Idiocracy Watch: No Cake for Little Adolf

“Idiocracy Watch,” chronicles stories that expose the fact that the U.S. of A. is a nation of stupid people who blend anti-intellectualism with racism to create ignorance and intolerance.

adolf.jpgTolerance-challenged Heath Campbell and little Adolf Hitler Campbell.

Maybe it’s a free-speech issue, as some commenters on the story maintain, but somehow you can’t blame the local ShopRite with declining to decorate a birthday cake for 3-year-old Adolf Hitler Campbell. As if that’s the worst thing that’s going to happen to that kid as he makes his way through life, saddled as he is with dumb white-supremacist parents. By the way, his sisters are named JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell (we assume they meant “Himmler,” not “Hinler,” but who knows).


The family lives in Holland Township, New Jersey, and the Lehigh Valley Express-Times reporter/photographer gives us a peek inside the Campbell home through a photo album.

In its defense, the ShopRite offered to provide a cake with a space left for the Campbells to fill in little Adolf’s name, but they declined. Not to worry, though, the local Wal-Mart had no qualms about decorating the cake, so the little dictator’s birthday party was saved.

“Might as well put a sign around their (the children’s) neck that says bigot, racist, hatemonger,” said Anti-Defamation League Director Barry Morrison. “What’s the difference?”

One comment

  • Garryinnola
    December 18, 2008 - 10:24 am | Permalink

    It’s difficult to tell, at this point, how these children will turn out. Will they suffer in silence while schoolchildren taunt them about their Nazi names and grow increasingly resentful of their idiot parents and have their names changed legally as soon as they reach adulthood? Would this teach them to be tolerant of people different than themselves? Or will it galvanize them into dedicated, lifelong racists and anti-Semites such as David Duke? When I hear people say that they want to “protect” children I’ll always think of this family and how we cannot legally protect these children from their parents.

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