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Star Mangled Banner

American National Anthem - Revised


Oh, say, can you see,
By the dawn's early light,
What so proudly we hailed
At the twilight's last gleaming?

Whose broad stripes and bright stars,
Through the perilous fight,
O'er the ramparts we watch'd,
Were so gallantly streaming?

And the rockets' red glare,
The bombs bursting in air,
Gave proof thro' the night
That our flag was still there.

O say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave
O'er the land of the free
And the home of the brave?


Don't obey, can't you see?
That all gone are our rights
Once so proudly we hailed
With our faces all beaming

Blood soaked stripes and torn stars
From the perilous fight
That our leaders have sought
Causing terror and screaming

And the false flags did scare
As bombs burst in the air
But the proof was ignored
And the shills are still there

O say, let all nations' white banners be waved
So the world can be free
And our souls can be saved


Every American citizen tries to memorize and recite the Star Spangled Banner lyrics like a divine prayer - sometimes unsuccessfully.

They learn to stand at attention and tearfully sing the 'sometimes mangled' lyrics at every hockey, basketball, baseball and football game and at every other major event.


The music for the "Star Spangled Banner" is not original. In fact, it wasn't even composed BY an American nor was it composed FOR America.

The anthem lyrics glorify war and patriotism and they are deeply embedded in the american psyche and identity.

"perilous fight", "ramparts", "rockets' red glare", "bombs bursting in air", "land of the free", "home of the brave"



Opium drug trafficking, slave trading and the Rothschild crime families played a pivotal role in American history - but these facts have been deleted from the history books.

The U.S. flag borrows the 13 red and white stripes found on the sail of the Viking (Hebrew Tribe of Dan) ships. They are also found on the Rothschild's British East India Company flag.


Flags, Anthems and Pariotism 

In the distant past, Planet Earth had no borders. People freely migrated from place to place without passports.

In today's world, our planet has been carved up like a jigsaw puzzle. People are fenced inside a land mass with armed guards patrolling the borders. Those who are "fenced in" must apply for passports and ask permission to step outside of their corral or face imprisonment.


Armies, borders, flags and anthems divide the people of the world into manageable corrals. We are given a national ID number, a national flag, a national anthem, national borders, a national army to enforce that border and a national identity to keep everyone tribal, loyal and confined within their fenced area on the world map.

Patriotism is a "herd" manipulation device. If you are programmed to believe that the land mass patrolled by armed guards (your nation) is part of your identity, then you will go to war and kill and die for it.

Anyone who believes the lyrics that America is the "land of the free" needs to give their head a shake. They need to read the Patriot Act and the history of the Federal Reserve and they need to think about the insanity of "giving up their freedom to protect their freedom" and "fighting and killing for peace".

Is there anyone living in "the home of the brave" who is brave enough to stop "fighting" and "killing" for peace and to stop giving up their freedom to protect their freedom? Is there anyone brave enough to stay seated at sports events and stop singing the Rothschild Spangled Banner?

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