So for all those closet Neo-Nazis out there, HomepageDAILY gives you a guide of when you definitely should not start talking about your love of Albert Speer's architecture, the VW Beetle or Fanta:
1: If someone says I'm Jewish/a gyspy/Russian/homosexual/disabled/Eastern European/Communist/not white....
Probably best to put that left arm down to your side, put the Iron Cross in your pocket and run to the bathroom to shave off that silly little Charlie Chaplin moustache you've been growing.
Fact is that the majority of the world isn't white and the idea of white supremacy and slavery for the rest didn't really fly with everyone that wasn't in the 'master race'.
2: If no-one asks you a question about Nazism and Hitler, don't steer the conversation that way.
It's strange that Lars Von Trier went on and on about Nazism - no one asked him about it and his deliberate changing of the conversation to Hitler was pretty suspicious.
The same can be said about arguments, anyone who brings up Hitler or Nazism can't be countered - you can't provide a more extreme example so instantly a debate dies.
Use Nazism sparingly when arguing because it only makes you look stupid and it very often debases the most terrible crime committed by humanity.
3: If you're in a press conference.
If you are a promoting a piece of art or are a politician - airing Nazi sympathies will instantly alienate 99.9% of the population. Sure, there will be 60 skinheads at home cheering 'about time' but these people won't get you elected or be your audience.
I'm sure Lars Von Trier's producers and actors (see Kirsten Dunst's expression) were slapping there heads in disbelief as he ensured that a lot of people won't go see his film out of principle.
Pretty much, if you're in public don't big up Hitler.
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