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This was one of the first propositions for the American flag:
They then figured it was a little too obvious and went with the 5 pointed stars and 13 stripes:
The pentagram has been a re-appearing theme in all sorts of public displays, most famous and most obvious in the Pentagon.
Do American flag wearing Christians actually care about the meaning behind it?
I’m not going to link to any information as you are displaying blind following if you don’t research yourself.
But ask yourself what exactly you have been supporting.
I’m not a fan of nationalism anywhere, but when you’re told that Muslims are the enemy and Muslim women cannot be forced to undergo the same TSA Scanner procedure than anyone else and people are taught to die for their country yet need to ask for permission to use their flag, then it is quite understandable that a large group of Veterans takes a stand and supports the right of anyone to wave their flag.
Of course, all of this is done to push the people into blind nationalism even further.
Best is to opt out completely and start understanding what is brewing.
America is and always has been a social experiment to test how far people can be bamboozled.
So even though this is a nice gesture, the effect of it is zero.
The fact remains that America was designed to fail and that when you help other people it should be done regardless of flag, nationality or anything else artificially created to divide the world.