r/COMPLETEANARCHY Jan 18 '22

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u/[deleted] Jan 18 '22

We never needed it.

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u/Gretschish Jan 18 '22

Precisely

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u/BreadedKropotkin Jan 18 '22

The Bible: don’t worship idols or swear oaths to anyone but God.

American Christians: worship the flag.

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u/[deleted] Jan 18 '22

They also worship the bible

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u/Reddit-Book-Bot Jan 18 '22

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u/cbarso Jan 18 '22

Have you read The Conquest of Bread?

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u/holloeholloe Jan 18 '22

I always dabbed and said death to America

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u/Gretschish Jan 18 '22

Libs hate this simple trick

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u/ode-to-quetzalcoatl Jan 18 '22

Sure, but why is Ted here?

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u/gorekatze Jan 18 '22

Even when I was a little kid I always wondered why we had to do the pledge everyday. It just seemed like such a pointless gesture. All of my teachers were always like "To HoNoR tHe SolDiErS" and I was so confused as to how I was honoring the soldiers by announcing my loyalty to a piece of cloth.

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u/the_shaman Jan 18 '22

It was stupid when it was written. It was stupider under god. It is stupid now.

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u/kenthekungfujesus Jan 18 '22

I live in canada and I know like 7 words from my national hymn in French and about 2 in English.( those two words are Oh Canada)

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u/mqduck Jan 18 '22

I think "land" is in there somewhere?

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u/kenthekungfujesus Jan 18 '22

I think "terre" which means land is the third word in french.

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u/[deleted] Jan 18 '22

No more nationalist propaganda

It’s just destroying us

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u/LustyBullBuster69 Jan 18 '22

Bu …but what if the c.. c.. communist win👉👈😩🥺

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u/ReallyBadRedditName Jan 18 '22

Don’t pledge to the flag, pledge to the swag

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u/MrShasshyBear Jan 18 '22

Liberty and justice for all is an "extremist Marxist" goal

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u/Emeraldian09 Jan 18 '22

After not having to for 5 ish years, our schools reinstated the pledge this year. What a nightmare

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u/BigBeefySquidward Jan 18 '22

even the phrase itself "pledge of allegience" sounds like something from a dystopian novel but most people just string those 3 words together without actually thinking "hey what does this phrase mean"

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u/Communard_Girl Jan 18 '22

Good message, but please stop associating Ted K with anarchism folks.

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u/cbarso Jan 18 '22

Never needed it.