It's a historical banner used as the symbol of the Confederate Army. It doesn't mean racism, or naziism, or anything like that.
It's an honorable system that a lot of honorable men fought and bled to defend.
I am really tired of revisionist history where people demonize and use anything as an excuse to target a symbol, and the awful politicians who jump on this bandwagon are a disgrace.
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I agree with you.
In all honesty even though slavery was definitely wrong, the South actually was justified under the way our nation was made. America was too big to be ruled by a central government honestly, the fact that the war changed things from the United states are to the United States is, really shows what happened there...
People like to pretend the south would still have slavery to this day, but that's simply not true, slavery was something to fuel war propaganda and the north was only against it cuz their economy didn't rely on it.
The south actually had a lot of things going for it morally hence why it got people like Custer on its side.1