NPR Commissions “New” Southern Flag To Replace The Confederate Flag…


It looks like a rejected logo for the Luxembourg Olympic team.

I can’t figure out if they’re being passive-aggressive or if they’re so out of it that they genuinely think this is a helpful suggestion.

Their new flag is representative of “the diverse array of backgrounds, opinions, values and perspectives now found throughout the region create (sic) the very fabric of the modern South.”

I suppose it would be completely pointless to ask why a publicly-funded radio station is paying people to design make-believe flags.

  • Icebow

    Treasonous vandalism.

  • Ron MacDonald

    It looks like Obama’s logo.

  • It’s called “historical revisionism”. There was a time when academics in the U.S. used to mock and debunk the Soviet Union for engaging in it under Stalin.

    I must admit though that I like Kate McMillan’s “revisionist” Confederate flag (SDA). Basically the Gay Pride flag transposed onto the original Confederate. Poingnant and hilarious.

  • Ron MacDonald

    How original.

  • Dana Garcia

    The radio station behind this travesty can run it up their flagpole, so the perps can be easily found.

  • ntt1

    Was an easy transformation into the rainbow sodomy Penent a prime consideration?

    • David Murrell

      Katee Wynne would like it.

    • tom_billesley

      Flag of Francophonie is already gay friendly, and seems to symbolize a circle of fornication.
      Organisation internationale de la Francophonie – Canada is a member.

  • UCSPanther

    Trying to repress an old symbol of national pride is a waste of time. No amount of yelling by two-bit SJWs is going to change the Southern Cross…

  • mauser 98

    everything pooftafied

  • SDMatt

    So will NPR be commissioning a replacement for J.E.B. Stuart, RE Lee, James Longstreet, AP Hill, DH Hill, Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, the Buckland Races, Jefferson Davis, the Merrimac, Fort Pillow . .


  • simus1

    They forgot the red herring.

  • Xavier

    As a native son of Richmond, Virginia – a city which, as you may have heard, had a small part in the War of Northern Aggression – I can assure you that absolutely none of my CSA compatriots will abandon the Confederate Battle Standard, long may she wave.

  • David Murrell

    Fur, this has to be the funniest post you’ve done in a while. Unblievable.

  • Mannie

    I’m no fan of the Rebel Battle Flag, but it has a heritage. Tens of thousands of Brave American Soldiers died under those colors. The stripey rag is just that; a stripey rag It has no more meaning than those stupid unicorn or daisy non-flags people hang from their porches.