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There are two banners on the homepage of the Zomi Momno Association, one of them as a zo banner (Chin State). One variation of this flag shows a disc with a single avian and 6 asterisks. Zomi Reunification Organization has the goal of uniting the Zo peoples (known in Myanmar, Bangladesh and India as Chin, Kuki, Lushai, etc.).
Your website presents a suggested flag, which is described as follows: "Zomi flag has a central scarlet backdrop with two fully extended erect crucifixes, an inner verdant crucifix encircled by an external violet one. GRÜN - Wealth" Editorial note: In July 1999, Jarig Bakker researched the Chinese tribe in Myanmar and found the following information and flags from resources that are no longer available on the Internet the expression "chin" is an old Myanmar expression for "companion" or "friend".
Chin " and "Chindwin" (it means the chin hole) are used in the pagan epigraphs of the early thirteenth and early thirteenth centuries A.D. The word "Chin" is used for the various mountain trunks of the Chin state of the Union of Myanmar (Burma), the Mizos of the Assam state of India, some of the mountain trunks of the Chittagong Mountains of Bangladesh and the "Thados" of the Manipur state.
They are also found in the Rakhaing State, Thayer, Minbu and Pyinmana Distrikt. Unfortunately, none of them recognize the word "Chin", although it has been recognized and approved until now. It seems to me that the Chin do not have a common name for their people/tribe and that this is fully used by the outside to confuse the subject.
Vladimir Stephen Epstein tells of a trip to the'Bnei Menashe', who belong to the Kuki clan in Mizoram (India) and still have Jew ish-style rituals. There was the last one I said that finally explains the MD on the Chin flag - but it's very fake. The picture of the Chinese flag was released in my Bulletin (issue 1) and is similar, but the main stellar is full of gold (or yellow) instead of a stomach David design.
Now I' m guessing those Chin's who are to know their flag well, and their site should be familiar, but Ohoh, Jaume certainly has a good resource for his story and it would not be the first public website using a crude false picture of their own flag. In an A&E programme on Quest for the Lots Trikes I saw the flag of a nation named Manmasseh or Manasseh last night.
They live in the states of Manipur and Mizoram near the Indian-Burmese frontier and claim to be part of the Manasseh clan, one of Israel's ten prodigal warriors. The flag has three lines: black, yellow and yellow. In the middle of the strip of reddish brown is a statue of a St. David on a blank back.
If you want the blank backdrop to have the same shape as the pointer. This flag is genuine, but wrongly attributed, I appreciate, partly because of our general lack of knowledge of this arcane part of the globe, wonderful and at the same torn apart by the horrible unrest and well protected from external control by the Hindu state.
Following an extensive exchange of letters with Mr. Neh Thang Kuki, the presenter of the Kuki International Forum, it became clear that the above flag represents the Zale'n-gam administration, a "desired" land to unify all Kuki (Chin) recently under occupying India, Myanmar and Bangladesh.
Mizoram' s Kukis are predominantly Christians, but have a intriguing link to Bnei Menashe, which accounts for the appearance of the "Shield of David" on their flag. This is not necessarily because we have relationships with the Jews. We have gospelsongs and other anthems that refer to the "Star of David" as the dominant Christendom.
It symbolises the Saviour of the earth, Jesus. We believe that this "Star of David", which is also understood as "morning star", will one of these days, eventually defeat all our Lord Jesus Christ's foes. We could also say, in other words, that the sign of power is the sign representing the King of Magi, the Lord of Lords.
Regarding the other two banners shown above, I would honestly say that in this part of the globe and on behalf of their own organisations, those peoples have suggested their own banners. But since these peoples do not have a confident nation, it is difficult to say what the election of the population is.
It will be up to the times to determine which banners are suitable for these individuals. To be honest, there are a number of banners in the Kuki itself.
For the time being, the flag I was representing was the election of the most of our men. We discussed this at length before we submitted the flag. Also I certify that the flag of Zale'n-gam has also been taken over by KNO - - Kuki National Organization and its military force - KNA - Kuki National Army.