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What is the importance of the union jack?

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December 20, 2008 10:02PM

The union flag(only the union jack when flaying out at sea) show the combined british isles and shows the union between these islands. None that anyone in England can think of. The British flag is a symbol of oppression.It is an embarrassment to everyone except Gordon Brown who believes in the empire and thinks colonialism is the way to keep the English people from regaining their independence and having their own parliament. It is a relic of a past best forgotten.

Most people prefer the much older St. George's flag.