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Double Knit Nylon U.S. Civilian  Flag 6x10 Feet

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This is a Giant Flag heavy double knit Nylon with Sewn Stars. This Flag is perfect for perfect for a private business on a public highway.
The U.S. Civilian Flag is a signal to the authorities that the venue is private property and an American State National resides at the home or establishment.

U.S. Civilian Flag Nylon 5'x3'

1 U.S. Civilian Flag 6x10 Foot $120







    The U.S. Civilian Flag created in 1799 by Secretary of the Treasury Oliver Wolcott to represent Civilian jurisdiction for Custom Houses and Coast Guard cutters. This flag represents the Common Law of a Sovereign nation at peace. The Civilian flag was soon adopted by merchants to represent Sovereign Land ownership and Common Law jurisdiction. Due to it's expense the civil flag never caught on among the greater populace which still flew the War flag representing Martial or Admiralty law.

    The Civilian flag's Origin extends back to the Sons Of Liberty in Boston who flew the "rebellious stripes"; a vertical stripe flag in rebellion against the Stamp act imposed by Britain in 1767. The Sons of Liberty flag was the flag that inspired the Revolution! It's sibling the U.S. Civilian Flag is the True Constitutional flag of the American Republic during peacetime, in-law under God. Admiralty Law- The Law of the Sea, is also the Law of Commerce, the key being that one is "guilty until proven innocent" The state can be a party to a contract and seize property for international statutory infractions and debts. Currently the IRS is acting as a collection agency for the private banking cabal known as the Federal Reserve.

    Common Law: The Law of the Land, the main premise being; "innocent until proven guilty", the state cannot be a party in a contract, only another living soul can charge a Sovereign individual. Property is protected by Unalienable rights derived from God. The Constitution of these united states rests upon the Common Law not the Admiralty laws of seizure.

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