Amazon Shuts Down Sales of Auschwitz-Related Christmas Decorations

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 3, 2019

Well, Jews keep saying “never forget.”

I don’t really see the problem with this then.

The goyim are remembering the lampshades and soap.

The Sun:

Amazon has caused outrage by selling Christmas decorations and novelty bottle openers that picture Auschwitz.

Products on offer include star and bell-shaped Christmas tree baubles featuring photos of the gateway and interior of the Nazi death camp in occupied Poland.

A magnetic bottle opener featuring a scene from the camp wrongly describes it as “the ­former Jewish district in Krakow.”

One horrified shopper wrote in the reviews section: “This is not Krakow, this is a picture of Auschwitz death camp. This is a Christmas ornament? How dare you!”

Stuart Johnson tweeted: “Christmas ornaments? Is there no bottom to the pit into which ­people will sink?”

Lauren Bowen added: “People will try to sell anything for money. This is despicable.”

Another Twitter user said: “Wrong on so many levels. To make profit out of a world changing tragedy on this scale! The retailers need to examine their consciences.”

The Auschwitz Museum said yesterday of the £10.05 baubles: “Selling Christmas ornaments with images of Auschwitz does not seem appropriate. Auschwitz on a bottle opener is rather disturbing and disrespectful.”

Amazon yesterday confirmed it had removed the products from sale.

Oy vey, my entire family was masturbated to death by Hitler, how dare you, etc.

Probably, this wasn’t on purpose.

Probably, it is a Paki or the Chinese, and they got the images off of Google and thought they were of something different.

If it was on purpose, then I’m not really sure what the seller was trying to do, unless he was just trying to outrage the Jews once again.

What I will say is that this is a very elaborate line of Auschwitz-related products.

But don’t they sell trinkets like this at the actual museum?

It’s hard to understand why this is wrong. I guess it’s just that Christmas is a happy time for the goyim, and the remembrance of the Holocaust – the most important event in all of human history – is supposed to be a sad time.