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September 7, 2015 -- The American flag makes some people in America fell uncomfortable.

Their conclusion?

It must be removed.

"When this flag was brazenly put up on the campus of the University of California, Irvine, one brave student finally said, 'Enough!' and took a stand."

It made people feel uncomfortable and unsafe. When faced with the provocative stars and stripes he took a stand.

The student -- though living in the United States -- says this nation is the most evil in the world.

The student, interviewed by Ami Horowitz, doesn't seem to understand that he is being suckered. It's called the Dunning-Kruger effect: One is so stupid he doesn't know he is stupid.

Commentary: Flags represent nationalism and defy globalism. First, the globalist left establishes that the Confederate flag represents intolerance and racism. Having succeeded in shaming Americans into removing that cultural icon, the left now proceeds to attack the American flag.

It does the same with other icons, such as statues. First, globalism succeeds in removing "offensive" Confederate icons, then it targets nation icons. Images of America's founders on currency is another example of cultural cleansing; otherwise known as genocide.

The conversation stems from a decision by the school's student council in March, 2015 to remove all flags from a small lobby on the campus. The decision was overturned and about half of the students who voted to ban the flags publicly apologized for their decision.

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