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The Pledge of Allegiance was written by Francis Bellamy, a socialist 'Christian' minister, and originally, the salute to the flag was the so-called Bellamy salute, though most know it better as the Nazi salute, right hand raised to just above the shoulder, hand outstretched, palm down.  It was changed during WW2, for OBvious reasons. The pledge was designed to place the state at the center of one's heat and mind above all else-a very socialist ideal, to say the least. The words "Under God' were not introduced until 1954, trying to make it less OBvious as a socialist pledge, but also saying that God approved.

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