There has in
Such a positive reaction has been far from universal. There has been a snide Facebook posting implying that flying the English flag should signify the presence of a man with small privates. How delightful, patriotism and an interest in sport associated with penile inferiority. Would those ironists apply the same philosophy to the flags of
However perhaps there is an element of ‘it’s our flag so we can moan about it’. Certainly there have been associations between the StGC and far-right politics and football thuggery. National flags are shanghaied by extremists in most countries. Funnily enough having lived through the emergence of groups such as the NF during the eighties I never have. Perhaps because that group are a small minority and I recall the StGC far more for its appearance during the Queen’s
In terms of aggression all national flags, especially that belonging to the primary driver of a nation which annexed a large part of the world are a tad militaristic.
I think the idea that wearing the
You don’t have to like football, you don’t have to like red and white (I’d quite like something in pink and silver but I digress) and you might simply not like flags per se but there is no reason to snipe. Perhaps you don’t like what it stands for ie