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  • A lot depends on the context.

    if it was something like an event from a drama society / WW II re-enaction and ) you can trust everyone there (who might end up at the event) not to take offence you might get away with it but would still have to be careful in the current climate. It would be exactly the same as if you wrapped tea towel around your head and pretended to be a jihadi “for a laugh”.

    Places like colleges or communities who like comics/games might be a bit on top as they are all watched big time now for extremism (stereotypes about “lone attackers” etc)

    Someone did just that at a works do in South Essex (he was a nurse/healthcare assistant), got hauled up to Court and struck off (he had also done a load of other bad stuff as well including bullying coleagues)

    A friend of mine who isn’t in the slightest racist and in fact comes from a European country that got invaded did also actually dress up as Hitler at a free party in SE England 10 years ago (his mate was dressed up as Winston Churchill 😀 ) – of course as all of us knew they were doing and there was a trend at the time of turning up in bizzare fancy dress to these events that there wasn’t a crime committed but when the cops arrived they said to them they had to remove any obvious military type unitorms or insignia when outside the building or they could have got in trouble.

    There are some ancient laws against wearing realistic military uniforms (of any kind) in public in the UK which can be invoked in times when the govt is paranoid about public disorder or terrorist attacks – unfortunately these times are back with us again.

    Auch wenn du am Abgrund stehst, und gar nichts mehr verstehst,
    wachen Engel über dich, halten dich im Licht und lassen dich nie fallen.

    I( wouldn’t go anywhere dressed as hitler, party or forum owner or otherwise……

    what would happen if I went to a college’s party dressed as hitler, its not against the law(im assuming) but would i be punished or something. Also how about going to a convention(comic con or something) dressed as hitler. Oh and this is just for what would happen in the uk.

    i would assume that as long you are not shouting “death to …”, u are allowed to dress as you like. I mean there are certainly people looking like hitler’s clone, so i dont think that u are committing an infraction. I would rather be scared that u gets trouble from people wanting to kill you…lol

    I’ll echo what GL says lol

    I( wouldn’t go anywhere dressed as hitler, party or forum owner or otherwise……

    I remember that not so long ago, right extremists from all europa was often making manifestations on special dates by meeting in a special place, maybe Hitlers birth date or I personnally doesn’t know exactly, but I remember that in the news, that kind of (walks) events was ending with a lot of people being stopped from the cops for violence. I think that people who was arrested were put in a database like they do with hooligans, and on other events , these people having made trouble wasn’t allowded to travel to such events.
    I hear much less off these events nowadays which is a good sign for one time

    And that’s one of the reason I do not hate cops, they are needed for those purpose and behaviour, reason I treat cops gently by saying “hey all motherfucking cops, go make your right jobs against violence, pedophils, murders, thiefs, … but let me use my fucking drugs safely. !!!” and I always stay polite if a cop stand right in front of me… In those moments on the other side, my thoughts are my bisness…

    Iliesse and GL are articulating it far better than I ever could ll.

    My advice is……..DON’T……

    Please don’t dress up as Hitler, in the age of social media it’ll be around forever.

    A lot depends on the context.

    if it was something like an event from a drama society / WW II re-enaction and ) you can trust everyone there (who might end up at the event) not to take offence you might get away with it but would still have to be careful in the current climate. It would be exactly the same as if you wrapped tea towel around your head and pretended to be a jihadi “for a laugh”.

    Places like colleges or communities who like comics/games might be a bit on top as they are all watched big time now for extremism (stereotypes about “lone attackers” etc)

    Someone did just that at a works do in South Essex (he was a nurse/healthcare assistant), got hauled up to Court and struck off (he had also done a load of other bad stuff as well including bullying coleagues)

    A friend of mine who isn’t in the slightest racist and in fact comes from a European country that got invaded did also actually dress up as Hitler at a free party in SE England 10 years ago (his mate was dressed up as Winston Churchill ? ) – of course as all of us knew they were doing and there was a trend at the time of turning up in bizzare fancy dress to these events that there wasn’t a crime committed but when the cops arrived they said to them they had to remove any obvious military type unitorms or insignia when outside the building or they could have got in trouble.

    There are some ancient laws against wearing realistic military uniforms (of any kind) in public in the UK which can be invoked in times when the govt is paranoid about public disorder or terrorist attacks – unfortunately these times are back with us again.

    before reading this stuff, i cant even imagine that wearing a dress could be a crime in this world..

    learning.................................

    Look what happened to Hitler after dressing like Hitler a few rimes lol

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