5 reasons not to ban the Confederate flag — from a Canadian immigrant

I’m a Canadian who immigrated to the U.S. That gives me a detached outsider’s perspective on the calls to ban the Confederate flag in the wake of the Charleston mass murder.

  • Alain

    He is correct that the American civil war was not about slavery, which is the lie that is always being pushed and promoted. It was about the right to succeed from the union, whose Canadian equivalent would be Quebec separatism or the separation of any other province.

  • terrence

    One of the race-baiters has already said the USA Flag – the stars and stripes – should be banned. If the Libtards have their way, it probably will be.

  • AlanUK

    Last statement: America ended slavery …

    Depending on how you choose to interpret “ended” and “slavery” this is open to discussion (classic English understatement!).

    For example:

    William Wilberforce – 1759-1833. English politician, philanthropist, and a leader of the movement to abolish the slave trade.
    Slavery Abolition Act 1833, which abolished slavery in most of the British Empire
    (American Civil Way 1861-1865)