Memorial Day - Memorialize the fight against socialists.


Support the ongoing battles against socialism and help educate the media, politicians and the public about liberty. 

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Memorial Day celebrations often focus on the history of Old Glory and the Pledge of Allegiance.
For Memorial Day (May 30th), please alert your readers (your audience) to the latest news and discoveries about that sad time in history:

(1) The salute of the monstrous National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nazis) came from the original pledge of allegiance to the USA's flag and was not from ancient Rome, as shown in the work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry.

(2) The Nazi Party sometimes used the swastika as "S" letters for "Socialism" under their National Socialist German Workers' Party, even though the symbol had other ancient uses.  That is another recent discovery by Dr. Curry. The symbol is a mnemonic device for the etymology of the word "Nazi" as German National Socialism. The world must never forget.

Many people in the media are too timid to report those historic discoveries, especially since 9-11, as the USA's police-state grows and becomes more oppressive. The discoveries help everyone remember the value of freedom and the people who died fighting freedom's enemies. 

In 1892, Francis Bellamy began the pledge of allegiance with a military salute for the phrase "I pledge allegiance" and then the rest of the pledge was chanted with the arm outstretched toward the flag. The military salute became the Nazi salute.  The hand was supposed to be turned upward for the main gesture, however it changed in time to the Nazi-style because of casual extension of the initial military salute straight toward the flag.

Even when the palm was turned upward, people would see the relationship to the later Nazi salute, and the USA's salute changed to the hand-over-the-heart. A website has historic photographs that are not seen anywhere else

Both discoveries were big surprises when uncovered by Attorney Curry, during research for court litigation about the pledge of allegiance in schools and elsewhere.

Memorial Day is a day to remember everyone who died in the "Wholecaust" (of which the Holocaust was a part): 62 million killed under the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; 35 million under the Peoples' Republic of China; 21 million under the National Socialist German Workers' Party. (The death tolls cited are from the book "Death by Government" by Professor R. J. Rummel). It was so bad that Holocaust Museums could quadruple in size with Wholecaust Museums to document the entire slaughter.

In the last world war, the U.S. helped end a war that exploded when Poland was invaded in 1939 by the National Socialist German Workers' Party and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics as allies in a pact to divide up Europe.  Before, during and after the Nazis, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics killed even more people.  The Peoples' Republic of China then followed.  Socialists are nuclear bombs.  Socialism is nuclear war.

It is scary how socialism also deformed America.  Before and during WWII, the Pledge of Allegiance to the U.S. flag used a straight-arm salute that was the origin of the salute of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party.   

The Pledge had been created in 1892 by a self-proclaimed National Socialist, Francis Bellamy, in the U.S. three decades before it inspired the National Socialist German Workers' Party.

Francis Bellamy and his cousin and cohort, the author Edward Bellamy, wanted government to take over all schools as a socialist monopoly, end all of the better alternatives, and use government schools to produce an "industrial army" (a Bellamy term) explicitly modeled upon the military in order to nationalize the economy and create a society of totalitarian socialism as described in the book "Looking Backward" by Edward Bellamy. It explains the modern Military-Socialist complex. The Bellamy boys actively promoted what they called "military socialism."  The book was a worldwide best-seller and influenced the hate-spewing paramilitary societies of WWII and following.

The salute started to change in 1942 because of WWII.  But there are still government schools, and laws that make teachers lead children in robotic chants of the socialist’s pledge daily, on cue.

Memorial Day is a reminder of our victory in the ongoing struggles against socialism.

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After it split from the National Socialist German Workers Party, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics went on to kill even more people.

The death toll numbers cited above are from Professor R. J. Rummel's article in the Encyclopedia of Genocide.

The origin of the word “Nazi” is often forgotten. An easy way to remember that Nazis were self-proclaimed socialists is that the swastika resembles two “S” letters overlapping and the Nazis often used stylized “S” lettering in their symbols.   (

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The court case of Frank Herbert Wonschik v. U.S., argued that the jury selection process was impermissibly tainted by the trial judge's request that all potential jurors stand and recite the Pledge of Allegiance prior to jury selection. Furthermore, that bias also transgressed the Establishment Clause and the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

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If you would like to own the historic collectible out-of-print book "Twenty-Three Words" by Margarette S. Miller, one is available here for $100.  The book is a biography of Francis Bellamy, author of the Pledge of Allegiance.  It is in mint condition, never used. This may be the only opportunity to obtain this eye-popping book   Just use the donation button at top left to purchase the book and communicate with this website at lawyer  AT

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