Nazi salute

A Nazi sympathizer, his brother-in-law and his wife are now unemployed after a newspaper profiled the family, and patrons of the restaurant where they worked turned hostile to the establishment.

According to The New York Times, Tony Hovater, 29, is  casually approving remarks about Hitler, disdain for democracy and belief that the races are better off separated. He also was part of the founders of the Traditionalist Workers Party, a group that is known to be allied with neo-nazis.


Mr Hovater, Maria -his wife and her brother had worked close to their home at 571 Grill and Draft House, New Carlisle, Ohio, a suburb of Dayton. According to the manager, Hovater has worked as a part-time cook.

Though he had said in the article that he is only a welder by trade, but people that saw the article and know him knew he worked at the restaurant, and had instead called up the restaurant to leave messages via voicemail and also online.

The restaurant had to let him go, though he claimed to have been pushed out, the restaurant had their version of what happened here.

Mr Hovater has received $6,000 in funds by a group that caters for extremists on the right.


Apple is taking a stand against hate groups and white nationalist websites by blocking Apple pay support on the websites that sell goods and receiving payments via Apple pay.

Websites selling sweaters with Nazi logos, bumper sticker depicting a car crashing into protesters (Reference of an incident that happened at Charlottesville), and T-shirts emblazoned with "white pride."


Apple is yet to publish an official statement on blocking of the websites, but according to the company’s guidelines for Apple Pay, the payment platform cannot be used on sites promoting hate, violence or intolerance.

The company CEO, Tim Cook in the wake of the violence in the country posted a tweet that reads;

We’ve seen the terror of white supremacy & racist violence before.It's a moral issue - an affront to America. We must all stand against it.

Other brands fighting against hate white supremacist websites include Godaddy and Google, after they removed the alt-right website, Daily stormer from Godaddy, while Google also blocks registration of the website after a blog on the website in the wake of Charlottesville violence.

Uber, Facebook, Twitter, Mailchimp and Wordpress have all taken actions via their platform after the attack. People trying to give out houses to White supremacist coming for the rally were also banned on the Airbnb website.

Some websites affected by Apple pay ban includes and

A child that is not well-trained from home by the parents will definitely learn the lesson the hard way from strangers in the public. This is the story of an American tourist that travelled up to Germany, only to give the Nazi salute outside a cafe in Dresden, and was beaten up by a passer-by. The police also confirmed the report on Sunday.


According to the police, the tourist had left a cafe called Europe in the Neustadt district of Dresden, a popular student meeting spot, and liberal part of town.

The man who seems to be drunk, identified as 41-year-old American suffered minor injuries, while the stranger who beat him up fled the scene.

The police are now looking for the stranger for causing personal injury, while the American tourist is under investigation for violating German laws that prohibit Nazi symbols in the country.

Though there has been a fascination from Americans about the Nazi salute, and praises to Adolf Hitler by White supremacist, the Nazi salute - a right arm raised, and palm down as a devotion to Adolf Hitler can carry a prison sentence of 3 years, though German courts often give a fine instead.