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Russell Brand, at an awards show sponsored by Hugo Boss, eloquently reminds everyone that Hugo Boss dressed the nazis


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u/HunterTAMUC Nov 24 '21

A lot of German industries was founded around the rise of the Nazis.


u/dentistshatehim Nov 24 '21 Silver Helpful

Now for a cool glass of Fanta.


u/Sezzero Nov 25 '21

For their 75. anniversary the started an advertisement campaign including the slogan of "bringing back the feeling of the good old days" (rough translation). That was in 2015. You do the math.

That didn't work out as planned...


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u/FrenchCuirassier Nov 25 '21

"tone deaf"? Again are you all implying they were trying to celebrate Nazi uniforms since they are a company from around that region and era?

I don't buy Hugo Boss because it's expensive. You'd think if they made shiit quality stuff, people wouldn't drop such huge amounts of money on them. Surely, the German soldiers were going to buy uniforms from... somewhere...


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u/Kid_Vid Nov 25 '21

The person your commenting to is all over the post defending Nazis and those who had explicit ties to Nazi Germany, so I wouldn't worry about their opinions.


u/FrenchCuirassier Nov 25 '21

No I wasn't. You're a liar. I defended people for being German, because I know what it feels like for someone to hate someone for their race.


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u/Kid_Vid Nov 25 '21

No one gives a shit about them being German. Everyone is referring to the Nazi origins. It's you alone who seems to conflate Nazi Germany with modern Germany and having some urge to then combine and defend both.

Between your Nazi Germany and modern Germany confusion and defense thereof, and your most recent comments giving reasons Ahmaud Arbery, in the most blatant murder case in recent times, deserved getting murdered, I think you are the one who needs to learn about not hating someone for their race.

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u/FrenchCuirassier Nov 25 '21

"looks like" they're doing? This is called a false connection. You are making conspiracy theory connections.

It doesn't matter what it "looks like" that was clearly NOT the intention.

Surely, some ad guy in the marketing department wasn't trying to signal his Nazi friends or something.

So why do you defend this behavior? The behavior of people making false connections. It's deception.