Some flags of groups you probably think didn’t have a flag:
Australian Anarchists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/au%7Danarc.html
The city/squatter camp of Christiania: http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/2013/09/christiana-forty-years-copenhagen
Provisional People’s Democratic Republic of Diego Garcia:  http://www.zianet.com/tedmorris/dg/realhistory.html
Esperantists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/qy-eo.html
The Finno-Ugric people:http://www.fennougria.ee/index.php?id=21561
Roma (“Gypsies”): http://www.dw.de/roma-minority-lacks-political-representation-europe/a-17517717
Asexuals: http://www.theflagshop.co.uk/asexual-flag-5070-p.asp
And then a couple I invented, one because Driftglass mentioned on the Professional Left Podcast that there was no flag for the unemployed.  I gave it the colors of the denim, olive and pink work clothes they wish they could wear, and the black triangle with which the Nazis marked us: http://www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/enamel-brooches/186-blac.html
And a flag for the Jehovah’s Witnesses, also using a Nazi badge, out of a perverse desire to give a flag to people who have a problem with flags: http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102008085 Some flags of groups you probably think didn’t have a flag:
Australian Anarchists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/au%7Danarc.html
The city/squatter camp of Christiania: http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/2013/09/christiana-forty-years-copenhagen
Provisional People’s Democratic Republic of Diego Garcia:  http://www.zianet.com/tedmorris/dg/realhistory.html
Esperantists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/qy-eo.html
The Finno-Ugric people:http://www.fennougria.ee/index.php?id=21561
Roma (“Gypsies”): http://www.dw.de/roma-minority-lacks-political-representation-europe/a-17517717
Asexuals: http://www.theflagshop.co.uk/asexual-flag-5070-p.asp
And then a couple I invented, one because Driftglass mentioned on the Professional Left Podcast that there was no flag for the unemployed.  I gave it the colors of the denim, olive and pink work clothes they wish they could wear, and the black triangle with which the Nazis marked us: http://www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/enamel-brooches/186-blac.html
And a flag for the Jehovah’s Witnesses, also using a Nazi badge, out of a perverse desire to give a flag to people who have a problem with flags: http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102008085 Some flags of groups you probably think didn’t have a flag:
Australian Anarchists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/au%7Danarc.html
The city/squatter camp of Christiania: http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/2013/09/christiana-forty-years-copenhagen
Provisional People’s Democratic Republic of Diego Garcia:  http://www.zianet.com/tedmorris/dg/realhistory.html
Esperantists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/qy-eo.html
The Finno-Ugric people:http://www.fennougria.ee/index.php?id=21561
Roma (“Gypsies”): http://www.dw.de/roma-minority-lacks-political-representation-europe/a-17517717
Asexuals: http://www.theflagshop.co.uk/asexual-flag-5070-p.asp
And then a couple I invented, one because Driftglass mentioned on the Professional Left Podcast that there was no flag for the unemployed.  I gave it the colors of the denim, olive and pink work clothes they wish they could wear, and the black triangle with which the Nazis marked us: http://www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/enamel-brooches/186-blac.html
And a flag for the Jehovah’s Witnesses, also using a Nazi badge, out of a perverse desire to give a flag to people who have a problem with flags: http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102008085 Some flags of groups you probably think didn’t have a flag:
Australian Anarchists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/au%7Danarc.html
The city/squatter camp of Christiania: http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/2013/09/christiana-forty-years-copenhagen
Provisional People’s Democratic Republic of Diego Garcia:  http://www.zianet.com/tedmorris/dg/realhistory.html
Esperantists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/qy-eo.html
The Finno-Ugric people:http://www.fennougria.ee/index.php?id=21561
Roma (“Gypsies”): http://www.dw.de/roma-minority-lacks-political-representation-europe/a-17517717
Asexuals: http://www.theflagshop.co.uk/asexual-flag-5070-p.asp
And then a couple I invented, one because Driftglass mentioned on the Professional Left Podcast that there was no flag for the unemployed.  I gave it the colors of the denim, olive and pink work clothes they wish they could wear, and the black triangle with which the Nazis marked us: http://www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/enamel-brooches/186-blac.html
And a flag for the Jehovah’s Witnesses, also using a Nazi badge, out of a perverse desire to give a flag to people who have a problem with flags: http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102008085 Some flags of groups you probably think didn’t have a flag:
Australian Anarchists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/au%7Danarc.html
The city/squatter camp of Christiania: http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/2013/09/christiana-forty-years-copenhagen
Provisional People’s Democratic Republic of Diego Garcia:  http://www.zianet.com/tedmorris/dg/realhistory.html
Esperantists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/qy-eo.html
The Finno-Ugric people:http://www.fennougria.ee/index.php?id=21561
Roma (“Gypsies”): http://www.dw.de/roma-minority-lacks-political-representation-europe/a-17517717
Asexuals: http://www.theflagshop.co.uk/asexual-flag-5070-p.asp
And then a couple I invented, one because Driftglass mentioned on the Professional Left Podcast that there was no flag for the unemployed.  I gave it the colors of the denim, olive and pink work clothes they wish they could wear, and the black triangle with which the Nazis marked us: http://www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/enamel-brooches/186-blac.html
And a flag for the Jehovah’s Witnesses, also using a Nazi badge, out of a perverse desire to give a flag to people who have a problem with flags: http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102008085 Some flags of groups you probably think didn’t have a flag:
Australian Anarchists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/au%7Danarc.html
The city/squatter camp of Christiania: http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/2013/09/christiana-forty-years-copenhagen
Provisional People’s Democratic Republic of Diego Garcia:  http://www.zianet.com/tedmorris/dg/realhistory.html
Esperantists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/qy-eo.html
The Finno-Ugric people:http://www.fennougria.ee/index.php?id=21561
Roma (“Gypsies”): http://www.dw.de/roma-minority-lacks-political-representation-europe/a-17517717
Asexuals: http://www.theflagshop.co.uk/asexual-flag-5070-p.asp
And then a couple I invented, one because Driftglass mentioned on the Professional Left Podcast that there was no flag for the unemployed.  I gave it the colors of the denim, olive and pink work clothes they wish they could wear, and the black triangle with which the Nazis marked us: http://www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/enamel-brooches/186-blac.html
And a flag for the Jehovah’s Witnesses, also using a Nazi badge, out of a perverse desire to give a flag to people who have a problem with flags: http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102008085 Some flags of groups you probably think didn’t have a flag:
Australian Anarchists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/au%7Danarc.html
The city/squatter camp of Christiania: http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/2013/09/christiana-forty-years-copenhagen
Provisional People’s Democratic Republic of Diego Garcia:  http://www.zianet.com/tedmorris/dg/realhistory.html
Esperantists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/qy-eo.html
The Finno-Ugric people:http://www.fennougria.ee/index.php?id=21561
Roma (“Gypsies”): http://www.dw.de/roma-minority-lacks-political-representation-europe/a-17517717
Asexuals: http://www.theflagshop.co.uk/asexual-flag-5070-p.asp
And then a couple I invented, one because Driftglass mentioned on the Professional Left Podcast that there was no flag for the unemployed.  I gave it the colors of the denim, olive and pink work clothes they wish they could wear, and the black triangle with which the Nazis marked us: http://www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/enamel-brooches/186-blac.html
And a flag for the Jehovah’s Witnesses, also using a Nazi badge, out of a perverse desire to give a flag to people who have a problem with flags: http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102008085 Some flags of groups you probably think didn’t have a flag:
Australian Anarchists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/au%7Danarc.html
The city/squatter camp of Christiania: http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/2013/09/christiana-forty-years-copenhagen
Provisional People’s Democratic Republic of Diego Garcia:  http://www.zianet.com/tedmorris/dg/realhistory.html
Esperantists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/qy-eo.html
The Finno-Ugric people:http://www.fennougria.ee/index.php?id=21561
Roma (“Gypsies”): http://www.dw.de/roma-minority-lacks-political-representation-europe/a-17517717
Asexuals: http://www.theflagshop.co.uk/asexual-flag-5070-p.asp
And then a couple I invented, one because Driftglass mentioned on the Professional Left Podcast that there was no flag for the unemployed.  I gave it the colors of the denim, olive and pink work clothes they wish they could wear, and the black triangle with which the Nazis marked us: http://www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/enamel-brooches/186-blac.html
And a flag for the Jehovah’s Witnesses, also using a Nazi badge, out of a perverse desire to give a flag to people who have a problem with flags: http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102008085 Some flags of groups you probably think didn’t have a flag:
Australian Anarchists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/au%7Danarc.html
The city/squatter camp of Christiania: http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/2013/09/christiana-forty-years-copenhagen
Provisional People’s Democratic Republic of Diego Garcia:  http://www.zianet.com/tedmorris/dg/realhistory.html
Esperantists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/qy-eo.html
The Finno-Ugric people:http://www.fennougria.ee/index.php?id=21561
Roma (“Gypsies”): http://www.dw.de/roma-minority-lacks-political-representation-europe/a-17517717
Asexuals: http://www.theflagshop.co.uk/asexual-flag-5070-p.asp
And then a couple I invented, one because Driftglass mentioned on the Professional Left Podcast that there was no flag for the unemployed.  I gave it the colors of the denim, olive and pink work clothes they wish they could wear, and the black triangle with which the Nazis marked us: http://www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/enamel-brooches/186-blac.html
And a flag for the Jehovah’s Witnesses, also using a Nazi badge, out of a perverse desire to give a flag to people who have a problem with flags: http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102008085 Some flags of groups you probably think didn’t have a flag:
Australian Anarchists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/au%7Danarc.html
The city/squatter camp of Christiania: http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/2013/09/christiana-forty-years-copenhagen
Provisional People’s Democratic Republic of Diego Garcia:  http://www.zianet.com/tedmorris/dg/realhistory.html
Esperantists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/qy-eo.html
The Finno-Ugric people:http://www.fennougria.ee/index.php?id=21561
Roma (“Gypsies”): http://www.dw.de/roma-minority-lacks-political-representation-europe/a-17517717
Asexuals: http://www.theflagshop.co.uk/asexual-flag-5070-p.asp
And then a couple I invented, one because Driftglass mentioned on the Professional Left Podcast that there was no flag for the unemployed.  I gave it the colors of the denim, olive and pink work clothes they wish they could wear, and the black triangle with which the Nazis marked us: http://www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/enamel-brooches/186-blac.html
And a flag for the Jehovah’s Witnesses, also using a Nazi badge, out of a perverse desire to give a flag to people who have a problem with flags: http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102008085

Some flags of groups you probably think didn’t have a flag:

Australian Anarchists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/au%7Danarc.html

The city/squatter camp of Christiania: http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/2013/09/christiana-forty-years-copenhagen

Provisional People’s Democratic Republic of Diego Garcia:  http://www.zianet.com/tedmorris/dg/realhistory.html

Esperantists: http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/qy-eo.html

The Finno-Ugric people:http://www.fennougria.ee/index.php?id=21561

Roma (“Gypsies”): http://www.dw.de/roma-minority-lacks-political-representation-europe/a-17517717

Asexuals: http://www.theflagshop.co.uk/asexual-flag-5070-p.asp

And then a couple I invented, one because Driftglass mentioned on the Professional Left Podcast that there was no flag for the unemployed.  I gave it the colors of the denim, olive and pink work clothes they wish they could wear, and the black triangle with which the Nazis marked us: http://www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/enamel-brooches/186-blac.html

And a flag for the Jehovah’s Witnesses, also using a Nazi badge, out of a perverse desire to give a flag to people who have a problem with flags: http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1102008085

This idea has been rattling around in my head for awhile.  I may someday write a story to go with it, but for the meantime at least I managed the state and county flags.
Empyrean is the 62nd state to join the Union, and the first state based off of Earth.  For decades, the U.S. resisted recognizing territorial claims off of Earth, until it was obliged to recognize the Commonwealth of Hell (Crater) in order to ally with it against aggression by Brazil.  Soon after that, the U.S. recognized two other off-Earth nations, and several other at-large provinces and departments of Earth-based nations, and at that point there was no way for Congress to continue ignoring the pleas of Americans living permanently off Earth that they deserved a state of their own.
The state flag follows the lead of Indiana, and shows 61 stars within the circle of Earth and a 62nd star beyond it.
The state was organized in the form of three counties, each defined by orbits: Glenn County was all U.S.-associated space stations and factories in low Earth orbit (hence its flag being a triband which echoes the appearance of the horizon as seen from orbit).  Clarke County* covered geosynchronous orbit, while Armstrong County included American territory on the Moon, in Lunar orbit and the Lagrange points.
* No relation to Allen Steele’s novel [http://www.amazon.com/Clarke-County-Space-Allen-Steele/dp/0441110444], except that it is also named after Arthur C. Clarke [https://celestrak.com/columns/v04n07/] This idea has been rattling around in my head for awhile.  I may someday write a story to go with it, but for the meantime at least I managed the state and county flags.
Empyrean is the 62nd state to join the Union, and the first state based off of Earth.  For decades, the U.S. resisted recognizing territorial claims off of Earth, until it was obliged to recognize the Commonwealth of Hell (Crater) in order to ally with it against aggression by Brazil.  Soon after that, the U.S. recognized two other off-Earth nations, and several other at-large provinces and departments of Earth-based nations, and at that point there was no way for Congress to continue ignoring the pleas of Americans living permanently off Earth that they deserved a state of their own.
The state flag follows the lead of Indiana, and shows 61 stars within the circle of Earth and a 62nd star beyond it.
The state was organized in the form of three counties, each defined by orbits: Glenn County was all U.S.-associated space stations and factories in low Earth orbit (hence its flag being a triband which echoes the appearance of the horizon as seen from orbit).  Clarke County* covered geosynchronous orbit, while Armstrong County included American territory on the Moon, in Lunar orbit and the Lagrange points.
* No relation to Allen Steele’s novel [http://www.amazon.com/Clarke-County-Space-Allen-Steele/dp/0441110444], except that it is also named after Arthur C. Clarke [https://celestrak.com/columns/v04n07/] This idea has been rattling around in my head for awhile.  I may someday write a story to go with it, but for the meantime at least I managed the state and county flags.
Empyrean is the 62nd state to join the Union, and the first state based off of Earth.  For decades, the U.S. resisted recognizing territorial claims off of Earth, until it was obliged to recognize the Commonwealth of Hell (Crater) in order to ally with it against aggression by Brazil.  Soon after that, the U.S. recognized two other off-Earth nations, and several other at-large provinces and departments of Earth-based nations, and at that point there was no way for Congress to continue ignoring the pleas of Americans living permanently off Earth that they deserved a state of their own.
The state flag follows the lead of Indiana, and shows 61 stars within the circle of Earth and a 62nd star beyond it.
The state was organized in the form of three counties, each defined by orbits: Glenn County was all U.S.-associated space stations and factories in low Earth orbit (hence its flag being a triband which echoes the appearance of the horizon as seen from orbit).  Clarke County* covered geosynchronous orbit, while Armstrong County included American territory on the Moon, in Lunar orbit and the Lagrange points.
* No relation to Allen Steele’s novel [http://www.amazon.com/Clarke-County-Space-Allen-Steele/dp/0441110444], except that it is also named after Arthur C. Clarke [https://celestrak.com/columns/v04n07/] This idea has been rattling around in my head for awhile.  I may someday write a story to go with it, but for the meantime at least I managed the state and county flags.
Empyrean is the 62nd state to join the Union, and the first state based off of Earth.  For decades, the U.S. resisted recognizing territorial claims off of Earth, until it was obliged to recognize the Commonwealth of Hell (Crater) in order to ally with it against aggression by Brazil.  Soon after that, the U.S. recognized two other off-Earth nations, and several other at-large provinces and departments of Earth-based nations, and at that point there was no way for Congress to continue ignoring the pleas of Americans living permanently off Earth that they deserved a state of their own.
The state flag follows the lead of Indiana, and shows 61 stars within the circle of Earth and a 62nd star beyond it.
The state was organized in the form of three counties, each defined by orbits: Glenn County was all U.S.-associated space stations and factories in low Earth orbit (hence its flag being a triband which echoes the appearance of the horizon as seen from orbit).  Clarke County* covered geosynchronous orbit, while Armstrong County included American territory on the Moon, in Lunar orbit and the Lagrange points.
* No relation to Allen Steele’s novel [http://www.amazon.com/Clarke-County-Space-Allen-Steele/dp/0441110444], except that it is also named after Arthur C. Clarke [https://celestrak.com/columns/v04n07/]

This idea has been rattling around in my head for awhile.  I may someday write a story to go with it, but for the meantime at least I managed the state and county flags.

Empyrean is the 62nd state to join the Union, and the first state based off of Earth.  For decades, the U.S. resisted recognizing territorial claims off of Earth, until it was obliged to recognize the Commonwealth of Hell (Crater) in order to ally with it against aggression by Brazil.  Soon after that, the U.S. recognized two other off-Earth nations, and several other at-large provinces and departments of Earth-based nations, and at that point there was no way for Congress to continue ignoring the pleas of Americans living permanently off Earth that they deserved a state of their own.

The state flag follows the lead of Indiana, and shows 61 stars within the circle of Earth and a 62nd star beyond it.

The state was organized in the form of three counties, each defined by orbits: Glenn County was all U.S.-associated space stations and factories in low Earth orbit (hence its flag being a triband which echoes the appearance of the horizon as seen from orbit).  Clarke County* covered geosynchronous orbit, while Armstrong County included American territory on the Moon, in Lunar orbit and the Lagrange points.

* No relation to Allen Steele’s novel [http://www.amazon.com/Clarke-County-Space-Allen-Steele/dp/0441110444], except that it is also named after Arthur C. Clarke [https://celestrak.com/columns/v04n07/]

I saw this flag on this video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqB26208cdc
It might seem a bit odd (as it does to some of the commenters on this video) for a hypothetical Communist government in Japan to use an anthem praising the Imperial family, but odder combinations have existed.
I mean, considering that the same family has endured through the Shogunate, the Meiji Restoration, military dictatorship, foreign occupation and capitalist democracy, why not (let us presume) democratic socialism as well? I saw this flag on this video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqB26208cdc
It might seem a bit odd (as it does to some of the commenters on this video) for a hypothetical Communist government in Japan to use an anthem praising the Imperial family, but odder combinations have existed.
I mean, considering that the same family has endured through the Shogunate, the Meiji Restoration, military dictatorship, foreign occupation and capitalist democracy, why not (let us presume) democratic socialism as well? I saw this flag on this video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqB26208cdc
It might seem a bit odd (as it does to some of the commenters on this video) for a hypothetical Communist government in Japan to use an anthem praising the Imperial family, but odder combinations have existed.
I mean, considering that the same family has endured through the Shogunate, the Meiji Restoration, military dictatorship, foreign occupation and capitalist democracy, why not (let us presume) democratic socialism as well? I saw this flag on this video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqB26208cdc
It might seem a bit odd (as it does to some of the commenters on this video) for a hypothetical Communist government in Japan to use an anthem praising the Imperial family, but odder combinations have existed.
I mean, considering that the same family has endured through the Shogunate, the Meiji Restoration, military dictatorship, foreign occupation and capitalist democracy, why not (let us presume) democratic socialism as well? I saw this flag on this video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqB26208cdc
It might seem a bit odd (as it does to some of the commenters on this video) for a hypothetical Communist government in Japan to use an anthem praising the Imperial family, but odder combinations have existed.
I mean, considering that the same family has endured through the Shogunate, the Meiji Restoration, military dictatorship, foreign occupation and capitalist democracy, why not (let us presume) democratic socialism as well? I saw this flag on this video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqB26208cdc
It might seem a bit odd (as it does to some of the commenters on this video) for a hypothetical Communist government in Japan to use an anthem praising the Imperial family, but odder combinations have existed.
I mean, considering that the same family has endured through the Shogunate, the Meiji Restoration, military dictatorship, foreign occupation and capitalist democracy, why not (let us presume) democratic socialism as well?

I saw this flag on this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqB26208cdc

It might seem a bit odd (as it does to some of the commenters on this video) for a hypothetical Communist government in Japan to use an anthem praising the Imperial family, but odder combinations have existed.

I mean, considering that the same family has endured through the Shogunate, the Meiji Restoration, military dictatorship, foreign occupation and capitalist democracy, why not (let us presume) democratic socialism as well?

More than anything else, to me a flag represents hope.
Some more than others: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzdpH12QQ3Q
I prefer the simple triband design, myself. More than anything else, to me a flag represents hope.
Some more than others: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzdpH12QQ3Q
I prefer the simple triband design, myself. More than anything else, to me a flag represents hope.
Some more than others: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzdpH12QQ3Q
I prefer the simple triband design, myself. More than anything else, to me a flag represents hope.
Some more than others: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzdpH12QQ3Q
I prefer the simple triband design, myself. More than anything else, to me a flag represents hope.
Some more than others: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzdpH12QQ3Q
I prefer the simple triband design, myself.

More than anything else, to me a flag represents hope.

Some more than others: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzdpH12QQ3Q

I prefer the simple triband design, myself.

veganbutt:

sascoalition:

Obama will never be half the man nor love America as much as Reagan did.

Obama will never eat as many flags throughout his presidency like Reagan did. Reagan holds the current flag-eating record at 3,463 flags during his presidency. Obama is currently only at 1,072.
Here we see pictured: Reagan in action during one of his flag feedings. This is speculated to be approximately his 560th flag consumed.

Gee, I always assumed Reagan only figuratively blew his nose on the American flag … .

(via annehka)

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Crimea, real and imaginary.

In their book Best of Enemies, writer Jean-Pierre Filiu and artist David B. try to illuminate the details, both familiar and obscure, of Western relations with the Middle East and Iran.
http://www.theguardian.com/books/2012/may/29/best-enemies-jean-pierre-filiu-david-b-review
They mention the fact that Iranian Premier Muhammad Mossadegh, infamously deposed by the U.S. government in favor of the even more infamous Shah Reza Pahlavi, was in poor health and spent much of his working day in bed, even receiving official visitors in his pajamas.
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/13543448-best-of-enemies
The recurring pajama references include a symbolic image of the Iranian flag flying in the form of a pair of jammies, an image I thought I would post here, with my clumsy attempts to color it.
http://www.tcj.com/reviews/best-of-enemies-a-history-of-us-and-middle-east-relations-part-one-1783-1953/ In their book Best of Enemies, writer Jean-Pierre Filiu and artist David B. try to illuminate the details, both familiar and obscure, of Western relations with the Middle East and Iran.
http://www.theguardian.com/books/2012/may/29/best-enemies-jean-pierre-filiu-david-b-review
They mention the fact that Iranian Premier Muhammad Mossadegh, infamously deposed by the U.S. government in favor of the even more infamous Shah Reza Pahlavi, was in poor health and spent much of his working day in bed, even receiving official visitors in his pajamas.
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/13543448-best-of-enemies
The recurring pajama references include a symbolic image of the Iranian flag flying in the form of a pair of jammies, an image I thought I would post here, with my clumsy attempts to color it.
http://www.tcj.com/reviews/best-of-enemies-a-history-of-us-and-middle-east-relations-part-one-1783-1953/

In their book Best of Enemies, writer Jean-Pierre Filiu and artist David B. try to illuminate the details, both familiar and obscure, of Western relations with the Middle East and Iran.

http://www.theguardian.com/books/2012/may/29/best-enemies-jean-pierre-filiu-david-b-review

They mention the fact that Iranian Premier Muhammad Mossadegh, infamously deposed by the U.S. government in favor of the even more infamous Shah Reza Pahlavi, was in poor health and spent much of his working day in bed, even receiving official visitors in his pajamas.

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/13543448-best-of-enemies

The recurring pajama references include a symbolic image of the Iranian flag flying in the form of a pair of jammies, an image I thought I would post here, with my clumsy attempts to color it.

http://www.tcj.com/reviews/best-of-enemies-a-history-of-us-and-middle-east-relations-part-one-1783-1953/