From the sublime to the insidious. Pete at Western Rifle Shooters Association has an update on the Nyberg Flag availability.
In addition, in the same post he has issued a call for ideas on the procurement of items necessary to prosecute the next phase of clandestine warfare on the hearts and minds of the jack booted thugs:
Urinal cakes and ceramic discs with the logos of various federal agencies on them.
This is an old idea.
Southern chamber pot with the image of Federal Major General Benjamin Franklin "Beast" Butler.
"As the Officers and Soldiers of the United States have been subject to repeated insults from the women calling themselves ladies of New Orleans, in return for the most scrupulous non-interference and courtesy on our part, it is ordered that hereafter when any Female shall, by word, gesture, or movement, insult or show contempt for any officer or soldier of the United States, she shall be regarded and held liable to be treated as a woman of the town plying her avocation." -- Maj. Gen. Benjamin Franklin Butler, General Order No. 28, New Orleans, Louisiana, 15 May 1862.
For three weeks following the Federal takeover of New Orleans, the good Confederate women of the town had indicated their displeasure by various public snubs, insults, and in one case, the dumping of the contents of a chamber pot upon the head of Capt. David G. Farragut as he passed on the street below an upstairs window. Butler's order was received with outrage throughout the South and some inventive ceramic pot maker made a small fortune selling fine chamber pots with the image of "Beast" Butler on the inside bottom so that southern ladies could express their contempt for him. Other pots were turned out with Abe Lincoln's visage.
That was then, this is now. Pete's idea takes the Butler chamber pot one insidious step forward: why not let the Feds piss on themselves?
Pete's idea for the cakes is two-fold. First, they can be sold to folks who wish to urinate upon the logos of their least favorite agency. This will help fund the larger effort. Second, they can be easily smuggled into Federal buildings and placed in the urinals thereof.
Of course, a urinal cake can be easily removed, so beyond the first shock of seeing the image of their beloved agency, or President, so sneeringly disrespected, the cake's value as a propaganda tool, while undeniable, is sadly limited in effect.
It is with the ceramic disc idea that the Butler chamber pot comes to the perfection of 21st century insidious perversity. Making it ceramic means it can evade the ubiquitous metal detectors at the entrances to all Federal buildings. Using 21st century marine glue to affix it to the bottoms of urinals and toilet bowls will make it near impossible, without wrecking and replacing the commode or urinal, to remove.
It will be as if "Beast" Butler was forced to piss all over his own likeness, day in and day out.
It is brilliant.
So if you have any ideas or suggestions that can help bring this to fruition, please go to the link and drop him a message.