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Netizens react to pro-Nazi Cavite tricycle driver who flaunts the swastika symbol on his vehicle

It showed a swastika, the symbol of Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime, in front of the cart.

A tricycle driver in Cavite has gone viral on social for placing a swastika sticker on his vehicle.

The photo of the tricycle was first shared on Facebook group Cavite Florida ng Pinasposting on May 1.

It showed a swastika, the symbol of Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime, in front of the cart.

The person who took the photo had the chance to interact with the driver.

He asked him, “Ano pong symbol yan, Kuya?”

The driver responded, “Nazi yan. Kay Hitler yan. Ibig sabihin nyan disiplina.“

Netizens were shocked to see someone in the Philippines supporting Hitler.

Some blamed the lack of education people get in the country.

The swastika symbol, which originally was a symbol of good fortune and well-being in many cultures–is now commonly viewed negatively because of its association with Nazi Germany and the atrocities committed during World War II, including the Holocaust.

The Nazis adopted the swastika as their emblem, and its use in this context has forever tarnished its meaning for many people.

Many countries have banned the usage of the swastika symbol, particularly in public displays or as a symbol of hate speech or white supremacy.

In Germany, it is illegal to display the swastika or any other Nazi symbol in public, and offenders can face fines or imprisonment.

Other countries, such as Austria, Hungary, and Israel, also have laws banning the use of the swastika symbol in certain contexts.

Written by Charles Teves

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