Funny How the Same Symbols Always Seem to Pop Up…

Shout out to Blogger at the Edge of the Universe for bringing this to my attention.

So I guess Patriot News is reacting to a story posted in the Army Times, talking about how this new patch being given to the Army troops assigned to fighting “ISIS” actually LOOKS like the ISIS logo itself, which seems to have even some people in the Army itself scratching their heads. I agree the use of the scimitar swords is interesting, but on top of that, I can’t help but notice how the same sorts of “point triangulations” seem to have managed to work their way in there, once again….
armypatchsealofsaturn
Not only that, but there is the wreath in the background, which is said to represent “Honor” (!?), but quite recently I have been coming to understand that in fact the wreath traces all the way back to Apollo, whom the Bible identifies as “Apollyon, the Destroyer”, a fallen angel, and almost certainly at least a sort of archetype for Lucifer himself. This is why we see the exact same wreath wrapping itself around the Earth on the U.N. flag (which if you haven’t heard by now, also happens to be a depiction of the Flat Earth map, interestingly enough…)
armypatchapollowreath
Thus, in short, the wreath wrapping around the Earth signifies Satan’s intention of ruling the entire world. When we then note how United States military insignia are looking more and more like U.N. insignia, it only underscores this constantly progressing agenda.
un-united-nations-flag
The point of ISIS/ISIL is ultimately only to serve as a pretext for destabilizing/ invading/overthrowing more sovereign Middle East countries such as Syria, in order to implement the Globalist plan that has been in place for decades now, if not centuries.

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