I was doing a little reading on our nation’s past today like every good Canadian should from time to time, and I stumbled across something I’d never seen before — this flag.
And while I know what it is now due to the context of the article I was reading, I would have had no idea had someone just shown it to me out of the blue. So I put it to you, SmartCanucks nation — what flag is this?
(If no one gets it right in the next day or two, I’ll make sure to give you the answer in the comments).
The flag is the FLQ Quebec flag — I had never seen it either!
This is the FLQ Quebec flag. I had never seen it before either.
all right answers across the board. 🙂
I’ve seen it. The french no longer use it. When the protest, they use the Patriotes flag which is a flag with a decrepid old man carrying what look likes a hobo bag. Quebecers do not like remembering the FLQ crisis. It leaves a bad taste in our mouth.Especially since they all got away with murder. God Bless Cuba eh ?
I have never seen it before, but thank you for sharing. It prompted me to read up on the flag and what it stood for.
I don’t care.
Then why did you take the time to come here and post?
What does Raul think Cuba is, anyways? A family business? He has been speaking out lately on the subject of human rights when he and his brother rule over their fiefdom like a couple of Egyptian potentates. Is human BLOOD divine in Cuba? Is it a racist regime? Is only the name CASTRO of sufficient stock to rule? I don’t understand the very nature of this government and as an American am curious and outraged simultaneously.
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