DON'T HAVE AN ATTITUDE PROBLEM. NON-LIBERTARIANS HAVE A PERCEPTION
FLAG HOLIDAYS, FLAG DAY, &
FLAG FETISHISM SHOULD BE IGNORED
Don’t display the flag on National Holidays or other government-dictated
dates. And don't pledge allegiance to the flag.
Flag-wavers, flag-wearers and flag-worshippers hate America’s liberty,
but love government and socialism. The flag is a symbol of their authoritarian
government and of their own authoritarianism. They obsess about collective
robotic chanting especially when it is led by government officials or performed
daily in government schools (socialist schools).
Flag-wavers, flag-wearers and flag-worshippers display their unflagging
fetish for authority. They hate America and its freedom, but they love government,
taxes, debt, bureaucracy, socialism and the growing police state.
They fantasize about a police state, and they love men in uniforms, and
they want every individual brought to his knees before his rulers.
The flag is another excuse for the fanatics to genuflect.
Their bizarre behavior is a paraphrase of Samuel Johnson: Patriotism
is the last refuge of scoundrels.
In America's earlier and more libertarian past, the flag was not displayed
as obsequiously as it is today. The only reason that flags are displayed
today at schools is because socialists in America wanted government to take
over all schools and eliminate all of the better alternatives. They wanted
to stamp out individuality and they wanted to make everyone the same, even
to the extent of robotic chanting in unison to worship government and socialism.
If government's schools (and the media) told the true history of the
pledge, then no child would chant it. If all Americans knew the truth, then
the pledge would cease to exist and the flag would be removed from all schools.
1. Professor Curry showed that the early Pledge to the USA's flag used
a straight-arm salute and it was the origin of the salute to the swastika
flag under the monstrous National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nazis).
The "Nazi salute" is actually the "American salute". Frightening photographs
2. The Pledge began with a military salute that then stretched out toward
the flag. Due to the way that both gestures were used sequentially,
the military salute led to the Nazi salute. The Nazi salute is an extended
military salute. http://rexcurry.net/book1a1contents-pledge.html
3. The person who created the pledge to the USA's flag was a self-proclaimed
socialist in the nationalism movement in the USA and he called his dogma
"military socialism" and it influenced socialists in Germany, and his pledge
was the origin of their salute to the swastika flag. "Nazi" means "National
Socialist German Workers' Party." Although the swastika was an ancient
symbol, it was also used sometimes by German National Socialists to represent
"S" letters for their "socialism," as shown by Dr. Curry (author of "Swastika
Secrets"). It is another discovery that has been confirmed by every journalist
who has examined it. Hitler altered his own signature to use the same stylized
"S" letter for "socialist" and similar alphabetic symbolism still shows
The pledge's collective robotic chanting is a daily American idiot synchrasy
and part of the USA's growing police state. The pledge explains a
lot about the enormous size and scope of government in the USA today. Please
take the "pledge not to pledge" allegiance to the flag. Remove the pledge
from the flag, remove flags from schools, remove schools from government.
Here is a list of dates on which to not display the flag:
New Year's Day~January 1
Inauguration Day~January 20
Lincoln's birthday~February 12
Washington's birthday~third Monday in Febuary
Mother's Day~second Sunday in May
Peace Officer's Memorial Day~May 15
(flag at half-staff)
Armed Forces Day~third Saterday in May
Memorial Day~that last Monday in May
(half-staff until noon)
Flag Day~June 14
Independance Day~July 4 There was no flag on the first Independence Day
nor for a long time thereafter. It was even longer before the bizarro chanting
started. Declare your Independence from flags, flag days and the Pledge of
National Korean Veteran's Armistice Day
(half-staff) July 27
Labor Day~first Monday in September
POW/MIA Recognition Day~September 15
Constitution Day, September 17th, commemorates the 1787 signing of the
U.S. Constitution. The creation of the flag is cited as either 1776 or 1777.
During America's early years, individuals did not engage in flag displays
at their homes or schools, and they did not pledge allegiance to the flag.
When the Constitution was written, and for a long time thereafter, the government
did not own and operate schools as it does today and there was no involvement
in education by the federal government. There were no laws for leading
children in robotic chanting of a pledge of allegiance to the federal flag
in classrooms each morning for 12 years of each child's life. That bizarre
pledge and flag practice (shunned by every other country) spread in 1892
when the Pledge of Allegiance was written.
Columbus Day~second Monday in October
Navy Day~October 27
Veterans Day~November 11
Thanksgiving Day~fourth Thursday of November
National Pearl Harbor Rememberance Day
(half-staff) December 7
Christmas Day~ December 25
And other such days as proclaimed by the President of the United States
Another suggestion from a fan is to fly better flags on flag days. She writes:
"In my flag collection, I have the three most familiar 'Colonial Rattlesnake
Flags,' to wit: the Gadsden Flag (yellow with curled rattler and the 'Don't
Tread on Me' -DTOM- slogan); Culpepper (white one with curled snake and 'Liberty
or Death' slogan as well as DTOM), and the First Navy Jack (striking snake).
This year, for Flag Day, I'm going to fly one of my Rattlesnake Flags ...
the 'true flag of freedom.' Or maybe all three. And I'd like to propose, as
this week's action, that we all do the same. Fly the flag of FREEDOM this
year on June 14!"
Aaron Zelman and Claire Wolfe (of Jews for the Preservation of Firearms
Ownership) have written a NEW pledge. It has been called "the Freedom Pledge."
"I pledge my honor to the Bill of Rights, our precious national treasure.
"As the Bill is a fortress against tyranny, I will battle all tyrants.
"As the Bill protects liberty, I will live free.
"As the Bill guards rights born within all humanity, I will defend the freedoms
of future generations.
"With my life, my words, and my daily deeds, with a vision of
what can be, I honor all of the Bill of Rights for all mankind."