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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, July 20, 2017

It's a beautiful day! Got me an angry look and End Times sermon. GOP & Sessions End Times

When I said what a beautiful day to a farmer selling stuff at a roadside stand in Montgomery County, PA, I got a sermon on how there are no beautiful days on earth. He began preaching about the "End Times".  I think this happened in pre-Millennium 1999.  

During the next 19 years the “End Times” went from a Republican Party fringe belief to a central part of GOP politics. 

The Republican Party's most unwavering supporters are Evangelical Christians who fervently believe Jesus is coming back any day now.

Besides $T in arms deals, Christ coming back to Jerusalem, bringing Christians to heaven with him, then cremating any Jews who don't convert, is why Republicans support Israel. 

When Attorney General Jeff Sessions, in his top-secret speech to a hate-group, said, it's not "the government’s job to immanentize the eschaton,” he was reciting Republican Party boilerplate, Republican Party boilerplate not yet ready for the general public.

According to Evangelical Christian Republicans, life on earth is supposed to be all misery all the time just like the farmer selling stuff at the roadside stand said. 

The wealthiest .01% and those guys sword dancing around the orb can enjoy all the earth’s beauty they can grab. That’s Republican Party boilerplate too.

American Prospect
America Glimpses the End Times in the Age of Trump

JULY 19, 2017


Saturday, October 29, 2016

The Seattle Times 
Donald Trump, the herald of evangelicals’ end times
Originally published September 30, 2016 at 4:12 pm Updated September 30, 2016 at 5:25 pm

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Killing the City of Coatesville RDA is back. Which environmental racism company waits in the wings?

Some Coatesville City Council members are talking about scrapping the RDA. 
To me that means some company specializing in putting toxin-spewing factories in Black neighborhoods has found gullible Black politicians in Coatesville with their hands open. 

The former G.O. Carlson Steel Company land dividing Coatesville in half has a business/commercial zoning OVERLAY. 
Every company that builds toxic plants in failing Black towns has Coatesville in its sights.

Heavy industry companies making toxic products constantly look for black towns to locate new plants. They know Whites will not allow their toxic plants in their neighborhoods. Coatesville has been a target since the G.O. Carlson property was sold to the City of Coatesville RDA. 

If the "Bloc of Four" Coatesville City Council would have been successful in scrapping the RDA, ownership of the "Flats" would have transferred to the City of Coatesville. The City of Coatesville is required by law to sell to the highest bidder, and FPL has very deep pockets. there would be a Florida Power & Light gas fired electric generation station on the  "Flats" and Jim DePetris would never have considered building his "Gateway Redevelopment Project". 

In fact an industrial plant spewing toxic chemicals in the center of town would kill any possibility for redeveloping Coatesville.

So far we have seen these proposals for the "Flats" the former G.O. Carlson Steel Company property now owned by the City of Coatesville Redevelopment Authority:

  • A gas fired electric generation plant. 
  • proppant plant (part of the toxic mix of chemicals injected into gas fracking wells) 
  • And a trash to steam plant. 

Thursday, October 7, 2010

I don't know which company specializing in environmental racism is waiting in the wings, but if the RDA is disbanded the City of Coatesville is required by law to sell to the highest bidder. FPL is now a subsidiary of  NextEra Energy, Inc. (NEE)

Would Coatesville have been called "CrakPowerVille"?

Harry Walker and Andrew Lehr planned with Florida Power & Light to build a gas fired electric generation plant. It would sell electricity over Exelon power lines by way of a "Coatesville Power Authority". I would bet that Walker and Lehr would be members of the "Coatesvile Power Authority" that would sell electricity at millions of dollars per hour. 

Allegedly Andrew Lehr blurted out “we can’t do that” when the RDA wanted to proceed with Robert McNeil and Penguin Industries offer to buy the Flats. Lehr allegedly told the RDA in executive session that Walker and he were in serious negotiations with the power plant executives and that revealing it in public would be a breach of confidence.
I believe that those negotiations were blatantly illegal and that Lehr and Walker had no authority to make a deal in secret with RDA property.

Mr. Walker is correct in stating that, "I did not talk to power company officials in my office." The alleged discussions with power companies took place at the "Whip Tavern in Southern Chester County". 
The money in a community power generation plant is not from the taxes they would pay. Tax benefits to communities from these power plants are negligible. The real money flows through a public / private power authority that must be formed so that the power company can sell electricity on their competitors lines.
Would Tim Hennessey have been a member of something that may have been called "The Coatesville Power Authority" along with Harry Walker, Andrew Lehr and Al Baxter.

CrakPowerVille Did PA Rep. Hennessey have a role in the Coatesville Power Plant Plan?


'Just racist': EPA cuts will hit black and Hispanic communities the hardest

Proposal would remove environmental justice office, tasked with bridging gap in pollution in black, Hispanic and low-income areas and wealthier white ones


Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Russia is Christian, White, hates gays, anti-abortion. To GOP base Trump ๐Ÿ’˜ Putin is great. Effect on "Trumpcare"?

Russia is Christian, White, they hate gays, they hate abortion. Evangelicals love Russia. Trump's connections to Russia is all good in GOP Gerrymanderland. 

Do evangelicals and the GOP base voters love Russia enough to support "Trumpcare"?

"To be sure, there are different avenues of Russia’s appeal for both the Religious Right and white nationalists in the U.S. For the American Religious Right, as detailed below, Putin is the foremost defender of nominally “traditional,” and nominally Christian, values. For white nationalists, Putin—via both his illiberalism and anti-Western bent—remains a political polestar, whose authoritarian model should be implemented within the U.S. And such support didn’t arise in a vacuum. Since he returned to the presidency in 2012, Putin has made a concerted effort to establish his country as a center for religious, especially Christian, conservatives throughout the world, most notably for those who oppose any legal or public support for same-sex relationships. This shift has taken the form of legislation that prioritizes the interests of the Russian Orthodox Church, that rolls back abortion rights, and that sidelines attempts within the LGBT community to obtain any kind of societal acceptance. Even Moscow’s ban on Americans adopting Russian children managed to gain support within the U.S.’s far-right, with anti-equality Christian activists praising Putin’s move as one that would prevent children from living with same-sex parents." 
How America's Right-Wing Fell in Love with Putin and Moscow
 By Casey Michel / Right Wing Watch March 8, 2017, 10:18 AM GMT
How does the Trump ๐Ÿ’žPutin affair play in GOP base gerrymander land?

Will it translate into MORE support for "Trumpcare"? 

I think it will. But not all Republicans are in completely safe gerrymander zones. And many Senators are in "purple" states. 

Republicans aren't sure. They're pushing for a vote on "Trumcare" next week.

The Young Turks are taking this seriously, but not seriously enough. White nationalists have been planning for generations. Russia now plays a major part in world wide white supremacy. The Whitehouse is filled with white supremacists. Most of the Republicans in DC are white supremacists. But Republicans are only supporting their white supremacist base. 

Georgetown University

A New Era In American Politics: The Trump Administration And Mainstream Islamophobia - The Bridge Initiative | A Research Project on Islamophobia

Friday, July 7, 2017

There was something evil, in JBS Chapter & ChesCo , PA Ron Paul Meetup leader Pat Sellers eyes. Now I know what it was.

The John Birch Society billionaire and near billionaires of Chester County got their money's worth when they supported Pat Sellers and the Saha "Save our Farm" battle to prevent Coatesville's revitalization. And as the JBS saw it, prevent a United Nations takeover of Coatesville, PA's government that would take our guns away.
Agenda 21: Sustainability? You Mean the New World Order, says John Birch Society 

I spoke to Pat Sellers, a still in the closet in John Birch Society member in 2004, during the Saha “Save our Farm” days in Coatesville.  Not to be religious or superstitious, I saw something evil, something frightening in his eyes. I was not alone.

Nazi leaning racists and anti-government militia supporters like Pat Sellers held back the Libertarian Party. Now the Republican Party and Donald Trump welcome people like Sellers the Nazi Alt-Right and their gun carrying anti-government militia members. 
Former Libertarian Candidate Austin Petersen Opens Up About Libertarian Fascists. VIDEO:

I tried to warn the Chester County Democratic Committee about Pat Sellers and the Saha Farm thing in Coatesville.
Pat Sellers was linked to:
Pat Sellers, his political, and social media skills demonstrated in his takeover of Coatesville's government (the Bloc of Four), his connections to billionaires & millionaires, along with his affinity for things Hitler and armed anti-government organizations linked to Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh appeared dangerous to me. I chose the Chester County Democratic Committee to warn about Sellers because it was the only public forum available to me back then.

I couldn't understand exactly what was happening. Hindsight is 20/20.

"Austin Wade Petersen (born February 19, 1981) is an American producer, writer, political activist, and commentator. He was the runner-up for the Libertarian Party's nomination for President of the United States in 2016, finishing second place to former governor Gary Johnson with 21% of the vote."