wtf! unbeloved content!


sorry to you all for disturbing you on this page with something very important: we´re all here because we enjoy lomo, photography and like to show and rate what people do around the globe. this platform here is a multi-cultural one and that´s what we are here for: enjoy the ideas and the talent people around the world have.
but unfortunately some minutes ago i saw racist/fascist content on this page and even worse it seems to be a double with exchanged films. two guys not knowing what they´re doing or knowing exactly but they don´t care about being offensive to many people being around here. unfortunately i just saw a SPAM-button for comments but i didn´t see a button for unbeloved content. it surely is one picture among… i don´t know how many, but it´s the one picture that shouldn´t have been uploaded.

pls pls pls, make people aware of this topic and keep your eyes open. i´ll try to get in touch with lomo to get rid off it.

thanks for reading,
à la… bloomchen

written by bloomchen on 2011-12-17


  1. puly
    puly ·

    sounds bad, but there's no link, so I don't see the pic.. you can also write e-mail to

  2. emperornorton
    emperornorton ·

    I appreciate that someone remembers that free speech includes the right to criticize that which is repugnant and evil.

  3. bloomchen
    bloomchen ·

    @puly: an email is on it´s way to lomo so hopefully it´s erased pretty soon. but now it´s the week-end so it´ll take some time.

  4. puly
    puly ·

    @bloomchen -> maybe you should contact someone who is working today, like "shhquiet" who just posted a new rumble or other part-time-lomo-worker...

  5. bloomchen
    bloomchen ·

    @plasticsatellite @puly @emperornorton: i didn´t want to put a link in to not spread it. and today i have good news: the pic is gone. so my email was quickly worked on.
    thanx lomo-guys, thumbs up for acting quickly.

  6. emperornorton
    emperornorton ·

    I wasn't particularly interested in looking at it. We have enough offensive language and art in American society at the moment.