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Meet Germany’s response to neo-Nazis: The German Apples Front
One clear morning in 2004, an elderly man walking down the streets of the German city Leipzig came across a familiar sight which awoke unpleasant memories of the past: Dozens of demonstrators with a red arm-band with a white circle on it and a black symbol within. He witnessed Nazi demonstrations in his city in the past, but this time he decided to take a stand. He stuck out his leg as the protest’s leader passed him by, tripped him and watched with a smile as he fell to the ground.
The activists’ reaction was handing the old man a flyer. The elderly man walked away, and only after a few dozen feet suddenly noticed: The symbol on the arm of the demonstrators was not a swastika, but an apple.
“We like it when people get confused, this is why we do it,” explained Max Upravitelev, one of the leaders of The German Apples Front, in an interview. Contrary to first impressions, he is not the head of an extreme right wing party, but the “minister of propaganda” of a group that pokes fun at neo-Nazis by manipulating symbols and slogans usually associated with them…

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hoboway:

Meet Germany’s response to neo-Nazis: The German Apples Front

One clear morning in 2004, an elderly man walking down the streets of the German city Leipzig came across a familiar sight which awoke unpleasant memories of the past: Dozens of demonstrators with a red arm-band with a white circle on it and a black symbol within. He witnessed Nazi demonstrations in his city in the past, but this time he decided to take a stand. He stuck out his leg as the protest’s leader passed him by, tripped him and watched with a smile as he fell to the ground.

The activists’ reaction was handing the old man a flyer. The elderly man walked away, and only after a few dozen feet suddenly noticed: The symbol on the arm of the demonstrators was not a swastika, but an apple.

“We like it when people get confused, this is why we do it,” explained Max Upravitelev, one of the leaders of The German Apples Front, in an interview. Contrary to first impressions, he is not the head of an extreme right wing party, but the “minister of propaganda” of a group that pokes fun at neo-Nazis by manipulating symbols and slogans usually associated with them…

Read on HERE Support them with your propaganda HERE