Birdofterror wrote:Our kids aren't dressed like Nazis and goose stepping.
There may be a slight irony in the fact that Japan is probably the country closest to that clothing wise, given it is probably the most toleranted there. I'm not trying to make a value judgment (or even try and connect this to the fact that Japan was on the Axis side in WWII) I'm merely pointing out that one of the "classic" designs for boys school uniforms (the kind with the button up tunic and the stiff collar) is supposedly based on German Military school cadet uniforms of the early part of the 20th century, which are were turn based on ACTUAL German Military uniforms.) So in a certain sense, a lot of Japanese school kids ARE walking around in pseudo-military garb.
But on the whole I agree, anyone outside the "progressive" west, Bleed's publich work would not raise many eyebrows.
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