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American History X

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17 Comments to American History X

  1. I think he may be a bit confused.

  2. Dawn on December 28th, 2012
  3. What a dickhead.

  4. Baz on December 28th, 2012
  5. He must think he’s hindu or something.

  6. Matt on December 28th, 2012
  7. That looks more like the old good luck symbol from the Indians more than the Nazi emblem

  8. Watertender on December 28th, 2012
  9. Fun fact:
    Most Nazi swastikas are at a 45 degree angle.
    Any others are either surrounded by a circle or have arms curved into a circle.

    This is a traditional swastika, a symbol of auspiciousness.

    The more you know.

  10. Gat on December 28th, 2012
  11. Another fun fact:
    The Confederate flag isn’t the flag of racism either.

    And another:
    Facts are useless when you’re being overpowered by hypersensitive, ignorant assholes.

  12. Snap N. McGarrett on December 29th, 2012
  13. in actual fact the good luck charm is from Jains and Buddhists and there good luck charm is the backwards and has 4 dots inbetween the arms

  14. actual fact on December 29th, 2012
  15. Der Schvarzer

  16. Mumashik on December 29th, 2012
  17. The evil of political correctness: Things get destroyed without considering context. I highly doubt this guy is sporting a swastika.

  18. jeffm209 on December 29th, 2012
  19. Context stops mattering after a while. Was it a symbol before the Nazis? Yep. Does that matter? Not one bit. I highly doubt this obvious genius studied the history of the symbol before he got it. My evidence? Um……he’s on this site.

  20. Swank on December 30th, 2012
  21. Minority groups often pay huge attention to symbols and their history. MY proof, the millions and millions of acres of graffiti in ALL cities.

  22. Liz on December 30th, 2012
  23. Es heisst der Schwarze. I hope heĀ“ll be lucky with this tat.

  24. Fritz Bauer on January 5th, 2013
  25. Maybe it’s going to be a maze….

  26. Garz on January 7th, 2013
  27. malcom history x

  28. dirtydave on January 25th, 2013
  29. The confederate flag is absolutely the flag of racism. Who doesn’t see that and go “ew. redneck racists”

    And I’m sure this guy was trying to break through the stereotype of what the symbol means to pretty much everyone by having it slightly more traditionally correct, but I agree with the previous poster that it doesn’t matter- because now a swastika is a symbol of hate and evil. Period. This guy makes bad choices, and probably has to explain that shit everytime he takes his shirt off.

  30. Stealthchica on February 3rd, 2013
  31. The “rebel flag” IS a symbol of racism, and here’s why.

    First off, it’s not a symbol of the Confederacy, because it’s not the confederate flag, it’s simply the naval jack of the Confederate Navy… it’s a representation of boats and submarines.

    The confederate flag was white and blue, looks nowhere nearly as “bad ass” or “intimidating” as the naval jack’s “Stars and bars”

    Now if you were waving a flag to support your Southern Confederate Heritage, you would use the actual flag of the nation, not the flag of your naval force.

    Now the argument I always used was that I am of German heritage, but there’s some parts of your German heritage you shouldn’t be proud of. Just like there’s some parts of your Southern heritage that you shouldn’t be proud of.

    I sure wouldn’t wear a Nazi flag and say “it’s about heritage not hate”

    Besides, I never understood why people are proud of the Confederacy… it was an utter failure. It’d be like being Yugoslavian and being proud of the Yugo Automobile.

  32. Curbjaw on September 3rd, 2013
  33. Well.. this IS WTF tattoos. So yeah. Moving on..

  34. Captain Spaulding on September 4th, 2013

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