Cancel culture Nazis are now targeting the Massachusetts state flag because they say it has “white supremacist” imagery.
A group of fascist Newburyport, Massachusetts, residents are demanding the city council replace the state flag and seal, claiming they are “problematic” and promote a “white supremacy culture.”
But what is worse, the moron leftists on the city’s town council has agreed to the demands and also agree that the nearly 350-year-old flag is “racist.”
The basic parts of the flag have been in use since 1676 in the state, but was made the official state flag and seal in. 1908.
Whackjob activist Linda Lu Burciaga claims the imagery on the state flag and seal is “problematic” because it depicts a white hand wielding a Colonial sword over the head of a Native American, according to the Newburyport Daily News. The seal and flag also include the Latin phrase “Ense petit placidam sub libertate quietem,” which translates to “She seeks by the sword a quiet place under liberty.”
“The belt was patterned by the illustrator after the red flannel belt of (Wampanoag leader) Metacomet, who was the leader of the first native war of resistance against English colonization. His severed head was impaled on a pike and displayed in Plymouth for more than 20 years as a war trophy. That’s just one part of the depiction,” LuLu Burciaga said.
Fellow Karen activst Marianna Vesey said the state seal portrays a “colonializing and violent depiction that is really supporting the fact that white people are in charge of this world and that we have to subdue the Native American people.”
“One of the reasons that we can ignore this so easily is that our white supremacy culture has really allowed for the disappearance of the Native American world. We’re really trying to say that they are not gone. They are here among us, and we really need to, not only recognize that, but to honor it,” Vesey added.
The fascist left-wingers also want to flood the schools with this foolishness.
“The use of mascots and also the cultural appropriation of some of the Native American artifacts and whatnot that have been taken from them,” Burciaga stated. “This is not just a symbolic ‘Get rid of the state seal and flag or change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ Day’ thing. This also includes something that we should be doing for the rest of our lives, including education.”
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