The Official Logo of the Superficial Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines is taken from The Coat of Arms of the Philippines (Filipino: Eskudo de Armas ng Pilipinas or Sagisag ng Pilipinas).

On the blue field on the dexter side is the fist of beloved President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, and on the red field on the sinister side is the victory sign of longest-serving President Ferdinand Edralin Marcos, both representing the foremost champions of the Presidential tradition of excellence that has guided the Republic of the Philippines throughout the years.

Beneath is a scroll upon which is inscribed the words “MY GAHD, I HEYT DRAGS,” the New Official Slogan of the Philippines as it strives to emulate the Golden Years of the 1970’s and the early 1980’s, when traffic jams were virtually nonexistent, all-expense paid eternal vacations were given out to thousands of Filipinos, and Philippine internet speed averaged at 5 Terabytes Per Second.

This Official Logo was made possible by Communications Secretary Andanar and Asec. Qualoping after a productive meeting during the ASEAN Summit in Laos, with the assistance of netizen /iamKentRyan.

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