Why Was Wal-Mart Selling an ‘Arbeit Macht Frei’ Poster?


auschwitzWal-Mart, which is definitely one of the classiest places to shop, decided to make a mistake bigger than any of its stores: having a concentration camp poster up for sale on its website.

According to Heeb, the poster was available for purchase with the description: “Gate with the inscription Arbeit Macht Frei, Dachau Concentration Camp.” The item has since been removed from the Wal-Mart website.

Wal-Mart released a statement reading, “We were horrified to see that this item was on our site. We sincerely apologize, and worked quickly to remove it. The item was sold through a third-party seller on our marketplace. We have shared our disappointment with them and have learned they are removing the publisher of this item entirely from inventory.”

Guess Wal-Mart really does sell everything.


{Matzav.com Newscenter}

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  1. Walmart is not restricted hope but this is terrifying.

    Right move to remove it.

    Unbelievable that the soft touch of easy reality could be so fortified.

  2. I would love to buy a poster for my own collection! But right Wal-Mart was to remove it lest our haters get hold of it.

  3. no 1…your meds expired…you need a new batch, or a new Dr. Please….get the help you need. It’s disturbing to see you time and again with your gibberish……..you could get better.Really, they have amazing stuff out there today.

  4. To comment 6. Thanks for your austere hate. Or perhaps sinas chinam is your creed. Enjoy your own meds. I do think Hashem calls them “blame”. Rise and go label your own tombstone.