"Nazi LEGO" Doll is Sold on Amazon, Customers Initiates a Petition for Removing This Product
According to the French newspaper The European Times, a German father named Manuel Hegel recently wanted to find a suitable LEGO doll for children. He accidentally found a LEGO doll is dressed with Nazi uniformed. He then initiated a petition to ban Nazi dolls and received hundreds of signatures.
It is reported that these LEGO dolls are small and look like the original LEGO dolls. Dolls are called "Wolfgang" or "Heinz" and have the uniform of the German Defense Forces. You can see Nazi eagle and iron cross and skull and other symbols in uniforms.
Hegel initiated a petition online asking Amazon to remove Nazi video toys. Hegel states: "These soldiers represent the darkest and most inhuman regime in the history of the world, and children playing these toys, accepting these symbols, their uniforms and their weapons without their own knowledge, it will have an immeasurable impact on the worldview shape of children. "
Therefore, I strongly recommend that people boycotted such doll makers and asked Amazon to act with caution, and any reasonable citizen would not want to see such toys, but now they may fall into the hands of children. "So far, Already, 500 people have signed the petition.
Martina Stein, LEGO spokesman, said: "It is our responsibility as a toy manufacturer to create creative, imaginative and high-quality toys to enhance children's imagination and creativity, but Nazi uniform soldier toys are not LEGO products. Such products are contrary to the values of the LEGO Group and we will never manufacture or license them. "