March 30, 2014
Jews are freaking out over a new vest produced by clothing manufacturer H&M. The vest, pictured above, shows a skull in the middle of a Jewish star.
According to the AP:
Fashion retailer H&M has pulled a vest from its shelves worldwide after accusations its design, which featured a menacing skull in the center of a Star of David, was anti-Semitic.
The menswear item, which was withdrawn this week following complaints, was also destined for sale in Israel, where the retailer has 14 stores.
H&M, a Swedish company, said in a statement Friday: “We are sincerely sorry if the T-shirt print has offended anyone, it was not our intention to provoke such a reaction.”
European Jewish Congress President Moshe Kantor welcomed the garment’s withdrawal, calling it a “thoughtless and insensitive design.”
When a design is considered “thoughtless and insensitive” by Jews, it is immediately removed. However, clothing companies such as Affliction routinely use the Christian cross together with skulls and other cheap decoration, and no one seems to care.
While we understand how traumatized the Jews have been by this act of anti-semitic clothing, they should be glad to know that we at Daily Stormer don’t use the Jew star for such trivial purposes as fashion design. We only use the star for its proper use: identifying the Jew scum who might otherwise go unnoticed.
We hope the Jews appreciate our efforts not to use their symbol in an inappropriate manner.