The Patron Saints
The cross of St Patrick is the symbol meant to celebrate St Patrick’s Day, just as the Cross of St George is meant to celebrate St George’s Day. However, as we reached March mainland England was bombarded with Green, White and Orange of the tricolour.
No animosity at all is felt towards the Irish people. However, the tricolour is the flag of Eire the Republic of Ireland and St Patrick is the Patron saint of the whole of Ireland. Therefore, the tricolour is not meant to celebrate this patron’s day. One should see that this is a blatant political move in that in England St David was completely ignored on March 1st while tricoloured bunting was already on sale. Similar to the planned ‘Republican’ march through an English City there is a high level political agenda. Labour Marxists have united with their brother IRA and intend to split kin race and intensify sectarian violence.
Meanwhile, on St George’s Day, if the corporate Zionist remembers, the English are treated to a repeat of the George Gross plastered all over footballs. This is another political manoeuvre by Zionist media to belittle the English. In “Come on England” the Zionist is in fact implying that the only ‘heritage’ the English have is football. Ironically while White man did invent ‘the beautiful game’ he is now a spectator to the sport that is being populated by Africa’s excess.
When set against each other these displays of supposed ‘national’ celebration reveal the perfect opportunity for Zionism to play their divisive ‘games’. Elevating St Patrick over and above St George in the consumer market pushes it to the forefront of the mass mind. In this way the corporate Zionist is politicising St Patrick by using the tricolour and marginalising the English by ignoring St George or ‘relegating’ it to football. In reality while the tricolour is the flag of the Irish people or the Irish Republic, Zionism is trying to contaminate it with Marxist IRA connotations. Their intention in doing this is to stir up sectarian violence. Sectarianism is another means to distract the Gentile mass while Zionism makes a profit.
The crosses of the patron saints combine to form the Union Flag. Given the emblem of St Patrick is the heritage of the whole of Ireland, St Patrick’s Day is the perfect opportunity to call upon and celebrate the day in unity.
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