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LÁBARO (ESTANDARTE) DE LA DIVISION “FRECCE NERE” (FLECHAS NEGRAS) 2º REGIMIENTO CON EL LEMA “AGGREDIRE PER VENCERE”

En reverso sobre fondo negro, el fasces romano y eb diagonal la bandera italiana con el lema “A NOI”

LABARO (STANDARD) OF THE DIVISION “FRECCE NERE” (BLACK ARROWS) 2nd REGIMENT WHIT THE MOTTO “PER VINCERE AGGREDIRE”

In reverse, on background, the Roman fasces, diagonally, the italian flag with the slogan “ A NOI”

Certe persone dovrebbero capire che se do loro una falange del mignolo devono tenersi solo quella e non prendersi l'intero dito assieme alla mano e al braccio, semplicemente perchè se decido di spostarmi velocemente verso dietro rischiano di cadere violentemente di faccia a terra e di rompersi il naso.
—  Io avviso eh, poi fate voi. 
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I can’t help but notice the similarities between Gamergate and the Spanish Civil War. Think about it: People from all walks of life are banding together to defend their cherished way of life from a corrupt leftist elite. This elite, supported by Soviets/SJWs and Western media, declares war on Catholicism/gamer culture and attacks the innocent faithful. But in the end, the good guys triumph, and General Franco/Vivian James becomes the symbol of the movement.

To honor the Kameraden of Gamergate, I designed two flags, the one above to represent gamer culture and the one below to represent the Gamergate movement.

“There are those who claim we have no programme.  Do you know anything serious and profound which has ever been achieved with a programme?  When have you ever seen decisive things, eternal things which involve love, life, death being carried out by following a programme?  What is needed is a total feeling of what is required: a total feeling for the Fatherland, for life, for History, and it is that total feeling, clear not on paper but in the soul, which will tell us in every concrete situation what we must do and what we must prefer.  In the best epochs there were never so many study circles, statistics, censuses, programmes as now.”

Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera

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Corporal Antonio Ponte Anido (1922-1943) was a Spanish Volunteer at the Blue Division.
Ponte Anido born in Galicia in 1922 and fought for the Nationalist forces in the Spanish Civil War. Later on he enlisted in the Blue Division, the Falangist Volunteer force who fought in the Eastern Front against Soviet forces. On  February 10 he was part of the Spanish 250th Division composed of 5.000 men who planted an heroic defense against the masive offensive of the Soviet 55th Army who counted with 40.000 infantry soldiers, 90 tanks and 1.000 artillery pieces.
Ponte Anido, who was an scout, was wounded and was lying in an first aid post along with other wounded soldiers when he catch a Russian T-34 Tank advanding against their  defenceless position. Then, the 21 years old corporal, got up and raced to put anti-tank mines under its track. The explosion stopped the tank and save his wounded comrades but also killed Ponte Anido.
By this action Antonio Ponte Anido was posthumously awarded with the San Fernando Laurate Cross by his heroic action at the Battle of Krasny Bor.