Prom nights and school dances are probably the most important thing to teenagers, especially upon their first contact with raging hormones. So it’s understandable that some of them go crazy just to have a prom date. However, two high school students took things a little too far(-right) with their Nazi-inspired dance invitation, complete with a Nazi salute.
The said high school students were from Minnesota’s Minnetonka High School. The school had an upcoming dance party and dance invitation contests were getting creative on social media. So two students came up with a dance invitation to make “heighten the emotions” of their dates, they even posted a photo of the invitation to social media:
In case you’re having problems with images, here’s what their dance invitation says: “Sweethearts would be a Hit(ler) w/ you, and I could Nazi myself going w/ anyone else. Be Mein? Yes or Nein?” To top that bitter cake with a rotten cherry, the two were also doing the “Heil Hitler” salute and were really committed to their propaganda-fueled quest for prom partners.
However, to make each other seem a little less racist (yes, really), one of the students who posed in the photo and posted it online also added the caption saying, “Also I would like to state that I am not anti-Semitic in any way. I hate all races equally.”
Soon after (but not soon enough), the school officials caught wind of the anti-Semitic dance invitation and the students deleted the post. The school officials then assured the local community that in no way the anti-Semitic gesture aligns with their school values. It is not known whether the students who did the dance invitation were punished for their misdeeds.
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Source : socialnewsdaily