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Thursday, March 2, 2017

Regressive Snowflake and Admitted Former White Supremacist Attacks Flag -- Gets Refuted Bigtime By Yours Truly

Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/community/chapel-hill-news/chn-opinion/article135987178.html#storylink=cpy


  1. Good job, Carl. It'd be better if that White Uncle Tom could read it too.

  2. Well Jimmy, I am fairly certain that someone has shown that particular Cuck-sucker the link to this page. I doubt I will get any sort of meaningful response from the useless Tool though.

  3. Occam's AftershaveMarch 9, 2017 at 2:59 AM

    A CNN poll in 2015 reported that 79% of African-Americans found that the battle flag was either racist or associated it with both Southern heritage and racism.


  4. Another CNN poll conducted in 2015 between June 26-28 also reported that only 33% of Americans as a whole support the white supremacist view of the flag as a symbol of hate and racism, while 57% rejected that view in favor of the flag being a symbol of Southern pride and heritage.

    Occam, the fact that African-Americans in general support a pro-racist viewpoint (aside from being an exercise in irony to the tenth degree) in no way legitimizes said viewpoint. To state it bluntly: they are wrong to view it that way.

    That being said while I understand why they would, I have no sympathy for those who fail to look past their prejudices and who label others wrongly as racists. The information is out there, and those of us who honor that flag for all the right reasons have reached across the isle time and time again -- and we will continue to do so because it is the right thing.

    Your poll also shows that there are at least one-in-four African Americans who reject that view and have grown beyond misguided fears and stereotypes. Indeed, I would point out that the 75% who disambiguously view is as a symbol of "Southern heritage and racism" (a neat way to phrase it, bravo to the Fake News industry's propaganda department) at least admit that it is a symbol of Southern heritage, even if their concept of what that means is different from the rest of the world's perception.

    I thank you for your post sir (I presume sir because of the aftershave part, lol) and hope that you enjoyed this and other posts here on my humble little blog.

    Have a Dixie Day!