We Know China Loves Theme Restaurants... [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 6 years ago Misc

But this cafe is really wrong and irresponsible.
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Male 4
look people! you really need to stop bashing hitler.... Yes he did alot wrong, and he did a considerable more right, although it doesnt make up for what he did wrong tho...

He is the first leader of a nation to ever bring a 3rd world country to a first world in 2 years. made germany a industrial and militaristic superpower. even today germany is kicking our rears in everything! most car ideas come from germany or japan. germany is the wealthiest country in the EU. it currently owns Greeece and maybe more countries down the road.

germany also has the safest highway system in the world per capita with people driving or something like that

and also the best beer is made in germany! i mean who else could hold oktoberfest? enjoyed by millions of people in munich and hundreds of millions world wide?
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Female 535
Stupid fools. The svastika is not a German symbol at all, but a symbol still in use by many asian cultures today. It has been in use since ancient times. It is a symbol that basically means "Well-meaning." The symbol is used to wish someone good luck, but in a deeper way. It`s drawn on all sorts of things pretty much to say, "Hope things go well for you." It`s like the Asian version of the smiley face and a "wish you well" all rolled up into one. I seriously feel the cultural stupidity of our nation is an insult to everyone. The Asian use of it has never had anything to do with Hitler. It was most likely brought into use by the Nazis because Hitler liked to have as many "Mystical" backups as possible. A symbol representing the power of the sun and good luck seemed a perfect symbol for a nutjob like Hitler. But he put it to use in Nazi Germany a few thousand years after it had already been in use by cultures that intended its use for nothing other
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Male 379
@Meghan, even Ghandi said good things about Hitler. Europe and the US see him as the embodiment of evil. The rest of the world sees him as a dictator who stood up to Imperialist countries like England and France and lost.
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Male 999
they got it right.
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Female 247
I`m not quite sure, but I think that the Chinese also says "Hitler"...I think it`s safe to say they are well aware of the theme here...xD
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Male 95
I remember hearing on NPR about this (or one very similar) restaraunt, but I thought it was in India. They also said how Hitler wasn`t really reviled there, as he never attacked India, and he had a real "go get `em" attitude, or some such effect. Also, Hitler bombed England, which had occupied India, and so that made him alright in India`s book.
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Female 149
The Chinese is a transliteration of Hitler as well. Wtf
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Male 1,043
Same thought as Blackhart
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Male 10
@megann_exoh
I doubt it too seeing as "HITLER" is clearly on the sign lol. The symbol is of rebirth so if I had to guess, it was known when picking it.
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Female 688
also, @bryantm3
im sure the families of victims for stalin`s pogroms would disagree with you there.. the most accepted figure is a (rather conservative) 20 million people murdered by him.
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Female 688
LOOK, EVERYONE.
the swastika IS a religious symbol, but it was NEVER diagonal, like the nazi one. also, the buddhist one is usually `backwards` - backwards to the nazi one that is.

BUDDHIST:



NAZI:



i study nazi history at college. i did a whole module on this, and this sign is 100% nazi. like i said in my previous post, it was probably an advertising ploy, and it seems to have worked.
the only POSSIBLE explination that i can think of is that the sign maker just googled `swastika` and the nazi one came up first, but i doubt that very much.
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Male 714
the swastika can be seen on many Buddhist temples, but it as far as i have seen they are always straight not diagonal like the nazi symbol. also seeing as it is also accompanied by the word `hitler` i doubt it has anything to do with Buddhism or Hinduism.
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Male 9
I`m am somewhat surprised that every one here is taking this at face value. The swastika has a long history before Nazis it used to mean lucky or some such and coke had it on their logo. Besides that can any one here actually read Chinese i mean hell fro all i know it could be Japanese.

And lastly the Hitler looks like it was photo shopped in i mean it doesn`t even match any of the other fonts present on the sign.

It could be true but before people go making baseless accusations please think about the context i mean this is the Internet... not exactly the most reliable information source.

To be honest it seems like people are just looking for something to be angry about.

Oh and in case it hasn`t been mentioned this is probably the fastest IAB thread to invoke Godwins law.
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Male 179
the sign says `hitler` on it. this isn`t a chinese peace thing. i would understand if it was in their cultural context, but can i ask a question?

are they just a bunch of fucking nimrods who will do anything to make a buck?

seriously, the man killed 6 million jews and 5 million other people he didn`t like, and is known as probably the most evil man that ever lived. are you that fucking stupid?
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Female 126
the swasstica is actually of chinese origin, but the sign clearly has hitler printed on it.. so WTF?
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Female 850
i wonder how many people have pointed out that the swastika, before it became a symbol of evil, used to be an indian symbol for peace..?
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Male 1,834
lol
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Female 10
Excellent, eldavo22!
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Male 25
@Xerasia
Thank you thank you waiting all my life for that to be a relevant joke I can die happy now :)
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Female 1,181
lol, eldavo22. bravo!
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Male 958
@Panski-

It says "Hitler" on the banner going up the building...I think they werent going any far back then 1936...
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Male 1,357
oh china.
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Male 25
I ate at a Chinese German restaurant once...3 hours later I was hungry for power!!
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Female 3,562
I`m positive that`s done on purpose. And yes, very irresponsible, but even in this country it`s perfectly legal. Except it wouldn`t be illegal if they didn`t serve people based on race. Wouldn`t work very well.
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Male 1
the swastika originated almost 3,000 years ago, and is used in many different eastern religions. but the sign does say hitler. perplexing, indeed.
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Female 1,172
When I was in Thailand everytime we saw a souvenier with a swastika the Thais would run up and say "NO NAZI! NO NAZI!!" because it`s a good luck symbol there, with no reference to the Nazis. They would seem relieved when we said we know. lol
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Male 77
No seriously, there`s a thing where people in China and India actually look up to Hitler... It`s not because of the Holocost of anything twisted, they just don`t know or understand the history of the Nazis and why we hate them so much...

You`ll run into many people whose first name is Adolf!
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Male 15,510
I would like to see what is on the Menu of that restaurant...
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Male 302
Their service will last a thousand years.
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Male 325
And then the Far East took one step back from Westernization.
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Female 688
thats pretty much the same as a restaurant in like indonesia or someplaces called Hitler`s Cross. you`ll all remember this restaurant, and that`s exactly what they wanted.
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Male 77
No seriously, there`s a thing where people in China and India actually look up to Hitler... It`s not because of the Holocost of anything twisted, they just don`t know or understand the history of the Nazis and why we hate them so much...

You`ll run into many people whose first name is Adolf!
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Male 469
The orange jews has too much pulp there.
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Male 25,416
eeek...
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Male 9,306
Yeah for some reason they still haven`t gotten the memo over there.
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Male 77
No seriously, there`s a thing where people in China and India actually look up to Hitler... It`s not because of the Holocost of anything twisted, they just don`t know or understand the history of the Nazis and why we hate them so much...

You`ll run into many people whose first name is Adolf!
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Male 660
Nazi goreng please!
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Male 3,631
Wonder if they serve eiserne Portionen
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Male 3,631
Omg..
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Female 3,598
Gerry oh no you didn`t. haha.
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Male 9
...and all of you thought germany lost wwii -.-°
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Male 76
LOL the Chinese name of the restaurant is a pun on Hitler`s name. It literally says "suck-very-happy".
I`m serious, ask anyone who reads Chinese.
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Male 904
Before I clicked through and only had the caption to go on I thought it was going to be " Unprotected Sex Cafe".
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Male 950
Moo-Jew-Gai Pan

lol
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Male 37,910
maybe it`s an old photo (1939) of Berlin`s China-Town district? I head Hitler loved Moo-Jew-Gai Pan
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Male 3,014
"i always feel a little gassy after eating there..."

GTFO.
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Male 452
I`ll have a tall glass of jewish tears with a side of crushed gypsy dreams...
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Male 950
This can`t be real.
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Male 3,894
No, you guys, "Hitler" is the ancient Shinto god of shaved beards. Clearly, this is just an innocent cultural misunderstanding. Shame on you, IAB for being irresponsible.
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Male 188
Well if they don`t serve kraut there its a FAIL.
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Male 964
But it a symbol to do with budd- >_> No it`s just REALLY is a Swastika...Damn...
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Male 196
People it says hitler at the top of the sign, its clearly a nazi theme
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Female 1,623
Wow, just wow
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Male 440
hmmm...am i sensing another bad engrish translation?
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Male 4,867
i always feel a little gassy after eating there...
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Male 1,196
there is no mistaking this is nazi though
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Female 137
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Male 1,196
I know that symbol is a holy symbol in hinduism. It is on Ganeshe`s hand (the god with an elephant head). Chinese practice Buddhism which is similar to hinduism.
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Male 3,482
Okay, that one IS the Nazi swastika... WTF...
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Male 1,587
AcemanJones obviously did not see the part of the sign that clearly said "Hitler"
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Male 1,587
Dear God... My Grandma lived through that, why do people think its an okay thing to re-surface?
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Male 81
In Korea, this sign means "Electricity".
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Male 37,910
well, everyone has to eat don`t they?
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Male 61
Maybe they serve Vegeterian or German shepherds
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Male 1,929
Yes, but that is an ancient Chinese symbol which means..... Wait a minute. It says Hitler. Never mind.
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Male 19,879
Link: We Know China Loves Theme Restaurants... [Pic] [Rate Link] - But this cafe is really wrong and irresponsible.
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