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No because it's true meanings are power of state over country, you are an imbecile for thinking so. Unless it is paired with racist slang or such, however this is ridiculous that you are that ignorant.
And you are incredibly naive if you think that's the reason this CoD player used it as his emblem.
No, it is a symbol of southern pride for some people. They don't equate it to slavery
I'm 23 and I have lived in Mississippi (mostly Mississippi) and Georgia my whole life, excluding 2 years in Cali, and I always equated it slavery. It offends me greatly. I know people wear it for southern pride but I will NEVER see it like that. I'm Black so I guess that is a factor.
I knew FMGs would be OP before the game came out: http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/995751-call-of-duty-modern-warfare-3/59204323