Image notes: I adapted this flag from a concept I was using from a would-be novel I am working on, which is not likely to get worked on anytime in the near future.
Conveniently, some of the design features crossed over nicely.
The upper left quarter contains the Big Dipper (or a big chunk of Ursa Majoris, if you care not for “Dipper”) with Polaris (the North Star) being prominent. Polaris represents the English language, as being one of the ties that binds us together. The collection of stars making up the Dipper represent the English speakers of the Northern Hemisphere: the UK, Canada, the USA, and the other four for English speakers in the four corners of the world.
The lower right quarter holds the Southern Cross (Crucis Australis) representing Australia and New Zealand (as it forms a part of the heraldry on both nations’ flags).
The star-forms have six points, being reminiscent of the Magen David (Star of David) and a significant part of our Judeo-Christian heritage. The six-pointed star also appears in various places in English and Irish heraldry as well, and was used in some early iterations of the US flag.
Superimposed over the quarters is St. George’s Cross, from the Flag of England - from which the Anglophonic Nations derive the bulk of thier culture and traditions.
The St. George’s Cross is also used in the same manner as it is in the White Ensign (UK Naval Ensign) - it is essentially a WAR FLAG. War flags/ensigns were used to signify that the units or ships bearing them were units capable of conducting warfare. By hoisting a flag such as this, an Anglophonic Pact would signify that it both accepts Islam’s declaration of Jihad against the West, and will answer in kind - if not disproportionately so.
Why do I reference this as a war flag? It is due to the fact that Islam has in fact, declared war upon Western Civilization. Therefore, it behoves us to respond - to prepare and steel ourselves if we are to survive into the next century as soveriegn nations. This is a crisis which is easily on the same scale, if not far greater than facing down the Axis Powers sixty years ago, or even Communism from the last generation.
Islam’s declaration of jihadic war starts first from the issuance of various “invitations” or dahwaas, such as the ones issued by the likes of Osama bin Laden and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Incidentally, these two nations are the only “working” models of true sharia law fully in place… rich by oil, and more than willing to export their satanic doctrine to the four corners of the earth.
The Cross also points to the Christian portion of our spiritual heritage, and may remind us that we are all subject to that one true God who is Soveriegn over us all, and His King, Jesus Christ who reigns in eternity.
The idea behind it is a hope that the Anglophone nations (the UK, the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and possibly South Africa, may someday come to thier senses and withdraw from the EU and/or the UN, and form a mutual pact along the lines of a NATO and perhaps some of the political clout that was supposed to be the UN.
India, Japan, Israel, and South Africa could be given a non-voting “observer status”, along with the Scandinavian nations which will probably be leaning toward a Scandinavian Pact of some sort in decades to come.
The UN itself is a failure, and at best a comedy of errors… at worst, it is a travesty of justice and ineptitude. With Red China and Russia both maintaining interests that play against the West, any resolutions made by the security council are watered down to the point of uselessness. It deserves to be abolished, or at least relieved of its rights in Anglophonic nations.
I think that an “Anglophonic Bloc” (for lack of a proper name) would be just the thing to contain the Shanghai Pact (Sino-Russian coalitions as well as the “Umma” it seems to have joined hands with.
As with the “Say No to Mo” imagery, this is free for use so long as you keep it free for others to use; a nod to this site is all I ask in return. I hope to be able to set up a picture gallery of sorts for other artwork I am making in this vein.