Wall of Shame

“NAZI” Embroidery

Illegal & Immoral

I don’t understand how any of these “Masonic” suppliers below can call themselves “Masonic” and sell NAZI embroidery???

I do NOT do business with regalia suppliers in third-world countries, one country in particular. I don’t like their quality. I don’t like their labour practices. What is more, many of them deal in World War II “German Militaria” – a thinly veiled nomenclature for “NAZI” embroidery.


These “Masonic” traders, largely from Sialkot Pakistan, offer the excuse that there is a market for NAZI embroidery. I say they do not honour the memory of more than 15 million people that died in the Holocaust! That makes their product unclean and they are immoral!

It is not only Not Masonic, it is Illegal in Canada and I refuse to do business with them.

If you are buying regalia “offshore”, please be conscious of who you are buying from. Ask to see their web site. Ask them directly if they sell “German Militaria”. If the answer is positive, don’t do business with them.

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  1. Wall of shame:

    I don’t understand how any of these “Masonic” Suppliers can call themselves “Masonic”?

    November 18th, 2013 … And the list gets longer.

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