Message from ArmaVirumqueCano in tradworker #tradworker
Idk who did the pine tree
But I think this one is better, tbh.
I say lose the stars, and maybe the stripes too. Not out of any anti-Union sentiment I harbor (though I do harbor it), but just because simplistic is better
Changed my name from UrdnotWrex
Yeah, I know. It's just a rough design. Im trying to figure out what to fill the rest out with. The stars and stripes are just a placeholder to give perspective to the image
I like it. Could work for the northeast
@HueTheHand I disagree I dont think the Patriots have the corner on that inagery either
I haven't checked them, anything you have to say, you can say in in front of everyone @HueTheHand
Hey, who's the Major for Oklahoma?
Ok, then. Don't do it.
I don't care
I only saw the message I responded to, the first one
Im not going to respond to someone talking to me like im their subordinate
Good for you. Do you want to keep going?
I know who you are
Gratz on the optics, brah
Thanks, brah, Optics aren't everything, but they can be manipulated as part of a larger strategy.
It's no problem man
Btw, im not from command
Just so that's clear
Your use of the emblems of the Masonic merchants who founded the soulless republic oppressing us is sure to bring in the normies
You do have a point, to be sure
But I never said I was trying to "bring in the normies" Normies just want to conform, to follow the herd
Capitalizing on good aspects of the imagery used by the early Republic could have some merit, as long as a clear distinction is made. Consider Vichy France as an example:
While there is aesthetic continuity with the previous French Republic, the slogan "Work, Family, Fatherland" cuts directly against the Masonic Enlightenment's "Liberty Equality Fraternity"
So, even though I don't especially go for the "American Fascism" aesthetic personally I can see an argument for it
I know that Freemasonry is basically kabbalism for goys, but Im pretty sure the Jews had more to do with our current situation than anything
But even then, France was more than just the documents of the Revolution binding it together, it was hundreds of years of French culture and history
The only thing binding the Masonic republic together is paper and cloth
Better to reject the thing entirely
I wonder if "Liberty, equality, fraternity" were just applied to an ethnically homogeneous population, in more of a spiritual sense, if it would have been so damaging
Furthermore, Vichy France had something we do not and will not
Total control of the engines of propaganda
If those were seen as things that carried responsibility
The red, white, and blue, the stars and stripes, the federal eagle, all that is held firmly in enemy hands
That flag stands for gay transsexual Muslims twerking atop the ruins of a Confederate war memorial, and we do not have the political capital to change that!