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The Chaos In Tejas Facebook page are full of people crying out about “censorship” or “thought policing,” but the fact is that there is a cost of doing business with openly Nazi bands, musicians, and record labels.  
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It’s not thought policing to say that, when you release a DVD through a label whose webpage declares “die juden sind unser ungluck,” people who otherwise want to attend a fun weekend of punk rock and heavy metal would rather you not be invited.
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Stormfuher’s CD art