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A Guatemalan flag on a September 10th parade?

Posted: Friday, September 9, 2016. 3:32 p.m. CST.

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By BBN Staff: A video posted on social media this morning shows a Guatemalan flag in a student parade for the Battle of St. George’s Caye celebrations held today in the Capital City of Belmopan.

The video has gone viral on Facebook and is causing uproar since Belize has a territorial dispute with Guatemala and the Battle of St. George’s Caye is when the the British buccaneers (Slaves, Baymen and British soldiers) fought with the Spaniards over the territory of Belize and won.

Some Belizeans have commented on the video that they are being disrespected as September 10th is a Belizean celebration.

“The teachers and the school that are involved in this shenanigan must be sanctioned because this is unpatriotic,” a woman commented.

“It is disrespect to our civic pride,” another comment said.

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Comments

4 Comments

  1. 12345 says:

    Fire those teachers and principal. They are donkeys!!!!!

  2. Alex says:

    Are they seriously thinking that we as Belizean would keep our mouths shout to these stunts that these teacher were already planning on doing for so long knowing damn well that we and that country haven’t been seeing eye to eye. They are disgraceful & unpatriotic. The Government should banned them from here.

  3. ,NKHJGFHG says:

    THAT TEACHER MUST BE A GUATEMALAN WHORE !!!

  4. ,NKHJGFHG says:

    In other countries they are not only fired but are also set on fire !!!!
    Only here those fools, stupid morons do as they like,they must be Guatemalan whores !!!

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