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Adolf Hitler Taken Into Custody by Children's Services

Remember the post about parents that named their kid Adolf Hitler and got into trouble when they tried to order a birthday cake? Well, here's an update. New Jersey Children's Services has just taken the kids into custody:

The three-year-old boy and his two sisters - JoyceLynn Aryan Nation, 1, and 8-month-old Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie - were removed from their home by New Jersey's Division of Youth and Family Services.

So far no officially reason has been given for the intervention, and local police say they have not received any reports of abuse or negligence.

Link - via Linkfilter

(Photo: Getty)


While I agree the parents are probably horrible people that the kids are better off without being around, the state shouldn't really just be able to remove the children because of they have views that are unpopular. If people support the state in taking away kids from white supremacist families, it's a slippery slope. Today it's being a biggot that will get your kids taken away, tommorrow it could be being a Baptist or an environmentalist or Republican. Even though I feel sorry for those kids being raised by those people and growing up with those warped values, as citizens we can't allow them the precedent to be set that it's okay to take away people's kids for no reason other than your ideas and beliefs.

It's one of those hard things about defending freedom. To genuinely defend freedom, you sometimes have to defend some really awful people.
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What about every kid named "Mohammed"? He was the biggest mass murderer of the first 1000 years AD.
Should all those parents have their kids taken away?
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They like fascist, now the fascist state took their kids.

I like this quote: "they will be free to make their own decisions and choices about everything, including race." I guess that will be a real breakthrough in human genetics.

Neither parent works because of illness - Mr Campbell, 35, a landscape gardener, suffers from the lung disease, emphysema, while his 25-year-old wife has been unable to work as a waitress in a fast-food restaurant for several years because of back problems.

Wow! They named their little boy after "The Master Race" They haven't worked in years but keep having kids; that's pretty masterful.
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@Melissa – You don't consider it abusive to name your child after someone almost everyone hates? This isn't about the views of the family, it's about the well being of the child.

Naming a child Adolf Hitler is like throwing them to the wolves. It nearly guarantees ridicule and physical harm will fall upon the child. This is why the child is being taken away.

This isn't an issue of free speech, or any rights - it's an issue of this child's life. These people can believe what they want and that's fine by me - but doing that to your child is just cruel.

What about the rights of the child to have a "normal" childhood? The parents have no right to take that away, and yet by naming them such hateful names they have - it's pretty much condemning them from the get-go.
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Bob Smythe, I just had to post to point out how idiotic your comment was.

You can't compare a religious prophet to a mass-murdering racist dictator.
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The parents of the child are pretty moronic. I guess they are into aryan stuff, that's their own business as long as they don't harm anybody. But naming the child Adolf Hitler is seriously moronic.
1. The child better not go to any ghettos in America.
2.Is he going to go to KKK kindergarten and KKK school? I doubt that, and he'll get his ass kicked plenty in any regular school just for being Adolf.
3.He better not be stopped by any black cop.
4. How is he going to travel around when he grows up? People with regular names have problems obtaining visas to certain countries, and for poor Adolf the doors will be closed for sure.
5.When the child will grow up and will want to go out with girls, will the parents of these girls be happy to know that their daughter is going out with the dude named after Hitler?

I'm pretty sure that the child will hate his parents and will have to change his name
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Melissa and J are both right. It was wrong for the government to kidnap the kids, but it was also wrong for the kid to have that name forced upon him. The best solution is MORE freedom. The kids must be allowed to choose their own names. In fact, the kids should be allowed to choose whether or not they wish to live with their parents. Of course, this is unlikely to happen under a government that, like almost all others in the world, oppresses kids in the name of their safety. Unfortunately, there's nobody to protect kids from the government.
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HAHAHAHAHAH
LOL
LOL
JoyceLynn Aryan Nation!
I think I just cracked a rib.
Would A. Ryan Nacion have been alright?

"Hey, Nation just took a shit in the bathtub!"
"Classic Nation!"
"Uber nationalistic!"
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Good!

Melissa: It's not the "views". It's the fact that the parents are clearly morons who shouldn't have been allowed to breed in the first place.

"J" up above has it spot on. Calling your kid that is setting them up for a lifetime of abuse, at least until they reach the age they can change their name.

Sloane: Maybe it was a "domestic dispute" but I bet the whole cake story popped them up on their radar.
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Hey Sierra,
Learn a little history. Muhammed MASS MURDERED anyone and everyone who opposed him in 6th century Arabia. No different from Hitler. And Muhammed's followers have continued to MASS MURDER ever since. (research Tamerlane/Moghuls and the MILLIONS of Hindus they mass murdered in the name of Muhammed.)

And what about Jim Jones? He was also a "religion prophet". Or can his murderous crimes be brushed aside?
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Those parents and people like them need to be sterilized..... people like that do not deserve to have children and their idiotic views and hate need to die with them.
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I think Melissa is probably (unfortunately) right. And it's probably fascist of me to be so glad these kids are out of that psychological cesspool. But I am glad, glad, glad. F*ck those f*cking f*cks.

Lots of people likely poison their children's minds with a pretty high level of hate like this, but there is something uniquely sick about how overt and proud and flagrant they are with it, what with the naming of the kids and the cheerful oblviousness and all. That's a singularly evil sweet spot between garden-variety ignorant hate and sociopathic egotism, something about not only having dark hearts, but wanting to sort of peacock around, provoking and using their children as pawns in their sickness. My live-and-let-live part just blew its fuse.
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Holy Crap! LisaL is the NAZI!

Sterilization? Are you sure you don't have kids named Adolf Hitler?
How about gas? Or death camps?

Answer me LisaL, you intolerant fool. You really want to sterilize people for being stupid.

"people like that do not deserve to have children and their idiotic views and hate need to die with them."

I guess you need to OFF yourself.

Let me guess, democrat?
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@Sierra
And why not? I guarantee you, somewhere there's a shrine with Hitlers face on it.

As to these people, they are dumb. Their kids will be dumb. But unfortunate as that is, it is not illegal. The argument can be made that naming the kid Adolf Hitler is an act of abuse, but if it is not made in accordance with the rules, regulations and laws set down to govern the people, this is just kidnapping.

Make your case, THEN act.
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The parents' views are different, and yes I do not think Adolf Hitler was the best name choice for a child.
But also we are guaranteed the freedom of speech...
it's not much different that white kids in southern
schools openely being racist, which they do admit.
It is no one's place to say what morals are right or wrong.
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I totally agree that the names are a terrible choice and going to set those kids up for an awfully tough childhood. Hopefully, they'll get some better influences from somewhere else and grow up to be decent people and change their names the day they turn 18.
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BTW, when the story originally broke, there was someone at their house to interview them and he asked the kid what his name was. He wouldn't answer, and they said it was a typical reaction from him. How sad is it that a 3 year old knows there is something very wrong with his name and is ashamed to say it?
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Yes, the parents are worthless.

No, being a member of the Nazi party is not illegal, nor naming your child after a mass murderer, however deplorable it may be. The authorities admit there has been no abuse or negligence. And yes, there is supposed to be freedom of speech in this country, even of views we don't agree with.

To sum up: as horrible as these parents may be, the government should not come in and take the children just because they don't like your political views.
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Chandrielle,

You're a Nazi, too. Godwin be damned.

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I think people are missing a major point here. No matter how the parents feel about the name, or whether Hitler really was an ok kind of guy, these kids are going to cop it as they grow older. What offends me most is the absolute ignorance of the parents in how society works - does the father really think his kids will grow up to think so independently? By his very name, there is going to be an effect. The father formed his opinion because some people of other races have been 'rude to him'! FFS!! What are people of other races going to say to a kid named Adolf Hitler?

I'm undecided about what child services should do in this situation, but I do see this as a form of child abuse. If the father wanted to raise his kids to be racists, that's one thing. But to make his kids have to deal with society's prejudices (whether he feels those prejudices are right or wrong) in such a tragic way is insane.
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Nice. If the problem was the kids' names, there's still some work to do; taking the kids away from the parents didn't change the names.

The number of people here in support of taking the kids away is more than a little scary. I may not agree with the parents' ideology nor their choice of names, but I have to chime in with Melissa & ask, "who's next?"
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Bob: STFU, when you keep calling everyone a nazi you lose any credibility you may have had. Please notice the large speech bubble in the comment flied.
I am certain this can be classified as a hate crime, and therefore illegal. You cannot have total free speech. Hitler started from words too.
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Wow Bob, that was as productive of a post as the parents in the article.

"Neither parent works because of illness - his ..wife has been unable to work ...because of back problems, she says."
Probaly strained her back playing to much tennis on the wii.

I am maybe guessing that the depratment of labor has checked their claims since the first time they were in the news, and there was a new wii in the background of the some of the images.

"And he says he may one day move his family to Germany, where he believes the kids' names would be considered "more normal"."
Haha. Yeah good luck with that.
Sadly we are stuck with them. Germany's immigration policies are strict. They do not like slackers.
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Hey Anon,
By being such a douchebag that you don't recognize sarcasm, YOU lose credibility. And, by dropping buzz words like "hate crime" and nice anti-rights statements like "You cannot have total free speech", you prove you are a brain dead, left wing stooge, a "useful idiot" as Lenin coined. Keep it up. I'm sure you make your sociology professor proud.
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Bob, real classy. You fill a thread with "NAZI" over and over... I'm not sure what kind of reaction your expected. I didn't realize it was sarcasm when I saw it...

Adolf Hitler: lol. you're a laugh riot.
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And people look at me weird when I suggest licenses for childbearing. People have a right to their own stupidity, but diminishing the propagation of said stupidity is everyones duty. I wonder if part of the reason the kids were removed was due to the parents both not working, and the media circus over the cake incident.

"Wants to move to Germany" hahahahahahaha! I think he'll find that they'll be even less tolerant of his children's names than the people in the US.
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The Campbells are nothing more than two trashy losers who contribute absolutely nothing to society or to this country. They are parasitic leeches who avoid gainful employment at all costs & who see nothing wrong with turning their own children into sad little jokes. "Aryan Nation" is not even a name at all, it's a pitiful attention-seeking ploy with zero regard given to the poor little girl who is stuck with it. Heath Campbell is a despicable sleazebag & his wife is an ignorant lazy moron.
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Remember, folks! You don't have a right to your life or your offspring, the State is simply allowing you to posses them until they decide otherwise! AMERIKA UBER ALLES!
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At a few above comments – I am almost certain that this naming WILL be seen as abuse. They are not only setting them up for future torment, but they are abusing the ability to name their children in order to push their own personal agenda, which is racist.

You don't say the swastika is just a piece of art if you also wear Nazi boots and collect WWII literature. No one will buy that BS. This guy apparently doesn't understand what racism actually is because he contradicts himself about 10 times in that one short article. These people are so blind that they will be raging mad about a cake, but not see how their children will be endangered in the future. They are completly unfit as parents.
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it does NOT say that they took the kids away because of their names. the only post i saw that addressed this was from 'sloane'. it's jumping to conclusions to create controversy. having worked with my state's Child Protection Services/Welfare Dept...i can pretty much guarantee that there is no law in any state that allows children to be removed from their parents because of what they named them. no matter how stupid the name may be. come on, THINK it through...they can't take the kids away based on their names - but do you think that parents who think it's a good idea to name their kids like this aren't doing about a thousand other moronic things in that home? i doubt that, other than naming their kids asinine names, they're just a regular family. i feel confident in saying that they're nuts and they live like nuts and things like that tend not to be conducive to a safe and sane home for children. there are underlying issues in the home that haven't been revealed yet - like filth, not enough food, abuse, failure to dress children appropriate to weather, failure to supervisor children - those are the things that get kids removed from their home and i don't doubt that at least one of those things was going on. dumbasses generally act like dumbassess in most/all areas of life - these are two dumbasses if ever i did see...
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Jodie- You're probably right. There's probably a bit more to the story than is being reported at this time. The media does love excitement more than they love reporting all of the facts. At this point the name thing is pretty much all the media is giving us for the state to have based their actions on. But you may be right and the name thing drew attention to the fact that these whack jobs are terrible parents and the state was able to find another good reason to take the kids. But as of yet, we don't have any info on any other causes, just that it's not the obvious reports of abuse or neglect that usually cause parents to have their kids taken from them.
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And then another Hitler/Nazi story was in the news today. A German chain of coffee shops, Tchibo, had a nation-wide advertising campaign jointly with Esso petrol stations in Germany. It used the phrase "Jedem den Seinen" to advertise its coffee varieties -- translation is "To each their own." However after complaints, the company just this week pulled its ad campaign. The sick part of this story is that this was the phrase which hung over the main gate at the Buchenwald concentration camp. Literally it means "To each their own," but figuratively it means "Everyone gets what he deserves" and was used in this fashion by the Nazis.

The Ethic Soup blog has an excellent article on the repeated use of this Nazi slogan in Germany today, suggesting that the companies who use the slogan but deny awareness of its Nazi connotation really do know exactly what they are doing. More Neo-Nazis but from the corporate world? The article is at:

http://www.ethicsoup.com/2009/01/german-coffee-shop-chain-uses-nazi-slogan-ads.html
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I'm sure that those kids were not taken away due to their unfortunate names. That wouldn't have been legal anyway. I agree, too, that as terrible as those kids' names are, that it would be frightening if it were the sole reason the kids were removed from the home, because it's not illegal to name your kid Adolf Hitler or Aryan Nation. It's stupid, it says a lot about the type of idiot you are, but it's not illegal.

Something else is going on in that home that is really not any of our business because it involves minors. We may never know, and quite frankly, we shouldn't. Those kids have enough to deal with.
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Naming your child Pol Pot would probably go unnoticed until you asked for it on to be put on the birthday cake.
Then again, I do not think it would be as quickly recognized as the name Adolph Hitler.
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@v. i can't/don't totally disagree with your comment. but i sincerely believe that the names were just what got this family noticed. can you really imagine that these parents weren't just stupid in the child-naming dept...? i'm pretty sure they weren't much better in other child-related areas.
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@jodie

Exactly. Something more is going on because the state would not want to embarrass itself by taking someone's kids off them just because of their names. Eventually, that would get out and the uproar would be pretty huge, even from people who think that the parents are idiots already. The names might have drawn attention to something else.
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I think the kids were taken due to welfare fraud. The parents are attention seeking dolts who "can't" get jobs but have the time, money, and energy to buy cake, use their children for media attention, and play the wii. The ignorant father making a fuss about the cake, a fuss he created himself by asking for the full name to be iced, brought these systematic abusers to the attention of the authorities. If he'd asked for just Adolf, nothing would have happened. I must admit that I love the part that Walmart (ick) agreed to do the cake.
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I'm from Germany. Many people know the story of those three kids and are annoyed by the name choices of the parents. Here, you'd have serious problems if you'd try to give your kid such a name that can be clearly associated with the Nazis. The "Standesamt", the civil registry office, wouldn't allow such names - there have already been some disputes in court because of some parents' name choice for its kids.

And Sharon McEachern is right about the story with Tchibo .. the company says it hadn't realized that the slogan would be misunderstood and it was not their intention to bring up the concentration camps, etc. This campaign was quickly taken down after the first complaints. As far as I know, someone in an advertising company had thought up the idea and nobody thought that it was too similiar to that sentence from the WW2. Not everyone is that fluent in history ....
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@ kim

good post. i have heard about the "Standesamt" but didn't know what it was called. having lived in the U.S. all my life i find it strange that people would put up with that. not that i'm 100% against it - especially in extreme cases like these. i'm curious though...can you tell me what the general feeling about the Standesamt is with the people of Germany?

also ITA with your second comment. i can't imagine a company (that wanted to succeed) would want to associate itself with Nazi's/deathcamps. you're sooo right, not everyone is that fluent in history - let alone subtle nuances like that. seems that people want to sensationalize things like this company's name when, in all likelihood, it just was what it was. a name.
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Obviously not everyone agrees on what would be an appropriate name, when I was pregnant, I had a female nurse that was doing a check on me, ask me what names I had picked out. I told her we were thinking of Tristan Everett for a boy. She rolled her eyes at me and said, "Well, I'm sure you'll think of something nice eventually". I about slapped her. WTF? I really doubt that these kids were removed from their homes based solely on their names, but I'm sure the names and the big stink that the parents put up regarding the cake simply drew the states attention to other problems that may have been going on as well. You could definitely say that what these people are doing are damaging to the mental well being of these children. They are essentially destroying the possibility for any normal social interaction for these children. If they named them Sally or Joe but then refused to let them out of the house, would it be any less of an abuse?

I'll be interested to see how this all pans out.
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I feel sorry for these kids....

Why? Because they were doomed from the start. They have parents who don't work (and I will guess that the parents will fight whatever attempt the state makes to force them into being employed), obviously come from a low income background, and from hearing the parents and aunt speak,a poor educational background.

All that is bad enough, but you can overcome it. I had all that going against me as a child in a tiny coal mining town, but I managed to get out of there and make something of myself.

However, I did not have the giant millstone of a ridiclous name around my neck. That makes it so much worse for these kids on so many levels....If the idiot father wanted to show 'ethnic pride', why didn't he use Scottish names for his children? Campbell is Scottish after all.

William Wallace Campbell...There's a name that looks good on a job application.

Adolph Hitler Campbell...Makes you look like an a-hole on a job application.

Heck, name the boy after B-movie great Bruce Campbell for that matter. That will give him cred in geek circles later in life at least.
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I think they have ever right to name there kid how ever they want...Beside they are not harming any one it's not like they are teaching there children to be like them.Am a Jew and am not offended in any way.I lost family in camps.I was going to dress up as hitler for holloween I don't care if any one is offended by it there are just being ignorint."GET OVER IT PULL THAT STICK OUT OF YOUR ASS!!!" People should be offended by naming there kids after jesus or after the guy how killed Aberham Lincon ! of Lucifer ESPECILLY IF YOU ARE NAMING HIM GEORGE W.BUSH.=)
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I THINK THEY HAVE EVERY RIGHT TO NAME THEIR KIDS HOW EVER THEY WANT AM A JEW AND I LOST FAMILY IN CAMPS AND I AM NOT OFFENDED.BESIDE IT'S NOT LIKE THEY ARE TEACHING THEM TO BE LIKE THEM.I WAS GOING TO DRESS UP LIKE HITLER FOR HOLLOWEEN AND I DON'T CARE WHAT ANY ONE SAY'S.AND ONE MORE THING THE LAST TIME I CHECK THE CONSTIUTION IT DID NOT SAY IT HAD SELECTED NAME'S FOR EVERY ONE CHILDERN.PEOPLE SHOULD BE OFFENDED WHEN THEY HEAR SOME ONE NAME THEIR KID AFTER JESUS OR AFTER THE GUY WHO KILLED ABERHAM LINCON .BE OPENED MINDED PEOPLE FEAR WHAT THEY DON'T UNDER STAND!
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Ya... no. These are the kind of people who need to have their, erm, parts cut off. You are 25 & 35, can't work, and you expect to be able to support more kids!?!?! These people are worse than the Octomom! but still, they should be able to name their kids what they want, but those who want to pick their kids names better hurry up because Obama is probably going to take away that right as well. Under Obama, pretty soon we won't have names, we will only have numbers. "Good morning, 2938448, how is your son, 437483874??? Did you see what 28329824 said on TV last night!?!?"
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