We the People Request a New Flag for the USA

We the People Request a New Flag for the USA

September 2, 2022
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POTUS Joe Biden and
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Why this petition matters

Started by Alroy Mellor

The United States of America needs a new flag to represent our modern initiatives and goals.  Currently our flag is a knock-off version of the British East India Trade Company's logo and represents a lifetime of slavery and colonialism. 

The current American flag's 13 stripes allegedly symbolize the 13 original colonies. However, the East India Company's flag already had 13 stripes before the colonies ever existed. 

Red is to represent "hardiness and valor," while the white symbolizes "purity and innocence."  The blue is to represent "vigilance, perseverance and justice."  Thanks to modern science and behavioral psychology, we now know that the color red is linked to increased feelings of anger and hate.  These emotions are what tear us apart as a society.  If we can come together on this, we the people can choose a better destiny than one ruled by such low and destructive forces. 

See for yourself:

East India Trade Company Flag

Important links:

<East India Company - Wikipedia>

Flag of the East India Company - Wikipedia

Dr Michael D. Bennett - East India Company and Slavery, 1600-1730 (michaeldbennett.com)

Some things to learn from the British East India Company's growth and demise (strangeloopcanon.com)

Home - North American Vexillological Association (nava.org)

Flags of the World: United States of America (fotw.info)

Heraldry ~ What is Heraldry? (army.mil)

This is not who we are.

We the people deserve a new future, and it starts here with this petition. 

Listen to your heart and visualize the kind of flag that truly represents the citizens of the United States of America with Liberty and Justice for All.  

You have an opportunity to be part of History!

As President Biden said, "There is not a single thing America cannot do. Not a single thing beyond our capacity if we do it together."

This idea was entirely inspired by the writing of R. Buckminster Fuller in his book The Critical Path

Stay tuned for more updates...

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