I’m surprised that no one has commented on it yet, but apparently that washed up ingrate mixed race quarterback who started the whole kneel-during-the-national-anthem thing has thrown a hissy fit at Nike for trying to launch a new sneaker that incorporates the old Colonial American flag (aka “Betsy Ross” flag):
I think that the Betsy Ross flag has great potential as the next “White supremacist” symbol, like the “OK” hand sign and the MAGA hat.
Personally, I like the optics of the old American Colonial flag, and think it ably straddles the line between, on the one hand, “rah rah” braindead patriotism for globohomo modern America and, on the other hand, overtly foreign symbols (crosses, windmills of friendship) or “new” symbols with which people have no association or connection. (I like the Confederate Battle Flag too, but it’s still largely a regional thing and instantly turns a lot of otherwise amenable people off due to its long-maligned history.)
To me, the Betsy Ross flag calls to mind the original America that’s been lost: the America built by White men of good character; a young nation full of promise and confidence; unburdened by Jewish subversion and crippling White guilt; a nation without ungrateful basketball-Americans and unsullied by third world detritus; a nation for ourselves and our posterity.
The Betsy Ross flag is still (for now) normie-friendly, but it’s got great symbolic potential thanks to that ungrateful negro.
I think I’ll finally spend some money to buy a nice Betsy Ross flag to fly outside, and a car magnet decal if I can find one.