Each nation in the world is unique. To promote national unity, each Country has its own national anthem, flag, pledge, and other things that help with its identity. There is only room for one of each. Any more than one will cause division and weaken the County. In the USA, we have one national anthem (The Star-Spangled Banner), one Pledge of Allegiance, and one symbol (Bald Eagle).
The Black National Anthem (BNA) is racism and sedition at its best. In order to have a national anthem, you must first have a nation. Am I missing something? Is there a nation called Black? Why would a group of people who already live in a country need a national anthem? The only reason is to divide the nation and promote revolution. That is precisely what the Black National Anthem does.
The National Football League has announced that on opening day 2020, they will play the Black National Anthem before the Star-Spangled Banner (a real national anthem) at all of its games. What is the message that the NFL is trying to send out? What is the message of the BNA? The very name is racist, and the message is calling for a revolution.
Can you imagine the blowback if there were a White National Anthem, Hispanic National Anthem, or Jewish National Anthem? The truth is that we all live in the United States of America. It is one Country made up of many different people from all over the world. There was a time that when immigrants came here, they were educated to become American. Now, the liberals have done away with that and have caused division between races and ethnicities. This only weakens us and sets the stage for the communist, fascist, and socialist, to sow seeds of discontent.
It’s time for the majority to take a stand. We cannot let 13% of the population of the USA destroy what the 87% love and cherish. It’s time to wake up! Instead of the Black National Anthem, let’s start all games with the Pledge of Allegiance, followed by the Star-Spangled Banner. Let’s begin each school day the same way, make the students stand, cover their hearts, and show respect.
Now repeat after me:
“I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”