Pleased to meet you. I'm the CEO of a startup that specializes in designing flags for newly-independent countries. As an example, let me present to you the flag we designed for the proud republic of Guinefghanistance. Looks pretty, no?
Here is a list of our ongoing projects. As you see, new nations are forming with a rapid pace and we have plenty of work in our hands.
Do you think we have any future in the flag design business?
Panda, Brandon and commenters have already figured out ...
... what old countries make up the new ones. The flag for a new country is designed by cutting the flags of the old countries into vertical strips and then sewing ons strip from each them together in the order in which the countries' name fragments appear in the new name.
It is of three countries pushed together, Guinea, Afghanistan, and France in that order. Similarly, it has the first third of the Guinean flag, the middle third of the Afghanistan Flag, and the last third of the French flag (from left to right) all pushed together.
Indonesia, Morocco, and Singapore; Indonesia's and Singapore's flags are both split horizontally through the middle, so it could be the red top half from Indonesia's flag, the Green Star in the middle from Morocco's flag, and the white bottom half of Singapore's flag.