You're on to something.
Indeed! Remember that Benjamin Franklin "chose" this flag as an idea for how the US should be rebelling against the British Empire like the East India Company. More like the US ALWAYS has been a corporation that waged wars for those on the top who hired them to profit out of the destruction and control history.
Place Vendôme - Wikipedia...fell over on the heap of sand prepared for it, with a mighty crash. There was no concussion on the ground, the column broke up almost before it reached its bed, and lay on the ground, a huge mass of ruin. An immense dust and smoke from the stones and crumpled clay rose up and an instant after a crowd of men, National Guards, Communards, and a sight-seeing Englishman flew upon it, and commenced to get bits of it as remembrance, but the excitement was so intense that people moved about as in a dream.
I'm looking forward to the upcoming thread @KorbenDallas... I have an ask, when you do post it, can you let us know what set you down this path of thinking as well?May be the United States existed, but not the US of A. In my understanding so far. USA only formed during what we call the Civil War. Of course that makes this Civil War to be something totally different, and this is why we have so many fake photographs.
This is a pretty bold statement to make but things do not add up, and make little sense the way they are. Still building this hypothesis.
The Crown is in control, I think.
Wish I had more time. Probably not for a few days
Lol, will do. Been awful busy at work for the last few days, and probably will be for a few more. Have things to share but no time. Will try to catch up
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