Nazi Cosplay: Taiwanese Students Dress up as Nazi Soldiers as Part of School Parade
A group of Taiwanese students stepped into worldwide infamy by parading around as Nazi soldiers at a cosplay event last Friday.
The incident happened during the annual celebration at Kuang Fu High School in the northern city of Hsinchu. History teacher Liu Hsi-cheng said his students voted to dress up as Nazis for the festivities, rejecting his own idea of an Arabic cosplay theme, reported Taiwan’s Apple Daily newspaper.
The students wore black Nazi uniforms with swastika armbands and waved Nazi flags. One even rode in a cardboard tank and performed the the Nazi salute. When photos of the parade were shared on the school’s Facebook page, as well as an online academic bulletin board, they went viral, and sparked outrage in Taiwan.
The posts were taken down and the school children apologized, later holding an educational day where they learned about the Holocaust.
Father Of Child Named Adolf Hitler Fights For Child Custody
Dressed in a Nazi uniform, Heath Campbell marched into a New Jersey courthouse to petition a family court judge to allow him to see his youngest son.
“I’m going to tell the judge, I love my children. I wanna be a father, let me be it,” Campbell told NBC 10 Monday before court proceedings. “Let me prove to the world that I am a good father.
Campbell named his children after nazis. Later, they were taken away by child social services for alleged abuse.
By: Michael Schwartz