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Aussies hold flag wrong way

Posted by: Paul Entwistle | 1 August, 2012 - 7:38 AM
Ausflag says Australian athletes need to learn how to hold the flag properly during celebrations.

AusFlag has criticised Australian athletes for holding the countries flag during celebrations saying it is giving too much attention to the Union Jack. Steve Mills spoke to Robert Webster from Ausflag about flag holding etiquette.

Blog comments Your Say

  • What a tosser! He should cover up his mouth and not sound like such a drip.

    Clint Masters Thursday 2 August, 2012 - 9:47 AM
  • Australia is a country that has little history (but it is an interesting one) but seems committed to destroying all its history and links to the past.

    We have so little actual history and not so much character (most of our cities look the same, the same shops, the same look houses) and now we want to get rid of part of the history and heritage of the country.

    Like it or not we have a historical link to the UK, the Queen of Australia is also the Queen of England, Queen of Scots.

    people moving here from non commonwealth countries or from republican backgrounds e.g. Irish - should remember you signed up to that when you came here.

    Aussie's history good and bad is part of who you are today. Stop trying to re-write it.

    Union jack should stay on the flag.

    My missus is Malaysian, she came to here to be an Australian and that means accepting the Queen and the Union jack on the flag as our anchor in history and ties to 1000yr+ history its part of what makes Australia the country it is instead of changing the culture to whatever tin pot dictorship people arrived from and then the culture and country falls apart as we lose aussie values.

    fred bloggs Wednesday 1 August, 2012 - 5:29 PM

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