Monday, May 28, 2012

Fascist salute 1 Third Reich from USA to world

The Pledge of Allegiance should end because it was the origin of the Nazi salute and Nazi behavior (see the work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry).

Francis Bellamy (author of the Pledge) was cousin and cohort to Edward Bellamy (another American national socialists and author of the Nationalist magazine of the Edward Bellamy Memorial Association and from Chicopee Falls MA). Google Maps

Francis grew up in Rome NY and attended Rome Free Academy and that is the source of the debunked "ancient Roman salute" myth. The Nazi salute was from Rome New York, not Rome Italy (again, see the work of Dr. Curry).

When stories such as the one above come out, the old news media will never mention the Pledge's putrid past, nor print a photo or video of the early American stiff-armed salute. If they did, then no one would stand for the pledge. The pledge continues to be the source of Nazi behavior wherein government schools (socialist schools) begin each day by teaching bullying and peer pressure and punish dissenters. The pledge is a daily repetition of the Milgram experiment and a demonstration of the banality of evil. It is sad to see that the news recently had two stories: an adult selectwoman politician in Falmouth, MA who cowardly caved in to bullying regarding the pledge, and a 13-year-old student in a government school in Brownsville, PA who is not a coward and who defied the pledge despite ongoing persecution from cowardly adults. Francis Bellamy is sometimes referred to as America's Leni Riefenstahl because of his earlier influence on spreading socialism (and the stiff-armed gesture) through government schools et cetera. Of course, Bellamy was very religious, a "Christian socialist" and his original pledge was a small part of a his much larger pledge program replete with hymns, prayers, references to the Bible and God, including the phrase "under God." That is why the original pledge program cannot be performed in government schools, only the pledge's tiny part (to which the deifiication was also added in 1954). Rome NY on Google Map

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