Confederate Flag Will Return On Anniversary Of Charleston Massacre

The symbol of racism will be raised over the South Carolina State House on Anniversary of Charleston Massacre

The South Carolina Secessionist Party plans to raise the Confederate flag over the State House in South Calorina one year after it was removed following the Charleston massacre, that took place at one of the oldest black churches on June 17, 2015.

Nine innocent people were killed by 21-year-old Dylann Roof, who later confessed that he wanted to ignite a race war.

The South Carolina Secessionist Party stands for “returning honor integrity and tradition to South Carolina.”

Their event will be held on July 10. The State agreed to raise the symbol or racism, also known as Confederate flag, during the four-hour event. Lawmakers see no problem with the event, because the flag had been raised over the State House for five decades before being banished.
This absurd decision is nothing else than a slap in the face of the black community. Nine innocent black people died because of Dylann’s blind commitment to the flag and false ideals.

The founder of this party hopes the flag-raising celebration will be held each year.

Obviously, white nationalists and the South Carolina officials have no respect for the black victims.

Behind all the buzzwords about reflecting upon our nation’s past, behind all the lies about honoring the Confederate heritage, there’s a stark reality of racism rearing its ugly head in America.

 

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