180 comments

  • John W.
    08/03/2017 19:25

    Fun idea, but I doubt it.Hitler has the copyright on that, right?

  • Tony G.
    08/03/2017 17:23

    Why is it Hell ( comma ) no. That's bothering me. He said hell no! He didn't pause or anything. Nobody is named NO. There's no reason for a comma there.

  • Nickolas A.
    08/03/2017 03:53

    pretty liberal, but "hang them with the ropes they sell us" too

  • Cody M.
    08/02/2017 14:53

    Your retarded

  • Tichie K.
    08/02/2017 14:02

    Why now though?

  • Andrés R.
    08/02/2017 09:23

    Violates freedom of speech?! Yet the happy birthday song is trademarked?! ... this has nothing with violating freedom of speech since racist can still use it...they just gotta pay for it :)

  • Cody J.
    08/02/2017 04:38

    Ummm won't they just make a new symbol and use that? This doesn't solve anything. It's just a stupid childish game.

  • Milquiades D.
    08/02/2017 03:18

    You don't want to supress, by making it private and to expensive to buy. Lol

  • Drew P.
    08/02/2017 00:07

    Crystal cost 500 $ a bottle didnt stop poor getto black folk from buying it. Why would you think 25 $ dollar baby wipes would stop hilly billy nazis from buying items with there logo on it? 😂😂😂 fuckin FB always good for a laugh.

  • Aaron G.
    08/02/2017 00:02

    And read what's going wrong with trumps presidency. He just doesn't know how to run the government. Doesn't know any U.S. History, just a phony "patriot".

  • Thomas M.
    08/01/2017 22:11

    Well how much does it cost to trademark it

  • Johnny F.
    08/01/2017 21:06

    This is actually terrifying. If someone is capable of trademarking an international symbol, regardless of its meaning, whose to say thousands of companies wont be sued for using peace signs per say? Its a great intent, but this power could be used for just as much evil.

  • Kiki A.
    08/01/2017 20:56

    i am baffled, if the money goes to people of color of ethnicities, towards education, towards indigenous communities, protect our water and mother earth, all for it

  • Dylan P.
    08/01/2017 20:45

    The Swastika was appeared across many different cultures, it is now a racist symbol, but I don't know how he would trade mark it, it is like trademarking the letter F.

  • Logan M.
    08/01/2017 19:52

    Racism is a two way street dipshit...

  • Robert M.
    08/01/2017 19:08

    Yeah thats not going to happen lol

  • Jason V.
    08/01/2017 19:06

    Japanese Buddhists may have a problem with this, as the symbol belongs to them, before Hitler's stole it.

  • Corey A.
    08/01/2017 17:44

    So this is just a really roundabout way of censoring people. People are as free to say things as you are to hate them for it. Going through a whole trademark process just for the sake of keeping people you don't agree with from expression is just pathetic. How about you use logic and reason to make it so no one wants to wear a swastika?

  • Pablo C.
    08/01/2017 17:31

    Trade mark the N-word? Lol Black people will kill him too, as that word is also used to refer to another black guy as "my brother."

  • Tanner M.
    08/01/2017 17:26

    You cant trademark the nword and only prosecute racists. Youll have to prosecute black people too because trademark laws are a lot more strict requiring you to litigate or threaten litigation with a cease and desist on any offence in order to maintain the trademark

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