"Damn, I love you" with the Sixty-coat-of-arms, "I don't love you" with the crossed-out face of Investor Hasan Ismaik. This poster is a regular in the Dawg pound, made for the attention of a football-third-tier 1860 München. And, because it was airbrushed out on a photo on the club page in the Internet. Ismaik emphasised that he had not given the Photoshop use in order: "I distance myself. I stand for freedom of expression in the lion's family, as long as it remains in a certain framework."
Whether the context of the freedom of expression even if the subject of the poster on T-Shirts printed, is now the latest issue that is of concern to the fractious Association. The grouping of the "lions fans against the Right" anyway, via Facebook advertising for the garments, which in turn caused supporters Ismaiks on the Plan. The comments on Facebook ranged from "I had the Shirt in Black" to "you're poor spirits and splitter".
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And even the 1860's managing Director, Michael Scharold (Finance) and Günther Gorenzel (Sport) felt compelled to take a position. "It is with great Regret and great concern that we notice in recent weeks of an increasingly aggressive mood, and ever-larger ditches in our Fanlandschaft", they shared. They were "in this context, very disappointed by an action of the lions fans against the Right, with a T-shirt sale, a further escalation of the Situation is tacitly accepted".
in Particular, of an Institution which expects "many times in the past a model for a each other and against discrimination and violence used to" have, "if we had that it helps to overcome trenches. We dissociate ourselves clearly from such behavior and hope in the sense of reason, that the lions fans are taking a stand against the Right of the planned sale." And, although the revenue should go according to the advertising "to charitable purposes or the lion's offspring".