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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.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Poor Coatesville, the 1/2 Black Town that was Manipulated by a White Nationalist JBS Chapter Member

“I've been a member of the John Birch Society for almost 20 years and have been a chapter leader since the early 90’s. I’m not on their paid field staff, so I speak to you today not on behalf of the Society, but as one who firmly believes their mission statement of “Less government, more individual responsibility and with God’s help, a better world”, to be the best philosophy to live by.”
Patrick Sellers, from his “Abolish the Income Tax” speech 4/15/2009 Chester County Ron Paul Revolution 2012

Why does a community with excellent transportation facilities in the middle of one of the most wealthy and economically thriving counties in the United States stay poor while communities all around it are relatively thriving?
It’s not just an established drug gang that held Coatesville back. Phoenixville also had an established drug gang.
I think one major reason for the City of Coatesville’s lack of success is that one of it’s native sons is a John Birch Society conspiracy theorist, American Renaissance reading white nationalist. Not just any white nationalist but one who should be respected for his intelligence, people skills and political acumen.
Patrick Henry Sellers was manipulating Coatesville’s government and school district for decades as a Coatesville Area School Board member and prominent Chester County Republican Committee member.
Mr. Sellers is a proud, “John Birch Society Charter Member” and avid reader of American Renaissance Magazine.
believe almost single handedly Pat Sellers managed to manipulate the editorial staff of the Daily Local News, many Chester County public officials and much of the population of Chester County into believing that he was heroically defending the property rights of a poor Chester County farmer from a despotic Coatesville City government.
The John Birch Society’s conspiracy theory is that the United Nation’s Agenda 21 for a sustainable future is really the U.N. plan to overrun suburban small town America, revitalize them into more urban towns, substitute cars with public transit and finally make the United States part of the United Nations world government.
I believe Mr. Sellers took that JBS conspiracy theory and disguised it as an easy to swallow big city government taking a small farmer’s land.

Intelligence Report, Spring 2014, Issue Number:  153

“Yet, to the American right, Agenda 21 is a sneak attack on the sanctity of private property, another footfall on the long march to One World Government that is destined to darken our bright skies with black helicopters. It is an UN-inspired conspiracy that seeks, in the words of the archconservative John Birch Society, which is at the forefront of the opposition to Agenda 21, “to curtail your freedom of travel as you please, own a gas-powered car, live in suburbs or rural areas, and raise a family.”…

In recent years, Agenda 21 has become an effective rallying cry, organizing tool and bludgeon that right-wing groups have been using to beat back local sustainable growth and anti-sprawl initiatives, including everything from bike paths to smart meters on home appliances. The attacks have caught city councils, planning commissions and smart-growth advocates across the country off guard, leaving them scrambling to mount a defense.” 

Pat Sellers allegedly worked along with Harry Walker and Andrew Lehr as far back as 1998. 



POSTED: September 15, 1998

I think Pat Sellers crowning achievement was the “Bloc of Four” Coatesville City Council and the Walker Administration. 

As an experienced campaigner Mr. Sellers publicized the "Bloc of Four" election and selected candidates. 

That Coatesville City Council and City of Coatesville government that made Coatesville a popular item on the  Stormfront white supremacist website as the black community that nearly burned itself down.

American Renaissance Magazine 
Vol 11, No. 7 July 2000 
"Sir — Jared Taylor missed the mark completely in his article on Elian Gonzalez in the June issue. One would think that since the liberal Washington Establishment was going against one of its usual constituencies (the Cuban community), Mr. Taylor would realize that racial consciousness had little if anything to do with what is happening. By narrowly focusing on what is at most a side issue, he fails to see the big picture. 
The globalists in Washington don’t give a hoot about Elian, and are probably delighted that conservatives like Mr. Taylor focus on the race issue...  
Mr. Taylor also fails to realize the dangers in letting Reno and company get away with the enormous abuse of federal power their early-morning raid represents. Just because it was a Cuban household the feds smashed their way into does not make it any more acceptable to true constitutionalists."
Pat Sellers, Coatesville, Pa. 
 American Renaissance archives
American Renaissance magazine
Vol 11, No. 7   July 2000- The War on White Heritage

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