Not About a Flag

Actions speak in ways words fail and when, in the case where there is no prohibition of moral conscience, the outcome is rarely considerate of consequence. The horrific actions in Charleston are no more an extension of Slavery than were the events in Baltimore, Nigeria or Ferguson; they are the result of a culture that no longer places value on the divinity of human life.

If it’s about a flag then we’re going to have to remove every U.S. Flag from every public building including those on the numerous foreign posts as well. We continue to fight slavery but not the type you’ll hear of in the media or from the advantage-at-will opportunist. It is the enslavement-of-mind apart from its native moral compass, the evangelizing and breeding of a twisted form of selective thought which attempts to anesthetize one from the absolute distinctions of right vs. wrong.

If the reasons (slavery) for removing the Confederate Flag are deemed so reverently relevant then you’d best consider the numerous tragedies having taken place under the banner of the Stars ’n Stripes and here’s just one of the more heartwarming examples: Since 1973, the year the Supreme Court decided to assume the role of the Divine, it is estimated that 54,559,615 abortions have been performed in the United States.

It’s not a flag problem. It’s a distinctly human problem! Leave the flag alone if for no other reason than to serve as a reminder of what happens when ignorance and arrogance converge!

Curtis C. Greco, Founder

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