May 28 to June 12 is National Flag Day.
Some people say that critcizing the inverted flag in the government web site is trivial. Wrong Virginia.
I was taught since I was in the elementary leading the students to sing the National Anthem while the flag was being raised that the inverted flag (red on top) signifies that the country is at war. When it is hoisted on a half mast, the nation is grieving for the passing of a great man or a tragedy that befalls the nation. That when it is too old to use, it is burned instead of being discarded in a trash bin.
Saka di ba dapat hindi Flag Day dahil it indicated May 28 to June 12. Alangan namang Linggo kasi sobra. Ginawa na lang sana nilang isang Linggo.
Coloma owned the error made by an employee. Paawa pa siya doon sa empleyado pero por Dios four Santo equals 8 sabi ng aking ermatz wala na ba kayong gagawing tama kahit "maliit" lang ast hindi man lang gagalaw ang timbangan pag tinimbang ang bahagi ng utak na ginamit? Toinkkk. Tseh. Sus.
Ako na lang ang magte-take ng responsibility kasi ayoko rin naman na maapektuhan masyado ‘yung employee concerned ‘di ba? Bata pa yung empleyado. Kailangan din naman ma-encourage pa rin,"Parang narinig ko na ito ang excuse na ito para sa isang alak . "Great" minds think alike? Bakit sila naghahire ng "bata" as in, hindi alam ang significance ng flag ? .I am not saying to fire the person whoever he is but at least someone's got to check what these "juveniles are doing. Eh kung hindi Philippine flag ang inilagay? Sasabihin ninyo impossible. At the rate, they are committing blunders, it is not far from being remote. May seal pa naman ng Pangulo. OMG.
Malacañang's effort to promote National Flag Day this Saturday was not off to a good start, at least on the Internet.
While the Office of the President's website encouraged Filipinos to display the Philippine flag from May 28 to June 12, it displayed the Philippine flag upside down, inadvertently indicating that the Philippines is at war.