Nationalism & The Pledge of Alligance

The Pledge of Allegiance of the United States is an expression of loyalty to the federal flag and the republic [sic] of the United States of America, originally composed by Francis Bellamy in 1892 and formally adopted by Congress as the pledge in 1942.[1] The Pledge has been modified four times since its composition, with the most recent change adding the words "under God" in 1954.

Congressional sessions open with the recital of the Pledge, as do government meetings at local levels, and meetings held by many private organizations. It is also commonly recited in school at the beginning of every school day, although the Supreme Court has ruled on several occasions that students cannot be compelled to recite the Pledge, or punished for not doing so. Unlikely that many Americans, especially those of us who have served in combat in the military, realize that the "Pledge" is not a pledge of allegiance to our country, but a pledge to the federal government of our country. It in no way was intended to be a patriotic pledge to protect and defend the Constitution. Americans do not seem to grasp this fact. So let's do some fact finding and take a look at the history of the Pledge of Allegiance.

Who was Francis Bellamy? Well, he was a self avowed Socialist. He had been a Baptist Preacher, who was kicked out of the church for preaching that "Jesus was a Socialist."

His cousin, Edward was the author of the 1888 fantasy, "Looking Backward" in which the protagonist falls asleep and wakes up in the year 2000 in a socialist utopian world.

The Pledge of Allegiance author Francis Bellamy, "The true reason for allegiance to the flag," was to indoctrinate schoolchildren into the Lincolnian theory of the "perpetual"nature of the consolidated, unitary and omnipotent state. It was intended to ingrain into the minds of Americans [especially children of future generations] that no such thing as "state sovereignty" ever existed. You see the author believed. as did Lincoln, that only a totalitarian centralist state could produce a Utopian world. In this view it is easy to understand how closely Lincoln himself was in accord with what is known as totalitarian communism. Of course, the less offensive paradigm is world socialism, though none the less fascist. The author of the pledge had that socialist utopia in mind when he penned the pledge.

You see, the Pledge of Allegiance is not so much a pledge to the symbol of a "Free" Republic, but rather to the almighty Centralist Federal Government Bureaucracy. For the Left and the Right believe in an all powerful omnipotent State Bureaucracy. It is imperative and the Pledge was designed as tool with which to brainwash us all with the virtues of the monopolistic, consolidated corporate State. The ideal of State Sovereignty had to be destroyed entirely. Since it was so imperative to assure loyalty to the centralist government when the perpetual war campaign was implemented during WWII the words "under God" were added in 1954. The intent was to foster blind obedience to the all powerful central government, by making it no longer popular to question the dictates of the Federal Government. This also perpetuated the ideal in our youth that it is of the highest honor to march off to battle to the death for the illusion of "Protecting Freedom," when in fact it is to advance whatever notion of the omnipotent Federal Government deems necessary to spread the globalist New World Order.

For anyone like myself to point out such hypocrisy as an Obama or other socialist/communists refusing to pledge allegiance when it has served the socialist Lincolnites for so long is sort of comedic. Yet my compatriots rail against any question of the pledge without any clue about when or why it was composed and what it was designed to perpetuate.

No doubt Lincoln worshipers will rail at me for this, but if one studies the truth about Lincoln they will understand what his intentions were and how he set in motion the totalitarian centralist monopoly. It is ominous enough that the Corporate Bureaucracy has totalitarian control of our lives, but it even controls "ideas" and only allows ideas to flourish which it deems useful to the almighty state. {note: Hitler was a great admirer of Lincoln and Bismark was almost a carbon copy of Lincoln. Hitler often referred to Lincoln].

But slowly Americans are beginning to question the Emperor and as has been the case throughout history the more imposing the tyrant the more likely his collapse. Each day leaders of both parties have a wish list of new impositions on the body public and each day some new dictate imposing their will over individual freedoms emits from the almighty throne in DC. Slowly Americans are beginning to see that the throne is the problem not just the jester seated on the throne. Awareness of the truth about our history since Lincoln's war is beginning to come to light not just the infrastructure morphing by the Wilson/Dewey era and the outright Marxist materialism impositions of the FDR era. That is important. Because understanding the intent of "Nationalism" to destroy state sovereignty is a step towards Globalism destruction of nationalism, another extermination of Sovereignty of states and nations. The step by step process is well understood by the proponents of socialism [communism and other centralist monopolists-corporate statists]. That is why now God and the Pledge of Allegiance to any national symbol is being destroyed by the new generation of Globalist Socialists. They want eventually a pledge to the UN or Global Government. That is their goal and the first step, nationalism is now archaic in their view.