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Joint Resolution 20110202-04 Flag Act of 2011

Joint Resolution by Senate and House for Republic for the united States of America 2011 “Grateful to Almighty God for our Freedom”, be it resolved, re-inhabited, reenacted and enacted, by Senate and House for Republic for the united States of America: Flag Act of 1777; Flag Act of 1794; Flag Act of 1818; and Flag Act of 2011 with its “Chain of Absolute Title”, included herein by reference, attached.

Act to establish the flag for the united States of America.

Whereas the Flag Act of 1777 was passed by the Second Continental Congress on
June 14, 1777, and reads in its entirety:
“Resolved, that the flag of the United States be made of thirteen stripes, alternate
red and white; that the union be thirteen stars, white in a blue field, representing a new Constellation.”

And Whereas the Flag Act of 1794 was signed into law by President George
Washington on January 13, 1794, and reads in its entirety:
“Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of
America in Congress Assembled, That from and after the first day of May, Anno
Domini, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five, the flag of the United States, be fifteen stripes alternate red and white. That the Union be fifteen stars, white in a blue field.”

And Whereas the Flag Act of 1818 was enacted by Congress on April 4, 1818, and
reads in its entirety:
“Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of
America, in Congress Assembled, That from and after the fourth day of July next, the flag of the United States be thirteen horizontal stripes, alternate red and white: that the union be twenty stars, white in a blue field.

And be it further enacted, That on the admission of every new state into the Union, one star be added to the union of the flag; and that such addition shall take effect on the fourth day of July then next succeeding such admission.”
And Whereas, with respect for “Old Glory”, the Flag of the United States is and
continues to be recognized around the world as standard for the republic for the United States of America;

And Whereas the Flag of the United States has called to the hearts of the men and
women who have fought, and died, defending this nation and its People;
And Whereas the Municipal Corporation of the District of Columbia, doing business as UNITED STATES, has misused the Flag of the United States to represent its interests at the expense of this nation, its People, and particularly its defenders;

And Whereas we continue in Peace and lawful re-seating of the original republic
established circa 1791, Republic for the united States of America does stand apart from the UNITED STATES;

Therefore be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives for Republic for the united States of America, in Congress Assembled that, from the date enacted, the flag for the united States of America be thirteen stripes, alternate red and white, parallel to its Fly; that it shows a square azure union, being at the top and left covering eight stripes; that the union bears a constellation of five pointed white stars in number equal to the number of states in Union; with each star orientation not consistent with a neighbor, all arranged in concentric circles centered, the middle forever open; and this flag is to be known as
“Forever Glory”;

And be it further enacted that on the admission of every new state into Union, one
star be added to the union of the flag; and that such addition shall take effect on the fourth day of July then next succeeding such admission;

And be it further enacted that no fringe, attachment, or decoration is to be added to the flag.

So help us Almighty God from this day 20 of December Two Thousand and Eleven-forward.

Stars and Stripes Chain of Absolute Title for all Local people in Union of the several free states, united States of America
“Stars and Stripes”/Flag Act of 1777 ;
“Star Spangled Banner”/Flag Act of 1794;
“Old Glory”/Flag Act of 1818, and “Forever Glory”/ Flag Act of 2011 all included by reference and attached:

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