Saturday, June 27 Is ‘Burn The Confederate Flag Day’ – Won’t You Join Us?


In the wake of the senseless murders in Charleston by a racist monster, the confederate flag has come under attack. The “stars and bars” as the imbeciles who hold this symbol so near and dear like to call it, has no place in America other than in a book about hate symbols relegated to infamy.

Southerners are of course in a complete tizzy, as their symbol of racist pride isn’t racist to them, it’s just who they are. The fact that it happens to be the symbol of racist pride, making them racists, has them calling anyone who is attacking what their beloved flag stands for a racist…somehow.

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That’s an awful lot of “racist” for one sentence, so let me go ahead and break it down so the Teabillies of the south can understand:

The confederate flag isn’t a symbol of your heritage, it’s a symbol of your hate. It’s a way for you to remember that your ancestors rebelled against the government in support of the enslavement of an entire race. It’s a reminder that a million Americans died because the bigots who created your gene pool thought they were superior to black people, a trait they passed down with ease.

For those who say burning a flag is disrespectful, and that by doing so you’re smearing the memory of those who died defending their country as patriots, I say good. Smear it. I’m tired of hearing about how southerners were simply fighting the war they were presented with and that they were patriots supporting their individual states’ rights. The people who think those who fought proudly on the side of treason should be commended and glorified are the same people who refer to the Civil War as “the War of Northern Aggression.”

It’s time we all pitched in and donated so these idiots can buy a clue. The confederate flag deserves no respect. It’s not a standard of the United States of America. The fact that it flies over South Carolina is an insult to the memories of not only the nine people murdered there last Wednesday but the thousands who have died cruelly there both in the bonds of slavery and at the hands of racists like the Klan.

It’s for these reasons and many more  that I will be participating in the Facebook event “Burn The Confederate Flag” on Saturday, June 27. I will not purchase the vile instrument of racism and hate, I will print one instead. I will video it going up in flames and I will upload it to Facebook with the hashtag #ConfederateKindling.

The racists are already all over the event page, calling people intent on burning a piece of paper  racists. I just will never understand how that one works. Are we racist against white people because we refuse to support a symbol of slavery and oppression? Really it just makes no sense.

If burning a rag that stands for insurrection, treason, hate, racism and slavery makes me a racist, then sign me up.

Sign up for the event on Facebook HERE.


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245 Comments

  • Rick Derris says:

    I’m torn by this. I would nothing more than to burn that flag.

    Problem is, I have to buy one first.

    • Jae says:

      the author of the article is printing one off the computer if I understand correctly.

      • Rick Derris says:

        Sounds good. I’d still like to burn a cloth one, though.

        • Leslie.Lannister says:

          somehow it would lack the satisfaction merely burning a piece of paper. But I agree I would not want to purchase one for any reason. But the symbolism is nice. I do hope many existing, purchased flags will be burned. I kinda doubt most people who would want to burn the flag have one lying around though.

          • Chris Scott B says:

            You are a follower of idiots… You want to do what?? Burn a flag, well I’m not a lawyer but I think that’s hate ain’t it… Sooo what’s the difference then??

          • RAS says:

            This is not an official flag. In fact, if you study history, this version we see today was never an official flag. It is a symbol of racism and hate, and it has no place in official government locations..

          • Skip Burroughs says:

            Oh the moaning and groaning of “it’s not official”. You guys are forever looking for something to gripe about. Please don’t breed. Do us all a favor and remain single for the rest of your life.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            No way. We’re going to outbreed you for the sake of the country & humanity in general.

          • Rick Derris says:

            What’s wrong with hating a symbol of hate?

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            Yes, sweetie, it is hatred. hatred of racism & treason. Which is a good thing. See how that works?

        • Chris Scott B says:

          Dip stick your speaking of burning a flag?? Because of something that happened a long time ago that you think you know all about.. That’s hate … Pure and simple and makes you no better than anyone else

          • Leslie.Lannister says:

            *you’re*

          • Misty Corrales says:

            it is not the flag of the United States of America. It does not get the respect afforded to it.

            It is a flag of treason.

          • Skip Burroughs says:

            First of all you’re an idiot as it is definitely NOT the flag of treason. And the American flag flew over slavery for 110 years, this one for 4. Learning is a great thing, northerners don’t like doing it much though.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            a) It absolutely is treason, that’s how the war got started
            b) The American flag *ended* slavery
            Learning is a great thing; bigots don’t doing like it at all, though.

          • Kyle Princess Fox says:

            Well, we know about half the nation seceded over the issue of slavery and created their own failed nation. Why we would want to continue to “respect” a flag that represents the idea that owning slaves is “something worth fighting for” is beyond me. Not to mention since when are lawyers the go to profession when figuring out what hate is? What a weird thing to say.

          • Skip Burroughs says:

            1/7 of the nation seceded. These people were not fighting for slavery and it is EXTREMELY well documented that it wasn’t over slavery. AND they were outnumbered SEVEN to ONE yet still nearly defeated the north and WOULD HAVE defeated the north had it not been for Sherman committing war crimes against unarmed women, and children of both white and black families that weren’t fighting against them or even part of the army. His men raped and killed at will without regard to color; and burned farms, houses, cities, and churches. Then they proceed to pull up the railroads to ensure these innocent bystanders starved to death if possible.

          • Skip Burroughs says:

            It was far beyond unforgivable and it’s what that flag represents to us, that we WILL NEVER forget it.

          • Connie Chastain says:

            Indeed, Skip. And Sherman’s bummers shot pet dogs, killed livestock and threw the carcasses into wells and streams to contaminate the water and cause sickness in the civilian population at a time when there was no medicine because St. Aby Baby included medicine in the blockade. They stabled horses in church sanctuaries just for spite, and dug up fresh graves looking for valuables. Makes you proud to be an American, don’t it?

          • Connie Chastain says:

            The nation wasn’t “failed.” Its armies were defeated by a force that outnumbered them 2 to 1 — four to one, in some battles. If it was, the the US is a failed nation for its military defeat in Vietnam.
            The flag doesn’t represent owning slaves although you can conceptualize it that way if you own moral ambivalence goads you to.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            No matter how many times you try to pretend otherwise, “your” wrong.

      • Chris Scott B says:

        Yeah because they are cheap and broken.. Kind of like this posting

        • Jae says:

          Oh you poor poor man, someone is going to burn a flag that stands for hate and you hate that. Haters gonna hate I guess and I don’t care.

          • Mr.Conservative says:

            You should know Jae you’re one of the haters.

          • Rick Derris says:

            Your comment history shows a wonderful gallery of racist hate.

          • Skip Burroughs says:

            As does yours.

          • Rick Derris says:

            Sorry, but unlike you, I don’t use racial slurs.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            False analogy is false. Also, your semantics are as poor as your logic. Hating hate is not hatred.

          • Connie Chastain says:

            But neither appears to be as deficient as your knowledge of history.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            You wish. & that’s the saddest bit of all.

          • Skip Burroughs says:

            Make no mistake who the hate is being perpetrated by here, it’s you that speak of burning a flag that very much does not stand for hate anywhere except in your minds and the minds of racists. Neither of you are welcome to be near me.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            Make no mistake who is perpetrating the hate, here; it’s people who are stubbornly defending not just the symbol of, but the spirit of the racist hatred of the Civil War American South, & are lying to a fairly insane degree to pretend it’s the other way around. None of of WANTS to be anywhere near you, but we stupidly kept you in 1860.

          • Connie Chastain says:

            The racist hatred of the civil war South? How about the racist hatred of the pre-civil war north, which grew rich off slaves even after they abolished slavery and sold (didn’t free) their slaves? If they had really wanted to end slavery, all they had to do was QUIT BUYING THE COTTON. They didn’t. They got too rich off of it. That was why Lincoln had to sell the war to the north on “preserving the union” (which they interpreted to mean “keeping the cotton flowing northward unimpeded”). If he’d said he wanted volunteers to go south and free slaves, nobody would have volunteered. Read his proclamation calling for volunteers. Nary a word, nary a syllable, about slaves or slavery.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            “But he was doing it, too, Mommy!” Except that the North wasn’t as bad as the South, if only as proven by the Kansas Nebraska Act. Go ahead, tell me Bloody Kansas ALSO wasn’t about slavery & that the North was just as bad as the South

            The “call for volunteers” not mentioning slavery means far less than the Secession Documents & Cornerstone Speech definitely spelling it out.

    • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

      I think I know where one is in S. Carolina.

      • Chris Scott B says:

        I would love to see you try

        • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

          And what would you do if I, or anyone else, were to set this piece of trash on fire?

          • Sheik Yerbouti says:

            It’s arson, a felony. It will get you locked up if the owners don’t shoot first and let the Coyotes deal with you. Seriously though, let them fly the flag so we know who/where they are. Otherwise we invite stealth.

          • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

            Good point, it is a good idea that these douchebags identify themselves openly.
            Having grown up around tons of them, I am confident I can avoid getting shot. You just point over their shoulders and yell, “Holy crap, Daisy Duke!”

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            I didn’t think anyone was discussing attacking someone’s private property, but, rather, getting a flag & burning it.

          • Sheik Yerbouti says:

            Attacks on private property are exactly what’s happening though. People seem to think they have a “right” to tear a flag from someone’s house or vehicle and they simply do not. No matter how bad that flag makes little babies get all butt hurt, they still have no right to destroy it if it belongs to someone else. This should be a simple lesson, but it’s clearly not. I wonder if these same asssholes would be so quick to tear down a flag from Syria, Iraq or Libya? Probably not.

            Meanwhile, the US border is wide open and the Mexican flag is pouring in proudly as the Confederacy dies off.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            No, that’s an absolute lie. And you prove it with this post. First you say “it’s happening” & THEN you say “people SEEM to think they can” – even you know that it’s not going on & you’re already backpedaling about saying that it is. The only butthurt babies here are those whose racism has been put on notice.

          • Sheik Yerbouti says:

            Google it, people are tearing down flags. I care little if you trust me, I’m only showing my ascii.

    • Chris Scott B says:

      Why?? Because you hate it right??? Lol then what’s the difference between you and a guy who hates others then??? What’s the definition of hate then

      • Kyle Princess Fox says:

        You are using really sketchy logic. We don’t hate the flag. It’s not being burned because “we hate the flag.” It’s being burned because for to many Americans it’s a reminder of a time when their people were slaves. It’s a reminder people fought and died in order to keep them slaves. Were not doing it because we hate the flag, but because we care about others. The difference between us and “a guy who hates others” is standing against hate, isn’t hate, and no matter how much you try and make it so, it’s just not the case.

        • Ronald A Sewell says:

          However, Burning a Battle Flag (and that is what the stars and bars was) doesn’t mean you’re taking a stand against hate. Also, some proper history is required here.

          For example, do you know how many people in the south actually owned slaves? Anybody care to guess? Would you believe that slave owners were a minority in the South?

          Burning a flag is does nothing to take a stand against hate. It just shows hatred. A hatred of something that happened 150 years ago. Some of those states fly it because it’s a part of their history.

          And let’s not forget, ours isn’t the only country that has had slaves. Should we start burning those objects as well.

          There are better ways to take a stand against hatred. By burning the Confederate Flag, you are creating more hatred, not to mention more pollution

          • Charity says:

            Well said, Ronald.

          • Kyle Princess Fox says:

            Uh huh, uh huh, and do you know how many southerners were flat out racist at the time regardless of whether or not they owned slaves, and supported slave ownership whether or not they owned slaves. Burning your hate flag isn’t hate.

          • Ronald A Sewell says:

            So let me me get this straight, You want to burn a flag because you hate what it represents and yet that not hate? To quote a famous actor “That’s not logical”.

            As to those that supported slave ownership, how many in the north supported the idea? Racism back then was not just limited to the south.

          • Kyle Princess Fox says:

            Your inability to detect when an action is done out of hate and when something is being done to stop the spread of hate is your own logical short coming that you’ll have to deal with on your own, but not everyone fought Nazis out of hate for them, but out of love for the human race. I don’t let hate motivate my decisions to the best of my ability, because hate breeds more hate. I don’t hate what it represents. I love people who are hurt by it, and that’s why I stand against it.

            No racism wasn’t limited to the south, of course not, but the confederate flag is. It was a war fought using racial fear mongering on the part of the south who was flying the flag.

          • Ronald A Sewell says:

            Oh no, I know a action to stop the spread of hate Kyle, What you fail to grasp is that this action doesn’t accomplish that. In the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, you don’t stop hate with hate.

            Burning a flag does nothing to stop the spread of hate. Symbolic and/or otherwise. By burning something that many people in the south view as part of their history, you more than aggravate the situation.

            Removing the battle flag from state grounds should happen and needs to happen. And thankfully is happening. What we saw in SC after the incident happened is the way you combat hate. By standing together and showing love to one another.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            & taking down the flag.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            Wrong again. It’s astounding how many times this needs to be explained: hating hatred is not hatred.

          • Skip Burroughs says:

            Uh huh, uh huh, and do you know how unintelligent you sound with this drivel? You sound exactly like the hate mongering bigot that you are.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            Only in what passes for the minds of hate-mongering bigots, so,we’re not worried.

          • Connie Chastain says:

            Ditto the north. That’s why they ended slavery in their states and sold their slaves — to eliminate or greatly reduce their black populations. Ditto keeping slavery from “expanding into the territories.” Read some of the debates … they wanted to keep FREE BLACKS out of the territories. Some of those midwestern states had it written into their flippin’ CONSTITUTIONS that free blacks could not permanently reside there. And “sundown towns” didn’t exist just in the South. Moreover, are you aware of how many race riots have occurred in cities outside the South. You are selectively blind, my dear. Probably because you doubt your own moral authority in this ares.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            You have us on the pollution thing, but you are wrong else-wise. We would be burning a symbol of racism that still exists today, and sending a message that we do not tolerate those ideas. The only “hatred” we would be “creating” would be the hatred of bigots who hate to be challenged. Big deal.

          • Connie Chastain says:

            The majority of Americans do not see the Confederate flag as a symbol of racism. Sorry.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            Yeah, they do. Step outside the bubble.

        • rafael polanco says:

          How about the other side tha who love the flag respet

        • Connie Chastain says:

          Did you know that according to a Pew Research poll in 2011, more blacks are indifferent to the flag than are offended by it?

          Percentage of blacks who view the Confederate flag neutrally — 45%
          Percentage of blacks who view the Confederate flag negatively — 41%

          A lot of white liberals project their own views off onto blacks without the slightest effort to confirm it.

      • Rick Derris says:

        I’m sorry Chris, but if you’re going to want a proper response, you have to respond like a man with an IQ above that of soup. You seem to be able to write words, but can you make them into coherent sentences?

      • Charity says:

        Chris and Ronald are right. There are better and more grown up ways of handling this. Flag burning parties are nothing more than hate breeding hate and a bunch of people acting like ignorant animals.

      • Cpt_Justice says:

        Simple reflexiveness for simple minds. But hating hatred is not hatred itself. No matter how hard you want to insist it is.

    • Sheik Yerbouti says:

      Printing one seems kind of pitiful though doesn’t it? Really though, it’s a simple design that could be had easily with a bedsheet, masking tape and a bunch of cardboard stars. Just lay the sheet flat (on a conservative neighbor’s driveway at night), tape the lines where you want white and spray it with red paint. In then just arrange the stars and spray blue paint (while protecting the red parts with cardboard triangles). If you use an air conditioner box you’d have a durable template to make dozens of these.

      I have some experience with making flags for burning. Cloth is way better than paper. And using spray paint makes it even more dramatic (especially of you do both sides). If I see anyone burning an A4 flag, I’m going to shake my damnned head. At least print it on both sides and get a decent stick if you MUST use a kiddie flag. Tsk tsk

      • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

        Well, you could set a Southern redneck’s shack on fire. You would be certain to get two or three that way!

        • Sheik Yerbouti says:

          It’s psychotic to actually want to murder people for just being disagreeable or even racist. Does your plan include their children and pets? Seek therapy.

          • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

            I didn’t say anything about murdering anyone. I said burn down their shack. I would wait until they were off collecting their welfare check from the government they hate so much.

          • Connie Chastain says:

            Better check the demographics of welfare recipients in the South…you might burn the wrong shack, ya know?

          • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

            I think the confederate rag hangin’ on the porch would be all the indication I needed, but thanks for the advice.

        • Cpt_Justice says:

          Not funny in the slightest. This is just as bad as that slimebag who wanted to shoot someone for burning the treason rag.

          • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

            I should have qualified by saying set their shack on fire while they were at Walmart.

          • Connie Chastain says:

            And people wonder why we still want to secede from the vile, hating north.

          • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

            Well, since I’m from Texas, your point is moot. But, I agree that losing the southeastern states would be no great loss to the U.S.
            Plus, you would be back the minute you needed federal bailout money after a hurricane.

      • Cpt_Justice says:

        Bedsheets. How very fitting.

    • Cpt_Justice says:

      You can always paint one on paper or cardboard.

  • Chris Scott B says:

    You all need to learn to read books… Like the ones you slept on in school
    . that’s if you ever even attended.

    Your speaking of hate right now, its no different and it doesn’t matter the color.. Let an old dog lay people,we have enough going on already in our country

    • RAS says:

      To let the old dog, this so-called Confederate flag, lie, would not be a problem if it were not being used on a regular basis as a symbol of racism and if it were not being flown over government buildings!

      • Connie Chastain says:

        The US flag is also used on a regular basis as a symbol of racism, so you’d better burn it, too. And no Confederate flag flies over government buildings as a flag of sovereignty, only as historical relics in a few places. The one in Columbia SC doesn’t fly over government buildings.

        • RAS says:

          Historical relics of what!?? Slavery? Racism? Stop trying to deflect and acknowledge that this was never any official flag so the only “historical” aspect it has is that it was adopted by the KKK and has become a consistent symbol of racist thinking.

        • Cpt_Justice says:

          Oh, really? Where is the US flag used as a symbol of racism? By people who use the Southern flag more often than not? And if the flag doesn’t fly over government buildings, how is it that the government can take them down, & is? “Historic relics in a few places.” Right.

    • Rick Derris says:

      In other words, you support the racist flag.

  • J.L. Benet says:

    The Stars and Bars is a completely different flag from the Rebel Flag.

  • pixeloid says:

    It’s the Anerican version of the swastika.

    • Connie Chastain says:

      Sorry, no. Not unless six million people were gassed and cremated in the Confederacy. The concentration camps in this country flew the U.S. flag, where Japanese Americans were imprisoned during WWII, and those concentration camps artfully called “reservations” where American Indians were imprisoned in conditions worse than plantation slavery. That means the U.S. flag is the American swastika, doesn’t it?

      • Freddie DC says:

        I get what you’re saying but I don’t care for the rhetoric. To say that one was not as bad as the other is a falsity. The holocaust was horrible as were concentration camps and the attempted genocide of Native Americans. But please, DO NOT downplay the suffrage of slaves as third tier just because they were on a plantation. It not like those people enjoyed the luxuries of those plantations.

        • ahughes798 says:

          America has practiced genocide many, many times. This is our Holocaust..the slave trade, the near eradication/eradication of some tribes of Native Americans….

        • Sheik Yerbouti says:

          Both were slavery. The concentration camps were in place for slave labor AND extermination. At first by simply working and starving them to death slowly. Later the bulk process killing would develop.

          In the US slaves were valuable, worth far more than horses or cows. They were not starved to death in fields and many lived far longer than the average 7 months for concentration camp victims.

          I only say this because trying to say one was worse than the other is a trite argument. Both were horrific in their own ways. Just because Americans slaves lived a lot longer doesn’t mean they didn’t suffer. The psychological side of it alone was stretched out for what must have seemed like an eternity.

      • pixeloid says:

        Well, let’s see. Millions of slaves died during transport to the US and many more soon after their arrival. Then there were an unknown number beaten, tortured, and murdered for not being “good” slaves. The remaining millions simply died as slaves, often worked to death. Gas chambers could be considered merciful when compared to slavery.
        Oh, and BTW, your argument of “other people did bad things too” doesn’t excuse anything. Yes, the entire US is guilty of mass genocide of the native Americans, but that doesn’t excuse the atrocity of slavery. The North eventually came to their senses and abolished slavery, but it took a bloody civil war to finally stop the practice in the treasonous confederacy.

        • Cpt_Justice says:

          (The Nazis also worked people to death, but I’m not saying this to contradict you, but, rather, draw a closer analogy)

      • Cpt_Justice says:

        How many millions were enslaved, raped, worked to death, beaten to death…? How many died just on the way over here, to be tossed overboard like trash?

        And no, the Japanese camps & Indian Reservations were (& ARE) NOT “worse” than plantation slavery.

        All the lies you tell yourself so you don;t ave to feel guilty are just that: LIES.

        • Connie Chastain says:

          “How many millions were enslaved, raped, worked to death, beaten to
          death…? How many died just on the way over here, to be tossed
          overboard like trash?”

          The subject is the Confederate flag, which means we are talking about what happened in the Confederate states between 1861 and 1865. The slave trade was long over by then. Most slaves in the south were not raped, worked to death or beaten to death. (Slaves in the Caribbean were worked to death, but that wasn’t the South and certainly not the Confederacy.) You’re the one who’s lying.

          Yes, the Indian reservations WERE worse than plantation slavery. I didn’t say the Japanese internment was worse than plantation slavery; only that those were real concentration camps. So you’re lying again.

          It appears your whole agenda makes you a liar. Either that, or you can’t comprehend what you read.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            No, the subject is the flag that EMBODIES THOSE ETHICS. It’s cowardly & pathetic to pretend anything else. I am not even going to bother trying to dignify any of your other false minutiae with refutation; YOU are the one who is a SAD liar, & I pity you.

  • RAS says:

    And here is the reality…

  • Strangelove says:

    Not a single Confederate flag flew on the slave ships (built in NY). That was Old Glory. But I guess ignorance is fine as long as you’re a moonbatshitcrazy insane liberal who hates the right people.

    • Jerry Baker says:

      Since the end of the international slave trade ended well before the Civil War, it guess you got a point. Sort of.

    • bencassel says:

      Both of those quotes are unverified and appear in popular books (as opposed to researched history books) and appear without source citations.

      Early in his career, Johnson did use the “n” word, as did most people who came from the part of country that he did. He also fought for and eventually signed the most significant civil rights legislation in the nation’s history, and appointed to the Supreme Court — not just the first African-American Associate Justice, but the most prominent civil rights judge of his day.

      The CSA remains the only country that during its entire history was at war with the United States.

    • Cpt_Justice says:

      Thanks for letting us know you can’t get by without lying or name-calling.

  • Arakiba says:

    I’ll bring my lighter.

  • BigCountry602 says:

    I saw an ironic license plate on a truck one time. It was a confederate flag with the slogan, “Heritage, Not Hate!”. I used that moment to teach my child a little bit about the history of that flag. I also explained how there was some truth in the statement when the comma is removed and “Not” is replaced with “of”.

    Ya gotta take advantage of life’s teachable moments.

  • wingr47 says:

    That flag in SC cannot be lowered. There’s no rope, no pulleys. It’s attached to the pole. WHY? The state fears it will be stolen. No chit! It’s true. Look up, “S.C. legislation of Con flag”.

  • Howard West says:

    It so surprising that No one has blamed President Barack Hussein for the Confederate flag! Yet! It’s coming though as they blame everything on Our first Commander and Chief! Just wait and see!

  • Michael Lindholm says:

    Seeing as it was the SOUTH who fired the first shots of the civil war (attacking Fort Sumter, SC), I’d say it was a “war of SOUTHERN Aggression.”

  • Tim Muckler says:

    I encourage people to bring their grills to the picnic area of the Jefferson Davis Birthplace State Memorial Park in southern Kentucky and lets burn some flags next Saturday!!!

  • Larry J Dunster Sr says:

    The civil war did not start because of slavery.We were well into the war before congress convinced Lincoln to add freeing of the slaves to the mix.Most of you are products of the rewriting of history by the liberals.

    • Jerry Baker says:

      And you are the product of your family’s tradition of passing stupidity from one generation to the next.
      The South seceded because they wanted to preserve slavery. Simple and plain. Like your IQ. What Lincoln’s motives were is irrelevant.
      It’s not rewriting history. It’s just the historical record. Deal with it.

      • Larry J Dunster Sr says:

        If you are that stupid that you don’t know the history behind the civil war,I’m not going to waste time with you.You are a product of liberal democrate lies and would know the truth if it bit you.By the way I was born in the North but am Southerner by choice and my family owned no slaves but I did study history and you sir are ignorant

        • Jerry Baker says:

          What part of the historical record can you not understand? Try typing these simple words into your search engine: Confederate states articles of secession.
          You will quickly find your notions of the civil war not starting because of slavery to be proven false rather quickly. Those are primary source documents. They speak for themselves. You can’t argue with them.
          But you won’t waste time with it because you already know you are wrong and can’t defend yourself like the typical rightist internet coward you are. You end the discussion and continue being a blissfully ignorant Fox News viewer. You can’t defend something that has been proven false for decades. You haven’t studied a thing.
          Reading one book by Shelby Foote doesn’t make you a Civil War scholar. Like other mental pygmies like yourself, you have chosen to inject your backward 21st century political views into the discussion.

        • Jerry Baker says:

          Reading one book by Shelby Foote does not make one a Civil War scholar.
          I can end this discussion with one suggestion:
          Use your favorite search engine and type: “Confederate articles of secession”.
          End of discussion.
          You have framed your entire pathetic argument around 21st century politics. You are not going to waste time with me because you know you are intellectually outmatched, and like a typical right-wing coward, you are going to run away when confronted with facts.

        • Cpt_Justice says:

          If you studied history, why don’t you know any? Start with the Kansas-Nebraska Act & then get back to us.

    • Cpt_Justice says:

      Your leaders said otherwise, in both the Secession Documents & the Cornerstone Speech. The re-writing was done by the racists in the south.

  • Isaac Shelby Baker says:

    Come burn mine…

  • Brandon Johnson says:

    Bunch of idiots you gonna burn it off my stomach to good luck doin this In a southern state

  • Brandon Johnson says:

    Bunch of idiots you gonna burn it off my stomach to

    • Rick Derris says:

      Well if you’re offering.

      I’ll bring the gasoline.

      • Brandon Johnson says:

        Your more than welcome to try you wouldn’t be the first to fail

        • Rick Derris says:

          People have tried to set you on fire before?

          Wow. People must really hate you.

          • Brandon Johnson says:

            Fire and knives it’s people like you that are the reason I tattooed the flag on my stomach it’s not just for pride it’s also because I know just the sight of it pisses yall off

          • Rick Derris says:

            It’s also because you’re a racist.

          • Brandon Johnson says:

            No I just like pissin people off I’m far from a racist I have pride in the confederacy and I find it funny how everyone gets butthurt everytime they see it

          • Rick Derris says:

            Yes, you have pride in the confederacy the same way that certain Germans have pride in the Nazis. They’re both racist hate groups, just a different flag.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            Having pride in the confederacy makes you a racist, yes. Oh, and a traitor. Enjoying the anger of people who hate racism & treason also makes you a racist & a traitor.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            So you like to promote hatred & anger. Now there’s a shock.

  • Stan Turner says:

    I don’t have one so I guess I’ll have to burn my neighbor’s…..again.

  • Tammie Valari Gearhart says:

    I’m a Democrat and mostly Liberal in my political leanings. With that said, ARE YOU CRAZY??? Why would we want to be as low and disrespectful of a part of our history? Yes, it represents an awful, shameful time in our Nation’s history. Yes, it was used by the Klan. Yes, its time is past and it needs to be taken down and put away. If individual Americans wish to fly it from their houses, and show the world that they are racists, that is their right, as American Citizens. Yes, it needs to be taken down from all Government buildings. But, burning it is wrong. It’s disrespectful. All you are doing is stirring a pot that is already threatening to boil over. Please, think about what you are saying before you post/publish what is a hateful, incendiary, and frankly stupid article.

  • Giraffemom says:

    Let’s get beyond all the heritage, slavery, states rights, etc. crap and go the the heart of the issue. People fly the Confederate flag to honor the nation and men who killed 590,000 United States of America soldiers. Traitors, each and every one.

    • Mr.Conservative says:

      First we fly the flag because it represents five years of southern history. Yes we do honor the boys in gray as much as you do the boys in blue. All those fathers, sons, husbands and brothers stopped being fathers, sons, husbands and brothers and became the enemy. As for the 590,000 I am proud and honor the killers of that many Yankees (to bad your ancestor wasn’t one of the 590,000). But the south killed a lot more than that you have to look at all the Yankee bastards that also died for each one of those 590,000 we killed every child he would father. I hate to hurt your feelings but no one gives a damn what you care about. That war is over but I do wish we could do it again ( maybe you would have the balls to play). I do like your name (giraffemom) but think you would get more likes if you would change it to bluetic koondog.

      • Giraffemom says:

        Born in the deep South 69 years ago. Lived my entire life in either Arkansas or Tennessee. My first and only loyalty is to my country, the United States of America. Your stated desire to re-fight the war makes you a traitor. Pure and simple.

      • Cpt_Justice says:

        I’d be dead embarrassed if I had treasonous antecedents, much less slave-owning ones. & the rest of your post is exactly why your flag needs to be burnt.

  • Danny Cooper says:

    Lot of idiots in this.. if the flag was about racism why would they allow african americans to fight on their side. Not as slaves… my father took a photo with a older black gentlemen walking through his area of business, the gentleman was dressed in old Confederate soldier gear and was even carrying the flag with him..i dont hate anyone of any color…i like both american and confederate flag… and i am not the only one…who is holding onto their hate?
    Burning a flag does nothing for the victims of the shooting, wish the incident had never happened but it did..it wont bring them back , only will serve to stir up another incident..

    to the Victims and families of the victims, prayers are with you.

    • dman says:

      Actually, the Confederates were worse than racists. They treated human beings like a piece of property (I was going to say animals, but they actually treated the animals better), in order to make a profit. And, like it or not, the Confederate flag is a symbol of that, just like the swastika is a symbol of pure evil.

    • Simon Saez says:

      So you’re saying that the slaves attained freedom by being drafted (i.e. forced) into the military to fight the Civil War? Please explain how forced labor (which is what the draft is) constitutes freedom from slavery.

    • Cpt_Justice says:

      Yes, there are lots of idiots in this. Not sure why that guy was dressed that way, as there is no record of any black being freed to fight for the Confederacy, & no record of even the slaves impressed into working for the Confederacy being given guns.

      If burning the Confederate Flag makes another person start shooting more black people,that will only prove why the flag needs to be stamped out. But thanks for confessing that.

  • Ricardo Rebelo says:

    Funny how you support burning both flags! Maybe you would like ISIS flag, no?

  • Hoshell Debrunskie says:

    Remember, all slave owners and people employed by slave owners were pedophiles and rapists. Some were also murderers.

  • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

    Uh huh. I’ll just bet. 😉

  • EddieL says:

    That’s not the stars and bars. This is.

  • can we burn the U.S. corporate/fascist/war flag as well? IsraHELL flag too? you stupid statist slaves… will always be slaves to all forms of FALSE authority. get a life!

  • anti-republican says:

    Wow. Those advocating the burning of the confederate battle flag are missing a chance to do something really significant next Saturday instead of just a token gesture that will change the country for the better and even tackle the problem of racist ideas still rattling around in white Southerners’ and Northern racist sympathizers’ heads.

    While I will burn every confederate battle flag I see next Saturday and every other day because they are a racist KKK symbol of people like Dylann Roof, doing so will not affect any real or significant positive change for America.

    I still cannot believe that out of so many comments from good anti-racist posters, not one of them saw the obvious futility of confederate flag burning in really doing something constructive.

    The obvious actions necessary next Saturday are to do as follows, which will erase the blight of racism from our country once and for all.

    Firstly, a time should be set next Saturday the 27th–say Noon, EST.

    Then, a proclamation needs to be sent out by our right minded leaders across the country, overtly or covertly, that every American has until that time next Saturday to do two thngs if they are racists: renounce racism in all forms (and therefore promising to live from then on according to our national creed that all men are created equal) And burn or otherwise destroy all of their racist paraphenalia.

    This would set a time and date when we can solve this national problem that has been vexing and inbreeding within our country since 1865, when our govenment dropped the ball and only solved a small part of the problem
    with winning the Civil War.

    Then, after noon on Saturday, if all racists have not repented in the USA, you don’t just start burning their racist flags, which does nothing real or lasting to solve the problem we are trying to solve, you become what is needed–anti-Dylann Roofs–and round up all of the still unrepentant racists and burn them at the stake, along with their flags.

    People could start by using the SPLC website to identify racist hate groups and then round up and burn their remaining stalwart racist members, then move on to people flying the confederate battle flag, having it on license plates, tattoos, etc.

    What would exist after this would be the America us real Americans want and deserve, a country at long last free of racist haters.

    This would complete the unfinished business we left after the Civil War, which, in hindsight needed to be done back then which would have prevented segregation, Jim Crow, voter ID laws, and Dylann Roofs and their sympathizers amongst us.

    What do you all say patriots! Are we going to do something next weekend to really solve the problem or are we just going to burn some hateful flags? Let’s burn the hateful racist worthless scum as well! Whomever is heading this campaign needs to expand it as noted for a final solution to racists in America: Dylann Roof’s actions this week show we can no longer tolerate one racist in this country that can then teach others or their children to be racists.

    Remember when rounding up these racists for burning at the stake that all republicans aren’t racist, but all republcans. And look into all of those republican presidential candidates that are nuetral or opposed to removing the SC confederate battle flag from the state capitol grounds. They are racists obviously. You can’t be on the fence on racism–either you are or you are not.

    Of course, let any racists flee to Argentina or such like the Nazi’s did if they don’t want to burn on the stake here to quench by fire their racism.

    Let’s really do something wonderful and effective as noted next Saturday to end racism here once and for all!

  • [email protected] says:

    The Confederate flag is a symbol of oppression to blacks. For too long it has been a symbol of false pride by “white trash” Southerners who can’t accept the fact that the south was WRONG and they LOST the war. The twenty year old rebel hot heads who fired on a Union ship in Charleston Harbor and started the blood bath that became the Civil War should not be honored, they should be called TERRORISTS! I am a native southerner and some of my ancestors died fighting for the South, but they were wrong by thinking they were fighting for a noble cause. It was not a noble cause. Slavery was evil and represents the darkest period of US History. We need a law that forbids flying that damn flag.

  • Rick Derris says:

    Don’t you mean “shoot”, not “shot”.

    You’re saying that you’d kill someone over an inanimate object. Congratulations, you’re just like the Islamic terrorists that kill over pictures of Mohammad!

    • Mr.Conservative says:

      Aren’t you saying that you hate that inanimate object as much as I am proud of that inanimate object. you feel one way about the flag and I feel another. I guess I feel a little stronger than you do. The answer to your question is “YES” in a heart beat.

      • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

        And if you did manage to get that shot off, you would be somebody’s bltch in prison for the rest of your life.
        You would probably like that.

        • Mr.Conservative says:

          There is “NO” if’s or “Maybe’s” I would. You really think anyone would give a damn about you? You’re just a useless liberal you would even make good dog food.

          • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

            First of all you typical example of Southern White Trash, it is “There ARE no ifs or maybes.”
            And I grew up surrounded by inbred dǔmbfǔcks like you. You know what set me apart? I larned tuh reed. The-un, I larned to thank about whut I dun reeded. Then, I put that place in my rear-view mirror.
            So, spare me your endless stream of BS, I step around piles of crap like you every day on my way to work.

          • Skip Burroughs says:

            You grew up surrounded by inbreds? Married your sister like a good yankee I guess. We don’t do that here but we won’t hold it against you. We know you northerners aren’t too bright and women are hard to come by when you’re a northern bigot.

          • Rick Derris says:

            You’re a southern bigot.

            “Your country is in a mess due to all the rag*eads you let in. Don’t blame that on the police.”-Skip Burroughs

          • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

            This punk has a serious case of, “I think I’m clever.”
            It really makes him an easy target, doesn’t it?

          • TVK777 says:

            If you’re going to insult someone, at least have the decency to do it directly. This post makes you seem like that one bully in high school that says, “Hey everyone, this little nerd thinks he can beat me.” while you turn your back to him and face your “supporters.”

          • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

            Well, sport, if you look deeper, you will see I took plenty of direct shots at this knucklehead.

          • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

            I’m from Texas, sh:thead, which is something you wouldn’t understand.
            And your failed attempt to use satire against satire is just that, a complete failure.
            So, skip along home, now.

          • TVK777 says:

            You think that we should get rid of a flag because it represents hatred and inequality, yet here you are spewing shït and declaring yourself superior to an entire group of people. I’ve seen less hypocrisy from the Communist party

          • Rick Derris says:

            He is superior to racist idiots. Nothing wrong with saying so.

          • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

            Well, since I never supported the symbols of treason or slavery, I think I can safely take the high ground on this one.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            Yeah, because declaring yourself superior to people who threaten murder over a flag is totally the same as declaring yourself superior to people because they are a different color than you, as happened 150 years ago (as oper the Secession Documents)

      • Rick Derris says:

        Of course you’d kill over an inanimate object. You’re just like ISIS.

      • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

        I have to ask.

        Exactly what are you proud of when you see what you all mistakenly think is the Confederate flag?

        Proud of that 160 year old asswhuppin’ the Union put on the South?
        Proud of the persistent poverty that swamps the majority of the South?
        How ’bout them thar Jim Crow laws! Proud of that shining example of moral fǔcktitude, are ya?

        Proud of all them younguns you and your sister done produced?

        You know why you are all so proud to be associated with the saddest period of American history ever?
        It’s because, compared to the sad state of your lives now, them wuz good times.

        • Skip Burroughs says:

          How about the fight against them thar ^ bigots? That comes to mind quite often. 150 years later and you still can’t leave us alone.

          • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

            That is because after 150 years some of you still haven’t learned anything.

          • Cpt_Justice says:

            We beat the bigots 150 years ago. Why we let them pretend we didn’t was one of our bigger mistakes.

      • Cpt_Justice says:

        Proving that racists are all murderers at heart.

    • Skip Burroughs says:

      And you encourage people to burn flags that represent peoples families service in a war? Yeah that makes you SO much better.

      • Rick Derris says:

        By that logic, burning the flag of ISIS would be bad.

        You’re saying that burning a flag would be as bad as shooting a person. That’s pretty sick, man.

        Given your comment history of using racial slurs, you’re only proving those of us right who say that the flag is a symbol of white supremacy.

      • Artist in Resonance says:

        If you’re a FREEDOM loving PATRIOT, pass the marshmallows.

        The participants described the American Civil War as “a rich man’s war but a poor man’s fight.” There is a world of difference between honoring selfless acts of valor and the symbols of a cause in which brave men misplaced their loyalties. Courage is a virtue. Denying people freedom and dignity is not. Those who deny the war wasn’t about slavery have only to read the Confederacy’s founding documents and eat a reality sandwich.

        How those romanticizing the Confederacy manage to wallow in pridefulness after their cause has feasted both on the stolen blood of slaves and the wasted blood of men who fought against the dignity God bestowed on all humanity is doubly miserable of them. They can be glad their ignorance is forgivable.

        If you’re a FREEDOM loving PATRIOT, pass the marshmallows.

      • Cpt_Justice says:

        No,we encourage people to burn flags that represent treason & racism. Which you knew before you posted.

    • TVK777 says:

      So if I were to burn a bible…

  • red_dragon_hawk says:

    Not every southerner has one…but every racist does

  • jjazznola says:

    Burning it is dumb. Just ban it and be done with it.

  • Meat Eater says:

    Trying very hard to remember if a single slave was ever transported in a ship with a confederate flag… nope. All were transported under other flags, many flew the American Flag. And you do know that Lincoln only freed the slaves south of the Mason-‘Dixon line?

    • Cpt_Justice says:

      The only thing more disgusting than pretending that *transportation* is the problem is ignoring the words of your own leaders on the subject. And as far as the US flag goes, it was that flag that flew over the 13th & 15th Amendments.

  • Tim Ogle says:

    This discussion is crazy, for those that want to speak please read and study your history books. The war was NOT about slavery period. It was about a lifestyle. Nothing to do with slavery. It was about one part of our nation trying to force the other part into living the way they did. Just as many northern folks now move to the south because it’s so nice and the people are so much more friendly (their words not mine) but then they want to change things saying this is the way we done it up there and it’s better. The slavery card needs to disappear there are no longer anyone whom was enslaved nor anyone whom enslaved others.
    Just because a person is black does not mean they were affected by slavery no more than just because a person is white means they were the causes of slavery. I have never been enslaved nor have I nor anyone I know ever been the owners and or holders of slaves. We cannot (no matter our color) be held responsible for things that happened 150 years ago. That would be our Great Great Grandparents and I for one had no control over what actions they took or the things they done.
    Also contrary to popular belief there were THOUSANDS or possibly 10’s of THOUSANDS of people who fought in the Civil War for the south that had never nor had their families ever held slaves and in fact did not believe in slavery.
    So please read you history before making comments about it.
    And slavery is no more, it no longer affects out lives. LET IT GO.
    There are far more important matter facing out country today. Let’s work on then TOGETHER.

  • Concerned Vegas Citizen says:

    Wow, another backwoods liberal who has no idea about what a history book is used for. Might want to actually visit a library (they do not use filters to taint the history) and find out what occurred to start the war and why the North did not free their slaves till after the war. (Yes, Lincoln only declared the slaves in the South free, not the ones ones in the North till the 13 Amendment was passed after the war.)

    You do know how to read, don’t ya Bubba?

    • Cpt_Justice says:

      Do you mean the history books that contain “Bloody Kansas”, the
      Cornerstone Speech & the Secession Documents? How about the ones
      that contain the Constitution, with the 13th & the 15th Amendments
      that were passed under the Stars & Stripes?

      Y’all better keep your accusations of ignorance & illiteracy to yourself.

      • Concerned Vegas Citizen says:

        You do realize the 13th and 15th amendments were ratified after the Civil War? and you have heard of the Corwin Amendment?

        Your ignorance and illiteracy is showing again, Bubba.

  • ScripsitVeritas says:

    What a “RACIST”, “IGNORANT”, “HATEFUL”, inaccurate article/posting! I’m a northerner, not a racist and I love history. The battle flag represents part of the American saga, which ultimately settled long outstanding Constitutional questions but also represented bravery and valor. Just ask many Union CW veterans.
    Your facts are quite distorted. Slavery was legalized, maintained and countenanced under the U.S. Flag. The KKK flew more U.S. flags as they marched, then battle flags. Racism exists and existed in all the states; just study your history. Post CW northern states enacted laws to prohibit blacks from working in their cities. I am tired of all this divisive political rhetoric, using an historical flag as a whipping boy. I guess we should shelve the 13 star flag, since under it’s auspices, slavery was codified.

  • ScripsitVeritas says:

    Your history is incorrect. Indians were enslaved by the Spanish in the Americas before the importation of African slaves. In the Colonies under English rule, indentured servitude preceded slavery (mostly white). The first slave owner in Virginia was a black man in the 1600’s by court decree. Northern shipping companies profited greatly in the purchase and transport of slaves until it was ended by the Constitution. No slaves were imported under the “Battle Flag” of the Confederate army.

    • Sheik Yerbouti says:

      Too many try to compress history into a few snappy slogans and it distorts so much of the reality. A good part of the history was about cooperation as well. The Spanish fought shoulder to shoulder with native nations to defeat others who were practicing not only slavery but also blood sacrifices and cannibalism. It took centuries, but eventually, thanks to the influence of Europeans, slavery was eventually driven out of the Americans entirely.

      Another thing to consider is that the fledgling US inherited slavery from English rule and worked to end it from the beginning. The US had less than 80 years of slavery and a substantial number of white Americans died to bring about its ending.

      It’s a shame, but the new nation couldn’t just flip a switch and end it without causing economic chaos and more internal strife. Especially with all the wars that started up almost immediately after the British left. The US had very little peace in the first century of existence, so sweeping policy changes were not going to happen. Somehow all of this seems to slip through the cracks.

  • John says:

    Hey Charles how many blacks live in your state? Funny how you pro-diversity types live in the Whitest areas of the country. Why don’t you come down South and try burning the flag you chicken.

    • Cpt_Justice says:

      Funny how this pro-diversity Liberal lives right near DC in one of the most diverse areas I’ve ever seen. And I am below the Mason Dixon line & I’ll burn any treason rag I get my hands on.

  • Dana says:

    I’m a Southerner (transplanted to Ohio) and I approve this message. I want a real heritage, not a bunch of KKK talking points.

    The irony is that they keep saying we don’t need anti-racism activism because racism’s over and we have a totally merit-based society now. How do we know this? Well, we don’t have any blatantly racist killings anymore. Generations of white kids grew up hearing this crap. Is it any wonder they’re angry now that that whole party line has been proven to be the lie it is?

    Quit TALKING about racism being over, Old White Murica, and MAKE IT HAPPEN.

  • Chris Tesseneer says:

    Too bad there were blacks that fought for the confederacy as well, then maybe the Confederate flag could in fact be considered a racist symbol. So that being said I’ll just sit back and watch as all the ignorance pours in.

    • Cpt_Justice says:

      Too bad that no black person was ever free to choose to WORK for the Confederacy, which was all they did, being forced to do so by their masters. NONE EVER FOUGHT; they were NOT given GUNS, for OBVIOUS reasons. If you want to WATCH the ignorance pour in, get a mirror.

  • Glenn Green says:

    I have lived and worked on Indian Reservations my entire adult life. I have many native American friends who feel the United States flag represents the flag of conquest, racism and hate. I currently live near the Mescalero Apache reservation and their ancestors were tortured raped and killed by the African American soldiers (Buffalo soldiers) of the 10th cavalry. These were innocent women and children murdered in the most horrible ways. They say the flag hurts their soul when they see it. When I ask them should the flag be removed from the government offices that fill their reservations the answer is always the same “NO = the American stars and stripes represents something different to every individual and they would never impose their viewpoint in removing a symbol that is sacred to so many people just because they are offended by it” This is called tolerance. I am one of the 70 million American descendants of Confederate soldiers whose flag stood only for the Quest of Liberty as specified in our primary founding document the Declaration of Independence. To many of us the Confederate Battle Flag is the most sacred and venerated symbol in America and is second only to the Cross of Christ. The CBF represents the Southerners perpetual battle for true Liberty not just 1861 to 1865 but forever. How about showing some tolerance and understanding and leaving us alone and not imposing your revisionists history and hatred on us. The Confederate battle flag did not murder those innocent people in the church a deranged drugged madman killed them. The Confederate Battle Flag has nothing to do with the dire circumstances found in every Black neighborhood in America and throughout the world.

    • Cpt_Justice says:

      I’ve read your Secession Documents & the Cornerstone Speech; you’re the one trying to impose your revisionist history on us. Your comparison is flawed. And as far as the First Nations are concerned, the American Flag flies over AMERICAN GOVERNMENT OFFICES. NO ONE is insisting the Native Americans have to fly it anywhere in THEIR government offices.

  • WhiteRabbit says:

    Africa for africans!
    Asia for asians!
    White countries for everyone!
    Diversity means chasing down the last white person.
    It’s genocide.
    “Anti-racist is a codeword for anti-white.

  • Skip Burroughs says:

    I have a better idea. Why don’t you northern bigot griping and moaning jackwads stop buying land all over the south and moving here if it’s so bad. Every one of you is about to crap themselves to get away from the mess you’ve made of your own part of the country and move here to annoy us. So you stay there, as there doesn’t seem to be a problem with southerners moving north much, and we’ll stay here and mind our own business.

  • Skip Burroughs says:

    Since most of the blacks live in the south and are also poor … as most southerners are thanks to the north’s policies for over 100 years … and blacks outnumber whites by a fairly substantial margin in the south … Are you implying that blacks are welfare collecting asshats? Because it certainly appears that way. And you call us racists.

  • Tony F says:

    What a stupid hate-filled piece on a subject this “writer” knows absolutely nothing about.

  • Artist in Resonance says:

    Since flag burning is protected by Supreme Court decision as protected free speech, I don’t know where you think you’re coming from. I have myself risked life and limb in two (2) branches of the service and I say the Confederate one deserves to burn, Mr. mike.

  • WhiteRabbit says:

    Canada is 64% Racist and 36% Diverse.
    Australia is 69% Racist and 31% Diverse.
    Europe is 82% Racist and 18% Diverse.
    The U.S. is 62% Racist and 38% Diverse.

    END RACISM NOW!!!
    WE NEED MORE DIVERSITY!!!

    – Anti-racist logic

    “Diversity” means chasing down the last white person.
    It’s White Genocide.
    “Anti-racist” is a codeword for anti-white.

  • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

    Wow, how did I miss this little gem?

    Too many jokes – head about to explode…

    Don’t try you? What are you going to do, you cottoncandyass bǔtt-sniffer? I mean really?

    You going to bore me some more with your iconic lack of wit?

    Jeez Louise, where in the fǔck do you people come from?

  • Brandon Johnson says:

    Long live the confederacy

    • Lincoln F. Sternn says:

      Well, considering the Confederacy has been dead for years, the only people who share that sentiment are like those losers hiding in South American jungles waiting for the Third Reich to reappear.

    • Cpt_Justice says:

      At least you are using your own name, so the FBI knows where to find you.

  • TVK777 says:

    Did you know that North Koreans are taught to hate outsiders, especially Americans? It’s ok for you to teach your kids to hate the confederate flag, so it’s ok for N. Koreans to teach their kids to hate the American flag, right?

    • Rick Derris says:

      Nice comparison. It’s like saying you support a war, so you must be like Hitler because he also supported war.

      What else can we do with this?

      Well, bin Laden wanted a theocracy. Right-wing Christians want a theocracy. Hence, all right-wing Christians are Al Queda.

      Sounds great!

    • Cpt_Justice says:

      False analogy is false.

  • Cpt_Justice says:

    No, he turned historical revisionism into a chance to teach actual history. Stop pretending you aren’t the hate-filled bigot here, with a mouth full of lies to try to cover it all up.

  • Cpt_Justice says:

    EXACTLY.

  • Cpt_Justice says:

    No one said there were no slaves in the North. But who ended slavery? Thank you.
    Of course, when you pull the old “Democrats are the bad guys” crap, trying to ignore the party shift at the time you were discussing, I know that you are either wholly ignorant or just plain dishonest.

  • Cpt_Justice says:

    Yes, you are FAR behind people who are actually educated on the subject. Your post proves that beyond a shadow of a doubt.

  • Cpt_Justice says:

    You could say it, but you’d be wrong.

  • Cpt_Justice says:

    The point si to hammer it home what should have been made clear 150 years ago: the ideals on which the Confederacy was founded are disgusting & should be stamped out. They didn’t learn it back then because we tried to make Reconstruction gentle & this is the fruits of that.

  • Cpt_Justice says:

    Absolutely. I am very proud to be an American alongside those Southerners who recognize how hateful & hurtful this flag is & are demanding that it be banished to history.

  • Cpt_Justice says:

    Yes, made by people outside the actual campaign.

  • Cpt_Justice says:

    No, what we’re saying is that “your” a racist in the same way they were. And that you need practice in reading comprehension.

  • Cpt_Justice says:

    Actually, we can compare them, because they are distinctly similar.

  • Connie Chastain says:

    Only four states issued declarations of causes of secession. The states of the upper south did not seceded in the first wave. They only seceded when lincoln tried to coerce them into sending troops to invaded the seceded states so it’s far more complex than you seem to understand. Besides, if slavery was all they cared about, they could have returned to the union at Lincoln’s invitation and ratified the Corwin Amendment. But they prefered political independence to constitutionally guaranteed slavery-forever. The war isn’t nearly so neatly good vs evil as indoctrinated Americans want/need it to be.

  • Connie Chastain says:

    The population, sweetheart, not the number of states.

  • Cpt_Justice says:

    In your wet dreams.

  • Cpt_Justice says:

    In your wet dreams.

    Please note, antisemitic POS, I’m not discussing stealing anyone’s personal property. Of course, I’m not friendly with any racists, so it’s not likely I’ll know someone who owns one.

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