Written By Michael W. Howell
Staff Writer and Senior Editor at Fighting the Tyranny
April 4, 2016
Very few have noticed, and sadly, very few even care, but the Republican party changed their logo in the year 2000 just as George W. Bush was entering the office. It is very subtle, however, very significant. The emblem of the G.O.P. has always been an elephant with three stars in a row at the top. While the elephant, stars, and even the colors are still present, one change has been done. The head of the star now points downward instead of upwards, causing many to question the move. It represents a pentagram now, which is strange considering the party claims Christian values and traditions. In fact, the last statistics I have seen, evangelical voters tend to be Republicans. Odd that the logo now represents anything but Christian values.
I, myself, am not a Republican nor Democrat, but have always wondered why the change? I noticed it a few years ago, asked about it, researched it, and then, like many, moved on. However, with this being another election cycle, I can’t help but revisit my original thought process of years ago and wonder why would a party, any party, make such a blatant change? Am I suggesting the party is in line with Satan? No, but they are using a symbol that is commonly associated with those that are.
“A reversed pentagram, with two points projecting upwards, is a symbol of evil and attracts sinister forces because it overturns the proper order of things and demonstrates the triumph of matter over spirit. It is the goat of lust attacking the heavens with its horns, a sign execrated by initiates.”
“The flaming star, which, when turned upside down, is the hieroglyphic sign of the goat of Black Magic, whose head may be drawn in the star, the two horns at the top, the ears to the right and left, the beard at the bottom. It is a sign of antagonism and fatality. It is the goat of lust attacking the heavens with its horns.”
The timing of the change is somewhat odd as well. It was at a time when we had two candidates with connections to the secret society group, Skull and Bones, vying for the Presidency. Skull and Bones, the “fraternity on Yale University’s campus have been linked on many occasions to Satanism or the occult. The election was very close with John Kerry winning the popular vote, but Bush taking the White House on a contested vote count that came down to Florida. Everyone remembers the “hanging chad” show.
Here we are 16 years past the change to the parties logo, and no explanation has been given, and no mainstream media attention given to the apparent change. I heard one theory about how it was an accident from a graphic artist. I think it is clear to say that 16 years later, that theory can be debunked. If it was just a graphic design problem, it wouldn’t be used to this day. But it is.
The Republican Party is not the only one that has had this issue, though. In 2008 a picture of Hillary Clinton campaigning at a New Hampshire primary showed an American flag with all the stars on the flag pointing down. Are we seeing a transition in our political system giving allegiance to someone or something else? With the number of freedoms and liberties lost in the past 16 years, and at the rapid rate of tyranny we are experiencing, it is very possible, if not a given fact.
I will continue to research and try to find a reason the party changed the logo. Sure seems if it was harmless or no big deal, then after 16 years, some explanation or reason would have sprung forward by now. Is this a New World Order move, bad graphic designer, or something more? I would say only time will tell, but it clearly isn’t in a hurry to reveal itself so far.
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13 thoughts on “Why Did The G.O.P. Turn the Stars on Their Logo Upside Down”
No, the fact that the stars are pointed downwards post 2000 is not true. I’m watching footage right now pre 1993 and they’re downwards.
Dear Michael W. Howell, in the 2000 election Al Gore won the popular vote (not John Kerry). Also, it has since been determined that Mr. Gore also won the hanging chad votes of Florida, so he actually did win Florida’s electoral college votes. So, the Republicans stole that election, and flipped their stars (to celebrate their allegiance?). Please get your facts right. Good article, otherwise. Thanks!
Actually, having been on the campaign (part of my reason for leaving) I can tell you that’s not true. That was not the reason for the stars being flipped as it was discuss in our meeting for two years previous. Thanks for the comment!
You are correct about the 2000 election being between Gore and Bush, not Kerry and Bush. You are also correct that Al Gore won the popular vote. You are not correct however, about the election being stolen. That is a false DNC and Media narrative that seemingly will never die. The notion of a stolen election has been debunked time and time again. The 2016 election was also not stolen in case you go down that road next.
True. And what everyone forgets is the 1.2 million absentee ballots from military personnel from the state of California, that were never counted. What percentage of the military, at that time, do you think voted Republican? Gore did not win the popular vote.
I would agree with you regarding the importance of symbols. It’s another form of communication or a language. All around us with the products that we purchase and corporate symbols, we can find symbols tied with the occult. That said, I’d guess that the bulk of the populations, around the world, have no clue what these symbols mean. For example, think of how many articles of children’s clothing that’s littered with the ‘peace symbol’ kids are wearing, and have no clue as to what that symbol historically means. I see this star changing as probably due to ignorance of any symbolism or meaning. That said, I don’t think the author of this article is correct with regards to the star symbol for the GOP suddenly changing after 2000. I didn’t spend a great deal of time searching, but was curious and what I found was that even prior, one can see both stars, in GOP symbols, and still both positions of stars in GOP symbols can be found in current GOP pics. My guess is the reason is due to layout in design. Do I see it as disturbing, of course, but I’m just as disturbed with all the rest of the occult symbolism that we routinely see every day around us.
Maybe background historical info in this clip is relevant. http://ldsanswers.org/why-are-inverted-pentagrams-on-lds-mormon-temples/
It’s not rocket science. If you have a basic understanding of this system, then you know what their symbols, slogans and acronyms mean. Take for instance the MAGA term/slogan. A Maga is the 5th degree of the Church of Satan. Do you really believe that of all the handlers of Trump’s political campaign, nobody knew this? Or is it possible the people in-charge (Trump included) knew fully?
That star style is a pretty well-known satanic symbol, too. Both the demonrat and republicscum parties use it in differing ways. People are truly sleeping if they’re not seeing such a blatantly clear message, but I’ve given up on the average person. They don’t know anything and they don’t want to know. Just keep wearing your masks in the open people, and keep waiting on stimulus money while you lose everything right from beneath your feet because the government has you allll taken care of, smh.
Actually there was a reason given that everybody applauded : the inverted stars stand for the upside down American flag supposed to represent America in mortal danger and yelling for help, as was clearly Bush’s intention when devising the 9-11 event. Anyway that was not the first time at all when the Republican elephant bore the inverted stars. Anyway also, both stars, upright and downwards, are malefic in nature : an upright star stands for luciferian prideful revolt against divine order and the downward pointing one satanic hedonism of giving up all values for instant gratification. That is what most Republican stand for now : fuck the world but the party must go on.
Vincent Marks writes: “True. And what everyone forgets is the 1.2 million absentee ballots from military personnel from the state of California, that were never counted. ”
We don’t forget them because they never existed. There are not 1.2 million military personnel from the state of California. The entire US military has about 1.3 million personnel. Just under 200,000 active-duty military personnel from California. We certainly don’t have 1.2 million military personnel stationed overseas; personnel stationed here generally do not use absentee ballots. And in any case, Gore received 547,398 more popular votes than Bush in that election, and there were not enough military absentee ballots to overcome that, even if every single one of them was for Bush (they weren’t).
I just noticed while watching the news of the RNC voting process for new leadership, that the stars on the Republican elephant have the points now reversed,points facing down.
When you go to the GOP store, all merch still have the stars pointing up… maybe the logo hasn’t changed.