In 2005 I told the Daily Local News editors that the new City of Coatesville city council promoted by Pat Sellers and the Sahas would fire Coatesville Police Chief Dominick Bellizzie. They said that couldn't happen.
I told them that then Chair of the Chester County Republican Committee Area 14 Richard Legree would be put in some sort of controlling position in the Coatesville PD by the city council promoted by the Sahas, Pat Sellers and Andrew Lehr.
The people at the DLN didn't laugh out loud, but they smiled at me.
Richie talked about being Coatesville public safety officer. We discovered by way of a Philadelphia Inquirer article that then Philadelphia Lt. Joel Fitzgerald said Coatesville City Manager Harry Walker wanted Richard Legree as a Lieutenant on the Coatesville PD.
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.
I 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.
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
The Chester County Planning Commission Landscapes is based on the United Nations Agenda 21. The redevelopment of Coatesville and older Chester County towns is part of the Chester County Landscapes Plan.
A 3rd. grade reading level and six pack a day habit is not required to believe this stuff. Some highly educated and wealthy people believe this nonsense, some of them are Chester County residents:
Listen to John Birch Society President John McManus:
“And we’ve reached a lot of people to the effect that communities that have been enticed to joining the Agenda 21 program. Usually not talked about as Agenda 21, something else, sustainable development or some environmental type name. We’ve persuaded a lot of communities to get out of it and have these U.N. self operators who come into the community, never tell you that they’re working for the United Nations. Get out of here. We don’t want you. We don’t want your programs.”
MORE ABOUT THE “PROPERTY RIGHTS / WISE USE” MOVEMENT AND “AGENDA 21” BELOW
The other side to the efforts of Pat Sellers was that Richard Legree, then Chairman of the Chester County Republican Committee Area 14 which included Coatesville, wanted a controlling post in the Coatesville PD. There allegedly was a very widely held view between numerous FBI and other law enforcement people that Richard held a high position in the illegal drug business in SE. Pennsylvania.
I believe that when Lt. Fitzgerald of the Philadelphia PD was interviewed by Harry G. Walker at the King of Prussia Mall for the position of Coatesville Chief of Police, Walker was accompanied by Richard Legree. I think Lt. Fitzgerald said Walker demanded that Fitzgerald appoint Legree as his first Lieutenant or Assistant Chief. Lt. Fitzgerald said “would not hire Legree due to his ‘checkered’ background”. I think that Lt. Fitzgerald may have been referring Legree’s conviction of selling 145 bags of heroin and a separate conviction of selling nine bags of heroin to undercover agents in Coatesville in1975.
Thursday, February 5, 2009
Some previous actionsof Coatesville Police Chief Matthews and Coatesville City Manager Harry G.Walker:
The Daily Local News editors didn't believe what I was telling them. The only thing I missed was the arson fires. When Legree's associates, Andrew Lehr, Ernie Campos, Pat Sellers and the figurehead PD Chief Matthews allowed Legree to supervise the downsizing of the Coatesville PD. The drug business (Legree’s drug business?) was good again. And the arsonists saw an opportunity.
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.
Robert Mercer who bankrolled the Ted Cruz campaign is a believer in the U.N. Agenda 21 conspiracy. Mercer is now Donald Trump's sugardaddy. Expect to hear Donald Trump talk about the United Nations creating concentration camps.
“Regulatory takings is by no means the only component of the Wise Use legislative agenda. Other items include measures to free states from federal laws unaccompanied by federal largesse (termed "unfunded mandates") and to turn portions of the public lands over to the states--an old Sagebrush Rebellion demand finding new support among Congressional "devolution" (a new term for "states' rights") advocates. However, "takings" represents the single most comprehensive Wise Use assault on our ability as a society to check the worst excesses of corporate capitalism. Moreover, "property rights" has become a bridge issue linking Wise Use with other right-wing movements. In the Northwest, the multi-state network of the Oregon Citizens Alliance--best known for its campaigns to deny civil rights protections to lesbians and gay men--has declared "property rights" to be one of its top priorities. At the national level, the Christian Right cable television network, National Empowerment Television, broadcasts Wise Use specials on property rights, and in turn, Wise Use publications promote NET as a source of news and commentary. With this expanding base of support, takings may prove to be not only one of most onerous components of the Wise Use agenda, but one of the most viable.”MORE HERE:
"The demonization of Agenda 21 began among extremist groups like the John Birch Society, the same outfit that was effectively ejected from the conservative movement after accusing President Dwight D. Eisenhower of being a communist agent. The Birch Society and an array of other radical-right groups see Agenda 21 and virtually all other global efforts as part of a nefarious plan on the part of global elites to form a socialistic one-world government, or 'New World Order.'
To listen to such groups, Agenda 21 will lead to a 'new Dark Ages of pain and misery yet unknown to mankind.'It is 'a comprehensive plan of utopian environmentalism, social engineering, and global political control,'the 'most dangerous threat to America’s sovereignty' yet. It will 'make our nation a vassal' of the UN, result in 'the destruction of our lives,' force rural areas’ “population [to be] decimated,' and lead to having '90% of the population murdered.' The end, these critics all agree, will be the imposition of “a collectivist world government.'
Agenda 21 is not a treaty. It has no force of law, no enforcement mechanisms, no penalties, and no significant funding. It is not even a top-down recommendation, seeking instead to encourage communities around the world to come up with their own solutions to overpopulation, pollution, poverty and resource depletion. It is a feel-good guide that cannot force anyone, anywhere, to do anything at all.
Yet Alabama has passed a law meant to outlaw any effects of the plan. The legislatures of Kansas, New Hampshire and Tennessee all passed state resolutions condemning it. Similar needless laws have been approved by one chamber of the legislatures in Arizona, Missouri and Oklahoma. And political fights over it have broken out in at least half a dozen other states and countless local communities.
The fears generated in such places are ridiculous to the point of utter absurdity, but they have had an important real-world impact. In communities like Carroll County, Md., politicians have been voted out of office for supporting local plans. In Baldwin County, Ala., all nine members of the Planning and Zoning Commission quit in disgust after the County Commission killed their plan “on a pretext so devoid of relevance and merit as, in our opinion, to elicit only ridicule,” as they wrote. Prominent politicians like former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) have contributed to such outcomes as they denounce the plan that Cruz has claimed would “abolish” golf courses and paved roads.
Virtually none of the outlandish claims about Agenda 21 are true. Yet, as with all such baseless propaganda, the hysteria over it has had the effect of poisoning any kind of rational discussion of the very real challenges we face — challenges that are essential to tackle head-on in an increasingly complex and stressed world.
It’s time to finally call out the conspiracy theorists. The politicians who spread falsehoods about Agenda 21 and its effects need to be shamed by other politicians, by editorial boards and other commentators, and by the citizenry at large. The business community and organizations like the Chamber of Commerce, which know better, should speak out publicly about the real purposes and usefulness of planning and sustainability. The media needs to stop reporting on Agenda 21 as if it were a bona fide controversy and plainly state the facts about the plan. And communities around the country, some of which have abandoned work on sustainability plans because of the heat, need to be encouraged to return to or start to develop such plans in tandem with responsible groups like the American Planning Association."
SPLC Southern Poverty Law Center
Agenda 21:The UN, Sustainability and Right-Wing Conspiracy Theory