The war on Americanism and our basic founding principles continues unabated by the Obama administration. How long before these same traitors find the American flag offensive? It represents the same thing as the Navy Jack -- individual rights: the founding principle of this once-great nation.
This is an assault, an attack on we the people, as I predicted in my 2010 book The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration's War on America.
Navy SEALs Ordered Not to Wear Navy Jack “Don’t Tread on Me” Patch on Uniforms Due to Association with "Radical Groups" By Time Brown, The Freedom Post,
The Navy Jack is the flag flown by United States Naval Vessels. It's motto of "Don't Tread on Me" is emblazoned on a Red and White Striped background with a rattlesnake stretched across it. The flag has a long and revered history in America's Navy spanning back to the time of our country's fight for Independence. However, Navy SEAL commanders are now banning the historical symbol. The question is, who is behind the ban?
An amendment to the Navy code called SECNAV Instruction 10520.6 says that as of May 31, 2002 all ships were to fly the flag through the duration of the "War on Terror."
Carl Higbie, who served the United States in Iraq, writes:
During my two deployments to Iraq, "Don't Tread on Me" was a phrase seen on nearly every uniform and platoon space — including mine. From patches to flags to large paintings on concrete barriers, our commanders themselves wore the insignia on their sleeves — until now.
Perhaps this is why so many of my former teammates felt compelled to send me the email below. They may not be able to expose the administration's travesty, but I can. The email, dated October 22, reads:
WARCOM and GROUP TWO/ONE have pushed out the uniform policy for NWU III and any patches worn on the sleeve.
All personnel are only authorized to wear the matching "AOR" American Flag patch on the right shoulder. You are no longer authorized to wear the "Don't Tread On Me" patch.
Again the only patch authorized for wear is the American flag on the right shoulder. Please pass the word to all.
Senior Enlisted Advisor