r/HolUp Oct 01 '22 Wholesome 2 Bravo! 2 Silver 5 Helpful 4

An apartments tile entrance found in Berlin

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u/ReDeRiK2021 Oct 01 '22 Silver Helpful

That's really nice tile work, very clean and symmetrical and oh I see it now.

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u/Timmah73 Oct 01 '22 Gold

I knew exactly what I was looking for, still took me a sec but there it was lol

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u/hinterstoisser Oct 01 '22

It’s a Hindu symbol, later adopted by Buddhism and other Far East denominations

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u/Honeyardeur Oct 02 '22

It's also a very old Indigenous North American symbol

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u/The1Bonesaw Oct 02 '22

In the words of the great philosopher, Inspector Clouseau, after destroying a piano and being told "That's a priceless Steinway"...

"Not anymore..."

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u/krssonee Oct 02 '22

Yeaaaaa but it’s mostly a swastika. They kinda ruined it for everyone else.

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u/sittytuckle Oct 02 '22

Lol someone always posts this fact like nobody knows about it any time a swastika is around. The person you're replying to is also making a joke.

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u/Electrical-Yellow340 Oct 01 '22

That's also true they stole so much

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u/PapaRigpa Oct 01 '22

In Glendale, California the same symbol can be found circling the base of old brass lampposts on many streets. It's much older and more benign than the tilted Nazi version. You might also check out the 'Bellamy salute' used by school children prior to WWII. Context is everything.

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u/OpenRoadPioneer Oct 01 '22

Yeah, I did nazi that at first glance

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u/SkoomaSmokingStan Oct 01 '22

It’s pretty evident if you only focus on the whites…

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u/WhaevaLilDude Oct 01 '22

You sir! Are schmuah! For that gem!!

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u/Impossible-Sleep-658 Oct 01 '22

I did… got dizzy and Blacked out.

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u/Preparation-Logical Oct 01 '22 Silver All-Seeing Upvote

Is there something I'm naziing?

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u/beereed Oct 01 '22 Silver All-Seeing Upvote

It’s reich there!

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u/xiancaldwell Oct 01 '22

They did a heil of job.

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u/ThinkSoftware Oct 01 '22

Just Gestop it guys

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u/DrCoffeeveee Oct 01 '22

Move fuhrer back and you’ll see it.

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u/VinVanTheTinCan Oct 01 '22

Guys stop it. All of these jokes are putting me out of Mein Kampfhert zone

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u/1138311 Oct 01 '22

Yeah, this entire train is just rezykloning old Hun puns.

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u/CKHobbes Oct 01 '22

You're Guerring to make me upset with all these jokes

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u/triclops6 Oct 01 '22

Anne Frankly idk how you missed it

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u/VelvetJefferson Oct 02 '22

Well, don't Hitler over the head with it. She will see it.

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u/ZaggRukk Oct 02 '22

I couldn't see it at first. So, I tilted my phone to the reich. Still couldn't see it. So I turned it again. I finally got it on the second reich.

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u/MafiaMommaBruno Oct 01 '22

Jew seeing it too?!

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u/muffinmamamojo Oct 01 '22

Jew just have to look closer!

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u/HatRemarkable8381 Oct 02 '22

Jew guys are terrible

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u/trbochrg Oct 01 '22

Well, there's an award well spent. Enjoy!

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u/ReDeRiK2021 Oct 01 '22

Thank you!

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u/mhoner Oct 01 '22

Once you see it, it can’t be unseen.

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u/BlueShift42 Oct 01 '22

It’s a shame that shape got ruined.

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u/awakami Oct 01 '22

Just takes one guy to ruin it fooorevvver

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u/Fuzzybo Oct 02 '22

We had all these nice things, and then there was that one guy…

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u/Alternative_Lion_765 Oct 02 '22

It's only ruined to people who cling to the past. Its still very much used in many temples and hindu sects across India. The only people who give him power are those who can't stop bringing him up in every situation. It's just a symbol.

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u/NTFGWrites Oct 02 '22

I think it goes a bit beyond that, my friend. If I may, please allow me to try my hand at explaining what I mean when I say that…

The meaning of words and symbols changes over time. Language evolves over time, as does the interpretation of symbols.

Get a print of a swastika - soften the lines or whatever you need to do to make it match the older look before the nazis adopted it (I’m no expert and don’t know the exact differences).

Put that print on a t-shirt. Large and bold, right there on the front of the t-shirt, bold and dark on a white or light shirt.

Now wear that shirt out in public.

Maybe, just maybe, a person or two will talk to you and let you explain you’re going for the ancient Hindu meaning. But that’s not the most likely outcome. You’ll receive overwhelmingly negative reactions; you may very well suffer violence.

It doesn’t matter what you think the meaning is, because society at large has their own thoughts and will respond as such. It won’t be pretty.

“It’s just a symbol,” you stated. — The whole point of a symbol is to express something much longer, larger, and more complicated or complex in a smaller, more efficient way. Symbols are meant to represent something, by their very nature. Despite its much longer history, to society at large, that symbol represents Nazism (sp?). When you slap it on something front and center, the interpretation will overwhelmingly be an expression of support for the Nazi Party, Hitler, etc.

It reminds me of a scene in Clerks 2. Without explaining the entire bit in detail (I don’t have that time), one character’s grandmother used to use the pejorative term “porch monkey” towards him. He wasn’t aware of the racial meaning behind the slur and thought it simply meant “a lazy person.” When he’s criticized for his use of it, he emblazons his work jacket/overcoat with the words “Porch Monkey 4 Life.” When he receives horrified looks and gasps, he responds with, “Don’t worry, I’m taking it back,” much to the disdain of his friends/coworkers, who have tried to explain that he can’t erase decades of ignorant racism by interpreting the phrase as he sees it.

Gotta say, I see some parallels here. Go ahead and try emblazoning and large swastika in your t-shirt and explaining to horrified passerby, “Don’t worry, I’m taking it back!”

(It’s late at night and I’m beyond exhausted. If this post turns out to be riddled with spelling/grammar issues and consists mostly of barely-coherent babbling, I truly am sorry and you have my apologies.)

Namaste, friends.

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u/pn1159 Oct 01 '22

Oh fuck. I had to go back and take another look. If you had said nothing I would have just admired the tile job and moved on.

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u/RobtheNavigator Oct 01 '22

Yeah, assumed I was on r/OddlySatisfying or something until I finally noticed the swastikas

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u/purpletube5678 Oct 01 '22

Yes, superior tile work. Master tile work. The final solution of tile work.

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u/Jonk3r Oct 01 '22

Underrated comment. Very sick and underrated indeed.

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u/Cannacology Oct 01 '22

“It’s going to be a maze”

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u/purpletube5678 Oct 01 '22

Omigod... Joshua was racist. That came out of nowhere.

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u/cgriff32 Oct 01 '22

Some are just natural jumpers

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u/im_acutuallyagirl Oct 01 '22

This is what made me realize what it was 😭

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u/ReDeRiK2021 Oct 01 '22

Pretty sure it's a floor

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u/DragoniamYT Oct 01 '22

Just take my upvote

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u/EinsTwo Oct 01 '22

u/MajesticAbalon is a bot.

This incomplete sentence was stolen from u/PacMan-9 's comment.

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u/Big_Dick_I_Got2304 Oct 01 '22

When Nazis go down They mean floor

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u/Haunting-Ad-8619 Oct 02 '22

I didn't see it until I read your comment & took another look. Sly bastards.

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u/IRazor1911I Oct 01 '22

Not only berlin, im in freiburg, and some of the houses got the same floor.

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u/haleloop963 Oct 01 '22

This is actually normal in some places. If you visit an old building in England you can see the same symbol on the building

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u/IRazor1911I Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 21 '22

Afaik the symbol orginates from India.

EDIT: Symbol is all over the world (lol)

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u/ArnoldFoerster Oct 01 '22

The symbol is native to Europe as well. It has been widely used as an ornament since the iron age but gained popularity in façade and tilework throughout the Roman empire. It was very common in 19th century buildings, but it’s tarnished now because everyone links it to the nazis

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u/TheJudgeWillNeverDie Oct 01 '22

I'm gonna be so pissed if the Russians ruin the letter Z.

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u/haleloop963 Oct 01 '22

Yep and has been used world wide

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u/equality-_-7-2521 Oct 01 '22

Ya there's a firehouse here in PA, USA that has a swastika on it. But it was built in 1920 before the Nazis ruined the swastika so it's actually still up there.

I see it every time I take the train to Philly.

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u/Substantial-Owl1167 Oct 01 '22

I’m curious as to when Glenside Fire Station is going to take down the swastika on their building. It's been there since the 1920s, so obviously it's not purposefully a swastika, but it also hasn't been taken down.

wtf is this sort of logic

via twitter

Ah

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u/aaaahahahhahahhhaha Oct 01 '22

No. The nazi one is diagonally oriented compared to either the right-facing sun swastika or the left-facing moon sauwastika.

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u/aaaahahahhahahhhaha Oct 01 '22

Swastika is a sanskrit word that the practically completely historically illiterate HIitty did NOT use to describe the symbol he called a HAKENKREUZ. The hakenkreuz is an old Christian symbol Hlityy grew up around representing a cross broken by the power of christ. It is a symbol that exalts the delusion of man conquering nature.

The Swastika comes from the word swasti, which is a blessing of good luck. The swastika itself symbolizes the sun when it is right-facing. It is symbolic of the good that comes when man recognizes his place as part of nature and is subservient to it.

Very different messages from very similar symbols.

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u/rnobgyn Oct 01 '22

It’s used worldwide in ancient civilizations - it’s a neat symbol that we associated with peace until the Nazi’s came around

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u/Laphad Oct 01 '22

It's meaning varied depending on the culture it wasn't some universal peace symbol

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u/rhen_var Oct 01 '22

It’s a really aesthetically pleasing and simple symbol. Sometimes I’m just absentmindedly doodling in a notebook I find myself starting to draw it before realizing it. It’s a shame the Nazis had to ruin it.

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u/BankSpankTank Oct 01 '22

It's part of Baltic culture too. It's overall very common it seems.

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u/Draked1 Oct 01 '22

There’s multiple early 1900’s shops in Galveston, TX that have swastika tiling

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u/nomofica Oct 01 '22

Are they pre-war construction? The swastika was actually quite common in such tile work prior to the Nazi appropriation of the symbol.

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u/PM_ME_UR_COVID_PICS Oct 01 '22

The county courthouse in downtown Birmingham, Alabama was built in 1931 and has swastikas on it. Every few years they run a news article about it to remind people that this was a common symbol before WWII.

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u/Present_Creme_2282 Oct 01 '22

We have houses in PA with the swastikas built into them....they were built pre war

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u/pegcity Oct 01 '22

The chemistry building at the University of Manitoba has more obvious swastika tiling, it pre-dated nazi use by a long, long way.

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u/okiedog- Oct 01 '22

Freiburg is beautiful.

The only way I can describe it to other Americans is “it’s like a Disney village” but even better.

Feierling has the best beer I have ever tasted.

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u/SpaceCricket Oct 01 '22

Hey we’re visiting Freiburg right now. Got any recommendations for something to do on a Sunday?

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u/Chef_BoyarB Oct 01 '22

Im breisgau? I'm jealous!

Go hike up the Schlossburg! Such great views, I don't recall if the biergarten is open on Sundays, but that is such a cheerful place.

Brauerei Feierling is classic.

Seepark picnic if it's decent weather.

If you want to get a little out of town, Staufen is where Geothe's inspiration for Faust is from. It's like a miniature Freiburg with Bächle and a small castle as well. The Feldberg is also about an hour out of town is the tallest mountain outside of the Alps in Germany.

If not any of these things, just walk through the Altstadt, enjoy the gelato, get a piece of Flammkuchen while you're at it, and take it all in!

I hope you enjoy your stay.

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u/1whomostfuckturkeys Oct 01 '22

Oh shit took me Like 20 secs to see it

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u/Patient-Grocery8871 Oct 01 '22

I still don't get it.

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u/threepete13 Oct 01 '22 Silver Take My Energy

Swastikas where the corners meet

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u/Patient-Grocery8871 Oct 01 '22

Ahhh. Now that I saw it, it's so obvious. Silly me!

Thank you!

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u/wysiwywg Oct 01 '22

No, you just have a pure soul that doesn’t see evil in things.

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u/Mattlh91 Oct 01 '22

Actually you're just stupid

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u/Affectionatekickcbt Oct 01 '22

Most Valued Comment

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u/wermad Oct 01 '22

Thank you!!! Been staring for about 1/2 an hour now..

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u/Ol-DirtMcgirt Oct 01 '22

20 sec? Maaan I spend a good two minutes

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u/cactusjackalope Oct 01 '22

Does it date to the Nazi era or before?

There's a restaurant in New Orleans that has a swastica floor that dates to pre-WW1. They have to keep a note by the door explaining it.

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u/McNasti Oct 01 '22

Probably before. Many buildings in berlin are from around 1900.

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u/SuperSMT Oct 02 '22

Doesn't meen it couldn't have been re-floored in the 40s

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u/Changoleador Oct 01 '22

Maybe then it subconsciously inspired what came next in some sort

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u/Seigmoraig Oct 01 '22

According to Wikipedia, the symbol has been around since at least 500 BCE

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u/sighdoihaveto Oct 01 '22 Silver Take My Energy

Seems about reich.

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u/bosnianow2002 Oct 01 '22 Take My Energy

I did Nazi that coming

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u/Oo__II__oO Oct 01 '22

Very ssnazi looking tile

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u/Confiden423 Oct 01 '22

I know reich?

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u/wermad Oct 01 '22

Hitlarious!

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u/HermesWasFemale Oct 01 '22

Never thought I’d see the DDay!

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u/CrossCuntryTours Oct 01 '22

I don't get it. Looks like a normal apartment heilway to me.

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u/11711510111411009710 Oct 01 '22

very clean and symmetrical and

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u/someguy_626 Oct 01 '22

Jew didn’t?

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u/Changoleador Oct 01 '22

I actually had to Concentrate to see it

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u/Electronic-Shame7420 Oct 01 '22

It's gonna be holocostly for whoever designed these 😬

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u/-the-dude-_ Oct 01 '22

I'm tired of nazi jokes. it's so fucked up and stupid; anne frankly they should be illegal.

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u/purpletube5678 Oct 01 '22

It's the final solution of flooring.

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u/NoSuchAg3ncy Oct 01 '22

Sieg Tile!

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u/purpletube5678 Oct 01 '22

Ok, I'm gonna give you the benefit of the doubt that you didn't steal that from another pun thread, and I'm gonna say fucking heil, that's beautiful.

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u/NoSuchAg3ncy Oct 01 '22

Swastika few seconds to see it.

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u/Intrepid-Storage7241 Oct 01 '22

Fuhrer people notice it immediately because of the extended lines.

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u/NoSuchAg3ncy Oct 01 '22

Heil bet you're right.

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u/ItsAlkron Oct 01 '22

I've had a fair bit of bourbon and this was exactly the hint I needed. Thanks!

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u/TheDankJedi420 Oct 01 '22

This is probably from 20+ years before the Nazis took power. A lot of buildings built around 1900 in Europe and America have swastika decals. It was a fairly popular symbol that was ruined by the Nazis. Similar to how the toothbrush mustache was popular before Hitler ruined it.

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u/greenredyellower Oct 02 '22

Poor guy just wanted to be cool and he ruined an entire style and symbol, dang

/s

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u/Lordzombie2224 Oct 01 '22

This is what a real "hol up" means

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u/The_Maddest Oct 01 '22

I stared for like 45 seconds and just as I thought “oh great. Another fucking post that isn’t a hol - ayo holup”.

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u/QPhillyFEP18 Oct 01 '22

Seems like it’s been a while since I’ve seen a true hol up in this sub. I am a r/all visitor though.

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u/TheRavenSayeth Oct 01 '22

At first I assumed this had something to do with The Shining.

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u/neopod9000 Oct 01 '22

I did IT work at a country club once with a coworker. I reme.ber some slightly off-color comment to my non-white coworker from someone while we were there and when he and I were in private I asked him if he noticed that.

He said, yes, but not as prominently as he noticed the carpet, but to be careful because I wouldn't be able to unsee it.

Yeah, the carpet was a bunch of repeating swastikas.

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u/isurvivedrabies Oct 01 '22

yeah it's too bad the nazis fucked up the swastika, it's a neat design and works geometrically with other designs quite well

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u/TheOnlySafeCult Oct 01 '22

Now it can only be used in a spiritual context

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u/TheRealChrome_ Oct 01 '22

They stole it from Buddhists and Hindus

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u/squngy Oct 01 '22

True, but swastikas appeared all over the world throughout time and all of them are ruined now.

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u/TheRealChrome_ Oct 01 '22

I feel like if you use them within the context they’re intended to then it’s okay. But you can’t have a swastika on a backpack or something and claim it’s a Buddhist symbol anymore

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u/MelodicFacade Oct 01 '22

When I was in architecture college, we had a lot of design projects. The two shapes to avoid in every classe were either phallic, or Nazi in nature. Because yup, once you see it, you'll never unsee it

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u/acog Oct 01 '22

So what you're saying is that vagina wallpaper is fine, got it!

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u/cookedsushi Oct 01 '22

They love those

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u/htsab Oct 01 '22

That's looks like a pretty mosai..... Ohhhh now I see the problem

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u/Raj_Mallick Oct 01 '22

Happy to see old coca cola logo and old Finnish air force logo

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u/dylsekctic Oct 01 '22

It's a really common pattern and isn't nazi just because they decided to put it on a flag tho. Just saying

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u/SacredBinChicken Oct 01 '22

Similar tile pattern was posted on r/Brisbane the other day.

Don’t think they had Nazis tilers in Australia back then.

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u/euphorrick Oct 01 '22

Oh cool. They're into Sikhism

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u/PZYCLON369 Oct 01 '22

Hinduism Buddhism .... List goes onnn

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u/jason9t8 Oct 01 '22

Swastika was used by so many religions...

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u/Oh_boi_OwO Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

Isn't the nazi swastika at a 45 degree angle though?

Edit: Not always, got it.

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u/gamma55 Oct 01 '22

The angled swastikas are a pretty common symbol all over the protogerman area, or Northern Europe, dating back more than 1000 years

So unless people living in say Denmark around year 800 were Nazis, the angle was hardly developed by Nazi Germany.

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u/BrookeBaranoff Oct 01 '22

https://qz.com/1757244/can-the-swastika-ever-reclaim-its-original-meaning/amp/

More info if anyone is curious on the history and the coop rebranding behind this symbol.

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u/Randinator9 Oct 01 '22

It's crazy how such a simple shape that humans have probably made, remade, and drawn or placed and built and sculpted time and time again for thousands of years...

Got ruined by some overgrown brat that scarred all of Europe and had orchestrated the deaths of millions.

I hate fascism.

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u/BigChungo1009 Oct 01 '22

Wow that looks so goo... WAIT A MINUTE

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u/One_pop_each Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

This is a real hol’ up bc I almost just kept scrolling, pissed, and then I saw it

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u/rikkinikki68 Oct 01 '22

Oh nein he didnt!

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u/PacMan-9 Oct 01 '22

It's probably a house from the 30s or 40s, right?

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u/McNasti Oct 01 '22

More like sometime between 1870 and 1915.

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u/BrutalSwede Oct 01 '22

Swastikas were a super common pattern before it was associated with the Nazis. Could be from any period prior to the 1940's really.

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u/RozhkiNozhki Oct 01 '22

Likely. Plenty of artifacts still around from that time.

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u/Am1ga500 Oct 01 '22

this has nothing to do with nazi swastikas.

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u/No-Primary1604 Oct 01 '22

Propably older.

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u/Chode_of_Justice Oct 01 '22 Wholesome

Did anyone nazi it? Look closely

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u/SirarieTichee_ Oct 01 '22

First impression: wow that's gorgeous

After looking though the comments: oh 😬

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u/EmotionalSupportGuy Oct 01 '22

I initially thought this is r/mildlyinfuriating and expected a misplaced tile until I realized what sub I'm on.

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u/sin-thetik Oct 01 '22

Oh, that's pretty! I love the older buildings that show they really cared about style and appearance and . . . oh, wait.

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u/D3rpyDucky24 Oct 01 '22

There is an old retirement home in Tampa, Florida that has a similar pattern on their floor. Someone told me that it had something to do with operation paperclip but I haven't heard of nazis living in tampa at the time.

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u/angrystudent94 Oct 01 '22

What I don’t see anythi- oh

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u/Sharp-Nefariousness0 Oct 01 '22

it took me like five minutes to know what's wrong god damn

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u/DemandNice420 Oct 01 '22

Did nazi that coming

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u/ginger__snappzzz Oct 01 '22

Should be the tagline for r/accidentalswastika

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u/lankancookie Oct 01 '22

For the uneducated in the comments. It's not a swastika, it's a hakenkreuz. Big difference

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u/Plotees_the_third Oct 01 '22

Wow, very cool. I did not expect to see such a spiritual Eastern symbol here in Berlin. I wonder if there is any historical significance?

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u/EdithDich Oct 01 '22

Your comment inspired so many bots.

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u/Moppy_the_mop Oct 01 '22

Wait, what is the joke? I'm too dumb to get it...

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u/McNasti Oct 01 '22

Many buildings in berlin are from the so called “Gründerzeit”(roughly 1870 until the start of the first world war). It is very likely (i am almost certain) that this floor is from that time. This means that this floor predates the NSDAP and thus is not connected to any nazisymbolism.

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u/Lemjain Oct 01 '22

Bildung is probably really old, maybe built between 1933 and 1945

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u/account-not-found- Oct 01 '22

Tell me you're a racist without telling me you're a racist.

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u/DoubleAGee Oct 01 '22

An actual HolUp

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u/runAroundtown915 Oct 01 '22

As soon as I double tapped picture I noticed what’s going on here

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u/justanaccount80 Oct 01 '22

I have a very dirty mind.

I saw penises.

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u/ScenesofAnger Oct 01 '22

Yes, but there are also nazi symb- i mean, that's so dumb, where'd you see a penis, silly person?? 😶

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u/Jaadu23 Oct 01 '22

I saw it, and now I cannot unsaw it

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u/jason9t8 Oct 01 '22

It was and always is the meaning of good luck, good karma and wealth. But since Hitler used SWASTIKA as his flag symbol by these means. People outside India still criticizes it. But its still holy for us. By seeing this Hitler does not comes in our minds. You can still see that on our doorsteps...

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u/Nobodepop Oct 02 '22

I knew exactly what I was supposed to look for but it still took a while

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u/Loonie-1707 Oct 01 '22

Love the tilework, it shows the Buddhist sign of- no your right it is the other thing

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u/8th_borne Oct 01 '22

Hail Hydra

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u/dpforest Oct 01 '22

By this logic, every single chain link fence is a nazi