I just can’t believe it. I thought the Nazis had been wiped out in Germany 70 years ago, but apparently I was wrong. They just went underground and bided their time, until they could implement their new master-plan… to buy McDonald’s franchises and put up signs that hurt the feelings of random non-Aryan people residing in the country (Turks specifically in this case). This is like Holocaust 2.0.
A bilingual sign at a McDonald’s fast-food chain restaurant has been branded racist. The one in Turkish sends customers to a bad neighborhood, while the German one points to an upper-class area.
Am I the only person wondering why they’re even accommodating the Turks by having signs in their language at all? I don’t believe Turkish is an official language in Germany… at least not yet. That will almost certainly change of course, if Erdogan’s plan to have Turks in Europe outbreed the native Europeans and eventually take over the continent, succeeds.
Also, if I was to guess why the sign in Turkish sends people to a “bad neighbourhood”, it’s probably because that sign directs to a neighbourhood that is full of Turkish people.
An owner of three McDonald’s franchise restaurants in the German city of Mannheim found himself in a hot water after placing a bilingual sign at the doors his establishment, according to local media reports.
In saner times, the outrage would have been for having a sign in Turkish at all. You don’t make accommodations for the invaders who are trying to conquer and ethnically replace you.
As the restaurant in question was closing down, the owner Manfred Büch explained in a statement that he wanted to direct his customers to the two other ones he owned. The two languages pointed to very different locales, however.
Here’s what I’m wondering though. Lets say the signs were reversed, and the German language one directed people to the bad neighbourhood, and the Turkish one to the upper-class area. Would there be any controversy about “racism” then?
I think we already know the answer to that question…
The questionable signs drew criticism from members of the local Turkish community, which accused the restaurant owner of “racial segregation in 2017.”
Oh my God, it’s *current year*, and the big bad McDonald’s Nazi, is hurting the feelings of the Turkish invaders with his mean sign.
Do you want to know a place you can go, where you won’t have to be offended by racist signs anymore?
The restaurant owner promptly reacted to the criticism and took the controversial signs down. He stressed that he has owned the franchise restaurants for 25 years and there have been no racist incidents in his establishments, while a lot of “international employees” had been working in them.
“We have worked together with international employees for 25 years, every day without any racism. To be accused now of discrimination makes us speechless and sad,” Die Welt quoted Büch as saying.
Yeah… none of that will matter of course, because they were just looking for a witch hunt and an easy target to bully with accusations of racism, and congratulations, you gave them what they wanted, by giving in to their stupid demands, rather than standing your ground. They’re like sharks smelling blood in the water, or perhaps more appropriately, cockroaches smelling bits of food that fell under your fridge. Once they sense weakness in their target, they become relentless.
Büch insisted that he only meant to be “inclusive” for all his customers and that the signs were simply misunderstood, adding that he had ordered the controversial signs from a Turkish company.
I think this proves that he shouldn’t have bothered trying to do any nice things for them. It always ends up backfiring.
McDonald’s Germany reacted to the incident, calling it a “misunderstanding” and praising the restaurant owner for his swift reaction to the criticism.
“Discrimination has no place in our restaurants. This is clearly a misunderstanding, and we applaud the franchise owner for his swift reaction in removing the signs,” Die Welt quoted the fast food giant’s statement.
Not good enough McDonald’s. Think of all the hurt feelings this Nazi must have caused. The fact that you aren’t taking the franchises back from him and blacklisting him from ever owning another one, leads me to only one conclusion…
What a horrible tragedy this is. I can barely even imagine just how badly this must have hurt the feelings of these poor innocent victims. Hopefully Merkel will launch an investigation into this McDonald’s/Nazi connection, and make sure justice is done.