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Come and Take It Flag (Black & White)

“Come and take it” is an American patriotic slogan used in 1778 at Fort Morris in Georgia during the American Revolution, and most notably in 1835 at the Battle of Gonzales during the Texas Revolution. The phrase is similar to Molon labe (come and take them), which is a classical expression of defiance reportedly spoken by King Leonidas I in response to the Persian army’s demand that the Spartans surrender their weapons at the Battle of Thermopylae.

Molon Labe cap

Striking black hat with stunning red, white, blue embroidered Spartan.
White embroidery says Molon Labe in traditional Greek lettering.
Velcro back closure.

Molon Labe – meaning Come and Take Them is a classical expression of defiance.
It is attributed to King Leonidas in reply to a demand that the Spartans surrender their weapons in the Battle of Thermopylae 480 BC.


The Camp of the Saints book

The Camp of the Saints by Jean Raspail

“A haunting and prophetic vision of Western Civilization overrun by burgeoning Third World population.”

Originally published in French 1973
Eighth printing 2015
Paperback NEW 339 pages

“Over the years the American public has absorbed a great number of books, articles, poems, and films which exalt the immigrant experience. It is easy for the feelings evoked by Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty to obscure the fact that we are currently receiving too many immigrants (and receiving them too fast)for the health of our environment and of our common culture. Raspail evokes different feelings that may help to pave the way for policy changes. The Camp of the Saints has taken the immigration debate in anew direction. Indeed, it may become the 1984 of the twenty-first century.”


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