Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on RedditShare on StumbleUponcomment this pageEmail this to someonePin on PinterestShare on LinkedInDigg thisShare on Tumblrfark this page

If there’s one thing Nazis love, it’s soccer—the sport of fascists!

Of course, that’s not actually true but the terraces can often be places where Neo-Nazis, racists, and bigoted people will shout racist unpleasantries to the players based on race, nationality or their ridiculous hairstyles (actually, that last one’s completely justified).

To combat such antisocial racist behavior hugely successful German club Borussia Dortmund have released a humorous video to show exactly where they stand on the issue.

Basically saying “f#ck you” to any of the neo-Nazis who give the sport a bad name.

And good on them for doing so.

——————————————————————————-

From Borussia Dortmund:
“With the production of this short film, we at BVB make our position unequivocally clear. We will not tolerate any far-right disposition in our stadium. Everyone who wants to enjoy top quality football is welcome – intimidation and discrimination have no place at our ground. Should anyone have the misguided belief that they can misuse our sport and Borussia Dortmund to spread their inhumane propaganda, then they should be in no doubt: The schwarzgelb family will stand firm against them!

We hope to create a domino effect with the film. Fans, sponsors, spectators and the rest of the league are all called upon to take up the fight against neo-Nazism together. It is the only way we can rid our stadia of such attitudes.

We at BVB make our position unequivocally clear.

We will not tolerate any far-right disposition in our stadium. Intimidation and discrimination have no place at our ground.
Should anyone have the misguided belief that they can misuse our sport and Borussia Dortmund to spread their inhumane propaganda, then they should be in no doubt: The schwarzgelb family will stand firm against them!

It is the only way we can rid our stadia of such attitudes.

Nazis and football do not go together!”

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on RedditShare on StumbleUponcomment this pageEmail this to someonePin on PinterestShare on LinkedInDigg thisShare on Tumblrfark this page
Loading...
music

When it comes to grandmas who rock, the 68 year-old lead singer of Grindmother is up there. It was back in 2015 that Canadian Rain Forest’s group…

culture

For any keen biker i’m sure you’ve all seen plenty of ‘How To Ride A Motorcycle’ videos as you get tips and prepare to take your two…

culture

Creative librarians, do they actually exist, is that phrase a paradox or maybe ‘Creative librarians’ is actually an oxymoron. Who knows? How about Books, can you remember…

culture

The grim and stark realities of the today’s world are brought to vivid and grotesque life by British animator and artist Steve Cutts. From the Banksy school…

entertainment

Whoah. The subject of incest is never something you can laugh at. Is it? Things take a turn for the disturbing in this funny short film by…

humor

‘Mate vs Mate’ prank wars makes you feel very grateful you don’t count internet prankster Shammi as a best friend, because if you did you could very…

Loading...
animals

If you have a pet, you are probably aware that there are times where they look at you in a certain way and it makes you wonder…

tech

So who needs a 4.2 billion pound super sewer then? Well, apparently London, the capital of England does funnily enough. Have you heard about it? The super…

humor

Adam Buxton, in case you don’t know him, is a British comedian who was one half of comedy duo Adam and Joe with Joe Cornish. They had…

futurism

It’s possible that the you sitting there is but one you in a multiverse of yous. Which means that there are many earths and many alternate realities….

animals

Derpy animals are everywhere, if you look hard enough, especially on Google image search. Perhaps you even have one as a pet. Derpy, if you needed reminding,…

culture

A billboard in Toronto is causing drivers to question the ethics of Wathan Funeral Home who proclaim in huge letters “Text and Drive.” The idea is that…