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Canadian 'First Man' actor defends omitting American flag planting on moon:

• By Victor Skinner

The late Neil Armstrong's 1969 trip to the moon may have been "one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind," but it was also a massive achievement for the United States.

One of Armstrong's first orders of business was to proudly plant the American flag, after all.

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Comment by Ed Price
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The American flag on the moon is only important as far as the people behind it are important. What does the flag signify? A collaboration of people? Yes! And the most important part of that collaboration is the 12-person jury. The 12-person jury predates the United States. It was born out of British Common law, and such has never been annulled. Rather, if anything it has been enhanced. Nobody owns the moon by a flag. Rather, the flag is the symbol of the 12-person jury, which can rule in multitudes of directions and areas that the Untied States Government is not able or allowed by its own writings. There is no ownership of anything on the moon by the planting of a flag.

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