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Greenfield SJW’s Have Banned Even Owning A Confederate Flag If You Are Public Employee

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MassliveThe Greenfield Human Rights Commission has released its final statement on last November’s confederate flag controversy, concluding that while possession of the flag is protected by the First Amendment it is also a “generally accepted symbol of racial and class oppression” that should not be displayed by public employees.

“The Commission, however, believes that a public official or employee, especially a police officer, should refrain from the display of a Confederate flag in both their public and private capacities, as to do so would be racially and culturally insensitive to other members of the community, especially African-American citizens,” Commission Chairman Philippe Simon and former Chairman Lewis Metaxas wrote in a statement approved by the commission on Monday.

Greenfield Police Sgt. Dan McCarthy, commander of the detective bureau and the Police Department’s official liaison to the town’s Human Rights Commission, came under fire last November when his neighbors complained that he was openly displaying a Confederate battle flag in his garage. The flag was only visible when the garage door was open, the Greenfield Recorder reported.

Those neighbors, Rod and Lindel Hart, were worried for their adopted son, who is black. They broadcasted their concerns on Facebook and received what they described as a reassuring visit from Greenfield Mayor Bill Martin. McCarthy removed the flag after Greenfield Police Chief Robert Haigh met with him to discuss the issue.

“In the Greenfield matter of this past year, the Commission, after due diligence in ascertaining the facts, and with minimal cooperation by police and other town officials, must conclude that Greenfield Police Sergeant McCarthy possessed such a flag at his place of residence though it most likely was not his intent to exhibit it to the public,” the commission’s statement said. “Further, the Commission believes that it is inappropriate to have a liason relationship with a Greenfield Police Officer, representing the Greenfield Police Department who knowingly possesses said flag absent explanation of his beliefs or the circumstances connected with the possession of such flag.”

The commission added that it is not a punitive body, and expressed hope that the matter can be resolved positively.

“The Commission believes that conciliation and reconciliation in this particular matter is not only possible, but probable, if good faith is pursued by all parties,” the statement said.

But the statement also said that public officials in Greenfield have a responsibility to oppose racism and racist symbols.

“Symbols of hate, racism or bias have no place in our public or personal lives,” the commission said. “Our best option, as representatives of our town, would be to challenge these symbols and accompanying ideas, when encountered, with compassion, knowledge and understanding.”


This story just won’t die because the SJW Nazi police in Greenfield just can’t stop trying to fix the world one edict at a time. What else is there to say? An unelected body just told all public employees that the First Amendment does not apply to them. Two hundred forty years of history down the drain because a group of tree hugging naniburgers from Franklin County decided that they have the right to censor speech they arbitrarily deem is hateful or racist.

Newsflash morons – that’s not how this works. That’s not how any of this works. For the record, Turtleboy does not like the Confederate flag. It represents a ragtag group of traitors and pussies who started a war they couldn’t finish and thought they were a real country. They weren’t. But they did kill a shitload of Americans, and that’s what I see when I see the confederate flag – pussy bitches who hate America.

But other people view the flag differently that Turtleboy does, and that’s OK. Some see it as a symbol of racism and oppression, which it most certainly has been used as in the past. Others see it as a symbol of state’s rights and telling Washington DC to go fuck itself. And there’s nothing wrong with that either. The bottom line is that it’s a piece of cloth and you can interpret it as you wish. But you don’t have any right to tell other people that they can’t fly it because of the way you choose to interpret it, regardless of whether or not they’re a police officer.

We don’t know why Sgt. McCarthy had that buried deep within his garage. He could’ve hung it up just to piss off his overbearing neighbors, or because he’s a Civil War buff who collects historical artifacts. Doesn’t matter why, because it’s his garage. He can hang whatever piece of cloth he wants to in it. If you don’t like it then don’t look in his garage. Pretty simple.

Of course the real reason this all went down is because this poor guy has the misfortune of living next to the two biggest assholes on planet earth – Rod and Lyndell Hart.

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Read all about them here, here, and here.

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Basically they are two social justice warriors who live in an almost exclusively white town, and were looking for a way to show the world that they aren’t scared of black people. So they adopted a black son (who is 10) and they figured out ways to use him in order to be perpetually offended. Their argument was that the son saw this flag buried deep within the garage, blocked by several vehicles, and only viewable from a certain angle, and started crying himself to sleep and wishing Santa would bring him white skin (that’s literally what Rod Hart claimed he said), because it made him feel like the white cop next door was racist and wants to kill him. Obviously the kid never actually was scared by this flag and has no clue what it’s historical context is, so Dad and Dad just made it up so they could play outraged SJW’s for the day.

As you can see from Rod’s posts he is OBSESSED with pointing out to the world how his son is black:

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Guaranteed these guy’s had the opportunity to adopt a white or Asian kid and they turned them down because they had no use for those kind of kids politically. That poor freaking kid.   Imagine going to school and explaining to your friends how this is one of your Dad’s:


And that your other Dad is a middle school teacher in Northampton who poses for pictures like this in his classroom:

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Oh yea, and if you’re Jewish, Christian, or Muslim, better find some new friends because the Hart family hates the Jews.

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Of course the ironic part about this is that this is the same kind of people who have been lecturing America about Colin Kaepernick’s free speech rights to protest the American flag because it’s “just a piece of cloth.” Yet here they are losing their Goddamn minds over someone using their free speech rights, and suddenly a piece of cloth is no longer just a piece of cloth – it’s a symbol of oppression. Funny how that works.

At the end of the day this means nothing. The Greenfield Human Rights Commission (whose leader is a disgraced lawyer who spent time in prison for stealing from his clients) has no real authority over anything. They can make recommendations, but they don’t get to rewrite the Constitution. Sgt. McCarthy is well within his rights to ignore this group because they are a joke. I hate the Confederate flag with a passion, but if I lived next to these slug rakes I’d probably fly it on my front lawn just to remind them that I can.


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23 Comment(s)
  • James
    January 23, 2017 at 2:55 pm

    I would beat the crap out of those two just for those photos! They’re disgusting people.

  • Publius
    October 21, 2016 at 10:18 am

    it is funny when pussies from the north think they know what the flag means.

    • KimberlyS
      October 21, 2016 at 10:43 am

      It’s kind of funny, too, to consider that the United States could be considered a land of ‘traitors’, if one was British.

      History is written by the winner, after all.

  • whatevuh
    October 21, 2016 at 6:30 am

    I went to Amherst one day, and there was a farmers market in town, so I went over to check it out. Biggest collection of weirdo’s I have ever seen. There were dozens of them. The type of women who you wonder if they shave their legs and armpits, ya know?

    I ACTUALLY LAUGHED OUT LOUD ALL THE WAY BACK TO MY TRUCK, and got the hell out of there.

  • Ashamed Atholian
    October 21, 2016 at 1:47 am

    So glad I left Greenfield years ago. It’s chock-full of hippie hypocrites who claim to
    be advocates for minorities, (whole town full of BLM signs) yet they’d never live in cities
    like Springfield, Holyloke, Chicopee, etc.
    And they’d never want to associate with the types of people who live in those towns.
    I could care less about Confederate flags, BLM or Human Rights groups.
    At least I actually mentor kids from those areas and tutor them, and try to be a good role model.

  • Lola
    October 20, 2016 at 10:18 pm

    What always bothers me about this creepy Rod Hart guy, if that was a male teacher with a cardboard female wearing a bikini saying how distracted he was by it while he was trying to teach a bunch of middle school children (and groping it like that) people would be ballistic.

  • someone's gotta say it
    October 20, 2016 at 9:10 pm

    Turtleboy while I respect that your opinion of the “Dixie” flag probably reflects the prejudices of your educators, the Confederate FLAG wasn’t the symbol of racism it was the symbol of the struggle for States Rights to supersede Federal law.

    The history of the southern rebellion is taught to fit the perspective of The System that put down the insurrection (barely). The flag was taken up after the Confederates defeated, taken up by other entities much the way the LGBTENMSQO etc. have stolen the rainbow, which originally was the symbol of God’s promise to never wipe mankind off the face of the Earth; more recently the realm of little girls and unicorns. I believe the Confederate flag should be taken up by anyone with southern heritage, regardless of their pigmentation, as a reminder of the brave fighters in the cause of Dixie, that is that the STATES should decide what the federal government is and that the federal government is not nor should be allowed to become an entity unto itself, dispenser of all power, but remain the tool of a union of states, specifically to resolve issues of trade and commerce among themselves and as a united country with other countries, with responsibility to and mutual defense of the many United States.

    Any citizen of this country, feeling oppressed by or unfairly treated by the Federal Government, should and does have a right to redress but no longer has an actual venue to be heard. Perhaps we should ALL evoke the image of the battle flag to remind our senators and various elected representatives that they do not own the governmental bodies in which they sit. They should be constantly reminded they are loaned those offices and every action taken in our names must be answerable to their state, to us the electorate; and that we are overburdened by the federal and in many cases state government which holds its power via the, universally regarded as corrupt, political and election system only at the will of the people.

    Skin color? No. the flag says “I have issues with what I see every day and I feel powerless to correct it.” Perhaps they were right, the South shall rise again? But not as an action determined to reconstitute the deplorable system of slavery that existed. Certainly that piece of cloth has nothing to do with slavery, race creed or income. It had the purpose and should again be the indication of disgust with a Federal Government that could not function effectively for all member states nor control itself or its growth.

    Essentially the flag of Nazi Germany was the symbol of supposed ‘Aryan Supremacy.’ As such it will always be the symbol of that faction. I know a few people who own beautiful WW2 era souvenirs of the pinnacle of man’s hatred towards man, they would display it as a piece of history but never fly it as a statement of their belief structure. Your opinion places the Confederate Flag in the same category, a category in which it does not accurately belong.

    The Confederate Flag is an historical flag of a failed country, The Confederate States of America, as such it should retains its symbolism as the call for control over an ineffective, inaccurately representational Federal System; and the reminder to the elected that any substantial section of the people needs to be recognized, that their right to be heard and considered, and not be dismissed out of hand, is not to be dismissed.

    The real reason for The Civil War, in the USA, was the question of States Rights vs Federal edicts. The issue of slavery was the most convenient example of the time for the North’s subsequent control of education in the public schools to use a a teaching mechanism. Therefore what you believe to be correct, turns out to not be so cut and dry. I do not know the individuals you mention in your article.

    It does concern me somewhat that they are raising a young man who has learned, ostensibly from them, to dislike himself because of the melanin level of his skin. It would probably help if they concentrated some effort towards tolerance, which it is obvious they sadly and sincerely lack.

    I suspect a great portion of their issue with raising him could be resolved if they were to read the many excellent parenting web sites they have obviously already found. How can they not see the advice applies to their adopted son? They should absolutely avoid the scaremongering “how to keep your son alive” sites. Living in Greenfield the majority of what they find on the latter site would not apply anyway. If they lived in any inner city in any country they would probably do well to teach him how to stay alive in that area. In the desert it might mean knowing venomous snakes from a non-venomous. In Fallujah it might be a lesson in recognizing improvised explosive devices; whereas, in Philadelphia it might be knowing one set of hand signs from another, or in Boston it may be realizing when a street goes suddenly quiet and empty.

    Then again if they straightened out their heads and lives they would find an amazing amount of support from a large number of religions, which they have already tossed in the metaphorical trash.

    • Dom
      October 21, 2016 at 11:29 am


      It’s REALLY unnecessary to write a 1000 word essay.

  • YGFY
    October 20, 2016 at 3:41 pm

    You forgot the comma. else, you Moron

  • Joe Max
    October 20, 2016 at 3:33 pm

    PC rules are more powerful than free speech now. Pitiful, when one thinks how many soldiers and others. Gave up their lives, to ensure a free America.

  • Klarn Mxyzptlk
    October 20, 2016 at 2:10 pm

    Well, like Bruce Genderless said: “Mental illness is the new normal.”

  • KimberlyS
    October 20, 2016 at 2:09 pm

    You should plan a parade. Get a bunch of people to drive by the Hart house flying Confederate Flags and playing “I wish I was in Dixie” on their stereos. Accompanied by much “YEEHAW”-ing.

  • Hey, Stupid
    October 20, 2016 at 2:04 pm

    It’s these guys; not these guy’s, Moron!

    • GFY
      October 20, 2016 at 2:46 pm

      Go correct spelling somewhere else you anal retentive fuck!

  • Reddog
    October 20, 2016 at 1:57 pm

    I’m not offended by shit. I don’t want to waste my energy being upset by anything. But these guys are straight up assholes.

    • Duke Westwood
      October 20, 2016 at 2:14 pm

      Absolutely… Straight up, back and to the left with a plunger up them assholes…

  • Mediocrity
    October 20, 2016 at 1:43 pm

    WTF?? The water supply must be tainted in that area (Greenfield, Colrain, Amherst, Montague).

  • Independent Thinker
    October 20, 2016 at 1:37 pm

    I’m offended by his cartoon of someone throwing religious symbols into the trash. What’s worse is the fact that he posts it on-line. It shows the world that he is intolerant towards people of religion. Since he’s a public official (teacher), this shouldn’t be tolerated. My fear is that one of his religious students might be afraid to go to school and it will cause anxiety and make him get a bad mark on a test.

  • October 20, 2016 at 1:13 pm

    Coward pussies!

    It’s okay to be gay but not okay to have a flag in ones garage?

    How about this I am offended by two men touching each other in public,even more offended that a teacher takes a picture with a cardboard cut out of another man, horrible, I am terrified to drive through town he could rape me!

    I am afraid for all the little boys in his classroom, is he touching them?

    This teacher needs to be fired, NOW!

    • Chris From Georgia
      October 20, 2016 at 1:51 pm

      I agree these two men are more of a threat than any piece of cloth ever will be. The child they adopted is in danger.

  • JoeMomma
    October 20, 2016 at 12:56 pm

    I would paint the entire front of my house like the flag….don’t like it? Move.

  • Sheriff Buford Pusser
    October 20, 2016 at 12:54 pm

    Them boys is just whislt’n Dixie. I got a couple of flag poles to give them shud they cross the Macon County line.

  • Buck Naked
    October 20, 2016 at 12:48 pm

    Is it just me, or does Rod Hart sound like a made up porn name?

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