Monday, September 18, 2006

Did You Ever Notice?



Muslims can insult us but we can't offend them.
They own all the oil but they can't get it out of the ground without us.
We can't defend ourselves but they can call for jihad.

Do you remember when on 9/11 George Bush asked Americans to fly the American flag as a show of solidarity and unity and hope. I think in this present time all Catholics should fly the Vatican flag. And I suggest this only because it appears impossible to purchase a Crusader flag. (Here is an idea for an entrepreneur).

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sure you can get a Crusader flag. Just search for "flag" "England" & "football" (i.e. soccer) on Google.

Jovan-Marya Weismiller, T.O.Carm. said...

Why not kill two birds with one stone? The Danish flag is almost identical to the Flag of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta (The Knights Hospitaller of the Crusades). Here's a link to the SMOM page with their flag.

http://www.orderofmalta.org/bandiere.asp?idlingua=5

religion of pieces said...

The crusader flag is the Cross of Saint George, protector of the defenceless, destroyer of evil and patron saint of England.

The UK flag contains no fewer than three superimposed crosses (including St George) and is INTENSELY OFFENSIVE to Muslims and their PC dhimmi self-loathing collaborators and appeasers...

http://www.newsandstar.co.uk/news/viewarticle.aspx?id=410785

qlinger said...

You can't ask people to fly the English flag. THat would be treason if you are an american and Irish. You can buy Vatican flags on ebay and from the vatican store on line.

Jovan-Marya Weismiller, T.O.Carm. said...

How about wearing a Crusader Cross pin (or any Cross pin) as I do every day? If you can't find a source, email me and I'll send you a link or information on getting one>

Madeline said...

I did a little internet browsing regarding the "crusader flag" and found that there is not one, but many depending upon from which country, kingdom or order the crusader hailed.

I'm more familiar with the red cross on the white background, which is the French crusader's banner. So, I like the idea of flying the Vatican flag.

Here's the question, do you fly it above or below the American flag?

M. Alexander said...

If you ubscribe to the heresy of Americanism, then yo fly it below the American flag, like John Kerry or Ted Kennedy would.

Thomas Shawn said...

The England/Crusader flag was an issue during the World Cup. There were protestations from athiests claiming it was offensive to Muslims but the Muslims really never said anything about it.

I cannot fly the English/red cross flag because too many Catholics were murdered under it.

Isn't the Vatican flag white and yellow with a fancy crest on it?

Mary's right on this one ... I'd fly the Vatican one above/to the left of the American one. (if flags are in a row...then they are ordered as if on a number line .. the left-most is the highest rank.) The same thing goes on in the military if you are walking along with someone of higher rank than you ... you either want to be somewhat behind them or to their left/your right.

I know some churches fly flags in them ... it'd interesting to note which way they do it.

A neightbor flies only the Brazilian flag and that ticks me off.

Madeline said...

BTW, my question was meant to be facetious. ;)

Tradcatholic said...

Thomas said,"Isn't the Vatican flag white and yellow with a fancy crest on it?"

It is. The link Mary provided in the posting shows this. The white flag with the red cross pictured is the St. George Flag of England.

ablondeblogger said...

I couldn't agree with you more. And what a great idea to fly the Vatican flag!!

Gaufridus said...

I think that all Catholics should fly both the Vatican flag and the US flag. It definitely sends the right message: Catholic and patriotic.

jessica said...

AFter all the complaining on this blog about Milingo I'm surprised that his excommunication isn't on today's blog!

You've been scooped by most of the other Catholic sites!!

http://www.americanpapist.com/2006/09/milingo-excommunicates-himself-over.html