Anti-Semitic Sugar Packets
This is interesting:
The Simon Wiesenthal Center has asked Croatia to stop the distribution of sugar packets featuring Hitler’s image.Apparently, these sugar packets have been on tables at cafes for months, and there was no public outcry at all. Glad I don't live in Croatia.
The Center has called on Croatian authorities to put an end to the production and distribution of sugar packets with Hitler’s image and printed anti-Semitic jokes.
The Center has issued a statement signed by its director Ephraim Zuroff, expressing its “disgust at the fact such a product could have been made at this day and age, in a country where the Holocaust was for the most part perpetrated by the local Nazi collaborators.”
Žarko Puhovski of the Croatian Helsinki Committee told B92 the most worrying aspect of the scandal was a lack of reaction in the Croatian society.