I need to explain this image to non-German-speakers. There's no reason for this, I just want to.
So this is a poster by a party in Germany. The phrase "Nazis töten." can have two translations:
1. Nazis kill
2. Kill Nazis
The party got sued for inciting violence, but got out of it by stating that, by using a period at the end instead of an exclamation mark, they made it clear that it wasn't an appeal (And should be taken to mean "Nazis kill", not "Kill Nazis")
@monorail Hard to say, it's a leftist satire party
I'd say they wanted it to sound as ambiguous as it did. Idk a single slogan or poster by them that isn't based on some sort of joke or pun. So I assume it's meant as a pun, and the rest was intentionally left open for interpretation
Sunbeam City is a anticapitalist, antifascist solarpunk instance that is run collectively.