OK. This one has a lot of problems. Let just get this out of the way – the emblem in the center appears to be an abstract representation of the male genitalia. That happens to be coincidental. But this is even worse: the shape actually represents a gonfalon – which was a medieval French flag. It’s a flag of a flag. That’s like wearing a shirt with a picture of yourself on it. Except there’s actually no coat of arms (which would be traditional) on the emblem. So I guess it’s more like wearing a shirt with your sillhouette on it. Nothing is being represented here except for the shape of a currently disused flag. That’s a French Paradox worth discussing.