Allegiance is worship.

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Every citizen has allegiance to their nation. It is an innate condition of being a citizen. One with this status should comprehend that having allegiance to a nation is worshiping it as a god. The term god (lowercase) refers to a sovereign. This sovereign can be a pagan deity, or it can be a king, president, prime minister, prince, governor, landlord, magistrate; basically it is one who has prerogative over the subjects under him [a ruler]. If you consider having allegiance to a nation, you are actually following the ones who administer and control that nation, for a nation can not operate in self-existence. It needs men to provide agency to the administrative offices. Trusting in man [regardless of their condition] will always lead to destruction, but the men who have and are occupying these offices are of an esoteric sect. They are not common everyday people. They are ultimately satanic because they do not adhere to the message of Christ. They believe in their own idea of man’s self enlightenment. They are “humanitarians” and they proudly wear that title.

A citizen’s allegiance is duty to their government. This duty is to follow all the laws and codes [none of them being moral, but civil], and to be summoned on command. Duty is obedience/submission to superiors, and submission is to deliver yourself to the power of another. This submission is considered worship. To worship God or any other pagan god is to be obedient and to fully follow it’s laws, to deliver yourself to it. Worship is also defined as civil deference, and deference is submission. Being a citizen is submission to artifice [man’s law, legal fictions], and having your liberty being completely dominated [free-dom].

It doesn’t matter what YOU believe. If you are a citizen you are worshipping your nation. You are a gentile, a sinner, a transgressor, a worldling, a left-hand path taker, and maybe even a mammonist. You have denied following God’s Law through the example of Christ, and through temptations of civil luxury have chosen to follow man and his system of things [world of nations, legal world].

humanitarian – n. 1. One who affirms the humanity (but denies the divinity) of Christ. 2. One who professes the ‘Religion of Humanity’ holding that man’s duty is chiefly or wholly comprised in the advancement of the welfare of the human race: applied to varies schools of thought and practice.

adj. 1. Holding the views or doctrines of humanitarians; held or practiced by humanitarians. 2. Devoted to humanity or the human race as an object of worship.“— Random House Webster’s College Dictionary 1992

“Alle’giance. n.s. [ allegeance, Fr.] 1. The duty of subjects to the government.”

“Du’ty. n.s. [from due.] 3. Obedience or submission due to parents, governors, or superiours; loyalty; piety to parents.”

“Obe’dience. n.s. [ obedience, Fr. obedientia, Latin.] 1. Obsequiousness; submission to authority; compliance with command or prohibition.

“Submi’ssion. n.s. [ soumission, Fr. from submissus, Latin.] 1. Delivery of himself to the power of another.

Wo’rship. n.s. [weorðscype, Saxon.] 5. Honour; respect; civil deference.”

De’ference. n.s. [deference, French.] 3. Submission.”

“Wo’rldly. adj. [from world.] 1. Secular; relating to this life, in contradistinction to the life to come2. Bent upon this world; not attentive to a future state. 3. Human; common; belonging to the world [man’s system of things, legal world; not the Kingdom of God].”  Johnson, Samuel. A Dictionary of the English Language. 1755, 1773

worldling – A person whose soul is set upon gaining temporal possessions; one devoted to this world and its enjoyments.”— GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

mammonist – One who is devoted to the acquisition of material wealth; one whose heart is set on riches above all else; a worldling. “— The Century Dictionary

“God – 3. god (B.) a ruler“— Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary

“god – 3. A prince; a ruler; a magistrate or judge; an angel.”— Webster’s 1828

“gentile – One neither a Jew nor a Christian; a worshiper of false gods [pagan deities, rulers]; a heathen.”— Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary

3. In gram., expressing nationality, local extraction, or place of abode; describing or designating a person as belonging to a certain race, country, district, town, or locality by birth or otherwise: as, a gentile noun (as Greek, Arab, Englishman, etc.); a gentile adjective (as Florentine, Spanish, etc.).
4. In gram., a noun or adjective derived from the name of a country or locality, and designating its natives or people: as the words Italian, American, Athenian, are gentiles.”— 1889 Century Dictionary