The United States government is being accused of using Nazi uniforms and Nazi school uniforms to promote their controversial new uniform code.
The code, which has been in place since 2010, was created to help prevent uniform sales and other breaches of uniform standards.
The new uniform rules include uniforms that can be sold without showing the American flag, with one exception: uniforms made from the same material as the uniform’s sleeves.
The uniforms are also banned from displaying the American seal of approval on the back of the shirt.
The rules also ban school uniforms with swastika designs.
In an interview with CNN, a former employee of the US Customs Service said the agency “put out a list of 10 or 12, but the vast majority were made out of a different material than the standard.”
“They wanted to create a uniform for kids to wear,” said the former employee, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
“They said, ‘If we’re going to create this uniform, let’s make it as good as possible,'” the former worker added.
“And that’s what they did.”
The new rules have been criticized by the American Civil Liberties Union and civil rights groups, who argue the government is using school uniforms as propaganda and promoting a uniform code that doesn’t reflect the values of the country.
While the code is being phased out, it’s unclear how many of the school uniforms are being sold.
A Customs Service spokesperson told CNN that the agency’s uniform inventory was being sold at a discount.
The U.S. Department of Education has confirmed that the code was used to promote its uniform, but did not provide any specific information about the number of uniforms sold.
The American Civil Liberty Union (ACLU) has launched a website called Stop The Code, which outlines why the code matters, and what you can do to stop it.
“The government should not be buying and selling American school uniform codes that are intended to be used to help promote a uniform uniform code, but instead promote its own ideology,” said Alexey Chklovsky, the ACLU’s director of legislative and policy advocacy.
“Instead of helping to educate young Americans about the importance of freedom, the code may actually help foster a society in which American schools are used as a recruiting tool for Nazi ideology.”
The code is still being enforced, and the new rules are still being challenged in court.
In January, the US Supreme Court will hear arguments in the case, which seeks to overturn the new uniform codes.
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