When Republicans criticize the 9th Circuit Court of appeals, Republicans
don't call for ending government schools, instead Republicans simply criticize
the ruling against the phrase "under God."
When the First Amendment establishment clause was written, the government
wasn't operating schools, and wasn't making students say pledges with,
or without, God. But that isn't part of any Republican arguments.
Republicans don't call for ending government schools. Republicans want
students to say the pledge in the government schools, and they want the
phrase "under God" included.
Perhaps the name "Society of Christian Socialists" would fit Republicans
even better than Bellamy, since Republicans favor the more religious
version of Bellamy's pledge with the phrase "under God" inserted in 1954.
When the pledge was originally written, the socialist Bellamy didn't want
God used to endorse socialism and government schools. Republicans are
more socialistic than that today.
It's a good bet that if the present Republican Party policies were compared
with those of the Society of Christian Socialists in 1862, it would be
seen that the Republicans have adopted and surpassed the socialism of
the Society of Christian Socialists of 1862.
Should the Republican Party be renamed the "Society of Christian Socialists"?
Socialists in the United States have a long history of duping republicans.
Pledge of Allegiance photographs show how socialists used government
schools (socialist schools) to impose segregation by law, to teach racism
as official policy, to indoctrinate students against capitalism, and
to stamp out individuality and freedom.
Socialism has a history of seducing and duping republicans. http://rexcurry.net/commentary/Bellamy.html
The Pledge of Allegiance was written by the American socialist Francis
Bellamy, cousing and cohort to another infamous American socialist, Edward
Bellamy (author of the book Looking Backward). They wanted to impose
a heavy-handed method of brain-washing migrants and all Americans into accepting
their socialist dogma that they called "Nationalism."
The government, through its schools, taught racism, segregation
and socialism for decades and it served as a bad example long before
the formation of the National Socialist German Workers' Party (NSGWP).
Government in the U.S. even continued the bad behavior (segregation
and racism) for decades after the NSGWP ended, and even into the 1960's.
Thereafter, the legacy caused more police-state racism of forced busing
that destroyed communities and neighborhoods and deepened hostilities.
Government schools have never stopped teaching socialism.
Francis Bellamy's Pledge of Allegiance (1892) was the origin of
the stiff-arm salute of the National Socialist German Workers' Party,
as shown in the work of the noted historian Dr. Rex Curry (author of "Pledge
of Allegiance Secrets"). People were persecuted for refusing to
give the straight arm salute to the national flag. That was the
national flag of the USA and of Germany. It happened at the same time
in the USA (to the stars and stripes) and in Germany (to the swastika
Edward Bellamy helped spread modern swastika symbolism as overlapping
S-letters for "socialism" adopted by the National Socialist German Workers'
All of the above shows how close the USA came (and is still coming)
to the socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part): the
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (65 million dead); the Peoples' Republic
of China (49 million dead); the National Socialist German Workers' Party
(21 million dead).
Even today, some people still love the socialist's Pledge Of Allegiance
and claim that it should not be recited in Spanish. They are correct that
the Pledge should not be recited in Spanish, because the Pledge should
be recited only in German, Russian, or Chinese.
Some people say that Dr. Curry's work exposes many Americans as fools
and as useful idiots for socialists.
Please stand for the RexCurry.Net theme song.
It is a wonder why putting references to God on money and on the socialists's
pledge is not considered blasphemous. It is a wonder why there is no movement
to put "under God" on the flag itself (it is already on coins and in the
socialist's pledge). It would be similar to "God is Great" written on the
flag of Iraq.
The Capitalist philosopher Ayn Rand once said that she felt like the
only adult in a world full of children. She might have added that
she felt like the only adult in a world full of children robotically chanting
the Pledge of Allegiance.
Rex Curry is an attorney in Tampa, Florida. He can be reached via email
at rexy -at- ij.net.
The Redpublican Socialist Party and the neocoms are a lost cause for
liberty and must end (or merge with the Democratic Socialist Party). Here
The neocoms used the phrase "Homeland Security" when naming an agency.
(This fact alone merits banishment for eternity).
The Redpublican Governor of Florida and Redpublican legislators passed
a record theft, wealth redistribution, and socialism package to give
money to Scripps Inc., to move to Florida.
On the national level, redpublicans are stealing over $87 billion
to send to Iraq and elsewhere.
After Rush Limbaugh was accused of street level purchases of drugs
that might carry minimum mandatory sentences, not only did he fail to
retract his previous police-state pronouncements on the "drug war," but
Florida Governor Jeb Bush chimed in for a new neocom police-state registry
for tracking all prescriptions of that type.
A google search indicates that the first website on the internet to
specifically coin the term "Redpublican Party" is http://rexcurry.net
Redpublican Party is destined to be a household word at the rate the
Redpublican Party is flushing itself down the toilet of socialism, outdoing
even the democratic socialists. rexcurry.net also originated the term "neocom."
Google also reveals that RexCurry.net is also one of the first web sites
to describe the current President Bush as "President Hillary in drag."
redpublican neocoms, neocom redpublicans, republican neocoms, neocom
republicans, redpublicans, redpublican socialists
url for the above image of the Pledge of Allegiance http://rexcurry.net/pledge-utah2.jpg
College Republicans at UVSC organize rally to support the phrase
Date: Thursday, November 17
Students joined state legislators and the attorney general
in reciting the pledge of allegiance at UVSC on Wednesday to show their
support for the words "under God."
State Rep. Rebecca Lockhart, R-Provo, and state Sens. Parley
Hellewell, R-Orem, and Curt Bramble, R-Provo, and Utah Attorney General
Mark Shurtleff attended a rally organized by College Republicans at
Utah Valley State College themed "Keep Us One Nation Under God."
College Republican President Bryan Horn said the event was
intended to protest the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals' 2002 ruling that
the phrase "under God" makes the pledge an unconstitutional endorsement
of religion, as well as to show support for the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan,
and for the U.S. flag.
Shurtleff said the ruling "effectively took a piece of masking
tape and put it over the mouth of every kid in America who have a right
under the Constitution to freedom of religion, free expression and freedom
"That, to me, was a violation of the First Amendment, not the
other way around."
The crowd responded with applause when Shurtleff proclaimed,
"Those who want to express that should not be prohibited by government
-- whether it's state government, or the 9th Circuit, or the Supreme
Court -- from being able to express their belief in a god."
Shurtleff also said he supports a constitutional amendment
to protect the flag from desecration.
"There are other ways for people to express their freedom and
what they want, their attitude about this government, about this country,
about anything they want, but not the symbol of our sovereignty, not
the symbol that continues to represent our freedoms in this country,"
Horn said the flag is an international symbol of freedom.
"When our pioneer and founding women under Betsy Ross first
sewed that first American flag, they consecrated it to this nation and
said that it would be a symbol and a beacon of hope to the world. The
flag still is that today."
After the rally, as the song "God Bless the USA" by Lee Greenwood
played on the speakers in the Ragan Theater, Jeff Cardon of Orem said
he attended the rally to celebrate freedom.
"This was a great opportunity to listen to what our local leaders
are striving for in guiding our state and our community and our country,"
Freshman general studies major Angie Oldham said she wants
to help make sure the country stays one nation under God. "That's what
our nation was founded on, and I don't think anybody should change that."
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