Minnesota Starts Procedures to Change State Flag and Seal Because They Allegedly Offend Injuns

There is only one thing that offends Indians, and that is running out of firewater. Seriously: the only thing these people think about is alcohol, and they only think about alcohol when they don’t have any alcohol. If they have alcohol, they’re not thinking about anything.

I simply cannot abide the notion that Indians care about anything. This is a total fantasy invented by white women and Jews as a way to harm society by destroying cultural symbols.

CBS News:

The group tasked with reimagining Minnesota’s state seal and flag met for the first time Tuesday, beginning the work of coming up with new designs by early next year.

The 13-member State Emblems Redesign Commission, which also includes non-voting state lawmakers of both parties, introduced themselves during the virtual meeting and started to chart the course for the next few months. There are three governor appointees and representatives chosen by groups like the Council on Latino Affairs, Minnesota Indian Affairs Council and others.

State law says the designs “must accurately and respectfully reflect Minnesota’s shared history, resources, and diverse cultural communities,” and “symbols, emblems, or likenesses that represent only a single community or person, regardless of whether real or stylized, may not be included in a design.”

“What I’m looking forward to is creating a flag that we can all be proud of and a flag that everybody can look at and say, ‘Yeah, that’s Minnesota’s flag, that’s a cool flag!'” said Dr. Anita Gaul, a pick by Gov. Tim Walz who teaches history at Minnesota West Community and Technical College.

The old flag and seal will retire and the new ones become official on Statehood Day May 11.

Secretary of State Steve Simon, whose office is the “keeper of the state seal,” said he would advocate for an extension of that deadline. He and others stressed the importance of making time for public input, which the law also mandates.

Steve Simon is a Jew

“I don’t mean this to sound pessimistic, but it seems to me that we have to be thoughtful and thorough about this,” Simon said. “We have two big tasks ahead of us — flag and a seal — even one would make this an ambitious project.”

Any change to that date would need to happen during a special session of the legislature, which Gov. Walz this week said might be a possibility to resolve issues with a separate law impacting school resource officers.

Supporters of changing the emblems say the current seal contains offensive imagery because it displays a settler tilling the land as a Native American rides off into the distance. The current flag is the state seal on a blue background.

Even if you were a super-duper sensitive injun capable of thinking about something other than where to acquire more firewater – why is this offensive? If anything, it’s inclusive – isn’t it?

“The whites are tilling, the Indians are riding – everything is in its place.”


This idea that “everything is an offense if you’re white” is just a way to attack and degrade white people. Even if you can find some Indians who claim they are offended by an image of an Indian on a horse, they are only feeling that way because someone – specifically, a white woman or a Jew – suggested it to them, and implied they could get some kind of profit by going along with it.