I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America…
“I” will not be explained until part four. So, let’s examine what “pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America” means:
Let’s start with pledge.
PLEDGE or PAWN, contracts. These words seem indifferently used to convey the same idea. Story on Bailm. §286.
PAWN. A pledge. Vide Pledge.
A pledge is a contract.
ALLEGIANCE. The tie which binds the citizen to the government, in return for the protection which the government affords him.
What is government?
“Govern” means control and “ment” means mental. (mind control and ego construction)
Flag. a piece of cloth or similar material, typically oblong or square, attachable by one edge to a pole or rope and used as the symbol or emblem of a country or institution or as a decoration during public festivities.
A flag is just a symbol, in this case it symbolizes the United States of America.
What is the United States of America?
28 U.S.C 3002
(15) “United States” means—
(A) a Federal corporation;
The United States of America are a corporation endowed with the capacity to sue and be sued, to convey and receive property. 1 Marsh. Dec. 177, 181. But it is proper to observe that no suit can be brought against the United States without authority of law.
The United States of America is a corporation—so it’s imaginary, like the tooth fairy.
In the case of Dartmouth College v. Woodward, 4 Wheat 626, Chief Justice Marshall describes a corporation to be “ artificial, invisible, intangible, and existing only in the contemplation of Law”
What is Law?
Law. A rule of action prescribed by a superior, which an inferior is bound to obey: 36 C.J. 957
So, in essence it’s contracting with the symbol of something artificial, invisible, intangible, and existing only in the contemplation of Law which is an order from some sort of superior. The United States of America is a superstition and/or an insane delusion.
Superstition. A belief or system of beliefs by which religious veneration or regard is shown toward objects which deserve none; or the assignment of such a degree or such a kind of veneration or regard toward an object, as such object, though worthy of some reverence, does not deserve; a faith or article of faith based on insufficient evidence, or no evidence at all; belief in and reverence of things which are not proper objects of worship; especially, the worship of false gods through fear; pagan doctrines and rites. –Webster.
Superstitious. Over scrupulous and ridged in religious observances; addicted to superstition; full of idle fancies and scruples in regard to religion or supernatural events.–Webster