference to the SS Heinrich Himmler), were offered a cake with enough room for them to write their own inscription but they refused.
ShopRite has also refused to make a cake for Adolf's sister Aryan Nation, who turns two in February.
Mrs Campbell, from Holland Township, New Jersey, said: "ShopRite can't even make a cake for a three-year-old. That's sad."
Regarding their controversial names, Mrs Campbell added: "I just figured that they're just names. They're just kids. They're not going to hurt anybody."
Mr Campbell told a New Jersey newspaper: "They say, 'He (Hitler) killed all those people.' I say, 'You're living in the wrong decade. That Hitler's gone.
"They're just names, you know. Yeah they (the Nazis) were bad people back then. But my kids are little. They're not going to grow up like that."
But others, such as Barry Morrison, director of the Anti-Defamation League, said: "Might as well put a sign around their neck that says bigot, racist, hatemonger. What's the differenceVia The Telegraph
Saturday, December 13, 2008
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
The last thing you would expect to find in the Jewish state would be homegrown neo-Nazis, but an Israeli court on Sunday jailed eight teenagers for beating up ultra-Orthodox Jews, gays and the elderly, while shouting, "Heil Hitler!"
The same gang of skinheads had painted swastikas and naked women on the doors of a Haifa synagogue. They had also attacked a drug addict in Tel Aviv and forced him to grovel and beg for forgiveness for being a Jew. They videotaped the spectacle and posted it on their website, spliced with clips of Adolf Hitler. And they weren't particularly secretive about their identities, having strutted around the beaches of Tel Aviv showing off their Nazi tattoos.
And yet all of these neo-Nazis are Israelis — one of them is a Jewish teenager whose grandparents survived the Holocaust.
The alienated young men channeled their anger by linking up with neo-Nazi groups back in Russia. A ringleader, Eli "the Nazi" Buatinov, told his gang from the working-class neighborhoods of Petah Tikvah, a bustling town near Tel Aviv, that he would never have children because he didn't want to sire a "piece of trash with even the smallest percentage of Jewish blood." Buatinov was given seven years in jail, the harshest sentence.
Full article HERE
Sunday, November 23, 2008
Friday, November 21, 2008
- His Life is a Fixed Event in Time
- He’s More Clever Than You'd Think
- You’re Actually Part of a Predestination Paradox
- His Guards Are Used to Dealing with Time Traveling Assassins
- You’ll Be Thwarted By Other Time Travelers
- Killing Him Just Brings About a Potentially Worse Future
- It’s All Just a Dream
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Buy it for a mere $39.95 (and then rip it to BitTorrent for the rest of us)
Friday, November 14, 2008
Friday, November 7, 2008
The Flemish state channel VRT has ‘pulled’ a TV cookery show, due for broadcast this week, which was going to show viewers how to cook Adolf Hitler’s favourite meal.
The programme ‘Plat Prefere’ or ‘Favourite Dish’ usually profiles the chosen foods of the celebrities but Hitler’s culinary tastes have been deemed “too sensitive”.
Previous subjects have included Freddie Mercury, Maria Callas and Salvador Dali.
Previews of the Hitler episode had shown TV chef Jeroen Meus visiting the Nazi dictator’s haunts in southern Germany.
Hitler (pictured dining with Eva Braun) is said to have enjoyed trout with butter sauce, which Meus prepared in the show.
It isn’t surprising that Jewish groups led the protests and Michael Freilich, editor of the Jewish affairs magazine in Belgium, has welcomed VRT’s decision.
But, rather like the questions being posed in the UK about the Ross/Brand incident, he asks how the programme slipped through the broadcasters’ guidelines.
He said: "The problem is that Hitler is being featured in a cooking show, without any historical context."
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Saturday, November 1, 2008
A MAN gave Liverpool police officers a Nazi salute after they found a bus pass bearing the face of Adolf Hitler in his bag.
Liverpool crown court was told father-of-two Arthur Starns shouted the German victory salute “Seig Heil” and shouted racial abuse at one of the two white officers who arrested him.
... as Starns was arrested for being drunk and disorderly, he said “n***er” to one of the police officers.Full article
Sunday, October 19, 2008
'This is the greatest country on the face of the Earth. Join with me as we change it.' -Obama 2008
Who else called for change in this fashion?
How did all these men do it?
Each and every one called upon youth movements.
And you want Obama for President? Are you nuts?"
The creator of the poster defends his work HERE
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
It features high-kicking Nazis, a potato-peeling Eva Braun and a hapless Russian spy lording it in the SS. Welcome to Hitler Kaput! Super Agents 008, a Russian farce wowing native audiences. The spoof comedy, which has been reigning supreme at the top of the Russian box-office for the past fortnight, describes the rollicking adventures of a Soviet undercover agent in the top echelons of the Third Reich. Herr Hitler gets high on cocaine and plans his military proceedures using potatoes for troops, while Braun pleads for a holiday in Dubai as she slaves over the spuds.
Friday, September 26, 2008
Thursday, September 25, 2008
Cause, you know, Hitler only offends Jews. Not homosexuals, the handicapped, blacks, Gypsies, Poles, Jehovah's Witness, Communists or society in general. Idiot.
Saturday, September 20, 2008
Saturday, September 20, 2008
It is a common all over the world to give name to a child as a unique identity after birth. The origin of such identity varies from continent to continent and from place to place. In Nigeria some children are named after their paternal or maternal parents and background or some deities worshiped in the family while some are named based on religious beliefs and characters. It is not also uncommon to see some named after heroes as appreciated by individual parents; such is the case of one court orderly, whose paternal desire to adour a hero gave a name that often leads him into frustrations. He has begun to consider a change of name.
Thursday, September 18, 2008
Monday, September 15, 2008
VIA: The Leader (or in German, Der Fuhrer)
Saturday, September 13, 2008
Saturday, September 6, 2008
Between 1930 and 1938, Heartfield lampooned the rise of the Third Reich in 237 bitingly satirical photomontages published in the widely circulated Arbeiter Illustrierte Zeitung, the Workers Illustrated Newspaper, known as AIZ.
As might be expected, Heartfield's work got him into serious trouble with the Nazis. In April 1933, Heartfield narrowly escaped arrest by the Gestapo. The artist, who was only slightly taller than 5 feet, climbed out of his apartment window and hid inside a scrapped barbershop sign on a neighbor's ground-floor patio, said Andres Zervigon, a Rutgers University assistant professor who is writing a book on Heartfield. The artist then fled to Prague, where AIZ had already relocated.
Between 1979 and 1991, the Akron museum obtained 40 individual Heartfields published in AIZ, along with entire issues of the magazine, making it one of a handful of museums in the United States with substantial holdings in Heartfield's work.
Thursday, September 4, 2008
By STEPHEN KING
What do Stephen Harper, Barack Obama and John McCain have in common?
They're all like Hitler, according to people who have been making themselves heard over recent days. In fact, if you listen to enough idiots -- and these days they're hard to screen out -- everyone is like Hitler.
Stephen Harper is like Hitler, according to composer Walter Boudreau, speaking at a Montreal rally on Wednesday, because he plans to reduce federal funding to the arts. Barack Obama is like Hitler, according to various right-wing pundits, because he can get tens of thousands of fervent supporters to come to his speeches.
Sunday, August 24, 2008
Via The Local
Friday, August 15, 2008
The film, working title: Inglorious Bastards does not appear to be a remake of the 1977 by Enzo G. Castellari and was probably chosen by Tarantino as an homage to the previous film.
Get the 167 page, 9MB PDF version of the script HERE while it lasts.
VIA. NYMag, Timesonline
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
Looks like Mr. Jackson is kicking things up a notch in the upcoming film, "The Spirit." We dunno why he's dressed as a Nazi, but he seems to change outfits in every scene, based on the trailer. Kinda reminds us of Black Midget Hitler.
Saturday, August 9, 2008
Friday, August 8, 2008
Saturday, July 26, 2008
Monday, July 21, 2008
Friday, July 4, 2008
By David Crossland in Berlin
Madame Tussauds opened its new waxwork museum in Berlin to reporters on Thursday and, predictably, the attention was mainly focused on a startlingly realistic figure of Adolf Hitler in his bunker. His dark portrayal as a broken man may defuse criticism that including him was tasteless.
Monday, June 30, 2008
Would it surprise anyone to learn that there were upwards of 150, 000 soldiers of partial Jewish descent serving in the Nazi army during World War II? I had no idea until I attended a lecture by Bryan Mark Rigg discussing his book entitled Hitler’s Jewish Soldiers. What is even more startling is that Adolf Hitler was aware of this and for a while allowed them to serve. In most cases these soildiers had no knowledge of the Holocaust killing machine. From their point of view they were simple German patriots fighting for their country. Many did not even consider themselves Jewish. Some were unaware of their “Jewish blood”.
Via The Cuban Revolution
Saturday, June 28, 2008
If you’re a fan of retrogames, you probably know that the NES game Bionic Commando underwent a number of changes to make it more ‘appropriate’ to American audiences. In fact, Bionic Commando originally had a very different name overseas.
Ever wondered why the Badds looked like stormtroopers or why the final boss was a shirtless, Lazarus Pit-spawned Hitler? Uh… because the game was freakin’ called TOP SECRET: The Return of Hitler!
Image and text, Kevin Sung
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Hitler recounted how Mrs Goering found her husband waving a baton over his underwear in the bedroom and asked him what he was doing.It's probably way funnier when told by someone with a cute little mustache.
"He replied: "I am promoting my underpants to OVERpants""
Thursday, June 19, 2008
Wednesday, June 18, 2008
"...a lot of them are curious to know how Hitler came to power," Munichwalktours co-owner Ralph Lluenstroth said. Wilma, 60, from Puerto Rico, said: "I have read so much about this, and I just could not comprehend how the Germans could follow a guy like that. After seeing the place, I can understand it better."
Image VIA - Walki-Talki Tours
Thursday, June 5, 2008
It's kind of a silly analogy to make, IMO. While the Third Reich did bring freedom of speech to a halt, their focus was more on politics than erotics. Also, Flickr doesn't seem to have any prison camps for dissidents, they simply delete their accounts.
Friday, May 30, 2008
Their second exhibit, If Hitler Had Been a Hippy How Happy Would We Be, features a group of watercolors painted by Hitler himself, which have been defaced by the brothers. They purchased the group of 13 paintings last year for a total of £115,000. By adding rainbows and other embellishments to the paintings, the brothers hope to redeem their artistic merit.
Thursday, May 22, 2008
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
It looks like the crossover demographic between Mario Kart fans and neo-Nazis is about to be disappointed. Apparently through rigorous field testing, Nintendo Everything has found that attempting to connect to an online game of Mario Kart Wii with the Mii license "Hitler" results in a message stating that the name is not allowed and must be changed to connect.
Stalin, Osama, and Saddam, however, continue to be allowed through, and Mussolini continues to be too long.
VIA The Wire
Friday, May 16, 2008
Sunday, April 27, 2008
These guys will probably protest the shirt as well, but for other reasons.
Saturday, April 26, 2008
Why have you drawn on fascist imagery at this particular time and with this particular show?
I don't really know, it's a sort of compulsion. I mean, I do all sorts of stuff but the Hitler kitsch thing keeps drawing me back. Perhaps I'm insane. It seems to have some sort of magnetic appeal. Like, people hate it and like it at the same time. So, that's interesting.
What would you say to people who are uncomfortable with the use of this imagery?
They should be!Via: Nude
Thursday, April 24, 2008
The Daily Mail says this:
An action-man style doll of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler has gone on sale in the Ukraine, with saleswomen comparing the doll to Barbie.
Supermarkets in the capital Kiev are stocking the 40 centimetre high figure of the fuhrer, complete with jackboots, leather trench-coat and swastika armband.
The £100 figure has a spare head "with a kind expression on it," glasses and several changes of clothes.
So, for $200, anyone can have a 12" dictator.
Tuesday, April 22, 2008
"Microsoft and Turn 10 might be determined to seek and destroy acts of hatred and discrimination plastered on Xbox Live, but the publisher and developer of Forza 2 couldn't act fast enough to prevent a 1957 Mercedes 300SL, defaced by pro-Nazi symbols and sentiments, from being offered through the game's online auction mode. 360-gamer recently pointed to the unsettling item, criticizing the moderators for their inability to keep this kind of content off of the Xbox Live servers; or at least promptly remove it (apparently the car's been Live for a while)." - by James Ransom-Wiley Jul 3rd 2007 7:57PM
By Scott Roxborough
COLOGNE, Germany (Hollywood Reporter) - The company behind "American Idol" is developing a black comedy about Adolf Hitler's early years.
"Mein Kampf," based on a dark farce by Hungarian playwright George Tabori, is set in a Vienna hostel before World War One. In the play, an insecure Hitler is befriended by an elderly Jew who gives him his infamous hair style and toothbrush mustache.
Tom Schilling ("Elementary Particles") will star as Hitler, and Goetz Georg as his Jewish friend, Schlomo Herzl. Urs Odermatt will direct the production, which starts shooting in Vienna this week. UFA plans to release the film in Germany next year.
"Mein Kampf" marks the first production for German film group UFA Cinema, a new subsidiary of FremantleMedia, the producer of "American Idol," "Family Feud" and a slew of other shows.
Via Gizmodo, Via NPR
Seems to me that if someone has the same birthday as someone as influential as Hitler, they probably ought to be reminded of it.
Maybe it's because commenting on the Nazi fuehrer's birthday wouldn't jive with the following descriptions of people born on this day:
* "You have tremendous resilience and fortitude and the strength of character to take on whatever comes your way. You are strong, passionate and persistent." (Eugenia Last)
* "You're a natural leader. You're dynamic, enthusiastic and interested in many things. In your personal life you're very private. You care about your home and your family. Obstacles simply act as a challenge to you." (Georgia Nicols)
Sunday, April 20, 2008
@ 2008-04-17 14:41:00
I haven’t really been able to cover as much “COMING SOON” stuff as I would like in the pages of Cinema Sewer, mainly because I like CS to have a very timeless feel, and not seem outdated in a few months. Things like new upcoming independent low budget sex-n-violence packed genre efforts have been given very little coverage. I leave that to Rue Morgue and Fangoria, and tend to focus on unearthing classic and forgotten stuff, and everything else kinda gets pushed to the side.
But recently I’ve been realising that this blog would be a great place to promote, and bring attention to these cool looking upcoming movies that I’ve been made privy to, so as with recent posts about TOKYO GORE POLICE, and MACHINE GIRL, I will be doing more of that as I become aware of movies that really should be getting more press and hype. This cool shit often falls in my lap, so I should start doing more to help promote it, I think.
In that sliced open vein, I proudly bring you a pile of disgusting *EXCLUSIVE* on-set photos and an *EXCLUSIVE* interview just for Bougie-blog readers, all from Keith Crocker’s upcoming “Blitzkrieg: Escape From Stalag 69” from Wild Eye releasing!! It’s not to often that a NEW Naziploitation gore flick comes along, (in fact there is talk that this is the first to be made in 30 years!) so click the NSFW cut-link an' check it out!
Thursday, April 17, 2008
I guess while those guys are busy with that, everyone else will be eating matzo and/or smokin' weed.