Originally Posted by Abraxis
Shrug, I'm not the one writing the letter. I just think your point is weak. I'm chinese and can speak fluent mandarin but somehow I've managed to live my life swastika free! Maybe my parents didn't love enough to hook me up.
As far as nazi agenda or not I doubt its anything more than poor taste. Were they aware of how their product may be perceived? I feel like they did which is what in my mind makes it poor taste. Are these artists that are willing to sacrifice perception to stay true to their vision? Maybe, but doubtful.
i dont know man why your parents never taught you that. i lived next to some indians that had occasional religious rituals where they would place "swastikas" made with red sand outside their door with candles. this symbol is so prevalent in india it would blow your mind.....they put them on doors, rings, temples, buildings, cars, cakes, etc. when i first saw the picture of the shoe i did not think nazi. i thought indian.