Written by Jaggedone
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Topics: Nazi, Austria, bakery

Wednesday, 6 April 2011

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Austrian baker baked swastika cakes and is put up against the wall!

An Austrian baker, Herr Swashsticker (name changed for legal reasons) has been caught baking very "Nazi" cakes for his customers and consequently, is being prosecuted.

Austria, birth place of Adolf, has forbidden all Nazi memorabilia and denies having ever had anything to do with him, apart from allowing him to rule the place for a couple of years and welcoming him home with swastikas, pipe bands and raised right hands.

The baker only baked the cakes for modern-day Nazi's who requested them for their birthday parties. One had a SS helmet on it the other a figure of Adolf, etc.

Herr Swashsticker denies being a Nazi and also has baked Stalin cakes, Idi Amin cakes, Gadaffi cakes, Mugabe cakes, George Bush cakes and dead local politician, Joerg Haider cakes (he was pretty popular too) in fact any body who's a fan of a "Nazi" dictator can have their cakes baked by Herr Swashsticker, "what's the problem?"

Austrian prosecutors, determined to stop the baker baking his "Nazi" cakes, sentenced him to stand against the wall whilst a firing squad formed of socialists and Antifa's aimed cream "hammer and sickle" cakes at him and left him with a Hitler salute (hypocrites), Sieg Heil!

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