- The Washington Times - Wednesday, August 19, 2015

A T-shirt company known for using little kids to push controversial messages has posted a new video showing foul-mouthed children trash-talking the Confederate flag.

The company, aptly named FCKH8, posted the video on YouTube Tuesday so that users could find out from the mouths of babes “the f–ed up facts behind this f–ed up flag!”

“We’re kind of fed up with this whitewashing of America’s dark past,” one boy says in the video.

“If we’re having this much trouble getting rid of a symbol of racism, we are in deep s– getting rid of real racism,” two girls say in the video.

The multiracial group of kids argues against a stereotypical, white hillbilly type with an exaggerated southern accent and a Confederate flag cap, Raw Story reported.

The kids take turns explaining “5 f–ed up facts” behind the Confederate flag.

“With the Nazi swastika being banned in most of Europe, skinheads use the Confederate flag in its place,” one girl says. “Coinky-dink?”

The kids go on to explain that the flag was designed by a racist “d–.”

“Yeah, I’m not O-KKK with that s–,” the boy says.

The children point out that the white supremacist who gunned down nine black congregants two months ago at a South Carolina church was a supporter of the Confederacy.

“Flying this f–ing flag is not flying with us,” a girl says.

“Sorry for using some bad language to make a good point, but this flag is a symbol for the N-word and seriously deserves the F-word,” the kids say.

The video on YouTube has received more than 22,600 views, with a majority of down votes.

*Warning: Video contains graphic language*

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