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Public Corruption in Chester County, PA

I believe an unlikely mix of alleged drug trafficking related politicos and alleged white nationalist related politicos united to elect the infamous “Bloc of Four” in the abysmal voter turnout election of 2005. During their four year term the drug business was good again and white nationalists used Coatesville as an example on white supremacist websites like “Stormfront”. Strong community organization and support from law enforcement, in particular Chester County District Attorney Joseph W. Carroll has begun to turn our community around. The Chester County drug trafficking that I believe centers on Coatesville continues and I believe we still have public officials in place that profit from the drug sales. But the people here are amazing and continue to work against the odds to make Coatesville a good place to live.

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Republicans- forced to choose between right wing autocratic government of Bannon/Trump or Constitutional Democracy

Republicans need to decide who they are:

The Republican Party has a horrifying problem. The Republican Base fully supports Trump. 

"Everyone is horrified by Trump’s response to Charlottesville, except the Republican base. The good news from a CBS News poll released today is that the president’s appalling response to the domestic terrorist attack in Charlottesville is deeply unpopular with the American public as a whole. The bad news is that among the subset of voters that Trump cares about most, his base in the Republican Party, he’s doing fine. 

Overall, 55 percent of the population disapproves of how Trump handled Charlottesville, and only 33 percent approve. But among Republicans, these numbers are flipped, with only 22 percent disapproving and 67 percent approving. Among Democrats, the numbers are 82 percent disapproval and 10 percent approval. Among independents, it is 53 percent disapproval and 32 percent approval." 

Jeet Heer 
Senior Editor

'Bigotry seems emboldened. Our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication,' Bush declared.



Sunday, October 15, 2017

Does the GOP Base think white terrorists, Nazis, KKK and Alt-Right terrorists are on the righteous side of murder?

When it was only the JBS, Pat Sellers, Sahas & KKK leader David Wayne Hull in Chester County PA, I could keep up. 

Pat Sellers financial support came from a few Chester County billionaire/multi-millionaire John Birch Society people. 

I thought the JBS was just a fringe group in the Republican Party. 

Back in 2005 the Republicans I worked with were not racist, anti-Semites and certainly not pro-Nazi and I assumed that this was true of most all Republicans. Most Republicans would disapprove of Pat Sellers racism and anti-Semitism. 

Then Donald Trump came along. When Sellers pegged the Republican base voters as racist/anti-Semites he was right on the money.

Terrorism and Pat Sellers

In his “From the Desk of Patrick Henry Sellers” column on “The Coatesville Recorder” Pat Sellers recommended reading the books of William Pierce. One of his books “The Turner Diaries” inspired Timothy McVeigh.

Sellers was a Coatesville School Board member at the time. 

I think Pat Sellers isn’t a terrorist, he’s a politician. Pierce had written “The Turner Diaries” but Pat didn’t specifically recommend reading “The Turner Diaries” and Timothy McVeigh hadn’t yet blown up the Murrah Building.

Pennsylvania Skinhead/KKK

In the 1990s there were Skinheads who had cross burning ceremonies along the Perkiomen Creek in Northwest Montgomery County, PA. They did some bomb making, harassed people and financed themselves by selling drugs. When they decided to expand into bank robbing they were arrested. 
The Skinhead/KKK/Nazis feared the Perkiomen Trail would stop their cross lighting ceremonies, it didn’t. There’s still occasionally a burning cross along the Perkiomen. 

There were people in our area who wanted to be terrorists and kill people but in most cases they were arrested before the killing started.
"They look like us. They sound like us. They are us," said Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas P. Hogan Jr., assigned to coordinate investigations and prosecute cases with the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force. 
Klansman faces sentencing on weapons, bomb charges 
By GINA ZOTTIUpdated: on 02/25/2005

In 2006 it was only John Birch Society white supremacists like Pat Sellers, drug dealers and a few KKK & Skinhead wannabe terrorists in the Coatesville, PA area that I believed were a concern. 

In 2009 “Department of Homeland Security, Daryl Johnson called attention to the threat of far-right extremist groups -- and sparked a political firestorm in the process.”  His small group of intelligence officers analyzing domestic terrorism was shut down by the Republican Party. I believe the Republican Party understood that people Daryl Johnson called ‘terrorists” were supported by Republican Party base voters. 

Daryl Johnson’s report said in part:
"A recent example of the potential violence associated with a rise in rightwing extremism may be found in the shooting deaths of three police officers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on 4 April 2009.  The alleged gunman’s reaction reportedly was influenced by his racist ideology and belief in antigovernment conspiracy theories related to gun confiscations, citizen detention camps, and a Jewish-controlled “one world government.” 

“Edward Perkovic, a friend of Poplawski, said the gunman feared "the Obama gun ban that's on the way" and "didn't like our rights being infringed upon". Perkovic also stated that Poplawski "didn't like the Zionists controlling the media and controlling, you know, our freedom of speech" and that "He didn't like the control of the guns that was about to happen. He believed everything our forefathers put before us and thought that it was being distorted." Another longtime friend, Aaron Vire, said that Poplawski feared President Obama was going to take away his rights.[18] 

Poplawski posted that he believed that "the federal government, mainstream media, and banking system in these United States are strongly under the influence of -- if not completely controlled by -- Zionist interest. An economic collapse of the financial system is inevitable, bringing with it some degree of civil unrest if not outright balkanization of the continental US, civil/revolutionary/racial war . . . This collapse is likely engineered by the elite Jewish powers that be in order to make for a power and asset grab."[19][20] 

On March 13, 2009, Poplawski wrote on a white supremacist website that "ZOG (Zionist-occupied government) is... One can read the list of significant persons in government and in major corporations and see who is pulling the strings. One can observe the policies and final products and should walk away with little doubt there is Zionist occupation and -- after some further research & critical thinking -- will discover their insidious intentions.”[21] 
2009 shooting of Pittsburgh police officers

It appears that the Republican Base believes that white terrorists, Nazis, KKK and Alt-Right terrorists are on the righteous side of murder.

“Earlier this week, Donald Trump described white nationalists who marched with torches intended to evoke the Ku Klux Klan — while chanting phrases borrowed from literal Nazis — as “very fine people.” He then suggested that the white supremacists who rallied in Charlottesville to defend the honor of men who fought to keep dark-skinned people as slaves — and the counterprotesters who gathered to defend the equal dignity of all human beings — were equally to blame for the weekend’s violence (which included one member of the first group plowing a car through members of the latter).

“Finally, the president made it clear that, when comes to the substance of the dispute between the neo-Nazis and the government of Charlottesville, he sides with the skinheads.

Republican elites — and a majority of the American public — were horrified.

But the Republican base was not. A CBS News poll finds that 67 percent of GOP voters approved of Trump’s response to the attack in Charlottesville, while 82 percent of Democrats, and 53 percent of independents disapproved. Although part of the survey was taken before the president’s inflammatory Tuesday press conference, that spectacle did little to dampen Republican enthusiasm for the president’s handling of the matter: Among GOP voters who were interviewed after Trump called white nationalists “very fine people,” 66 percent said he’d done the right thing.”


Eric Levitz August 17, 2017 6:31 pm

AND, the love affair with Nazis is not only a U.S. Republican Party one nighter. Nazis are popular in Europe and Russia again. 

Just today the Nazis (FPÖ) made a come back in Austria.

by Boris Groendahl October 15, 2017, 2:47 PM EDT

There’s a constant barrage of stuff like this:

This one is really frightening:

“The Army's Edgewood Chemical Biological Center at Aberdeen Proving Ground has placed an engineer on administrative leave after a civil rights organization accused him of having ties to white supremacy groups.” 

"There's no question that Stortstrom is very much a part of the racist white nationalist scene, as well as an up-and-coming young GOP operative," the SPLC wrote. "But it is Stortstrom's top-security clearance job at the U.S. Army research facility on the Aberdeen Proving Grounds [sic] in Maryland that is really raising eyebrows." 

The allegations against Stortstrom appear to have come to light after he arranged for the Route 40 Republican Club to host Matthew Heimbach, the controversial founder of a White Student Union at Towson University.” 

Army engineer put on leave for alleged white supremacist ties

AND THEN there is our Pennsylvania Republican Party Chairman Val DiGiorgio:

"The president was not wrong to point out what the media has failed to point out," that counter-protesters also "came for a battle" in Charlottesville, said Pennsylvania Republican Chairman Val DiGiorgio. 

DiGiorgio stood by the "many sides" comment Trump made immediately after the clash in Virginia, in which a car was driven into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing a woman. The president was criticized harshly by Republicans and Democrats because he didn't immediately denounce the white nationalist groups.

Over the groans of some, Republican National Committee votes to condemn white supremacists
Associated Press

One half of Republicans and nearly all of the Republican Party base have a white supremacist, Nazi/Skinhead value system. Pat Sellers was right all along. 

People that I believed were on the fringes of society were actually make up at least 1/2 of Republican Party voters. You find Republicans who support Skinhead/Nazis wherever you look. 

Some of them will pick up an assault rifle and kill until they are stopped.

Keeping up with right wing terrorists gives me a frapping brain freeze headache. 

Factoring in time for video production, family (grandchildren) 

and my cat, I can’t keep up. 

To cheer myself up and look back to a time when Nazis were not considered patriotic Americans I watch movies like this, It’s on Amazon:

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

GOP will vote for silencers and armor piercing bullets. Eric Frien could've shot more PA State Troopers with them.

"Frein is accused of killing State Police Cpl. Bryon Dickson and wounding Trooper Alex Douglass in an ambush on the Blooming Grove barracks on Sept. 12. Police found a diary entry, his AK-47, two homemade pipe bombs and several campsites, they but hadn't been able to capture him until Thursday." 


Eric Frein Was Dedicated to Killing Cops: Pennsylvania Police - NBC News
The NRA would have us believe that deer wear flack jackets. 

Armor piercing bullets and silencers are for use by assassins, like anti-government terrorist assassin Eric Frein. 

"This week, a vote is going to the floor of the House of Representatives that would loosen restrictions on gun silencers and armor-piercing bullets. It’s not hard to learn about how millions of N.R.A. dollars have spread throughout Congress to influence that vote." 

New York Times 
Rosanne Cash: Country Musicians, Stand Up to the N.R.A. 

[Report No. 115–314, Part I]

To provide for the preservation of sportsmen’s heritage and enhance recreation opportunities on Federal land, and for other purposes.

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Melanie Palmas of Coatesville PA wrote: “Trump tax plan is a much-needed relief” without disclosing her PA-GOP job

Ms. Palmas of Coatesville did not disclose that she is a "Personal Assistant to Renee Amoore" Deputy Chairman of the Republican Party of Pennsylvania. 
I live within my means. I have a small family with 2 kids, a wonderful husband, and a lovely house. I am employed by a non-profit in Coatesville, PA, a city that I have grown to love. My family rarely goes on vacation, but instead we enjoy each other’s company and make do with the things that we have been blessed with. 
At times, our family has struggled to make ends meet. Instead of looking for loop-holes in “the system” to survive, my family wants tax relief! As a middle class American…" 


Trump tax plan is a much-needed relief

“Personal Assistant to Deputy Chair Renee Amore


Friday, September 22, 2017

Trudeau vs Pussygrabber Trump AND In Canada healthcare is a right

"As an American citizen you may be interested to know that Canada welcomes (even encourages) you to consider becoming a permanent or temporary resident of Canada. 
Many Americans are able to qualify for a Canada Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visa under the economic stream of immigration – either the Skilled Worker Category or the Business Category of Canadian immigration. 

A Canadian Permanent Resident may become a Canadian Citizen and receive a Canadian Passport after four years. Canadian citizenship is voluntary and you would not have to relinquish your U.S. citizenship, if you do not wish to. Both Canada and the United States permit dual citizenship." 


A Message for American Citizens 
We receive many inquiries from American citizens about the possibility of Canadian immigration.

"Medicare (Frenchassurance-maladie) is the national health care system of Canada. Canada has a publicly fundedsingle-payer health care system consisting of 13 provincial and territorial health insurance plans that provides universal health care coverage to Canadian citizenspermanent residents and certain temporary residents. It is administered on a provincial or territorial basis, within the guidelines set by the federal government.[1] The formal terminology for the insurance system is provided by the Canada Health Act and the health insurance legislation of the individual provinces and territories." 

Medicare (Canada)

Several of my family members will need to emigrate if the Cassidy/Graham "health care" bill passes. CALL 202-224-3121

I have family members with pre-existing conditions. The Cassidy/Graham puts lifetime caps on pre-existing conditions. Many of my family members will need to emigrate, most likely to Canada to stay alive.

My wife and me are in our 70s. Unless we die quickly, like almost everyone we will be relying on Medicaid for at home nursing care or institutional nursing care. Cassidy/Graham kills Medicaid.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Several of my family members will need to emigrate if the Cassidy/Graham "health care" bill passes. CALL 202-224-3121

I have family members with pre-existing conditions. The Cassidy/Graham puts lifetime caps on pre-existing conditions. Many of my family members will need to emigrate, most likely to Canada to stay alive.

My wife and me are in our 70s. Unless we die quickly, like almost everyone we will be relying on Medicaid for at home nursing care or institutional nursing care. Cassidy/Graham kills Medicaid.

More US citizens — yes, citizens — are seeking refuge in Canada

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