Read your posts again. You have a very strong "aversion" to a lot of groups and it has shown up in other posts for other groups as well.
I do not support white supremacists and you should know that. Nor do I "keep company" with white supremacists, but I do know some. Living in the South for 70 years you have to. Incidentally, some of the most ardent white supremacists I know are fairly recent transplants from the North - PA, IL, and others.
I assume you have an aversion to yourself and others because your ancestors stole the land you live on from somebody else - and you didn't return it?
Not sure what "Larry was spot on" about.
I may very well be "loony" about this subject (whatever that may be), but you and "Larry" are just as loony.
Yes, I have an 'aversion' to 'groups' that have committed war crimes and \ or that have attacked my country. E.g. Nazis. I don't need to be Jewish to have an aversion to what the Nazis did to the Jewish people during the 30s and 40s or the many war crimes committed by the Japanese, their treatment of Korean women, etc... I have an aversion to group that attack gays and try to deny them equal rights. I have an aversion to racist and white supremacists.
This reminds me of a Get Smart joke; someone was going to a meeting and Max asked about the meeting. The meeting was to discuss hate-groups. The guy said something like: I belong to a group that hates hate! Classic Mel Brook and Buck Henry.
As for my comment on the company you keep; when it comes to honoring the Confederacy, I assume many, if not a majority are white supremacists (or learn that way). So while you're not one of them, on this issue isn't your POV aligned with theirs?
(my Larry comment related to his related reply to you that I felt was well written, but I apologize to both of you for bring him into this especially when he asked to be left out).