The Evil Intent of the Pledge of Allegiance, by Gary D. Barnett

You’ve got to do something to demonstrate your loyalty to the state. From Gary D. Barnett at

Southington, Connecticut school children pledge their allegiance to the flag, in May 1942.

“Rex Curry is the historian who revealed amazing discoveries including (1) that the USA’s Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was the origin of the Nazi salute and Nazi behavior adopted later in Germany under Hitler’s socialism, and (2) that the so-called “swastika” symbol was used to represent “S” letter shapes for “SOCIALISM” under Hitler.”

It has pleased me greatly to see the recent headlines and articles lambasting the horrible “Pledge of Allegiance.” It is about time. This is beside the fact that many of the reasons given for abandoning these nation-state glorification (socialist) testimonials, are incorrect, based on some ‘woke’ agenda, or some non-thinking collective nonsense. No one should ever have said any evil pledge to any nation or country, or sang any ‘national’ anthem meant as worship of the State. The fact that this is demanded of children from almost infancy to adult is no accident, as it takes time to indoctrinate, and make compliant an entire society.

Jacob Hornberger’s recent article, “The Pledge of Allegiance and Government Schools,” was well done, and explained some of the history of the heinous pledge, but I think it is very important to concentrate on why most adults still stand at attention at every single demand to say the pledge or sing the national anthem. The children mostly comply because they have been taught to do so almost since birth,  this due to being exposed to heinous government schooling (total indoctrination)  that only exists in order to harm and brainwash by promoting State worship and obedience.

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One response to “The Evil Intent of the Pledge of Allegiance, by Gary D. Barnett

  1. moderna johnson

    That’s it? There wasn’t much to this article. In the 80s in elementary school we had to stand up and say the pledge in the morning in the classroom. JWs wouldn’t do it. Everyone else did. By 3th or 5th grade they dropped it. It came back in middle school. High school dropped it for the first year, brought ir back the secons, dropped it again, if I remember correctly. I learned from it merely how to interpret pledges and oaths properly. I.e. ao lkng as it is in line with God as it claims (one nation under God) I pledge allegience, but aince I know its lying about being in line with God I can still say it and no actual allegience is pledged; those words make it conditional. When they remove them, I won’t say it. In fact I think that’s why it sometimes got dropped, either becauae removing those words made lids refuse to say it or a atheist administration found it more convenient to drop it altogether than deal with the conplaints on removing them.


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