Offended Jews worldwide are expressing their collective outrage and disappointment after they discovered that a Korean pop star posed for a humorous picture with a mannequin dressed in a “Nazi” uniform:
Fans have demanded an apology from a K-pop star who was seen embracing a Nazi mannequin in a set of photos.
Sowon, a member of popular girl group GFriend, came under fire after sharing the images with her 816,000 Instagram followers.
A Jewish GFriend fan took to Twitter to express their view on the now-deleted pictures, taken in a café during a video shoot.
The fan wrote: “I’m disappointed of S0won but I’m glad she deleted..she needs to apologise tho..Nazis are not friends or someone you can hug or look so lovingly at, they are killers, they killed 6 million Jews out of them 1.5 million Jewish children /srs.
“Btw I am Jewish with a family history involving the Holocaust so don’t think I don’t have things to say about it.”
The fan also encouraged others to write to Sowon with the message: “Sowon please, I’m begging, officially apologise for those pictures.
“You have Jewish fans, we love you and we need an answer. Please delete the photo is not enough. I hope you understand.”
The comments were retweeted over 28,000 times, sparking debate and outcry from fans for Sowon to apologise and an email campaign to GFriend’s record company, Source Music.
Some suggested the pop star might have simply been ignorant to what the full-sized mannequin, dressed in full Nazi uniform, represented.
But others disagreed, with one person tweeting: “I do NOT want to see “well Sowon maybe didn’t know’ or ‘Koreans do not know about this topic.
“There is no excuse for a woman born in 1995 not to know what happened or what the uniform symbolised.”
A statement released by Source music this morning and translated by fans read: “During the on-site check day of filming, the department in charge did not recognise that there was a problem with the mannequin’s outfit…
“In the process of uploading the behind-the-scenes video and photos, we went through internal inspection and discussion but we uploaded without knowing all the problematic parts.
“We apologise…for not paying close attention to historical facts and social issues.
“We bow our heads and apologise to those who have felt uncomfortable with these videos and photos.
“The artist herself recognised the meaning of the picture, was very surprised, and immediately deleted the picture.
“She felt deeply responsible for uploading such pictures and felt heartbroken.”
Jews are always “shocked” to find out their non-stop harping about the so-called “Holocaust” hasn’t reached every single person walking the face of the earth — not only reached everyone, but also had the desired demoralizing effect on them.
Only Jews are allowed to depict Nazis in anyway that they deem “appropriate” — whether it is as buffoons in the sit-com “Hogan’s Heroes” or as sexual deviants in their Nazi-inspired pornography — which is very popular in Israel.
In fact, Jews themselves invented the “literary” porn genre of Nazi Exploitation — and apparently that hasn’t offended any Jews ever — but a Korean pop star playfully posing with a Nazi mannequin is sending Jews worldwide to their psychiatrists’ couches for reassurance that Hitler and his minions haven’t once again risen from the grave.
But in case they weren’t aware, Nazi images are very popular in Asia — in a playful, ironic sort of way — but the Jews, acting as the self-declared Hall Monitors Of The World™, nevertheless blow a gasket every time an Asian posts anything that reminds them that Nazis actually existed at one time in history.
And it’s only natural that Korean girls would be attracted to Nazis — as the “feminist” poet Silvia Plath once observed in her famous poem “Daddy” — that “Every woman adores a fascist” — and she wasn’t being ironic:
It stuck in a barb wire snare.
Ich, ich, ich, ich,
I could hardly speak.
I thought every German was you.
And the language obscene
An engine, an engine
Chuffing me off like a Jew.
A Jew to Dachau, Auschwitz, Belsen.
I began to talk like a Jew.
I think I may well be a Jew.
Every woman adores a Fascist,
The boot in the face, the brute
Brute heart of a brute like you.
The post punk group Gang Of Four explored this theme — much to the chagrin of the politically correct — in their anthem “I Love A Man In A Uniform”: