Last weekend, an event called “The Worldwide Rally For Freedom” was held in London. The word “freedom” is very powerful in the name of this name. The rally took place at Trafalgar Square, essentially opposed to blockades and vaccinations, and many attendees linked these perspectives to politicians, especially those including former President Donald Trump.
In the usual placards and declarations about “rights”, there was an impressive flag at the beginning of this image. This is the flag of the fictional Minecraft nation, which existed before it broke into and destroyed a solo multiplayer (SMP) server hosted by the very popular Minecraft streamer Dream. Yes: The rally for freedom took place under the proudly waved flag of the fictional country of Lamburg.
In short, Streamer Dream runs a huge Minecraft role-playing server played by many other popular streamers. Servers are a collaborative effort centered around user-created stories and factions, and L’Manburg was one of the most popular secession factions in server history. In July 2020, we declared independence from “Greater Dream SMP”. This independence in the fight against previous factions was destroyed in January 2021 and experienced various minor Brauhaha before being permanently disbanded.
Even though it only exists for 6 months (And God knows that this case will probably be resurrected) L’Manburg was taken very seriously by the player as long as the country had the national anthem as well as the flag. You can easily buy unofficial merchandise for this flag (which may have played a major role in this bizarre incident).
The flag was first discovered on social media, and L’Manburg quickly became a trending topic due to its relationships with several major influencers.
It’s no surprise to see the “Trump 2024” flag at the so-called #freedomrally in London. These crowds not only always contain the big far-right elements, but also the misunderstood #COVIDIOTS that saw too many dangerous YouTube videos. pic.twitter.com/jiqwOKyu87July 24, 2021
This could have been a big fan of Minecraft. He happens to think that the vaccine contains magnets, but it’s likely to be explained (Discovered by focusThe individuals involved (like middle-aged men, but confusing) knew they were going to a free rally and googled for the “freedom flag.” I just did it and this is the top result.
So while this could be a Minecraft reference, it’s much more likely that you’re the one who bought a cheap flag that they didn’t think of (various causes, as you might expect). There are various designs of IRL’s “Freedom Flag”).
Of course, the streamer was on top of that. Former President of L’Manburg, Tubebo, is a very successful streamer in its own right, with a surprising number of people just tweeting the name of the country in the original photo and collecting 22,000 likes. Not only can this be recognized immediately, but it has been meaningful since it disappeared.
Flag designer Wilbur Soot is once again a very popular streamer and I explained the rationale earlier Behind the flag color and layout. Since it was a country of European players, the inspiration was primarily European, incorporating elements of the French tricolor and a cross representing the flag of Amsterdam (“symbolizing the Dutch citizens” or dreams). “Blue represents freedom, white represents peace, and red (the color at the base and underneath the flag) represents the blood that the country is built on.” On the other hand, “yellow and black accents represent the walls of the country (” Huge black and yellow walls). “
It wasn’t the only comment about Dream’s previous incident Flag designer tagging, Wilbur Soot, Reply to Youtube main account when this was all happening. But there is good reason for him to keep his head low. That was only a month ago, after a long survey. Dream admits “wrong cheating” while setting a world record in the game (Then following multiple attempts to twist).
So welcome to 2021. There, reality continues to surpass fiction, and 5G mobs march under banners created by Minecraft Streamers. I think at least anti-bakers and Minecraft fans share one thing. In different ways, they are all blockheads.
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