No more redshirts!

The term redshirt has had several meanings. The most current one comes courtesy of Star Trek and means stock character in fiction who dies soon after being introduced. Redshirt deaths are often used to dramatize the potential peril that the main characters face. In daily life, redshirts are the “little people” whose deaths serve the state-aligned media’s efforts to further restrict our freedoms in the name of public safety. 

No More Redshirts!

American politicians are no different from the others. They seem themselves as feudal arbiters of the lives of others, and an occasional massacre in a zone with officially disarmed victims helps them frighten the flock. Don’t cooperate with their plans. Don’t be a defenseless redshirt!

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6 Responses to No more redshirts!

  1. David E says:

    Well done on many different levels, sir! Not many use crossdraw nowadays, good dramatic effect. Also, I know a VERY nice lady and co-worker with a condition that left her totally bald – she had some incredible tattoo artwork put on instead. 🙂 Very well done artwork, Oleg.

  2. Howard says:

    Red Shirts were worn by South Carolina Confederates during reconstruction, as they protected southern women, and those unable to protect themselves. So for us Southerners it is a badge of honor.

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  4. treefroggy says:

    Red-shirts are also freshman athletic scholarship recipients who are not allowed to play their freshman year .

  5. Jason K says:

    She reminds me of Lt. Illyia from the first STAR TREK film… excellent choice!

  6. Matt says:

    My organization has Red Shirt friday. Worn to remember our brothers and sisters that are off fighting in foreign wars. Not a lot of sacrifical Ensigns amongst us being mostrly retired Soldiers…

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