Won’t need Nazi uniforms for photo shoots anymore.

With TSA becoming a swear-word in itself, I no longer have to make allusions to the recognized evil of last century. The new, shiny, jackbooted evil of today has arrived all over the united states. Their bold strides into everybody’s business are making even ATF look mostly harmless.

Where could I get a TSA uniform for use as a photo prop? Making one from scratch is possible but would take much too long.

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22 Responses to Won’t need Nazi uniforms for photo shoots anymore.

  1. Sean says:

    In a past life my wife was a district manager for a national uniform services (laundry) company. I can almost guarantee that one of three major uniform companies is the vendor.

    You can likely pick up a “loss and ruin” piece for free. That’s where a pocket gets torn, ink stain, etc. Even if there was some contractual/legal fixture in place to prevent non-TSA parties from getting uniforms, it seems easy enough to make friends with a route rep (laundry delivery driver) and ask a favor. Claim it’s for a Halloween costume to lower apprehensions.

    I’ve got *lost* industrial shop mats that way 😉

  2. R. says:

    Man.. how can you stand such nonsense?
    Land of the Free, Home of the Brave and people get fokking molested on buses?

    Do they have any legal power to restrain anyone? Can’t you just walk away? They’re not cops.

  3. Coinneach Fitzpatrick says:

    R: TSA can detain anyone at any time for any reason or no reason at all, just like NKVD. If you try to avoid them, that’s probable cause (as far as they’re concerned – people have been detained by TSA when trying to leave airports rather than deal with them) for search and arrest.

  4. Eric says:

    Hmmm… maybe I can just re-stencil my helmet to say TSA?
    Got it out in the truck right now


  5. the_grey_rider says:

    The old fashioned way. First you’re gonna need some chloroform and a rag…Unless ya want me to do it for ya. What size uniform you need? 🙂

  6. Dave C. says:

    As a matter of fact, I know a TSA agent who works at a nearby airport. I’ll ask and let you know.

  7. junyo says:

    Last time I checked, the TSA wasn’t engaged in organized genocide. So while I somewhat appreciate the sentiment, calling them Nazi’s is kind of over the top, and it dilutes the evil of what the actual Nazi’s did. If the TSA starts gassing Jews or homosexuals, then we can revisit the comparison.

    • Oleg Volk says:

      At that point, it would be too late. And I think that Nazis who have been dead for sixty years are a lesser threat than TSA who are alive and actively working to turn America into USSR.

      • junyo says:

        It would indeed be too late. It would also be applicable. But to do it before it’s applicable is melodramatic emotional manipulation. It’s a bit like referring to a problem child as a ‘hardened criminal’ simply because you believe he’s on the path to becoming one, or referring to a rifle as an ‘assault death machine’ because it has the potential to be one.

        If you’re comparing an active threat to the US as Nazi’s it would be spectacularly ineffective; Nazi’s haven’t been a threat to the US since May of 1945. Nazi’s are typically referenced as a measure of human’s capacity for evil, and I’d submit that as bad as the TSA is, no one’s shown that they are as evil as the Nazi’s.

    • While the TSA may not be hauling folks off to Auschwitz, there are plenty of other comparable evils that the TSA commits without remorse and under the guise of national security.

      Besides, I’m quite sure that Oleg’s talent for stirring photography and posters could get a lot more heads turned if the uniform in question said TSA instead of bearing the swastika.


    • Slobyskya Rotchikokov says:

      Nazis did not begin by gassing Jews ( or shooting Catholics, homosexuals and Gypsies and dropping the bodies into mass graves ) They began quite like the TSA and other minions of the Kenyan bastard in DC. The comparison that Oleg makes is most valid indeed.
      The NKVD were different in that they were most often used for reprisals, torture and ‘disappearances’ of the political enemies. My deceased fatehr could have told you about taht from a very direct point of view.

    • coldservings says:

      Notional 1933 not notional 1943.

  8. ChrisJ says:

    Oleg, your remark regarding the ATF has me intrigued. Have you been following the Gunrunner scandal? The ATF was having FFLs make bulk sales to strawpurchasers, and then the ATF would intentionally allow the strawpurchasers and their cars full of arms to cross the border to Mexico. The only thing the ATF higher-ups seemed interested in was when the guns would turn up at a crime scene in Mexico and they could be added to the statistics.

    As for the scandal it sounds like approval, if not planning, for this operation went all the way into the DOJ, and fairly high at that.

    • Oleg Volk says:

      ATF’s false flag operations really make me wonder what other events (such as 9-11 or OKC bombing) have been US government PR stunts designed to alarm the populace and give the feds more control. At this point, I fully consider them as capable of mass murder for personal benefit.

  9. Karl says:

    You can get TSA gloves at CommieObama.com! They come with TSA’s future hat – the ushanka!


  10. Mr Evilwrench says:

    A Nazi uniform has represented “evil” so long that it’s sort of a cliche. Many people see the swastika and it just flips the “evil” switch in the brain without further thought. Younger people especially don’t even understand the context, why it’s evil. It just “is”. Bringing a TSA uniform into the tableau might start getting some people to think about what’s going on. Maybe even blatantly juxtaposing them, showing the passing of the flame, would not be too much, if only to grab people by the lapels and shout “WAKE UP!”

    And hey, ushankas are awesome. I ebayed a lovely grey dead bunny one out of Russia a couple of years ago. Need about a 66, but the biggest I could find was a 64, so I let the back down some and it works out.

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