posted on Oct, 9 2017 @ 10:24 PM
a reply to: TinySickTears
When it comes to something such as the national anthem, it's a case of what is traditionally done to show respect. When someone decided to do
something totally opposite, to push some narrative or another, that's not respectful of the tradition, or of the nation itself.
Besides, how, exactly, does refusing to stand for the national anthem relate to some imagined racist violence on the part of police? The cases that
are used are grossly misrepresented, and the issue isn't what is claimed, nor is it related at all
to the national anthem. Instead of looking
for real solutions, these people are attacking the very foundations of being a patriotic American. They are acting as though being American, and
loving one's country, is somehow "racist", and "promotes violence" against a certain group. The entire thing is ludicrous. They are being used as
puppets by globalists, who want no borders, and can't even see it.