Skip to comments.German newspaper is accused of anti-Semitic propaganda
Posted on 02/27/2014 9:37:20 AM PST by Borges
...over cartoon depicting Mark Zuckerberg as big-nosed octopus
The German newspaper, Süddeutsche Zeitung, has been accused of anti-Semitism after it published a cartoon depicting Mark Zuckerberg as an octopus controlling the world. The cartoon was published in the newspaper last Friday after the announcement that Facebook had purchased Whatsapp. Two versions were published, one with the caption Krake Zuckerberg, the other Krake Facebook Facebook Octopus and Zuckerberg Octopus. In the drawing, the 29-year-old Facebook founder is portrayed with a hooked nose, fleshy lips and curly hair, features ascribed to Jewish people in Nazi cartoons.
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He’s got a big nose. (One big noser to another)
And what does he really look like?
I don’t understand why it is anti-semitic...
Getting that nazi itch?
That’s a big nose... Unless he’s 6 foot 8.
Looks like a lighter version of me with less of a fro
The cartoon has a cartoonish resemblance to Mr. Zuckerberg’s face
Eh, maybe, I don’t think that I would have gotten the joke with just an ‘f’ on his hat. Maybe put one of those ‘like thumbs’ in there somewhere.
Unless they had a picture of him next to the cartoon, I wouldn’t have known who it was supposed to be. However, when you do see his photo, the cartoon resembles him.
Nice cherry picking there.
I accuse Zuckerberg of being anti-American.
I took the Wiki photo.
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