INCLUDES IMAGE OF ISLAMIC TOWER
UPDATE — Nov. 3, 9 pM ET: See my comment below; there is solid evidence that this insignia does not have a nefarious signification; only one which is apt to be misunderstood in the present political climate.
by John Charlton
(Nov. 2, 2009) — You can’t get more explicit about your agenda than the art you use to advance it. And a case in point is the new insignia of the 5th Army North, a combat unit formed to assist in civil defense in times of National Emergencies, within the United States.
The ony problem is that the logo has an image of the American Eagle, taken from the President’s crest, superimposed upon the Continent of North America. With the continent surrounded with an ocean in the colors of the United Nations peacekeepers.
To add artistic insult to symbolic injury, at the heart of the Eagle is a Red Card, with what appears to be the silhouette of an Islamic Tower!
This insignia was found on 2 mobile command units, recently acquired by the 5th Army North, stationed at Ft. Sam Houston.
The imagery speaks for itself: a North American Union task force for integration. Biographies of commanders at the U.S. 5th Army north are in English, French, and Spanish. They want the entire Continent to know they are ready for them!
If there was every any question that the top Brass are in favor of the North American Union: these insignia indicate that they have already accepted the idea and are implementing it. This might be the payback for supporting the Obama regime: top Brass get military power over entire continent!
It is not known what the Ambassadors of Canada and Mexico would think, seeing the American Eagle superimposed over their own nations.
Read more about this story at Infowars.com.
Visit the U.S. 5th Army North’s website at http://www.arnorth.army.mil/.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.