No, I wouldn't. I think it's a fine flag but using it to anger a neighbour is arrogant, racist, and more than a little redneck.
On the other hand, when my kids were playing soccer their team got a new coach who threw out four of the stalwarts who had been with the team for eight years. They moved to the next town and signed up for the opposition team and, the day they had to play their old team, one of the parents produced a Confederate flag. It must have inspired them because they won convincingly.
Of course, the Eureka flag would have been more appropriate in Oz. The Eureka Rebellion was a short-lived rebellion by gold miners protesting about government taxes. It had the same tone as the Boston Tea Party but, unfortunately, was less successful.