|Subject:||Re: [socialcredit] C-P& D Chapter X|
|Date:||Tuesday, February 27, 2007 19:46:54 (+1300)|
|From:||Peter <cymric @.......nz>
I am sure that there was another flag of the BEIC that is more obviously
linked to the design of the US flag. I cant remember where I saw it.
Anyway the main point I was making was that (as today) it is usual for
people to refer to the British or the British Empire of the past in relation
to its deeds, usually negative, when in fact it was a powerful elite who
manipulated politics and there needs to be a separation of sorts between
what each actually instigated. Rather like the present situation with the
US which now ' rules' the world.
It is normal for people to say the Americans are doing such and such when
the White House ( neo-cons and oil cabal)at present in my view doesnt
represent the American people.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2007 8:06 AM
Subject: Re: [socialcredit] C-P& D Chapter X
> From an Internet source:
> "At the time of the American Revolution the East India
> Company flag would have been identical to the Grand
> Union Flag. The flag probably inspired the Stars and
> Stripes (as argued by Sir Charles Fawcett in 1937).
> Comparisons between the Stars and Stripes and the
> Company's flag from historical records present some
> convincing arguments. The John Company flag dates back
> to the 1600s whereas the United States adopted the
> Stars and Stripes in 1777."
> Beyond this, Peter, what is your point?
> --- Peter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> You of course are talking about the Crown Corporation,
> the City of London and its Bank of England and
> subsidiary East India Co. Have you ever compared the
> British East India Company flag with the US flag? It
> is obviously its mother flag.
> Peter H
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