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image from Tomislav Todorovic, 01 March 2015
Alert Za blog shows this
flag which is clearly derived
from the national flag of South Africa: green Scandinavian-type cross, fimbriated yellow at the hoist side and white at the fly side, which divides the
field into two black fields (hoist) and one red (top fly) and one blue field
(bottom fly). The colour shades are the same as those of the national flag. The
file name of the image [see above] suggests that the flag is used by a corporate
body whose name is abbreviated MMC, but I was not able to find any information
about such an entity on the Web, so this shall be taken with reserve. Any idea
whose flag this might be?
Tomislav Todorovic, 01 March 2015
Does the abbreviation MMC stand for Roman numerals? Just a wild guess.
Esteban Rivera, 01 March 2015
I don't think so - I cannot see any connection to the number 2100.
Tomislav Todorovic, 02 March 2015
There is a South African Christian Men's Conference called the "Mighty Men
Conference". The photo, especially with the file name clue, looks like it was
taken at an MMC event, and indeed at there is a
photo of an MMC event including
such a flag. It is not intended as a flag for the MMC specifically, but as a
general South African Christian flag, simply combining a cross with the national
flag. The blog Ferdi
Vertel mentioned it in 2010.
Using the Google Translator, it says: "How do you like this redesign of an old
flag? I think it can help Christians to stand together and to trust God for
miracles for our country".
Jonathan Dixon, 03 March 2015
That photo looks like a smaller and horizontally flipped version of the first
Tomislav Todorovic, 03 March 2015