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This flag, that flag...


Ever since that degenerate cocksucker shot up the church in Charleston on June 17, 2015, the "Confederate flag" has been under scrutiny. He killed innocent people because HE is/was an evil dip shit. I'm not going to give him credence, and I'll never mention his name. But what I will talk about is the problem he created. The "Confederate Flag". He was pictured standing behind what is actually the Confederate Naval Jack. It was not the flag (and never was) for the Confederate States of America. Now I don't give a duck's water tight ass how you feel about the Civil War and slavery. You nor I never owned them, and no blacks today are picking cotton. So let's move on...

People say the Confederate Naval Jack and/or the battle flag of the Army of Northern Virginia (AVN) is offensive to people. It represents white supremacy, the KKK, and god only knows what else. Yet...these same fucktards say that the American flag is just a flag. That it means nothing. They burn it, walk on it, and some classy bitch even wiped her ass with it. So how is it that one flag means nothing, yet another stands for pure evil? You can't have it both ways. So which is it?

Let me throw this at you. The KKK marched with the American Flag for many years. There's plenty of pictures. Go to Google and do a little searching. Anyone can use any flag for any reason. Look at me. I chose the Republic of Louisiana flag as part of my logo. Does that piss anyone off? I don't fucking care...but does it? My point is, every nation on this earth has had a flag that soldiers (and people) have fought and died for. They are represented in that flag. They drape the American flag over the caskets of our fallen military. Yet that same flag was used by the KKK as they marched on Washington D.C.. But are the flags evil? Does the evil, spooky Confederate Naval Jack sneak out at night with a bunch of AR-15's and kill people? Lynch people? Cause death and mayhem? NO! Is the Confederate Naval Jack bad? No. Is the American flag bad? No. Is the flag of Nazi Germany bad? No. People get so wrapped up in symbolism that they can't see or think clearly. They turn into emotional basket cases and lash out because they crave attention and like to impose their "feelings" into others. I don't care about your fucking feelings. We all have them. Some of us are just better at controlling them. I can't stand seeing a Mexican flag flying over homes here in the U.S.. It pisses me off. But am I going to start crying and demand that those flags be taken down? No. I have a fucking life, hobbies, and a family that occupy my time and I'd much rather spend time doing things I love with people I love.

So brings me to the social justice cum guzzlers out there today. Everything to them is a symbol. Everything means something bad. Everything is offensive. Their ideology has spread like wild fire because nobody pushes back when they deem something offensive. They force their fragile little feelings on everyone and demand that everyone else change, because ever since they fell out of mommy's vagina, mommy has been telling them they are special. Special little fuck wads that call everything racist, offensive, or Fascist. They never had to learn anything because Google was just a smart phone away. Reality is only what they perceive in their special little minds. And we have to put up with it.

So fly your Confederate Naval Jacks, your 1st, 2nd, and/or 3rd National flags, your Mexican flags, your Republic of Louisiana flags, and your American flags high and with pride. They all represent a number of things both good and bad, and no country is, was, or will ever be perfect. However, one flag, the American flag, gives you the right to fly all those others. It represents your freedom of speech no matter how warped and fucked up it is. It let's you be a cry baby and demand I change. But it also gives me the right to not give a shit about your fragile little feelings and allows me to trigger you to the point where you try and crawl back up mommy's vagina. Where all this shit started in the first place!

Laissez les bons temps rouler ~ Gus


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