Paradox Communication Workout

I recently saw a little banner “Kneel for the cross, stand for the flag” in someone’s front yard. I think it’s some Christian’s reaction to the controversy that American football quarterback Colin Kaepernick started, when he decided to express his protest against racism by first remaining seated, then kneeling when the US national anthem was played at football games (it’s customary to stand up). Apparently, one isn’t supposed to kneel for anything but the cross?

Now the little banner depicts a cross, and the cross is overlaid with a pattern of… the United States flag. So what is one supposed to do: some sort of squats?

Thoughts? Let me hear them.

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