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PIC: Controversial Sinn Féin 'Nazi' Image Deleted After Meme Was Posted On Facebook By Ógra Group

By Darragh Berry

September 28, 2018 at 10:23am

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An image posted by Ógra Shinn Féin which suggested that there is links between Fine Gael and Nazis has been deleted.

The meme was posted on the Sinn Féin Facebook page with a headline reading "5 examples of successful rebranding."

The picture shows brands like Google, Lego, Fed Ex and Starbucks and how their logo has changed over the years.

Then, at the very bottom there is a nazi symbol with an arrow that points across to the Fine Gael logo.

Fine Gael Nazi

Credit: Reddit

The picture has since been deleted but no apology or statement has been released by the group regarding the matter.

As described on their website: "Ógra Shinn Féin is a movement for young people, led by young political activists.

"Our role is to campaign, educate and to build a project that creates a political space for progressive young people.

"Our political campaigning is based around five ideas: Republicanism, socialism, feminism, internationalism, environmentalism. We are the youth wing of Sinn Féin, free to set an independent agenda."

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