Flags of the United States and British East India Company
Posted by Alex on Saturday, January 23, 2010 at 03:29 PM
There is a presumed history of things that is taught to most, that even the less powerful from amongst the elites believe…and then there is another history of these events, that only a relative few and powerful know. It is important for those wishing to see not only the preservation of their own people, but the other various peoples of the world as well that make up humanity, to have an excellent grasp of the past so as to see clearly as to what to do in the present. Hence entries here such as this…
Reflecting the nature of the ‘New Order’ of things to be established on the earth as proclaimed by the Great Seal of the United States, and though unbeknownst by most to this day, one of the first flags chosen to represent the 1776 Revolution by founding elite revolutionaries is the ‘Grand Union’ flag which is identical to that of the multi-national corporation, the British East India Company.
‘The famed “Grand Union” flag hoisted near Washington’s headquarters at Cambridge on 1 January 1776 turned out to be exactly the same as the flag that the East India Company had used ... on the other side of the world ... since 1701. The design is essentially a red ensign (minus, of course, the X of St. Patrick at that time) with the red field divided into 13 red-and-white stripes: the same pattern as the later U.S. flag, once the canton changed to “a new constellation.”’
US Grand Union/British East India Company Flag (1776) - Modern United States Flag (2010)
Speaking of multi-national corporations, people here may wish to recall the US produced 1976 Cold War era movie ‘Network’ and the little talk Mr. Jansen felt compelled to give Mr Beale about the reality of things when Beale had started to get a bit out of hand…
You are an old man who thinks in terms of nations and peoples. There are no nations. There are no peoples…There is only IBM and ITT and AT&T, and DuPont, Dow, Union Carbide and Exxon. Those are the nations of the world today….What do you think the Russians talk about in their Councils of State? Karl Marx? They get out their linear programming charts, statistical decision theories, mini-max solutions, and compute the price-cost probabilities of their transactions and investments, just like we do…
...And our children will live, Mr Beale, to see that ... perfect ... world in which there is no war nor famine, oppression or brutality. One vast and ecumenical holding company for whom all men will work to serve a common profit. In which all men will hold a share of stock. All necessities provided. All anxieties tranquilized. All boredom amused.