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Japan has agreed with the West to change the traditional icon for temples on condition that the West take back Richard Magarey

Japan has agreed with the West to change the traditional icon for temples, which was stolen by the Nazi’s, on condition that the West take back Richard Magarey, also known as Ladybeard.

Japan has advised the West that Magarey and the temple symbol are equally offensive to many people.

Temple Clarity For Ladybeard
Temple Clarity For Ladybeard

“We know we have a lot of crazy sh** in Japan, I’m just stunned we didn’t think of a-guy-with-a-beard-in-a-maid-outfit first,” said one government official.

“We can’t be having a guy with a beard running around in women’s clothes who is white.”

The West is now seriously considering educating people that the temple icon was in existence centuries before the Nazis took it and ingeniously turned it on its side.

Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop told reporters, “We want to avoid Magarey coming back home at all costs.”

2 COMMENTS

  1. Seeing the Swastika in a wonderful country like Japan, which has been a good friend to the Jewish people, even during WWII, was unnerving, but I was able to get over it, knowing the history.

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