I was never a member of the Nazi party, I was just filling orders.

Baker’s cakes leave a Nazi taste

*Pastry chef Manfred Klaschka told ORF public television: “If someone orders it, I make it. I don’t really think about it. Basically, it doesn’t interest me what the customers do with the cakes. I have to make a living.”

In a separate interview with the daily Oesterreich, Klaschka insisted he was no Nazi. “If someone wanted a Gaddafi cake, I’d bake it for them,” he told the newspaper.

Once again the Nuremberg defense fails.

Klaschka isn’t quite as blameless as he’s claiming. The article points out that the complaint was over a catalog the bakery had which was offering nazi-themed cake designs. So it was not just Klaschka accepting requests from his customers - he was soliciting those requests.

Nazi cake, nazi-cake, baker’s man.
Bake me a cake as deadly as you can;
prick it and mark it with Zyklon B,
Put it in the oven with baby and me
I am probably going to hell for that, but seriously Nazi cakes?

That’s for dessert. For breakfast you have Nietzsche Flakes, the Uberbreakfast.

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“Ask about our special treatment!”

I saw that the bakery is called Tortendesign. Perhaps Tortenkopf would work better.

But the fact that the bakery specifically offers nazi designs in a catalog is the damning fact. The cries of, “Just fulfilling our customers wishes” doesn’t hold up against that fact.

So for lunch would that be roast beef and kraut on a Kaiser roll?

No you don’t – you have Carl (Karl?) Reiner’s Sugar Frosted Nazis

(even more obscure reference. I couldn’t find it on YouTube, but he even had a song for the cereal)