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Thank you @Etsy for the quick reaction and removing the item.
.@Etsy Please remove this. It is painful to Survivors and disrespectful to the memory of all victims of Auschwitz. pic.twitter.com/TIWWK2DEVG

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Omg what the hell is wrong with people? I’m so glad they’ve removed this
 
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Good. But I think they should have removed the seller completely.
 
 
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This is disgusting. #What‘s wrong with people? Do they think this is funny? Do they really know what was going on in the death camps? Thank you for your work, there‘s a lot education left to be done.
 
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The audacity forEtsy to have even consideredThis despicable item too late for apologies
 
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Hard to believe someone would sell this, harder to believe someone would wear it.
 
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Great that’s it’s been removed so quickly, but can this seller be investigated? @Etsy they will likely try their luck elsewhere, so please ensure the information is passed to the relevant police department. They should be held accountable.
 
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Now Etsy have reacted, maybe you should also remove the picture. It's disgusting. And thank you for being on top of this and all your work. Never forget, never again.
 
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But why was it allowed on there? Etsy are in the same position as any other retailer. This is like Debenhams selling an offensive T shirt and not removing it till someone complains.
 
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And kick the guy in the nuts for creating it.
 
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Good to see this being taken seriously. Last week's events, in particular, have woken people up to the dangers of neo-facism.
 
 
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Somewhere there was a decision making process that resulted in them selling that. Somewhere someone said yes. Someone decided that was ok. Someone decided it was good to design and make it. You can’t blame an algorithm, it was people that allowed and enabled that. Fight goes on.
 
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Should never have been there in the first place. What the hell were they thinking?
 
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Wie entsetzlich ist das denn...
 
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How the hell do these things get approved in the first place, the person that did this needs firing,😡
 
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should make a donation to the @AuschwitzMuseum at a minimum matching revenues associated with the sale of these items. And perhaps silent @teespring will follow suit.
 
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Shame! The responsable has to be arrested!
 
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Why was it on there in the first place?
 
 
 
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Yay Twitter! It can also be used for Good. Never forget that.
 
In reply to @AuschwitzMuseum
The fact that @AuschwitzMuseum has to do this...
 
Bad enough. Seems to be no "quality control" within @Etsy. Disgusting.
 
 
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My god. Thank you for your vigilance.
 
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