"Nation's pledge" vs Nation's Pledge
When we understand that the people are the nation; would our Nation's True Pledge pledge allegiance to the government or to the nation?
Two Pledges — Different Results
What happens when we do not question those in positions of authority education and government, we may never know the difference
"Our nation's pledge"
To whom or what do you pledge you allegiance when reciting the "I pledge of allegiance to the flag and to the Republic..." pledge...? ...and are you sure?
With the "I pledge allegiance to the flag and the Republic for which it stands..." pledge; many people incorrectly believe they pledge their allegiance to the nation or to their god. Only guessing that their belief stems from the fact that the pledge contains the words "one nation" and "under God" within it.
Knowledge about The Constitution of the United States of America, proves otherwise when, in Article 4, Section 4, it states: "The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union, a Republican Form of Government" — proving the person pledges their allegiance to the government, which is — the Republic.
The Constitution's Article 6 makes it clear that at all levels and in all branches, it is the government that owes its allegiance to the people by pledging their oath to support The Constitution of the United States of America, which is there for the security of the people's rights.
Congress knew what it was doing with their "pledge of allegiance". Or, ignorance of the law — is a valid excuse. Because that pledge represents the grossest ignorance concerning The Supreme Law of the Land. That ignorance is TREASON (Article 4, Section 4).
Our nation's real pledge
Our nation's real pledge is as old as our nation. Since the people are the nation, it is a pledge among ourselves...
From The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, its last line states:
"And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm Reliance on the Protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our fortunes, and our sacred Honor."
The entire purpose of The unanimous Declaration is that of the equal security of all of our rights — not mine over yours or ours over theirs. All this means is that as a united States American, if I see your rights are unjustly attacked; it is my sworn duty, as a united States American, to come to your aid to defend your rights and especially so if I do not like you or the right you exercise; so long as you did not unjustly violate another's rights. With this, I also secure the protection of my own rights — because your rights and mine are identical, though each of us may exercise different rights from the list.
This pledge does not tell us that we must lose any of that which we put at risk. But we must be willing to put all that we are and possess at risk in order to secure our rights. The longer we allow our government to get out of our control, the more likely the loss when we do finally act.
Our losses are certain when we do nothing. The government will tax us to death — consuming our life and our fortunes; also, destroying the value of our Honor (reputation).
The government will pass laws that destroy the value of our good name — our sacred honor – when we violate those unconstitutional laws. The government will try us as criminals for having done nothing but violate an unconstitutional law, while — exercising one of our rights covered by Amendment 9.
That unconstitutional law, itself, being the worst criminal by violating The Supreme Law of the Land; detailed in The Constitution of the United States of America, Article 6; it states:
"This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding."
The difference between the two pledges is massive.
Pledging your allegiance to a government that owes its allegiance to us, the people; is Treason; especially when that government violates The Constitution.
It's about time we learn the difference — and live our nation's true pledge.