The cross of St George.
Saint George (c. 275/281 – 23 April 303) was, according to tradition, a Roman soldier from Syria Palaestina and a soldier in the Guard of Diocletian, who is venerated as a Christian martyr. In hagiography Saint George is one of the most venerated saints in the Catholic (Western and Eastern Rites), Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, and the Oriental Orthodox churches. He is immortalized in the tale of Saint George and the Dragon and is one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers.
After the death of his parents he joined the Roman army that was pagan in its beliefs. He rapidly rose to fame for his skills as an excellent and fearsome soldier. The Pagan Roman Emperor Diocletian ordered the persecution of Christians, something that George refused to obey, he protested to the Emperor to no avail. The Emperor ordered the torture of George to break him of his faith. George faced terrible tortures but never gave in. He was beheaded for who he was and what he believed in on the 23rd April 303 AD
His memorial is celebrated on 23 April, and he is regarded as one of the most prominent military saints. He is the patron saint of England not because of his nationality and not for his parentage as he came from humble people but for his bravery and his perseverance, his loyalty to his upbringing and identity as a Christian.
What we must not do as Indigenous Englishmen and women is not to let the Cultural Marxists take advantage and brainwash our children in schools. England belongs to the Indigenous of England. For far too many years has the Establishment tried to eradicate OUR culture and traditions. We as the true English will never surrender to the Marxist teachings..
If OUR flag offends you then please leave........