Friday, December 30, 2005

Anti-Christian Jeans Are a Trend in Sweden

From with a tip from Right Nation.

STOCKHOLM, Sweden — Cheap Monday jeans are a hot commodity among young Swedes thanks to their trendy tight fit and low price, even if a few buyers are turned off by the logo: a skull with a cross turned upside down on its forehead.

Logo designer Bjorn Atldax says he's not just trying for an antiestablishment vibe.

"It is an active statement against Christianity," Atldax told The Associated Press. "I'm not a Satanist myself, but I have a great dislike for organized religion."

The label's makers say it's more of a joke, but Atldax insists his graphic designs have a purpose beyond selling denim: to make young people question Christianity, a "force of evil" that he blames for sparking wars throughout history.
This is probably just a way for young Europeans to protest all the Christofascist suicide bombers that roam the globe.

Its almost like these morons receive their education right off the pages of the New York Times.

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