Monday, August 4, 2008

Nazi memorabilia openly on sale in Dublin market

Nazi memorabilia, including swastikas, ashtrays and anti-semetic DVDs, are being openly sold at a market in Bal­­briggan, north Co Dublin, the Sunday Tribune can reveal.

Labour TD Ruairí Quinn has called for a full investigation into the Outpost Militaria stall at Balbriggan market which specialises in Third Reich material.

Quinn, who is also the chairperson of the Holocaust Educational Trust Of Ireland, said of the controversial stall: "I am absolutely shocked by this information from the Sunday Tribune and I would call on the owners of Balbriggan market to fully investigate whether the merchandise being sold is not in breach of any civil or criminal legislation, specifically incitement to hatred. Items of this nature are most alarming."

1 comment:

Hail Ireland ! said...

Does anybody kick up a fuss when they sell t-shirts with Communist icons ? No, because National Socialism has been scapegoated as the evil of the world.

How many people did Stalin and Mao kill.