FURY has erupted after Dr Seuss books were scrapped by eBay for “glorifying hatred and violence” – but Hitler’s Mein Kampf remained.
Sellers rushed to the e-commerce giant after the news broke that six Seuss books will stop being published over racism claims.
“And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street,” “If I Ran the Zoo,” “McElligot’s Pool,” “On Beyond Zebra!,” “Scrambled Eggs Super!” and “The Cat’s Quizzer” are being pulled from production.
The book owners who rushed quickly to the site to sell the final copies were raking in hundreds of dollars.
However on Thursday, just two days after the novels were pulled, eBay began preventing them from being resold.
Sellers were notified that they violated the company’s “offensive material policy,” which bans content that promotes “hatred, violence or discrimination,” according to the New York Post.
Read more: Fury as Dr Seuss children’s books scrapped by Cult-controlled eBay for ‘glorifying hatred and violence’ – but Hitler’s Mein Kampf remains (Ah, but Dr Seuss books oppose racism when the Cult is exploiting alleged racism to divide the population and target white people and why would the Cult want to ban Hitler books when it was behind his rise to power?)