Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Adolf Can't Get His Name on a Cake

I've often wondered if anyone would name their kid Adolf. And I've also wondered what someone with the surname Hitler would do. But in this case, someone actually made the choice to name their kid Adolf Hitler.

Heath Campbell and his wife, Deborah, are upset not only with the decision made by the nearby ShopRite, which refused to decorate a cake for them that said "Happy Birthday, Adolf Hitler" on their son Adolf Hitler Campbell's 3rd birthday, but with public reaction since the story broke.

Campbell complained, "Other kids get their cake. I get a hard time. It's not fair to my children. How can a name be offensive?"

How? Someone show him a history book. But why should anyone be surprised. The family has a swastika in every room, and Heath Campbell wears that formerly belonged to a Nazi soldier. And he claims a relative was once in the SS.

They say they're not racist, but they don't believe in intermingling of races. Oh, and their other two children are JoyceLynn Aryan Nation and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie (the second of the two is named for Heinrich Himmler).

Hopefully they realize, though undoubtedly not, what a hell their kid's life is going to be.


Anonymous said...

Why is it ok for every other race to be proud of their heritage, but if a white person shows any pride we are labled racist or bad people? It's still a free country and all people have the right to be proud of who they are as long as they are not harming anyone else.

Anonymous said...

i'll make the kid a DOUBLE-layered cake my damn self.what,were their jews workin in the bakery? (make your own joke from there,lol) i bet a Palestenian would have made it. its ok for the boo-hoo-jews to terrorize them ON THEIR OWN LAND EVEN. anyway,make the kid a cake and put his damn name on it,fucking hell

Anonymous said...

It's one thing to be proud of your heritage, but most of us of European origin have the sense and the heart not to be proud of the genocidal part of our heritage. I'd even go so far as to suggest that proudly naming your child after someone who slaughtered so many people's relatives can't exactly be said not to be harming them; seeing someone honour their relatives' murderer by naming their child after him would understandably cause a lot of people a great deal of emotional distress. To suggest this is simply a case of political correctness shows an insensitivity to one's fellow human beings of epic proportion.

Anonymous said...

To the last person who posted on Dec 17th:


That is exactly what I was thinking.

I am German, and this story deeply offends me. I was actually shocked to hear that it would be "allowed" in the U.S. to give someone that name. I know in my country that would not happen!! Just like the swastika or the Hitler 'greeting' are illegal. As they should be. That crazy maniac Adolf Hitler, along with his crazy followers, exectued MILLIONS of people. Not "only" Jewish people, but Slavic ones, homosexuals, disabled people. No one should "honor" these disgusting crazy mass murderers or what they stood for by naming an innocent child after them. Period.

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It's still a free country and all people have the right to be proud of who they are as long as they are not harming anyone else.

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How can a name be so offensive....Its really dipressing.This shows that the people staying there are so conservative.