Symbols of North American Confederation
|Coat of arms|
The symbols of the North American Confederation are the symbolic representations of what the confederation believes in and the micronational cultures within it. The flag was adopted in 2010 during the unification of its three founding states. When it was proposed by New Europe in October 2010, it was to be an instrument of unity for those who joined the confederation.
Meaning of the National flag
The national flag is a solid blue backround with three stars on the right side. Blue symbolizes that the nation can be strong and steadfast and or light and friendly. The stars represent the micronations that founded the confederation. The location of the stars and arrangement of them is to indicated the location of the three nations of the North American continent.
Meaning of the Coat of arms
The coat of arms is to represent the various micronations of the confederation in their national symbols. Placed over them is a shield containing the American bald eagle with the national flag on it to symbolize the unity of the micronations. The "grand shield" is supported by an angel and two lions to symbolize the strength as well as wisdom of the people themselves to carry and defend their micronational rights. The crown is to represent the nations voice through a single unbiased leader, the monarch.