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    Default New Flag for Northern Ireland

    This has been talked about before but this time we can make our own

    http://www.wearemulticolored.com/

    Create your own flag that you would think represents both sides of the community, my own:



    Union Jacks and Tri-colours are so last century

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    My proposal;

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    My own suggestion would be for a plain white flag with a red hand in the middle. The unionists would be very happy with this as the red hand is also one their emblems. As a Tyrone GAA supporter, this is also by a happy coincidence the Tyrone GAA flag, so GAA supporters in Tyrone would also be very positive about it. The only people I could see objecting would be supporters of Armagh, Down, Derry, Antrim and Fermanagh. Buy, hey, who cares about them?

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    Default Re: New Flag for Northern Ireland

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith-M
    My proposal;

    That looks like something I had on a Parka jacket years ago !

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerryp
    Quote Originally Posted by Keith-M
    My proposal;

    That looks like something I had on a Parka jacket years ago !
    Looks like something from the Dutch Presbyterian Church of Ireland

    Holland

    Ireland

    Presbyterian Church of Ireland

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    Quote Originally Posted by beardyboy
    God, cant you be a bit imaginative. Think of something new.
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