The Flag For Which We The People Stand, Pledge and Sing



The United States of America, Union Republic


Though void of actual life, the red, white, and blue banner for which We the People Stand Pledge and sing, dubbed “Old Glory”, or the “Stars & Stripes”, is not an in adamant object, i.e., placard, cloth, material, poster, etc., but rather considered “a living thing” to be treated as such.


While highly respected and pledged to, the US Flag is not to be experienced as a (human-made) divine deity that executes blessings or cursing according to the homage of devotees, being stark rebellion against The GOD identified in the Hebrew Holy Scriptures-both Testaments.


“You shall have no other gods before ME, nor bow down to them in obedience.” GOD  - The Bible


“Swear not at all; neither by heaven; for it is God's throne: Nor by the earth; for it is HIS footstool: neither by Jerusalem; for it is the city of the great King. Neither shall you swear by your head, because you can’t make one hair white or black. But let your communication be, Yes, yes; No, no: for whatsoever is more than these comes of evil.” Yeshuah/Jesus - The Bible


Therefore, each time US citizens Pledge Allegiance, they renew or are saying "yes" to their commitment to reasonable duty of vigilance in the continual upholding the ideals of the republic represented by the Flag...not the worship of the thing made by human hands.


The flying Flag signals remembrance of who and what we are as We the People, that by living according to our founding republican ideals “under GOD”, the Stars & and Stripes lives as well.


In combination with the Flag, and Pledge, is the nation’s Number One hit tune, its National Anthem, The Star Spangled Banner, which is also a reminder of that the freedoms experienced under the symbolism of Old Glory is not free in world of violence.


Therefore, given the business of our daily concourses whether in business, education, entertainment, particularly sports, the flying Flag reminds We the People of their Preamble duties “to more perfect the Union”, admitting imperfection.


In 1776, recognizing that the Union of the United States republic, as all living things from species to geo-political, government entities, spanning monarchies, dictatorships, democracies, republics, oligarchies, etc., are born with imperfections (birth defects), some worse than others.


In the case of the “America”, the wound or defect of generations-destroying chattel slavery, is the greatest and most dangerous imperfection which ultimately could become fatal to the Union.  


The purpose of the Flag, the Pledge and song whenever and however often they are conducted, is not to praise them, nor “the republic for which it stands”, but rather reminds We the People to work in the freedom provided by our forefathers, especially they of the active duty US military, KIA, MIA, deceased, POW, veterans and wounded – mind and body, and governing.


Being “under GOD”, Who is the Central Figure of the Declaration of Independence, it is our duty to ensure that ideals of “liberty and justice for all” is equitably distributed throughout the Union to all citizens, thereby keeping the republic indivisible.


The ideals of the Flag that We the People Stand to salute; Pledge and Sing, is what provides the freedom by which US citizens can express their First Amendment Rights in religion, speech in agreement or protest, therefore, to destroy or desicrate these symbols is to signal domcidal intent.


For foreign enemies to destroy our American Flag, is an act of declared warfare upon We the People; and for US citizens to do so, is the act of treason, of which both deserves the eventual consequences of their folly.


In the meantime, We the People Stand, Pledge and Sing of our Country Tis of Thee.


“Duty, Honor, and Country” General Douglas McArthur