Seriously, can we split Scotland and England into seperate flags on /pol/? The shitposting between these two countries is unreal.
>hurr durr you can download an extension
No, I want it actually changed by Hiroyuki. An extension does jack shit really since most people won't have it.
>A country may be an independent sovereign state or one that is occupied by another state, as a non-sovereign or formerly sovereign political division, or a geographic region associated with sets of previously independent or differently associated peoples with distinct political characteristics.
I'm pretty sure England and Scotland are both CONSTITUENT COUNTRIES underneath a sovereign state.
Okay, if you're an American, you should know better than anyone else as to why each province of every country shouldn't have its own flag. Could you imagine if all 50 states had their own flag?
We'd be able to seek out the Californians for a start, they keep injecting their Bernie filth into Trump threads.
Republican state posters would gain respect from others because that's apparently a bonus on /pol/.
It wouldn't be that bad really since you already have shitloads of rare fla-er...overseas territories posting on /pol/ which AREN'T independent and still rely on their ruling nation to support them with defense and sometimes economic situations.
You may be right, but that doesn't mean that particular definition has an exclusive ownership over the word, there are other ways to use it and those shouldn't be overshadowed although unfortunately they are.