School’s ‘Redneck Day’ Sparks Anger

Luci Scott, USA Today, May 1, 2013

When members of the student council at an Arizona high school organized a schoolwide “Redneck Day” and encouraged classmates to dress—and spoof—accordingly, they hoped to build school spirit leading up to prom week.

Instead, “Redneck Day” at Queen Creek High School has angered African-Americans and civil-rights leaders and touched off a debate about free speech, social stereotypes and good taste.

Tom Lindsey, superintendent of the Queen Creek Unified School District, said the only intent of Wednesday’s event was to satirize the A&E reality TV show “Duck Dynasty,” which follows a family of duck hunters and entrepreneurs from West Monroe, La.

But some students and their family members weren’t amused. Among them: the Rev. Ozetta Kirby, pastor of Holy Trinity Community AME Church in Mesa and vice president of the East Valley chapter of the NAACP.

“I’m sitting here crying and praying,” said Kirby, whose grandson Marcus Still is a 16-year-old junior at the school.

“This thing really got to Marcus,” Kirby said. “When you’re in 11th grade, that can break you down and make you feel at the bottom rung of the whole society, where everybody is being jubilant. No kid should have to go through that. We all know the connotation of ‘redneck.’ ”

Most offensive to Kirby and others was that one student chose to wear a Confederate flag—for many a grim reminder of slavery and segregation.

“The Confederacy represents the horrible institution of slavery, and that is a direct attack on African-Americans,” said Steve Montoya, a prominent civil-rights attorney in Phoenix.


The student, who is from a state where the flag is more prevalent, did not see a negative connotation, the superintendent said.

“It was explained to him that in Arizona, we look at it differently,” Lindsey said, adding that Redneck Day was mostly uneventful.

“We apologize to any people who, because of the word (redneck), were offended,” Lindsey said.


For his part, attorney Montoya said students have a First Amendment right to wear a Confederate flag and engage in free speech.

But he warned that the line between free speech and harassment is easily breached and said a district could be held liable for allowing a racially hostile education environment.


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  • MekongDelta69

    ‘I’m sitting here crying and praying,’ said [Rev. Ozetta] Kirby

    Oh boo-hoo. I think you have us mistaken for people who actually give a damn how you feel.

    If we had sat down and ‘cried’ and ‘prayed’ every time we got ranked out in the schoolyard when we were growing up, we’d all be mental cases.

    Growing up in NYC, you developed three traits:
    1.) You developed a very thick skin, so after a while, nothing bothered you.
    2.) You developed a very quick wit. If somebody ranked you out, you immediately came back with a better rank out.
    3.) You ALWAYS, ALWAYS stood up to bullies, no matter how big. Once you fought back (i.e. belted them in the mouth), they ALWAYS left you alone after that.

    Nobody went crying to their mommy or ran to Johnny Cochran’s office to sue for ‘hurt feelings.’ That’s how everybody grew up to be MEN. Not BOYS, who sit and ‘cry’ and ‘pray.’

    Man up son…

    • Bill

      Blacks aren’t men. They are 12 year olds stuck in mature bodies. They act like spoiled 12 year olds, their mental ability is below that, and they always always take offense at everything. Mainly because we LET them and too many people play in to it.

      There were slaves in the NORTH too, and in fact many of the escaped slaves from the South wound up holding other blacks in bondage in the north. As has been said many times over, it was blacks who caught the blacks in Africa to deliver to the mainly MUSLIM slave traders. Unlike the bull crap story of Roots, ship captains and sailers did NOT go into the interior to capture slaves. They didn’t have to. Blacks did if for them and brought them to the ports for sale. Blacks are STILL holding other blacks in slavery in Africa to this day.

      This garbage will only end when a majority of Americans laugh in their faces when they pull this crap, and tell them to pound sand. Any time they riot, it should be termed an insurrection and be put down HARD. With massive police and military presence, and not using rubber bullets either. They may simmer about it, but they’d be back in their cages and under control again. Finally.


        yeah but guess who controls the police and military? BLACKS.

        • The__Bobster

          Blacks can’t control their urine stream, let alone anything that requires coordination.

        • Luca

          Where, Liberia, Haiti, Jamaica? They barely have the ability to run a shoe shine stand.

          • StillModerated

            Well, there you have it: blacks can organize a Black Businessman Day as retaliation.

        • Nathanwartooth

          I think he means the presidency?

          But the troops are sworn to serve the constitution, not the president.

          As for local police? Yeah, no.

          Nice pokemon? I guess?

        • Ngati Pakeha

          Didn’t I read any article here about them thrashing VA Beach? Blacks = Disorganised Chaos.

      • The__Bobster

        Look at a Klan meeting picture from a century ago. Do you see the stars and bars? Or do you see the American flag?

        • You may rest assured that those that hate the Stars & Bars also hate the Stars & Stripes, or ANY other flag flown by white people.

        • KJones

          Well I don’t know, please enlighten me.

        • I can’t say I really know much of anything about Klan meetings and rallies, except that they’re probably half full of infiltrators, informants, SPLC photogs and A/Ps. But it is my understanding the flag most commonly flown and seen at Klan functions even to this day is the American flag.

          • joegoofinoff

            I support 100%, the original intent of the first Klan, which was to bring order to the chaos that reined in the capetbagger, freedmen ruled South.

          • Sick of it

            Now we have carpetbaggers and scalawags all over the South, including the Bush dynasty.

          • Homo_Occidentalis

            Amreners can say what they will about the Klan, but it was extremely effective at defending the interests of White Americans. The re-segregation of the federal government during the Wilson administration and the pro-white National Origins Act of 1924 are testaments to the Klan’s success.

          • That reminds me: Calvin Coolidge was the last President to sign legislation that restricted legal immigration. Yes, it’s been a long time.

            Though Coolidge was a Republican, he signed the 1924 National Origins Act, that was a huge wish list item of two Democrat Party constituencies of the time: Labor unions, and the Klan (which of course reached its second wave peak of power in the 1920s). Of course, not all Republicans of the 1920s were big business cheap labor lusting types: Many were rural small town small business types who were “isolationist” because foreign policy isolationism benefited them. And there was a huge reactionary verve in American politics in the 1920s to American involvement in WWI. The reason immigration restriction and limiting legal immigration to the ethnic mix already present in the United States at the time the ’24 Act was passed was popular with isolationists is because they feared more non-traditional immigration would lead to those hyphenated-Americans gaining political power and therefore getting America into wars that involved whatever disputes the old country was involved in. Yes, even in the 1920s, there were internecine fights within the Republican Party, (what else is new?), between the big business establishment revolving around big industries and big cities and recently-dismantled trusts on one end that preferred crony capitalist policies, loose legal immigration for cheap labor, and tended toward the budding internationalist-globalist mindset, and small town small business isolationists on the other end, who, like I said, had a Machiavellian reason to want immigration restriction, even though they literally didn’t have skin in the game, like the labor unions-allied-with-Democrats did. By signing the ’24 Act, Coolidge was clearly showing his hand in his own party’s internecine battle. Herbert Hoover, his own Commerce Secretary and successor as President, was clearly allied with the other faction of the Republican Party. This is forgotten now, but Hoover grew the Federal government in terms of size, spending and involvement in the lives of the average American to what was then record highs, as his own reaction to the Depression. (He might have done that even if the Depression never happened.) That’s lost because of what Hoover’s successor as President did. So think of Hoover as George W. Bush to FDR as Obama.

          • Homo_Occidentalis

            I agree fully that mass immigration lowers standards of living ffor native born citizens. If the type of immigration we had during the early 1910’s persisted throughout the Great Depression, I don’t think America would have survived.

      • Tiger

        Perhaps you should read Kay Hymowitz’s book “Man Up.” It goes into detail about the immaturity of men, especially White men.

        • Formerly Known As..

          I think the book, and you..belong in the proverbial littlest room in the house. OF COURSE the focus is on white men. Perhaps you should read “The Hole in the Sheet” to get a feeling for the kind of inculcation Mizz Hymowitz (you could run for miles with that name alone, if you catch my drift) came up with and why she and hers do as they do.

          Nice try, troll. Mind the papercuts.

        • MBlanc46

          Oh yeah, I’ll rush right out and by that one. Right now. You betcha.

    • guest

      As long as non-whites are being pandered to by white leftists, they will always find reasons for complaining and feeling offended by just about anything.

    • The__Bobster

      Would you believe that the ghost of Johnny Cockroach is still advertising for clients in the Philly area?

      • Erasmus

        Since ghosts wear sheets, what color is the sheet of Cochran’s ghost? No way he be wearin’ a white one.

    • sbuffalonative

      It’s amazing how white people can make fun of themselves and black people are offended.

      • Paleoconn

        If you insult a White person, a black is offended because that’s his job.

      • TheAntidote

        Yeah, that’s the rub, isn’t it? It wasn’t some kind of an ethnic pride event; it wasn’t a salute; it was likely middle class whites ridiculing and putting down lower class Whites (the trailer trash, the waldmart whites). So the Negro kids could have participated and enjoyed the fun.

        • Sick of it

          They definitely enjoy putting down poor white people while at the same time celebrating diversity.

    • With that level of self-admitted emotional instability, perhaps Ozetta should be prohibited from working around children. It also seems likely that detaining her on a 72-hour mental health observation hold would be useful.

    • me

      Good thing they didn’t have an Al Jolson day….

  • dd121

    The liberals used to think that people were laughing at Archie Bunker. We all knew they were laughing with him.

    • Dave4088

      I was too young to understand Archie Bunker when it originally aired , but I’ve been watching repeats lately and Archie just used his common sense and life experience in making value judgements of non-whites. Even tough he wasn’t educated and articulate, America was a better place when the average white person saw the world much like Archie.

      • KevinPhillipsBong

        Archie Bunker was a Trojan Horse.
        According to Kevin MacDonald, “By the end of its 12-year run, even archenemy Archie Bunker had raised a Jewish child in his home, befriended a black Jew, gone into business with a Jewish partner, enrolled as a member of a synagogue, praised his close friend at a Jewish funeral, hosted a Sabbath dinner, participated in a bat mitzvah ceremony, and joined a group to fight synagogue vandalism.”

        • Dave4088

          I see. In other words he “evolved” to see things the right way, or the way Norman Lear and his kinsmen want whites to think and behave, in the final years of the show. I’m still on the first season, so Archie hasn’t had his multicultural catharsis yet.

        • dd121

          It was only in the first year that it had the kind of humor that whites laughed with. Later it became lefto-trash.

        • David Ashton

          Note the unintentionally funny side of this.

          I used to laugh at the Seinfeld sitcoms – does that make me an anti-Semite or a philo-Semite?

          • Try “Big Bang Theory” and the Howard character. And Howard’s mother.

          • Nathanwartooth

            I love that show. If anything, the show makes fun of Jews. Howard is dysfunctional and they always make fun of him for only having his masters instead of his doctorate.

            It’s the kind of nerdy show only first worlders would like.

          • Sick of it

            It’s funny, but nasty in a lot of ways. Not exactly the sort of stuff we should encourage as a society.

          • PesachPatriot

            I think it makes you human…seinfeld is a pretty funny show…some of the jokes were considered edgy or risque at the time, but they seem almost g-rated compared to some of the stuff on TV these days. Kramer was always my favorite.

          • Nathanwartooth

            Yeah I loved that show too. The guy who played Kramer was a great actor who got slammed for calling two rowdy Blacks the “n” word.

            There is a great episode of Southpark where all of the “n” word people ban together to protect each other with Micheal Richards being one of them.

    • The__Bobster

      Norman Lear was shocked that people actually loved the eeeviil bigot he created.

      • beano

        “My parents were Archie and Edith.” — Norman Lear

        Lear’s intent was to create a lovable bigot. He did just that and millions loved it.

        • Fighting_Northern_Spirit

          I don’t get the “loveable” part of his intent. The Bunkers were based on his parents, but I got the distinct impression that he hated his parents in typical leftist fashion.

  • Freey’all

    I urge people to read the original article and copy about half of it, then paste quotes all over comments sections about schools teaching ‘white privilege;’

    “Do no harm to a student’s sense of identity,” she said. “Everyone should feel welcome.”

    Costello said she understands that Redneck Day was intended to bolster students’ sense of feeling good about school but said “they’ve chosen an event that stereotypes an entire group of people, and under those circumstances, they should hardly be surprised that they also offend people.”

    • sbuffalonative

      Funny how whites aren’t offended when they mock themselves. Thicker skin I guess.

      • Nathanwartooth

        Yeah I thought this story was going to be about Whites standing up for themselves.

        But no, just more Blacks getting their feelings hurt by imaginary racists.

    • Erasmus

      Enough with this “feeling good about school” chit. These kids need to learn that life isn’t always about feeling good about yourself, especially by the time you reach high school. Life is very hard, but you do get through it with courage and a sense of humor. School is about learning to read, to write, to do chemistry and calculus, NOT to learn to feel “good about school” and become a responsible “world citizen.”

      But, why should we expect our children to learn to cope with reality when the people teaching them appear unable to?

      • StillModerated

        School is about learning to read, to write, to do chemistry and calculus …

        According to my kids, it’s about The Diary of Ann Frank, Martin Luther King, how negroes built this country, and how the Navajo Code Talkers and the Redtails won WW2 singlehandedly. And you must constantly stare at the teacher, or you’ll be sent to the principal to be dosed with Adderall.

        • Nathanwartooth

          The school tried to get me on that crap when I was young. I had ADD but my parents refused to give it to me and I’m thankful.

          I’ve had doctors in my adult life try to prescribe me stuff for my ADD. One doctor in meeting me for about 5 minutes said “You have ADD, you should get on this”. I told him I was good on that.

          ADD can be bad when you are in a classroom but otherwise it’s not that big of a deal. I would guess a lot of people who left their homelands thousands of years ago were ADD types who just got bored and wanted to leave for something more interesting.

    • me

      I’m offended at all of the offended people that are offended by harmless fun…and I’m offended that the people who were the offenders weren’t offended for being called offensive, and by the whole offensive mess. Black people…LOL!

  • Where did all these NAACP civil rights goofballs and AME churches in Phoenix come from all of a sudden? Time was that such things were as rare in Phoenix as hens on teeth.

    Arizona from modern day Phoenix southward was solid Confederate territory in the WBTS.

    • It was Confederate further to the north too.
      Dixie State University in St. George, Utah, which is close to Las vegas, hence the UNLV Runnin’ Rebels.

    • Jefferson

      The NAACP is everywhere, even in cities that do not have a high percentage of Blacks.

      Reno for example has a local NAACP chapter, even though only 2 percent of the population of Reno is Black.

      Reno does not have any predominantly Black neighborhoods, but they have a NAACP chapter. Go figure.

  • ncpride

    a district could be held liable for allowing a racially hostile education environment.

    Well now, ain’t THAT rich! Whites deal with it every day with that ‘privilege’ nonsense and revisionism, but nobody cares about that. However, I find it hilarious that blacks are offended by ‘rednecks’ as if that term has anything to do with them. Oh wait…. I forgot. EVERYTHING is about blacks/browns and their ‘feelings’…….

  • Katherine McChesney

    Blacks are mentally ill.

    • sbuffalonative

      They have the mentality of children which is why we have to coddle them.

  • bigone4u

    In the libtard universe redneck equals racist. The school administrators and the students must have flunked their diversity training classes to allow Redneck Day. The administrators also must not know the hypersensitivity of blacks very well. This overreaction by blacks and the brouhaha shows reasonable people that blacks are whiners and complainers who will never be satisfied..

  • WhiteBurnsBright

    Black people choose to let everything bother them.

    • Bandmo

      No, they are forced to.

    • Bill

      Because we choose to let them, and play into it. As long as it keeps working, they will keep doing it.

    • KevinPhillipsBong

      …but it pays so well.

  • So CAL Snowman

    So I guess we will be seeing White pastors crying and wailing about Black History MONTH right?

    By the way Mr. Steve Montoya, at the outbreak of the civil war, Union states Kentucky, Missouri, Delaware, and Rhode Island were are slave owning states. Liberals fail yet again.

  • NYB

    It can be argued that MLK , Malcolm X, ‘black culture’, Kwanzaa, and ‘black history month’ in schools make for a racially hostile education environment.

    What will it take to have this pointed out?

    • “What will it take to have this pointed out?”

      A bayonet.

  • MikeS

    “I’m sitting here crying and praying,”

    What, no singing?

    • rightrightright

      When I read this emotional goop, for some reason I thought ” OK, but can you change a plug?”

    • Erasmus

      And sweating. You know she be sweating.

  • Dave4088

    Blacks would get offended over a lunar eclipse. The blacks who were offended can take a flying leap, but I don’t understand why whites would organize an event like “redneck day” that insults and demeans only themselves. Do blacks organize a n*gger day? Of course, come to think of it, they don’t need to.

    • Freey’all

      They were trying to ‘appropriate’ or sort of ‘own’ their own stereotyping; maybe a white has to call themselves that to even hint that they still identify through some white culture, yet still we have blacks crying victim.

    • “Do blacks organize a n*gger day?”

      Since we read the statement “I’m sitting here crying and praying” in the article, the answer is “Yes, 365 days per year.”

  • The__Bobster

    When members of the student council at an Arizona high school organized a schoolwide “Redneck Day” and encouraged classmates to dress—and spoof—accordingly, they hoped to build school spirit leading up to prom week.

    Why are the eggplants mad? These idiots are trashing Whites, not them. Of course, the media masters say it’s okay to offend White people.

  • LastBastionOfHope

    Even the liberal well of tears is drying up now. Blacks are angry that they fail at every aspect of life except sports, so they take every opportunity to lash out at whites even if it doesn’t make sense. The real “racists” here are the blacks ASSUMING that white people from the country are automatically in the KKK. They go against everything MLK stood for, then they worship him. They are cognitively impaired on average. Why can’t we talk about this? Being cognitively deficient on average as a race has a ton of implications. It affects segregation laws, pouring money into inner-cities, and profiling for police. If you don’t think blacks are cognitively deficient by in large, go to and look at the videos they put up and their comments.

  • thoughtcrime

    The long and short: White racial solidarity, even in only in parody is offensive and hostile to non-whites thus…must be forbidden. However, racial solidarity expressed by any non-white group is to be wholeheartedly encouraged and supported, especially by whites, without reservation as the pinnacle of tolerance and “enlightenment”.

  • K

    Being offended is extremely lucrative nowadays, if you’re the right color.

    • Paleoconn

      The homegrown ‘made in the USA’ microaggression industry is alive and well. Which is just as well, give every other industry has been sent overseas.

  • crystal evans

    Get a life. Heritage not hate. And I am Asian and I support the right of Southern whites to celebrate their Southern heritage. Besides, I think rednecks are cool people.

  • Glickstein44

    Maybe i am confused,but i think the only people who should be offended by “Redneck Day” are Whites and their southern yeoman ancestry who was called this derogatory racial insult by rich White plantation owners and negroes…they used the derogatory term “redshanks,” “redlegs” which were forerunners of the “redneck” racial insult current today.

    • Paleoconn

      Black people are offended because they didn’t think of it first. You see it’s racism for Whites to do the hating of Whites on behalf of blacks. It’s basically saying they are not up to the task, and that, we all know, is racism.

  • brengunn

    These people are dumb as…. fill in the most dumb thing you can think of and you’ll still be underestimating their idiocy.

    Jesus, I don’t even live in America and I know enough to know that anything called ‘redneck day’ is going to be a big joke, with rednecks being the punchline.

    And again, this is the cognitive abilities of a community leader!

  • Unperson

    The Confederacy represents the horrible institution of slavery

    The phrase “Da turble, turble legacy of da slabery” is one used a lot these days in the comments section at SBPDL. Congratulations to Mesa, AZ’s Rev. Ozetta Kirby on using sincerely almost the same words that race-realists use sarcastically. Congratulations also on coming up with the name “Ozetta” which I must admit is a new one on me.

    Bottom line here is this:

    Whites dress up as black stereotypes? Das rayciss!

    Whites dress up as white stereotypes? Das rayciss!

  • Room101

    The drumbeat of Hate and stamping-out of White people shall continue.

  • George

    Oh, dear. A redneck day offends the darkies.

    Interestingly enough, the article is completely silent on how such caricatures demean whites. Encouraging students to wear denim dungarees, straw hats, checked flannel shirts, chew tobacco, sit on the ricketty rocker on the front porch with four or five pick-up trucks on blocks in the front yard…bad teeth, ain’t got me no school learnin’…we are aware of the stereotype.

    Now, imagine encouraging students to have a ‘ghetto day’, or a ‘sombrero day’, or a ‘warpaint’ day. What would the reaction be? The hue and cry would resound across the land — as it has done for (white) frat parties.

    Ironically, even when whites are being belittled, the blacks still feel entitled to how horrible it makes them feel — probably because they didn’t come up with the idea themselves.

  • George

    Incidentally, Ozetta is listed in the white pages in Queen Creek, Ariz.

    The contact e-mail for the church is available at if you’d care to send a polite message informing the pastor the error of her ways. You may also suggest that their ‘Lay Day Celebration’ on Sunday 12 June should be renamed, as the term may reinforce stereotypes about black sexuality.

    Here are a couple of general talking points:

    – The day was demeaning for whites, not blacks. It encouraged students of all races to think of whites as low-intelligence hillbillies. All students, not just the one who wore the Stars and Bars.

    – There are far better ways for the ‘advancement’ of colored people than to belittle whites. As a prominent member of the NAACP and as a pastor, she should be mindful that it’s better to build up, rather than tear down.

    • An avalanche of well-meaning, well-written criticism won’t change this “Ozetta” person’s views at all. She knew it was kids having fun that hurt nobody at all, unlike black “fun” like the torture, gang-rape and murders on Chipman Street in Knoxville.

  • J B

    I don’t care if it is a direct attack on Blacks. How many blacks slaves are there in America today
    (0%). How many white slaves are in America today, (100%). I am sick and tired of hearing about damned slavery 148 years ago. Todays blacks have no idea regarding slavery but use it to intimidate whites. It is time we removed the yoke and teach blacks a real lesson.

  • J B

    And the Jew’s owned 80% of the ships that transported the negro’s to America.

    • Joe Mack

      And 100% of the national TV news media today, despite being only 2% of American population.

      If the Chinese or the Russians or Indians controlled 100% of the media most Americans would question it. But if you dare mention that they are jewish, you will get an incredibly emotional reaction.

  • GeneticsareDestiny

    “Most offensive to Kirby and others was that one student chose to wear a Confederate flag—for many a grim reminder of slavery and segregation.”

    Good. I wish all the students would have worn Confederate flags. Whites’ right to free speech does not simply end because it upsets blacks.

    • Freya

      Tell that to Elena Kagan. She’s already handed down decisions pre-SCOTUS, that consider free speech only protected until it ‘hurts someone.’

      • Paleoconn

        She also recently went on record wishing for a SCOTUS composed entirely of women.

      • PesachPatriot

        This is pretty ridiculous…the first amendment was not written to protect safe speech like “puppies and kitties are swell” it was intended to protect provocative, harsh, strident, controversial, blasphemous and inflammatory speech. The right to free speech doesn’t include the right to not be offended….the only way words can hurt someone is if a bunch of them are in a book that falls on or is thrown at someone’s head. If hurtful speech becomes illegal than everyone in this country will probably have to learn sign language or the jails will be full to capacity within a week.

  • rightrightright

    Any expression of white identity is now deemed racist. Any acknowledgement of white history and achievement is now deemed racist. Any show of mild self mockery, a purely white habit, is now deemed racist. Coming soon – white people breath in and out. That’s racist.

  • PesachPatriot

    This reverend sounds like an overgrown cry baby. She wouldn’t last a day with her own demographic in rwanda, somalia or nigeria. If they have such a big problem with the stars and bars why does the majority of the black population still choose to live in the 13 states of the former confederacy? They have been free to move to 37 other states where they would be unlikely to ever see that flag unless they were flipping channels and came across dukes of hazzard reruns on TV. If it weren’t for the men who flew that flag she wouldn’t be here….try telling the janjawid slave traders in the sudan that their flags are hurtful and insensitive and watch them howl with laughter as they cut your fingers off one by one and throw them to jackals.

  • Bobby

    OH, I see. The civil rights attorney, Steve Montoya, gave his O.K on the whole thing because students have a First Amendment Right to free speech and to wear a Confederate flag. “But, HE WARNED,(my emphasis) that the line between free speech and harassment is easily breeched and said a district could be held liable for allowing a racially hostile education environment.”
    That’s good to know. However, what I’d be interested in knowing, is how the legal Eagle Mr. Steve Montoya, feels about the racially hostile envirnoment that school districts in Arizona and elsewhere have allowed, by teaching about the reconquista, European-Americans sins, and all the rest of the stuff La Raza, Mecha, Lulac, and Maldef and a hundred other hispanic ethnic interest groups have been pushing in school districts. I wonder if Mr. Montoya has “warned” those districts?

  • cadmium

    There are no Confederate flags in Africa. Just book a flight and never be traumatised again…

    • Paleoconn

      I believe there is one flag with an AK-47 on it. Sounds like such a lovely place. Perhaps they can relocate there.

      • Correct. This is the flag of Mozambique.

      • Persona Non Grovel Do you think the Russian guy’s face should be on the Mozammbican flag instead? To the witch doctors with a 22 IQ, this guy was master of the universe.

        • Paleoconn

          Good idea. They probably think one of their own invented the gun.

  • Erasmus

    “I’m sitting here crying and praying,” said [Reverend Ozetta] Kirby, whose grandson Marcus Still is a 16-year-old junior at the school.

    Let me guess: She’s 5′, weighs 200 lbs. and goes through a box of cornstarch in a week, cause she sweats a lot, sort of a female Al Sharpton but with bigger ti**ies. We’ve got real problems in this country, and she’s worried about a school prank? No wonder Treyvon and LaShanda can’t read. Look what they’ve got for role models.

  • ograf

    I wonder how many schools teach blacks that they were first stolen, by other blacks , and sold to westerners by other black village chiefs. They enslaved blacks before anyone else did. I wonder how many schools actually teach that. None I bet.

    • Paleoconn

      Or if they teach that White countries were the first to abolish slavery.

      • Guest

        Too bad that Whites ever abolished slavery. We are now paying for it. They should have been shipped back to Africa FIRST and then set free.

  • Paleoconn

    I’m actually against this display of White ‘identity’, but not for the reasons these blacks are. Redneck, white trash, cracker, hillbilly, hayseed, these are all words that people use with no lashing from the speech police. Working class Whites are the last ethnic group whom we are not allowed to ridicule and humiliate, but encouraged to.

    • I’m neutral on this, simply because it got the local NAACP crying and praying to Jeebus and genuflecting and making messes in their pants until they took a break for malt liquor and pork rinds.

      The element of irony here is delicious: southwestern white high school students from Arizona were making fun of stereotypes of southeastern whites, whereon the area blacks immediately and whole-heartedly lived down to stereotypes of them known to the whole nation, from sea to shining sea. Not out of any arranged plan, either, but because that’s just the way blacks really are.

      Jeff Foxworthy makes fun of “redneck” stereotypes as well; I find him hilarious. Most of the genuine working class whites I know don’t really fit those stereotypes, either. For instance, I know only one fellow who actually removed the muffler from a new pickup truck, just to make it louder. The same individual admits, though that he actually has on occasion been too drunk to fish. I figure he’s a statistical outlier.

      I fit some working class white stereotypes as well, even with an MS degree in chemical engineering. When I see plywood laying in the road, I stop and get it if traffic conditions make it safe to do so. Unlike this Ozetta Kirby (why are they always “Reverend”?) NAACP agitator and “community organizer”, I have enough capability for introspection that I don’t take myself too seriously. If I really wanted to laugh at myself, I’d start calling myself “Reverend”.

      • Jane Johnson

        I’ve watched every Blue Collar Comedy Tour video with Foxworthy and his buddies (Ron White is my favorite), and have never heard anything racial or about blacks in any of their routines. Plenty of redneck stuff, though. The whole concept is a white thing, but diversity uses it as an excuse to remove yet another word from our vocabulary whether it concerns them or not. Nietzsche’s writings on slave morality and the control of language make interesting reading on this subject.

  • capnmorgan5150

    Well, it’s official. Blacks are just a bunch of mewling babies.

  • Morris LeChat

    as a whole, blacks lived better as slaves on plantations than they have ever lived as free people supporting themselves. They are not capable of providing for themselves.

  • LHathaway

    making fun of whites. . is another attack people of color and especially blacks. They’re victims always, forever and no matter what.

    Responding to other comments – blacks run america. if you don’t know that yer possibly soon to be fired.

  • FourFooted_Messiah

    Alberta redneck and proud of it.

    But not a duck hunter. Or a hunter of any type.

    As far as ducks go, my god, I used to see them paddling happily around on my sewage lagoon. Why would anyone want to eat such filthy things? Even pigs have cleaner habits when allowed to choose!

    Ugh, I’ve seen them swim around on town lagoons, too. Bloody things are SO gross.

  • LHathaway

    “Do blacks organize a n*gger day?”

    It’s pretty obvious ‘redneck’ is a racial slur. And it’s one racial slur that seems about the nearest corollary to the ‘N’ word.

    • Well then, it seems eminently fair that we are entitled to use “redneck” and “cracker” with other white friends, but the use of these terms by nonwhites should never be tolerated by us.

  • Will

    “‘I’m sitting here crying and praying,’ said [Rev. Ozetta] Kirby”

    Cause every tang harks back to de turrible turruble legacy ob de slabery, an ah can’t stand it no longa.

  • IstvanIN

    EVERYTHING is about blacks. EVERYTHING.

    • The fellow playing “Humans versus Zombies” with the red bandana was a case in point. It never occurred to the blacks who accosted him that he might have some reason for wearing it that was totally unrelated to black gang culture.

      • IstvanIN

        Absolutely. They are like three year olds, except three year olds eventually mature and can frequently be reasoned with.

    • Guest

      Or about MEXICANS!

  • rebelcelt

    !!we know what they fear so lets do it more often!!

    I went to school with a bunch of Rednecks, we did not fear them and would throw down with them. Our school was roughly 50/50 black white.

    • Always throw down. I always did, even with the FBI. I’ll never be forgiven for that, but I’m glad I did it.

  • BantuDoubter

    I am subjected to “Black History Month” every year, which reminds me FIRST HAND, of being harassed by blacks as we had to walk thru the projects to get to high school when there was a train strike.

  • Jebus

    Cut em jack


    Time for some Alabama Wind Chimes……..