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Southern Lewisville Homeowner Vandalized Over Upside-Down Flag

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Posted by LewisvilleTexan on 2012/3/18 20:30:00 (3577 reads)

Open in new windowA homeowner in Southern Lewisville who has flown an upside-down U.S. flag in her yard since May of last year came out this morning to find her flag stolen, and her sidewalk vandalized with an intimidating message.

The small flag had been displayed from a short black metal stand only a few feet high in her front yard. The flag and stand had been taken, and the message "GOD Bless America Faggot" had been scrawled in sidewalk chalk on the front walkway, facing the house. The homeowner, who did not want to be named, lives with her sister and speculates the perpetrator might think the two are gay.

The homeowner, says that she put the flag upside-down after the action of Congress that created the "Super Congress" (United States Congress Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction). She views the act as unconstitutional, usurping the powers the constitution provides for.

She believes this is a step is part of an agenda begun in 1913 with the creation of the Federal Reserve. She said that the Fed, the Bank of England, and the Bank of Rome are in cahoots for a grand agenda of "socialization", furthering the U.N. Agenda 21, which uses "sustainability terminology" to bring about the goal of eliminating the middle class and enslave everyone to the owners of the world's wealth.


The homeowner believes the Obama agenda is to "small up" America. "He's not an American. He wants to put America in [what he thinks is] its proper place, not as a leader in the world, but as an equal to other nations," she said. The woman, who says she has been studying all of this for the past 7 years, knows that it all sounds "tin foil hat", but she thinks people are in denial because the knowledge of the truth implies a duty to take action. She thinks that someone will do something to stop the upcoming November elections, and that gasoline will be $6 per gallon by mid-summer, which will cause a "disturbance" of some sort.

The homeowner viewed the incident not only as theft and vandalism, but as a violation of her first amendment rights to freedom of speech, and as a hate crime. She said the message left was hypocritical and unintelligent.

Since putting out the flag, she says that unknown people have uprighted it a couple of times. Once, a neighbor came to her house to ask if she needed assistance. She said that the upside-down flag is a distress signal that literally means "Come armed to my assistance". She said that the ex-military neighbor showed up, but that she didn't know if he was armed.

The handwriting with the chalk appeared to be female writing, but the homeowner had no ideas who might have done the vandalism. She mentioned that her dog was alerted last night between 8:30 and 9:15 p.m. and that she heard a car with a loud exhaust drive off quickly. The homeowner planned to call the police.

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