The U.S. Flags Request

The Confederate flag has a large presence in the United States, but that doesn’t mean that your meaning is the more “popular”:

When Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) was elected President of the United States in November 1860, having among its proposals the abolition of slavery – not for humanitarian reasons, but fundamentally and with the desire to send blacks to Africa and Latin America, seven Southern States, where the exploitation of black slavery was the basis of the economy, broke with the Union and shortly thereafter four more. Richmond, Virginia, became the capital of the Confederate States of America Jefferson Davis (1808-1889) was elected your President.

Although this flag is seen by many Americans as a symbol of your southerners proud southerner, is often used by racists to represent the domain white on black people in the United States. The flag continues to be an object of controversy there due to the fact that several southern States of the USA still displaying the flag on public buildings or incorporated in the design of their state flags-compare with the old flag of South Africa flag , the time of apartheid. The flag is also used by these racists as an alternative to the US flag, which they consider as being a symbol of a Government controlled by Jews.

They need to study more history: the Vice President of the Confederate States, Alexander Hamilton Stefens (1812-1883),was a Jew.

Given this, thousands of demonstrators gathered in Columbia, South Carolina, in the United States, to ask the local Legislative Assembly collection the flag of the Confederate States of America and had strength days after a young white into a Methodist Church on City of Charleston and kill, the shots, nine people in the last month of June.