Thought Police Investigate “Nazi” Salutes at the Dachau Concentration Camp
Two Finnish men allegedly filmed themselves giving the salute at the camp.
Local police in Bavaria, Germany, say two men allegedly filmed themselves in Dachau giving the National Socialist salute in front of Jourhaus, the entrance to the concentration camp.
While there were allegedly three visitors with them, it was two who gave the salute.
The alleged perpetrators recorded themselves displaying the patriotic sign. A witness also apparently recorded the event. The men later said they were drunk, and they gave the salute "as a joke."
It was announced that the men did not know that raising the National Socialist salute is banned in Zionist Occupied Germany.
Each man has been been given a lifetime ban from Dachau, and a police investigation is underway.
The National Socialist salute, Hitler salute or Sieg Heil salute was a greeting used since the 1920s and performed by extending the right arm into the air with a straightened hand. It is illegal in Zionist Occupied Germany and considered an offence punishable by up to three years in prison.