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British media fails to find any white racism to complain about

Due to the lack of actual white racism in Europe, the media has started demonizing Thor Steinar t-shirts like this.

A Hungarian man opened a store for an Arab-owned clothing line in London. Media and far-left groups are screaming “racism.” Why? Because some of the high dollar clothing items feature Norse/Viking imagery. Therefore it is “racist” clothing.

Thor Steinar was founded as a high dollar German clothing company with a Norwegian theme. It is currently owned by Arabs in the United Arab Emirate.

Extreme left-wing groups, desperate to claim something is “racist,” say the brand is favored in neo-nazi circles. Historically, neo-nazi and skinheads scenes in England and Europe have favored Levis jeans, Doctor Martin (Owned by Guess Jeans), Fred Perry, and Londsdale. The most famous Skinhead band, Skrewdriver, sings about wearing Levis jeans and Dr. Martin boots. Never has the media claiming any of these other brands would “attract racists.”

This entire asinine story is basically saying “we scoured England and could not find any actual cases of white racism.”

From UK Daily Mail…

A German clothing brand favoured by neo-Nazis has caused horror by opening a branch yards from the office of the UK’s Chief Rabbi.

Thor Steinar, which is notoriously worn by right-wing thugs, has been banned in the German Bundestag and many of the country’s football stadiums for its links to neo-Nazism.

But in a move described as ‘deliberately provocative,’ the first British store opened a fortnight ago in North Finchley, in the heart of the Jewish community.

The Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis is based a few doors away, as is the Islamic Association of North London, a mosque which serves the large local Muslim population.

Jewish and Muslim residents, charities and community leaders yesterday called for the shop to be boycotted amid fears it will attract racist thugs to the area.

Residents walking past said the store, manned by a heavily tattooed Slovakian man, was ‘scary,’ ‘confrontational’ and ‘offensive’, while charities described its opening as a ‘disgrace’.