Last Updated on December 17, 2023
Minnesota is moving to toss its state flag and replace it with one that closely resembles flags used in Somalia, the failed Islamic country in the Horn of Africa from where unprecedented numbers of migrants have streamed into Minnesota, wreaking demographic, political, and criminal havoc. Minnesota is also changing its great seal, replacing the American Indian and pioneer design first adopted in the 1850s with a modern art-style rendition of the loon, Minnesota’s state bird.
Minnesota’s likely new state flag looks extremely similar to the state flag of Jubaland, Somalia, and also bears similarities to the state flag of Puntland, Somalia. The similarities were quickly pointed out and slammed on social media after the new Minnesota flag design was officially approved by a state-appointed committee on Friday, news of which went viral over the weekend, along with photos of the new flag design.
Now, the new flag design must be officially submitted to the Democrat-run Minnesota Legislature that ordered the new design in the first place, and, if approved, it will become the official Minnesota state flag on May 11th, 2024, the Statehood Day holiday.
In addition to ordering changes to the state flag that will likely be approved, the Minnesota Legislature ordered the creation of a new Great Seal of the State of Minnesota, echoing anti-white leftists in associating the seal design that’s stood in various forms since the 1850s with genocide.
Far from depicting genocide, the seal pays homage to the two groups first associated with Minnesota and much of the United States, showing an American Indian on horseback, and a white pioneer behind a plow.