Hijacking Cultural Symbols

People use symbols to signal to other people that they are cool trendy people and should be invited to the cool dinner parties, and other such stuff like that.  If the meaning of a symbol is made ambiguous, even by completely blatant stealing of the symbol by someone who’s not part of that cool group of people, it will no longer serve it’s signaling function and there will be no reason for original group to use it anymore.

People can take cultural symbols and change them to something that suits another agenda.

Examples:

The Rainbow

Most people don’t know this, but the rainbow has been used as symbol in the old testament, and it has be transformed to represent the gay movement.

This is the sign of the covenant which I make between Me and you, and every living creature that is with you, for perpetual generations: I set My rainbow in the cloud, and it shall be for the sign of the covenant between Me and the earth. It shall be, when I bring a cloud over the earth, that the rainbow shall be seen in the cloud; and I will remember My covenant which is between Me and you and every living creature of all flesh; the waters shall never again become a flood to destroy all flesh Genesis 9:12–15

Gilbert Baker, the guy who made it the gay pride logo, says he started to seriously think about creating a flag for the movement in 1976, the year of the United States’ bicentennial. Baker says he saw a flag as a more powerful symbol than a seal or a sign, since it is flown to represent a nation, people or country. “We are a people, a tribe if you will. And flags are about proclaiming power, so it’s very appropriate,” he said.

“We needed something beautiful, something from us. The rainbow is so perfect because it really fits our diversity in terms of race, gender, ages, all of those things,” said Baker. “Plus, it’s a natural flag—it’s from the sky! And even though the rainbow has been used in other ways in vexilography, this use has now far eclipsed any other use that it had.”

This is how a spiritual symbol was hijacked to change it in the mind of the public, to associate with LGBTQP+ agenda. I believe it isn’t salvageable at this point since gay pride likes to force it into our subconscious till the agenda is complete. This is an example of how the LGBTQP+ community hijacked a symbol to make it represent something else, therefore changing its original meaning.

The Workers

The champagne socialists and the revolutionaries have abandoned the white working class, and now only see them as a tool to integrate muds, or as a tool for world revolution.

The treason against their own core that the socialists have done, because it is the working class that pay the cost for immigration with lower wages and increased cost of housing, in addition to ruined communities and schools. And this is the good scenario, many white workers have been ethnically cleansed, raped or killed, and even more have been forced to become refugees in their own countries.

The Swastika

This was originally a symbol used by the Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism, of Eurasia. It meant good, well, auspicious. It wasn’t until the 1930s the Nazi changed the meaning of this. Now the Swastika is considered a hate symbol around in the western part of the world.

The Hawaiian Shirt

The Hawaiian shirt used to be a shirt associated with the Pacific Isand. In recent news it has become associated with the Boogaloo movement. In return the Hawaiian theme has become a symol of government reform, and libertarianism.

https://www.refinery29.com/en-gb/2020/06/9870322/boogaloo-movement-hawaiian-shirt-meaning

If they can do it so can someone else.

We now have, and when we meme, we create our own symbols.

I think that other symbols are savage able or at least can be robbed of meaning and made undesirable to an intended crowd.  If a group of people just outwardly started using any well establish symbol as a symbol for something else, that they want, in large enough numbers, and were very blatant and outward about what they were the stolen symbol would quickly lose its trendy fashion appeal as it would no longer function as an effective method of signaling that you belong to the original crowd.