Today I smashed an Ian Stuart CD into bits on the sidewalk. Ian Stuart led the band Skrewdriver and was one of England's most virulent racists before his death in 1993. On this particular CD, Stuart's name (and that of his partner, Stigger) was emblazoned on a swastika. My co-worker and I debated what best to do with this hunk of weapons-grade bullshit. We weren't going to sell it at our store, we didn't want to give it away and even the garbage can seemed too forgiving. So I took it outside and executed it.
While direct censorship by governments can be dangerous, destruction of Nazi propaganda I've come into possession of is perfectly fair game. I can recall the sick feeling I got many years ago when my local record store chose to carry albums by Skrewdriver. That's not right. Racist, murderous ideologies must be resisted, not passively condoned.