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Rhino Party of Canada

Last modified: 2019-10-14 by rob raeside
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[Rhino Party of Canada] image by Marc Pasquin, 14 September 2019

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Flag of the Rhino Party Of Canada, a party dating back (in various incarnations) to the 1960s as a protest vote. The current incarnation used a flag which looks like the Canadian national flag with the central maple leaf being replaced by the image of a rhinoceros made in the style of a US political symbol (like the republican elephant and democrats donkey).

The official explanation for the name of their party given back in the days was that "like a rhinoceros, politicians have thick skins, move slowly, are feeble of intellect, can move fast when threatened, love to wallow in muck and have large hairy horns growing in the middle of their faces thus obscuring their vision."
Marc Pasquin, 14 September 2019