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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.

Friday, May 13, 2016

Face-to-face talks with right wing extremists molded my political views.

I have a slightly different view of politics than almost any other Chester County Democrat.  

When I see Confederate flags on homes in Chester County PA I wonder about the weapons and ammo buried in the yard. I have a viewpoint of politics developed by face-to-face experience with right wing extremists.

Miami Herald 
If Trump loses, get ready to duck
  • What will be the radical right’s response if their candidate loses?
  • Trump supporters revel in victimhood and entitlement. Anger could worsen if he loses
  • Terrorism from the rightist fringe, already a problem, could get worse

The Republican's election of Donald Trump is mostly an inalienable reaction to wealth inequality. 

Wealth inequality is painful to people who were once middle class and now poor and unemployed. Those with good jobs know they are one injury or one sickness away from losing everything they have.

The rage of Trump supporters is only in part a racist, xenophobic reaction to our diversity. 

The racist, xenophobic beast inside the Republican Party was cultured in the petri dishes of Republican Think Tanks, most of them supported by the Koch Network.  That racist, xenophobic beast is now out of the control of the Koch Network and the Republican National Committee.

There is some hope of changing wealth inequality if Bernie Sanders brings a landslide of Democrats along with him. A change in wealth inequality could mollify some of the justifiable anger of ordinary people.

If either President Clinton or President Trump takes office the justifiable anger of ordinary people stays and grows. And the racist, xenophobic rage of the extreme right remains and grows.

I see the Confederate flags on the porches in Coatesville and those that wave in the rural areas of Chester County and I assume there is a stockpile of arms and ammunition in the basements and backyards of those Confederate flag homes. I assume the people in those homes might someday act out their violent dreams as a lone wolf terrorist.

Income inequality is the fuel that anti-government militias and Nazi-skinheads feed on. 

Republicans have stoked the flames of their once extremist fringe so it now engulfs the Republican Party. And no matter who is president we will be burned by that extremist fire. 

Easily obtainable high volume rapid-fire handguns and assault rifles are the weapons of choice for U.S. domestic terrorists.

Right now we only call them terrorists if they are Muslim Americans.

Republicans shut down the Homeland Security domesticterrorist investigative group when its existence was leaked. So now law enforcement is very careful not to call domestic terrorists, terrorists. 

Christian anti-government terrorists are now "misguided", "survivalists" or "insane". Calling them terrorists insults Republicans.

But at some point, maybe one large domestic "Christian" terrorist attack or many all at once and even Republicans will call them terrorist. If that happens our government with all its surveillance ability and weaponry will be used to protect us.

It has already begun with the arrests of the Bundy terrorists. The poor soul ant-government "cowboy" that was killed had no cows on his ranch and lived on government subsidies caring for foster children. But he was ready to die in a shootout with the government.  He's a martyr now. He can take his place beside Timothy McVeigh.


When I was a local government official in Montgomery County, PA I dealt with racist skinheads and their cross lightings along the Perkiomen Creek and some of the incidents they caused. 

Many locals that live along the Perkiomen have marijuana-growing operations in their back yards. The racist skinheads are also drug manufactures and sellers. The Perkiomen Trail threatened the big money maker of the racist skinheads.

My children saw this cross burning. I believe it is separate from the skinhead cross lighting ceremonies:
May 22, 1997|The Morning Call

As a public official in Coatesville I dealt with John Birch Society anti-government white nationalists.

Chester County Landscapes is based on the U.N. Agenda 21. Growing new populations and building in walkable towns like the City of Coatesville instead of growing new tract houses in the cornfields of Chester County allows farming to continue and a local sustainable way of life to continue in Chester County.

The redevelopment of Coatesville is part of the plan to preserve those rolling hills of Chester County from suburban sprawl. See, Chester County Landscapes

Former Coatesville resident  and John Birch Society Chapter Leader Pat Sellers believe "Chester County Landscapes for developers, municipalities and others to promote sustainable living practices" is part of a United Nations Agenda 21 plot to take our guns away and put us in concentration camps, see: If you lived in Coatesville in the early 21st Century you are a casualty of the “war on environment”


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