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About Flags, Brexit, 2007, and the Ongoing Outrage February 2, 2020 By Anna Von Reitz

Yesterday, I got a blurb from Greg Hallett that indicated that our brethren in Britain and Australia are just as confused about “the gold-fringed flag” as we were, here, in America, for many years.
The “return of Britain to Britain” via BREXIT was fabulously celebrated yesterday with a great deal of flag waving, and the British People rallied in the streets and dockyards, in the pubs and alleys, waving and cheering the Union Jack.
This effusive nationwide flag-waving and the ceremonies marking the end of Britain’s involvement in the European Union also brought the gold-fringed flag into the Public Eye, with many Commentators thinking it was an Admiralty Flag. Not so.
As a result of many years of research by American Patriots into exactly this hard-to-track-down question, we can definitively tell the world that flags with gold fringe added to their edges are called the “National Colors” — and are “Ceremonial Flags” used by the Executive Branch of the Government — having no other standing or meaning as flags.
That is, they are the equivalent of decorative elements, trotted out — in this case — by the Prime Minister’s Office, presenting the “National Colors” but not truly representing Great Britain.
This should raise some eyebrows. Why use a “Ceremonial Flag” and not the actual flag, if Britain is truly free and independent of the EU? Was this a mistake? A cry for help? What does the absence of the actual Union Jack on such an occasion mean?
Time will tell what –if anything– the use of the “Ceremonial Flag” means. But our friends throughout Britain and in the Commonwealth should be well-informed by our experience with the use of this same “fake flag” in American Courts.
Anyone can display a Ceremonial Flag for any reason. It’s like bunting. It isn’t really a flag.
In the corporate tribunals used to fleece Americans over the past two centuries, these “flags” were used to lend the appearance of authority and to encourage us to assume an association of these courts with our lawful government — when in fact no such association exists.
Regardless of what the use of gold-fringed flags may portend, it is apparent that rank and file Brits have felt as constrained and as abused by the EU as others around the world, and are fortunate enough to escape relatively intact.
The words “relatively intact” are used because Britain has indeed suffered for a long time as a result of its inclusion in the EU, and trillions of dollars have been drained out of its economy, and its basic industries have been reduced to mere shadows of their former glory.
This has served to leave Britain among the Walking Wounded, but now walking at any rate. It’s British Pound Sterling is still viable. It’s land ownership and lawful banking movement is burgeoning. People are waking up across the Pond, and throughout the Commonwealth, just as we are.

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