Marilyn Manson Jews and Nazis
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Recently Marilyn Manson created a logo shaped like a swastika. Manson was dropped from his label Interscope. Many say it was because of a song called Pretty as a Swastika. The Interscope label warned Marilyn Manson. David Geffen owns Interscope Geffen via Geffen Records. David Geffen's parents were Jewish immigrants. The news is reporting a rise in antisemitism throughout America. The unemployed are frustrated by hate. Bands are singing angry songs with logos in the shape of swastikas. Jewish actors are standing by the bands expression of creativity. They are Jewish, but they are foolish enough to think that hate crimes against Jews are a thing of the past. Their luxury lives have allowed them to forget the holocaust. Shia LaBeouf is a role model. In Hollywood, he has made films for franchises: Indiana Jones, Transformers, and Wall Street. Recently Marilyn Manson created a logo shaped like a swastika. Manson was dropped from his label Interscope. Many say it was because of a song called Pretty as a Swastika. The Interscope label warned him. He didn’t listen. Manson’s band members complained. They said Manson was using the band’s money to collect Nazi memorabilia. This came down to a court case. Manson was open about answering the questions. He agreed to the accusations. He collected memories of the Nazi war against the world that led to the extermination of the Jews. Marilyn Manson refers to his new music as Suicide Rock. Shia LaBeouf interviewed on TV before his fans. He told the world before his premier of Transformers that he would be directing a documentary about shock-rocker Marilyn Manson. Manson’s close friend and band member recently left Manson’s band. He expressed little hope in the continuing with the albums developed by Marilyn Manson. Shia LaBeouf is basically promoting a desperate rock star that is trying to shock his popularity back by attacking Jews with his art. Keyboardist Stephen Bier brought up Marilyn Manson's Antisemitic Nazi Music when Stephen Bier filed a breach of contract lawsuit for "sick and disturbing" purchases. Stephen 'Pogo' Bier accused Manson of using the band's funds to buy a giant collection of Nazi memorabilia. Marilyn Manson's record label at the time did not know how to react, but the label spent money promoting Manson anyway. Most executives seemed to stay silent, but that didn't keep Manson quiet. He appeared to retaliate in 2009 by coming out with a song titled Pretty as a Swastika. Now the record label executives were upset. The label dropped him, but Manson continued to come out fighting. New labels asked to represent Marilyn Manson's music. He insisted the old record label told him to take the swastika song off the album and replace the symbol with the symbol of a dollar bill ($). Business came first. Executives wanted to sell the lyrics with the Swastika, but hide the Swastika behind a dollar to avoid bringing attention to hate, anger against Jews as well as Antisemitism. Marilyn Manson created new images resembling a Swastika and a label in London requested to represent Manson from the United Kingdom to a global audience with worldwide publicity. The fight with his old label over banning Pretty as a Swastika as well as the fight with Stephen Bier over using the money collected to buy Nazi memorabilia was defended by Marilyn Manson. Thus Marilyn Manson was defending his antisemitism on his next website logo with four misdesigned 'M's like a broken cross similar to another Nazi Swastika theme in a musical genre Manson referred to as Suicide Rock.