April 29, 2018
How could anybody be offended by this message? Adolf Hitler’s policies were awesome.
In Arizona, someone hacked an electronic road sign and changed it to say “Hail Hitler.” A member of the general public got offended and called the police about it.
An electronic road sign displayed an anti-Semitic message early Friday morning on a highway on the outskirts of Phoenix.
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office received a call at 2:25 a.m. about an electronic road sign along Hunt Highway that read “Hail Hitler,” an incorrectly spelled reference to the Nazi salute.
The road sign was hacked by an unknown person and the words on the sign were changed, said Navideh Forghani, public information officer for the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office.
Officers tried to turn off the sign, but it required a password and officers could not immediately reach the private company that owned the sign.
Forghani said police reached out to Pinal County’s Public Works department for help and they covered the sign to hide the message from others.
Police will not investigate this incident as a hate crime because there was no victim targeted, Forghani said. The private company that owned the sign would need to file a complaint, she added.
Pretty funny how the police couldn’t figure out how to turn the sign off and were forced to cover the so-called offensive message. Quite frankly though, I don’t get what was offensive about the message. Adolf Hitler’s government had some pretty good policies especially on the domestic front.
One thing is for sure, the name “Hitler” by itself is enough to freak people out. Posting flyers or anything else with just the word “Hitler” on it is guaranteed to create chaos. For some reason the name “Hitler” triggers people almost as easy as the word “nigger” does. This is mainly due to brainwashing and the public’s lack of awareness about the Jewish problem. If they fully understood the issue, the public would be demanding Hitler statues be erected in place of all these retarded Holohoax memorials we see everywhere.
But as society becomes increasingly more reliant on electronic and digital signage, we are going to see more trolling opportunities like this. It is a virtual certainty that hackers will be spreading all sorts of anti-Semitic imagery and pro-Hitler content to large audiences in this fashion over the years to come. Especially since almost everything is getting hooked up to the Internet. The Internet of Things as it grows is going to be a boon for the rise of digital graffiti.
If Hitler were alive today, he would no doubt approve and endorse this type of trolling. Plus, it is absolutely critical that we maintain full spectrum dominance in this arena.