Until recently if you asked me which flag I regard as being the one representing my nation, I'd have an easy answer - the St George's cross of course.
There's just one problem with that. Have a look at the fair points made about that flag here, then get back to me.
Knights Templar. Masonic checked floor. Usury. The Bad Guys.
Now I don't completely agree with that site's statements about the English people, to me it sounds a little supremacist (and I don't use that word lightly like some pc muppets might) considering the role the English aristocracy has had in exploiting first the English people in feudalism, then the Scottish Welsh and especially the Irish people, then large parts of the world during the First Rothschild "British" Empire (the Second being the less formal but more successful Rothschild "Amerikan" Empire).
So I don't know, I'm somewhere between the assessment of the English made by that site and the assessment made by the ZGR that basically the English are children of Satan, I guess. I am not self hating. My grandfather was an ordinary coal miner but no Bevin Boy, he fought in Italy unwittingly for the evil throne of "David", against German lads also fighting - even less wittingly - for the same evil throne of "David" via a one time visitor to London and big time Crown provocateur called Adolf.
I digress. Point is, is there a flag that represents England without being a symbol of oppression towards the English people (a symbol of Norman-Vatican conquest and subsequent feudal serfdom, and immoral Crusades, and an occult Templarist symbol)?
I'm not a fan of dragon flags or any kind of symbolism like that. Those symbols - the dragon, the lion, the serpent, represent the royal bloodline families as far as eye can tell. The lion is the symbol of Judaism yet is also the symbol of the Royal British Empire, and Christians in Rome were thrown to lions, go figure. The dragon and the serpent just make you think maybe David Icke has a point, but whatever they really represent they are all over the place in royal heraldry, corporate logos etc. Exploitation again.
Besides that, there are no lions and very few serpents (unless Icke is right of course, lol) in England, just grass snakes which aren't exactly dragon-like. What the bloody hell are they doing here? The lions surely belong to Africa, and where is it the Komodo dragon is from - ah yes Indonesia, thank you wikipedia, even though you do obscure and lie about many things.
If we're talking animal symbolism, what about the wolf? Humans identify with dogs and wolves because we actually have a lot in common. Certainly humans in their natural environment (ie not the convenience corporatocracy we live in today) share a lot of behaviour with wolves, and wolves occasionally raise human children as one of their own. Wolves were an indigenous English/British animal, not that I support the nutjob anti-human 'animal rights' idea of reintroducing them into the wild over here like they are in America, of course. The British Bulldog is I suppose a reasonable animal symbol, but it just makes me think of dogfighting (and not the courageous Fighter Command kind).
The flag I currently have on this blog is an unofficial flag for Northern England. Since it malforms the evil cross of St George*, I consider it suitable. The Scandinavian cross represents the Viking connection to the North-East, and say what you want about the Vikings, they weren't that bad at all in my opinion; it was Vikings who made one successful free society - Iceland, which is one of the oft-cited examples of individualist anarchy 'working' by modern anarchists, the other of course being Ireland prior to the Crown takeover and desecration there.
I don't think you need to be a genius to figure out why I never really have been a fan of the Union Jack. Uh, can you say 'royal tyranny' and 'involuntary assimilation of the Scottish, Welsh and Irish people'?
So in short England was feudally enserfed in 1066. In truth, despite many fake revolutions and fake freedoms, we have never turfed the bastards who did it out! And to make matters worse they have now intermarried for centuries with other non-European elites and hence they want their British Israel NWO global feudalism. That's not the only paradigm to view modern events through but it is one that makes a lot of sense out of the senseless.
British Israel..."Jerusalem in England's green and pleasant land". There is little to no evidence to support its assertion that Brith-ish people are a lost tribe of Israel, or indeed that Saxons are Isaac's Sons. It seems to be an ideological cover for the fact that the English elite, how should I put this, aren't completely European. Also note that in the chart above Jews, ie ordinary Jews, are only given a passing mention which reflects the reality that they have at times been treated like crap, especially if they remained in Europe and didn't go along with the Zionist gameplan to force-move them all to Palestine. Remind me, who promised Palestine to both Jews and Arabs before WW2? Now that's not going to cause any prob-oh wait...
Okay, maybe flags aren't that important. Some think we should discard them because people fight over them. I think anything that makes people willing to fight would be as much of a blessing as a curse today, but then what do I know. The most important thing is what the fight is for, truly. If I thought this nation was unrecoverable, or even the whole human species was unrecoverable, then what is the point of 'living'. It's all lies and the truth is the ordinary human being is incredibly powerful, hence the constant attempts to suppress and control by any means.
The English people don't need a flag as much as a g't big slice of humble pie (sorry but banning guns does not make us 'more civilised' you morons), perhaps a slap in the face with a wet fish, which will slap them out of their korporate kommie kontrolled stupor and maybe then we'll get round to figuring out what the hell happened and who's doing it all to us and what a bunch of crooks and cowards they are, they are terrified of us simply becoming aware of what has been done. Where's the fire coming from? Who benefits?
*of course, I don't view people who have a different opinion of the St George's cross or indeed the Union Jack, even, in a dim light. It could be that I'm wrong and we should embrace these symbols as ones that once represented our oppression but are now a badge of honour and unity - but either way the real history of the symbols must be known first. Which, quite clearly, is not the case today.