Monday, September 14, 2009

The South African flag colours explained

Looking at the National Flag of South Africa have you ever wondered why BLUE is not on top and RED at the bottom?

Here is the explanation:-

RED is the SUN (not the earth), so it's above;

BLUE is the SEA (not the sky) therefore below;

GREEN is the MIELIE FIELDS in the middle;

BLACK is the MAJORITY,

and YELLOW is the ELECTRIC FENCE keeping them away from the mielies.

4 Opinion(s):

Anonymous said...

And white is for the whites growing the mielies. Eish, that electric fence, she is not strong.

Exzanian said...

Black is for the Head...The brain that Governs us (blackhead)...
Red is for the capitalist commies.
Blue is for the colour of the winter air around squatter camps..
Green is for the colour of the grass in other countries..
Yellow is for the mielies we send to Zimbabwe...
and the Y shape is for.....my underpants...

Viking said...

hmmmmm.....

The red, white and blue are the white-people colours - and the black yellow and green are the black-people colours...
The only thing to note is how the black-people colours appear rather, er, phallic...
I think this is a graphic illustration of ANC economic policy : F%&K whitey.

Ron. said...

Which gives one an idea to do one about what the old flag represented which was namely the Afrikaner capturing & domination of both the Boers & English speakers which was symbolized rather well by having the British Union Jack & the two Boer Republic flags in the center surrounded by a huge orange / white & blue horizontal tri colour flag.