Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Hitler not incorrect in a Muslim country

The ADL FINALLY criticizes some Muslims. I hope they didn't get a hernia doing it.
A Turkish shampoo commercial featuring Adolf Hitler has drawn outrage from Jewish groups worldwide and calls for it to be withdrawn immediately.

"It's totally unacceptable to make use of Hitler, the most striking example of cruelty and savagery," the Turkish Jewish Community said, blasting the 12-second ad that has been airing since last week.

The commercial for Biomen, a men's shampoo, shows a gesticulating Hitler delivering an enthusiastic speech, urging male customers to buy the product that is "a 100 per cent male shampoo."

"If you are not wearing a woman's dress, you should not use her shampoo either," he says.

Jewish organisations in Turkey have asked the advertising agency to pull the commercial.

On an international level, the United States-based Anti-Defamation League (ADL), which fights anti-semitism, said it was "repulsed."


Mein Kampf sells like hotcakes in Turkish and Arabic translations, though it is doubtful if any of the buyers know the first thing about the prewar European issues Hitler talks about in his book. It's just his mass-murder of Jews that gives Muslims erections.


Anonymous said...

"It's just his mass-murder of Jews that gives Muslims erections."

I do not understand what the problem is.

Bird of Paradise said...

Then the jews shoud just not buy the product

Anonymous said...

"Hitler, the most striking example of cruelty and savagery..."

Isn't it odd how you never hear Jews complain about Stalin, who killed ten times more Jews than Hitler did? Hmm...

Anonymous said...

Birds of a feather?

Anonymous said...

Saw this on the news last night. I looked at it more as an attempt to make Hilter look like an a$ $ than as a slap at the Jews. Guess my sense of humor is more off than I thought.

Use the Name, Luke said...

Why would the Muslims stop using that ad? After all, they were his allies during WWII.