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 Saint Andrews Cross is a Christian symbol ...

Have you ever wondered why the politically correct hate Southern Flags so much? Why the liberal media, such as the AJC go to any lengths to discredit Southern Heritage and Our TRUE State Flag? Why the large globalist corporations would even care about a State Flag?

Well read the latest issue of the Georgia Political Underground for information that the politically correct will never give you.

Of course the Democratic Party makes no bones about trying to remove Christianity from the public sector. And many would be surprised at how the Republican Party has joined the Democratic Party in pandering to the politically correct. Judge Moore was prosecuted by a Republican Attorney General, received no support from a Republican governor and seven of the nine Supreme Court Justices that refused to hear Judge Moore's case were appointed by Republican Presidents. Seven of the eight Associate Justices that turned Judge Moore over to be tried were Republicans.

In Georgia, a Republican governor, the Republican Senate Majority Leader and Pro-Temp among others led the way in "selling" Our State Flag, based on a Christian symbol to the Atlanta Chamber, black caucus and politically correct for a tax increase and campaign contributions.

Shame, shame, shame, especially for those who know better but have remained quiet out of fear of the politically correct.



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Jamaica MAN!

Jamaica is an island country located in the Atlantic Ocean, south of Cuba. Jamaica was a British colony for over 300 years, from 1655 until 1962, when it became an independent country. The flag of Jamaica was adopted on August 6, 1962. It consists of a yellow diagonal cross with green above and below and black on either side (these three colors are Pan-African colors). The width is twice the length, 3 x 6. The yellow in this flag represents the sun. The green represents the land. The black represents hardship.

Saint Andews Cross

The Confederate Naval jack, commonly referred to as the "Rebel flag".  circa 1862, a full 100 years before Jamaica became an independent nation. See any similarities? Scroll up and down, and see for yourself.

Saint Andews Cross

Now one must ask, why would a Pan African nation like Jamaica, adopt the very exact design of the Confederacy, 100 years after the fact, when this Pan African nation declared its independence from British rule. IN 1962 of all times? Do you think they adopted this symbol with out knowing its roots? The truth is, the St. Andrews cross flag has always been a symbol of independence, and defiance against tyranny. Ask the Jamaicans what flag they hoisted up the VERY day they claimed their independence from British rule. They will tell you, the St. Andrews Cross.

Flag of Great Britain circa 2003

Do you see the St. Andrews cross in the design of this flag? 

 Saint Andews Cross


                      Saint Andews Cross

Remember Lech Walesa of the Polish shipyards many years back and the labor union he formed called Solidarity? Guess what flag they flew? Yep, the St. Andrews cross Rebel flag.

Guess what flag was flying in Tienamin Square in China when the communists crushed the freedom movement? Yep, you guessed it again, the St. Andrews cross Battle flag.

This flag has always been the symbol of defiance against Tyranny. Nothing has changed in 140 years, ask the Jamaicans.

Editors note:
Saint Andrew was the first apostle of Jesus Christ. Brother of Simon Pe[Saint Andrew stained glass]ter, and follower of John the Baptist. He went through life leading people to Jesus, both before and after the Crucifixion. Saint Andrew was a missionary in Asia Minor and Greece, and possibly areas in modern Russia and Poland. Martyred on a saltier (x-shaped) cross, he is said to have preached for two days from it.
There are several explanations for why Andrew became the patron of Scotland.
In 345, Emperor Constantine the Great decided to translate Andrew's bones from Patras to Constantinople. Saint Regulus was instructed by an angel to take many of these relics to the far northwest. He was eventually told to stop on the Fife coast of Scotland, where he founded the settlement of Saint Andrew.

In the 7th Century, Saint Wilfrid brought some of the saint's relics with him after a pilgrimage to Rome. The Scots king, Angus MacFergus, installed them at Saint Andrew's to enhance the prestige of the new diocese.

When the Pictish King Angus faced a large invading army, he prayed for guidance. A white cloud in the form of a saltier cross floated across the blue sky above him. Angus won a decisive victory, and decreed that Andrew would be the patron saint of his country.
Following Robert Bruce's victory at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314, (the final scene in the movie Brave Heart),  the Declaration of Arbroath officially named Saint Andrew the patron saint of Scotland. The Saltier became the national flag of Scotland in 1385.                                     

Editors note:  If you watch closely right before the great battles begin in the movie Brave Heart, you will clearly see William Wallace's men carrying white square flags with a RED X in them. Just like below.  

Below are the current state flags of Alabama and Florida. Ever seen these before?

Alabama State flag circa 2003

Florida State Flag circa 2003

Saint Andews Cross

Saint Andews Cross


The present Alabama State Flag was authorized by the Alabama Legislature on February 16, 1895, by act number 383. According to the Acts of Alabama, 1895, the state flag was to be a crimson cross of St. Andrew on a field of white. The bars forming the cross were not to be less than six inches broad and must extend diagonally across the flag from side to side. The act does not designate a square or a rectangular flag.

The Florida state flag was authorized by a joint resolution of the legislature in 1899, approved by state voters in 1900, made this the current State Flag the official banner of Florida. The official specifications for the flag can be found in Chapter 15.012 of the Florida Statutes. "The State Flag shall conform with standard commercial sizes ( very interesting that the Florida legislature put this language into their bill. The 2003 Georgia House should take note, and they could have avoided the same debacle over 6 foot flags that caused them such great embarrassment), and be of the following portions and descriptions: The seal of the state, in diameter one-half the hoist, shall occupy the center of a white ground. Red bars, in width one-fifth the hoist, shall extend from each corner towards the center, to the outer rim of the seal.", ie. a saltier.

So one must ask, why has society always included this Christian symbol in their flags?  The tired old argument of it being a symbol of white supremacy just doesn't fly, unless of course, Jamaicans are white supremacists?

The St. Andrews cross, a Christian symbol, the symbol of truth, honor, courage, and defiance against tyranny, and is never ending, ask a Jamaican.

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