Jannetje Johanna (Jo) Schaft (16 September 1920 – 17 April 1945), was a Dutch communist resistance fighter during World War II. She became known as the girl with the red hair. Her secret name in the resistance movement was Hannie.
Let me introduce y’all to this fierce motherfucker right now - allow me to present HANNIE SCHAFT. DID YOU KNOW:
This suave-ass communist bamf would dress up as a boy and stand in doorways making out with the ladies until some German soldier came along and then she’d kill them in various gory ways.
She was kind of too radical for her own resistance group, i.e. they balked when she was like ‘Hell yes I’m going to learn to speak German fluently so I can sleep with (and therefore kill) more Nazis.’
Her last words were ‘Ik schiet beter!’ when her executioner wounded her with the first shot. I SHOOT BETTER. WHATEVER BITCHES, SCHAFT OUT.
The England national football team giving the Nazi salute before a match in Berlin, 1938. The players had been advised to do so as a form of appeasement. Fuck fascists, fuck those players and fuck anyone who tries to appease the illogical and hateful.
A neo-Nazi 1977 rally in Skokie, IL, a largely Jewish community, was the subject of a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision about the freedom to assemble. The high court ruled in favor of the neo-Nazis’ First Amendment protections — and yet, somehow, that didn’t seem to put an end to the extremists’ fears about a government conspiracy to deprive them of their liberties.
Pictured: A “sieg heil” from the 2009 rally.
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I hate Illinois Nazis.
Fuck you all.