State Flag Of Minnesota—Once Honoring White Settlers—Replaced With Flag Reminiscent Of Jubaland In Somalia
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In the early 1990s, St. Paul and Minneapolis became Ground Zero from the Somalian colonization of Minnesota (for cheap labor jobs in the meat processing plants). Prior to the outbreak of Civil War in Somalia, there were virtually zero Somalians in the state.

Now, a few years removed from the canonization of George Floyd in the Summer of 2020, the state has decided to get rid of a flag honoring the white people who long ago settled and built Minnesota, and replace it with one strangely reminiscent of Jubaland in Somalia.

To the demographic victors go the contemporary and future spoils, right? Rewriting history is only possible when the moral authority of black people supplants that of a white population engorging themselves on an unhealthy diet of white guilt.

Commission makes their choice for the new Minnesota state flag, CBS News, December 16, 2023

PAUL, Minn. — The commission in charge of choosing Minnesota’s new state flag appears to have settled upon the winning design Friday afternoon, three days after it narrowed the options down to just three.

WCCO’s Caroline Cummings, who has been monitoring the commission’s deliberations Friday afternoon, says they have honed in on the “F1953” submission as their selection. It depicts a star within a blue inverse-triangular field evoking the shape of Minnesota on the left side, with the right side dominated by three stripes.

However, the commission is also weighing a few variations of the flag that change up the color schemes and, in one instance, the presence of stripes at all.

The Minnesota State Emblems Redesign Commission waded through more than 2,000 design submissions over the past six months. It granted the public the opportunity to provide feedback along the way, drawing thousands of comments in the process.

The commission’s work is far from over once they settle on a finalist. The design will still be open to modifications, as was seen with the adoption of the state seal earlier this month.

The commission has until Jan. 1, 2024, to complete a report with the finalists for flag and seal, and both will make their debut on May 11, 2024, which is Minnesota’s Statehood Day.

Also on Friday, the commission finalized the design specs for the state seal replacement.

According to state statute, the new designs “must accurately and respectfully reflect Minnesota’s shared history, resources, and diverse cultural communities.” However, “symbols, emblems, or likenesses that represent only a single community or person, regardless of whether real or stylized, may not be included in a design.”

Calls for changing the flag and seal have been growing for years, with proponents stating the main image on the current flag, introduced in 1957, and the seal, created in 1861, includes racist imagery. Both depict a White settler tilling the land as an Indigenous man on horseback rides off into the distance.

Here's the "racist" flag:

We were once a proper country, honoring our past and the white men who built our various states, carving an incredible nation out of the vast wilderness once inhabited by various bellicose Amerindian tribes; now, we see a great state like Minnesota colonized by Somalians (strangely, just as Sweden, a nation that once was Minnesota’s most popular home nation, is colonized by Third World people), and the flag once honoring white people supplanted by one reminiscent of one flying over Jubaland in Somalia…

The Great Replacement is happening in real time. Blink, and you watch another symbol of white America’s past removed.

The Conquest of the North American continent and creation of the United States of America by Europeans is one of the great stories in mankind’s history; conversely, the complete surrender of the nation we inherited from our ancestors is perhaps the most despondent in the history of mankind.

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