Question: Why does Australia have two flags?

However, people were confused about the use of two Australian flags. The blue ensign was meant to be for official and naval purposes and the red ensign was meant to be used by the merchant fleet, but the general public began using the red ensign on land.

How does the Australian flag not represent Australia?

In representing only Australias British heritage, the flag is anachronistic and does not reflect the change to a multicultural, pluralist society. In particular, the flag makes no mention of indigenous Australians, many of whom regard the Union Jack as a symbol of colonial oppression and dispossession.

Why is the Southern Cross significant to Aboriginal people?

The Southern Cross has been a part of Australias Indigenous cosmology for millennia. Unseen in the Northern Hemisphere since the beginning of the Christian era, the Southern Cross constellation was rediscovered by European voyagers in the late 15th century and taken as a sign of divine blessing for their conquests.

Why do people want the Australian flag?

The Australian National Flag Association (ANFA) believes that the existing design is an integral part of the Australian heritage and an appropriate expression of our national identity. The existing design of stars and crosses should therefore be retained and not altered in any manner whatsoever.

What is the Aboriginal word for moon?

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