Parading around the Confederate flag similar to parading around the Mexican flag. Both fought against the US. Americans (Republican led) crushed the Confederate traitors (demonrat led) who wanted to preserve their third-world feudal society.
It isn’t the Confederate flag. The original Confederate national flag was the “stars and bars.” What Adkins was displaying was the Confederate battle flag, the banner under which men as brave and noble as their union brothers fought. The Confederate battle flag was incorporated in 1863 as the union part of the Confederate national flag. So, I’d say go ahead and protest as much as you want about the Confederate national flag; leave the battle flag alone.
YOU won; so YOU get to write your own version of history. I have enough on my plate stomaching and defending myself from the Marxist/Communist that your northern cesspool cities have foisted upon us “damned rednecks” down here in the Bible Belt. - Yep. My great,great grandfather fought at Shiloh in the Rebel army, and probably fired the FIRST SHOT at Fort Sumter, SOUTH Carolina because YA’LL WERE DOWN HEAH!
Land of Lincoln, indeed. - Maybe in the next life we’ll not have to live under this load of crap dumped on us by this “modern day Lincoln”. If Lincoln had been so brilliant he surely could have seen that slavery was on its way out anyway due to industrial innovations.
How many Confederate Officials and Military Officers were tried for treason after the war?
History as taught since 1970. 3rd World Feudal? You need to read Goad’s article. Lincoln was a railroad millionaire— the issue was WHO would be able to expand THEIR railroads in the WEST. There was only a FEW fair Northern legislators who proposed to pay the value of capital labor (amortized over time) to achieve manumission.
One can hardly argue that coolie labor was treated ANY differently by the Manifest Destiny Yankee industrialists/railroad trusts who put the railroads through— as they were “blessed” by the most annoying New England Puritans and Tory ministers in their “sacred” mission. Might want to ask the Indians about that.
There is an awful lot of history you have tossed away, in support of the prepared narrative. And, naturally, completely ignore the greater issue of State’s Rights (inclusive of slavery, and MANY other issues).