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Wally Anglesea emails:

My wife and I were at Belmore Basin (Wollongong) for this year’s Australia Day celebrations. We saw more Aussie flags than in previous years, and people from all walks of life, ages and, dare I say, ethnic backgrounds, all celebrating, and many, many with Australian flags, or clothing or tattoos of Australian flags (and a lot of green and gold).

With the Big Day Out kerfuffle, it seems to me that someone is out of touch with the psyche of the Australian public …

Observe Wally’s pics. Allan J. also reports gang colour sightings, including gang colour underwear exposed during the World Cup, and gang colours infiltrating the “Second Life” computer game.

Posted by Tim B. on 01/28/2007 at 10:41 AM
    1. We spent the day around Sydney – the Rocks, Hyde Park and Darling Harbour and I have never seen so many Aussie flags

      Some young girls were even dressed in flags

      And I saw one family at Darling Harbour – the women had hijabs on – they were all busy taking pics of each other with the Aussie flag draped around their shoulders

      There must have some people very very upset with this mass gang colour outrage

      Posted by aussiemagpie on 2007 01 28 at 11:42 AM • permalink


    1. I love it when the head-tilters take it in the shorts!

      Posted by RebeccaH on 2007 01 28 at 12:06 PM • permalink


    1. Obviously Aussies don’t listen to their betters. Or maybe they just like the color scheme. Whatever, there must be a lot of kinked necks among the elite.

      Posted by GaryS on 2007 01 28 at 12:21 PM • permalink


    1. It’s funny that almost everywhere in society people can have Australian flags, or wear Autralian-flag-themed clothes, and it doesn’t cause any trouble at all. The only place it (supposedly) causes trouble is at events involving lots of left-wing radicals. That rather suggests that the cause of any trouble involving the flag lies with the radicals.

      Posted by Blithering Bunny on 2007 01 28 at 01:36 PM • permalink




      Posted by The_Real_JeffS on 2007 01 28 at 02:47 PM • permalink


    1. A speech given in 1973 (he was talking about the moonbats of that time but it still applies) addressing patriotism.

      The Pragmatics of Patriotism

      I was ten years old in 1973.  It amazes me how much has changed in the intervening years, and how little.

      Posted by fclark on 2007 01 28 at 04:18 PM • permalink


    1. Longreach Bay, Rottnest Island, WA – every boat flew at least one Aussie flag, many had two and then there were the Boxing Kangaroos and Red Ensigns as well.  And that was before I started observing what the ladies were wearing, purely to keep the readers of this site up to date with the fashion trends.

      The aussie flag was defintiely the thing this year.  Can’t remember there ever being so much flag flying.

      Posted by Razor on 2007 01 28 at 08:38 PM • permalink


    1. Notice that people said, “in your face” with happy smiles and dancing, not growling, snarling, ugly sneering faces.  The left could learn something.

      HA.  Forgive me.  I was just day-dreaming a little.

      Posted by saltydog on 2007 01 28 at 09:06 PM • permalink


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