Sunday, August 28, 2011

Nazi Hitler trash came from USA's socialists Francis Bellamy, Edward Bellamy & Pledge of Allegiance

Nazi salute came from USA's Pledge of Allegiance

Many People miss the point if their only concern about the Pledge of Allegiance is the phrase "under God." The Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the Nazi salute under the National Socialist German Workers Party or NSGWP (see the discoveries of the symbologist Dr. Rex Curry, author of "Pledge of Allegiance Secrets"). The NSGWP gesture came from the Pledge's use of the military salute extended outward to point at the flag. It was not an ancient Roman salute: that is a myth debunked. Francis Bellamy and Edward Bellamy were national socialists in the USA and they influenced the National Socialist German Workers Party, its dogma, symbols and rituals. They also inspired other totalitarian politicians domestic and foreign. That inspiration continues today and every day in government schools (socialist schools). see the youtube video

Aside from that, the Pledge was part of a larger program written by Francis Bellamy, and the larger program included hymns, bible references, preaching, et cetera, as well as including the phrase "under God." For crying out loud, Francis Bellamy was a Christian socialist and a religious wako. He was not a friend of atheism. That "under God" was not in a specific part of the Pledge of Allegiance program was practically an oversight. The only reason Bellamy MIGHT have opposed the addition is that he did not want other people altering his pledge and messing up the flow. That is ALL.

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Bellamy salute

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