Trojan T-shirts trick revellers at neo-Nazi festival
Thursday 11 August 2011
Festival goers at a nationalist, right-wing concert in Germany were taken by surprise when souvenir T-shirts they were given had a secret anti-far right message that emerged only after being washed.
The slogan on the shirts first read "hardcore rebels" along with a skull and nationalist flags. But once washed, the slogan turned into a message from a group urging people to break ties with the neo-Nazi scene.
"If your T-shirt can do it, you can do it too – we'll help you get away from right-wing extremism," reads the slogan on the shirts after their first wash.
The anti-far right shirts were handed to 250 people at a "Rock for Germany" concert in Gera by organisers after they had been donated anonymously.
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