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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.

Saturday, March 1, 2014

Former Gilberton PA police chief & patriot militia group fruitcake Mark Kessler has "reality" show named "3 Percent Boots on the Ground"

There are John Birch Society fruitcakes that think the United Nations Agenda 21 sustainability plan is a secret plot to impose socialism on the United States by way of the redevelopment plans of planning commissions in small towns. And then there are assault rifle armed fruitcakes wearing body armor training in the bushes that believe the same thing:

Guess he's unemployable so:
Another fake "reality" show, this one starring Former Gilberton, Pennsylvania Police Chief Mark Kessler in his role as the leader of his personal anti-government militia group:
 "3 Percent Boots on the Ground"
“Secretary of State John Kerry, that piece of shit traitor. Who is he to decide what we can and can’t own?” Kessler says in one clip where he argues in support of gun ownership. “And fuck the UN. Who are they to decide what we, the American people, can own?” the disgruntled officer asks.
Pennsylvanians ask feds to help disarm intimidating small-town militia
Published time: August 06, 2013 20:38


"The group will train monthly and require members, who are vetted by Kessler, to supply their own fatigues, combat boots and body armour. Mr Kessler, 42, from Pennsylvania, said: 'Basically it's just a group of people who believe in the country, the Constitution, and what our founding fathers enacted.' Despite Kessler gaining Internet fame for his rants against the government and gun control, he said the group does not advocate insurrection. 'My group is not affiliated with that in any way,' he said. 
'It has nothing to do with overthrowing the government, as some people would like to believe." 
Mark Kessler has set up a group 3 Percent Boots on the Ground
It already has a few thousand members according to the former officer
Mr Kessler gained Internet fame for his rants against the government
However, he said the group does not support insurrections

PUBLISHED: 04:57 EST, 25 February 2014 | UPDATED: 05:07 EST, 25 February 2014

“But nearly four years later, if there were any questions still remaining about what the Oath Keepers really are, an event the group has planned for this weekend should lay them all to rest. Starting on Friday at the Farragut State Park outside Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, the Oath Keepers are hosting the Northwest Patriots and Self Reliance Rally. The lineup of participating allies is revealing. 
There will be a workshop on colloidal silver — a substance that many on the radical right believe is a cure for all kinds of ailments that the government has kept secret from the people. In fact, the substance has no known medical use and, if used with the frequency that some radicals do, turns human skin blue. 
There will be seminars on Agenda 21, a United Nations sustainability plan that has no legal enforcement mechanisms or requirements, but that the radical right is convinced is a secret plot to impose socialism on the United States. 
There will be representatives from the John Birch Society — a primary proponent of the Agenda 21 conspiracy theory, the idea that fluoridation of water is a Communist plot, and the charge that President Dwight D. Eisenhower was a Communist agent. Also scheduled to attend are Sheriff Richard Mack, a long-time darling of the antigovernment “Patriot” movement who has been encouraging county sheriffs to resist federal gun laws, and Chuck Baldwin, a far-right pastor and “constitutionalist” who moved to Montana several years ago to battle the incursions of the federal government. 
Also featured will be training sessions on hand-to hand combat, nighttime military patrols, survival firearms, and preparation of “bug-out bags” — all of these an obvious reflection of the radical right’s obsessive fear that the government is about to move against the American people, seizing their guns and ending liberty. 
“If you’re concerned about the future of America, if you’ve awakened to the peril facing our American heritage, our Judeo Christian way of life and the very existence of our future as a nation, if you realize the importance of preparing for an uncertain future and striving for a self-sufficient lifestyle, then there will only be one place to be,” a promotional radio advertisement about the rally says...:
"Most recently, Mark Kessler, a self-described Oath Keeper and police chief in tiny Gilberton, Penn., formed a paramilitary militia group called the Constitutional Security Force to fight against proposed gun control legislation. Few knew of it until this week, when Kessler posted a profanity-laced video online that got wide attention. 'Fuck all you lib-tards out there,' a heavily armed Kessler says in the video. 'As a matter of fact, read my shirt,' he says, turning around to show the camera a T-shirt printed with the words, 'Liberals take it in the ass.”

HATEWATCH – Keeping an eye on the radical right
By Ryan Lenz on July 25, 2013 - 3:27 pm,
Posted in Antigovernment, Extremist Propaganda, Patriot Groups

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