David – Spot on mate! One flag, that represents us …

Comment on Aboriginal flag to fly year round on Anzac Hill by Pwerle.

David – Spot on mate! One flag, that represents us a… errrr, hang on – you mean the one with the Union Jack…?
I guess that means it represents *gasp* The United Kingdom?

What in god’s name does that have to do with this country, in 2019? How is that representative of ‘the whole nation’ as you put it?

The only flag we should be debating flying is the one representing the UK!

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Only one yet to produce anything aside a whole bunch of talk is Nambayamba.


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