Absolutely. It was a song about the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp apparently written from the viewpoint of an SS guard who was happy to be assigned there because it was a plum assignment safe behind enemy lines and a guard could steal as much loot as he could carry from the victims.
The British were very proud of their role in liberating the death camp, and a punk singer singing from the viewpoint of one of England's most despised enemies was designed to shock and offend the proper English establishment that the punks hated.
Basically it paints a tableaux of a fat, greedy Nazi REMF killing Jews for fun and profit.
I believe that the original Sex Pistols vocalist Johnny Rotten admits the song was indefensible.
I wonder if Bell Canada is now offering it as a ring tune. /sarc