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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, January 31, 2017

It’s much worse than most people understand. I think an armed coup might be planned.

The Customs & Immigration Union is linked to Steve Bannon. Individual Customs and Immigration officers are defying federal courts. I believe they are Oath Keepers. 

“As representatives of the nation’s frontline immigration officers and agents responsible for enforcing our laws and protecting our borders, we fully support and appreciate President Trump’s swift and decisive action to keep the American people safe and allow law enforcement to do its job,” the National Border Patrol Council and the National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council said in a joint statement. 

“We applaud the three executive orders he has issued to date,” the unions added, in reference to Trump’s travel ban as well as his orders to construct a wall along the Mexican border and hire 5,000 additional border patrol agents and 10,000 additional immigration officers. “Morale amongst our agents and officers has increased exponentially since the signing of the orders,” the unions reported.

The political leanings of the unions, which both endorsed Trump during his campaign for the presidency, might help explain the extreme reluctance of immigration officers at the nation’s airports to comply with court orders requiring them to give detained travelers access to legal counsel."

More At:

The Intercept 

America’s Deportation Agents Love Trump’s Ban and Rely on Breitbart for Their News 

Robert Mackey 

January 30 2017, 5:43 p.m
It's not as organized as Hitler's take over of Germany but they resemble the variants of the SS and Brownshirts before Hitler’s takeover.

I'm talking about a combination of anti-government law enforcement police and military groups, like  CSPOA,  Peace Keepers, and armed militia groups, even the Bundy's. 

Some of them are retired from law enforcement and the military. Some of them active in law enforcement and the military.

All of these groups are waiting for some signal for an armed takeover of government.  Will that signal come from Steve Bannon?

(Our Chester County Sheriff Bunny Welsh is a founding member of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association. CSPOA)

Southern Poverty Law Center

Intelligence Report: 'Constitutional sheriffs' movement spreads, promotes defiance of federal laws

"CSPOA Board of Directors 

Sheriffs Dean Wilson CA, John D’Agostini CA, Jon Lopey CA, Ron Bruce CO, Brad Rogers IN, Chuck Korzenborn KY, Donnie Smith ME, Billy McGee MS, Christopher Conley NH, Tony Demeo NV, Glenn Palmer OR, Gil Gilbertson OR, Bunny Welsh PA, David Medlin TX, Mark Gower UT, County Commissioner Cornel Rasor ID, Chief of Police Robert Douglas FL 

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112 Ridgewood Dr. Fredericksburg, TX 78624"
Sunday, December 18, 2016

Southern Poverty Law Center

Oath Keepers On Guard at Inauguration of President Donald Trump

Washington Post

National sheriffs’ group, opposed to federal laws on guns and taxes, calls for defiance
By Tom Jackman April 28, 2016 

Southern Poverty Law Center

The Oath Keepers say they’re busy forming armed ‘preparedness teams.’ But what they’re preparing for is pure, dystopian fantasy.


Friday, January 27, 2017

"Constable" Ronny's personal trade war with Mexico in COATESVILLE PA

Ronny Suber and Linda Lavender Norris need to stretch their arms and salute Hail Trump to survive in this new Republican sea.

"Constable" Ronny's Used Car blocking Mexican Grocery Store at Suber's Shopping Center Coatesville, PA. 

One of the "Constable's" cream puffs is in front of the Mexican Grocery Store.

"Constable" Ronny's van is permanently parked in the first space in his sister's shopping center. 

Coatesville police responded to a disturbance about a blue van driving around with someone yelling through a megaphone on Nov. 7 around 1 p.m. Downingtown Mayor Josh Maxwell, a Democratic candidate who sought the 74th District state House seat against Republican state Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. in the Nov. 8 election, advised police that the van driver had reportedly followed him. Maxwell advised the responding officers that he had previously reported a similar incident, according to the police report. Ronald R. Suber Sr. advised police that he only yelled to encourage people to vote, according to the report. Maxwell told police that he had reportedly been verbally berated numerous times by Suber, the report states. Police cited Suber, 56, of Coatesville, for harassment and violation of the city noise ordinance. 

Coatesville police responded to the 800 block of Olive Street on Nov. 8 around 10:34 a.m. for a noise complaint. Upon investigation, police said they found Suber driving around reportedly yelling into a megaphone. Suber was cited again for a violation of the city noise ordinance, according to the police report.
Coatesville police cite man for an election-related noise complaint 

FROM MY  Wednesday, January 14, 2015 Harry Lewis Coatesville Office? post:

Is Harry Lewis going to use the Suber’s van as his Coatesville office?

This van has been parked in the grocery store parking lot since November 5, 2014.

I doubt that the grocery store management wants it there. But Ronny Suber is a big wheel in at the Coatesville City Council meetings. 

And he’s got connections at the Commonwealth now. 

In just about five years the Republican Party has drastically changed. The Republican Party of Richard Legree-Theodore Rubino / Frank Rizzo - Angelo Bruno is gone. Replaced by Christian, Nazi, Alt-Right, fanatics and the corrupt billionaire, authoritarian dictatorship of Donald Trump. 

Here in Coatesville, Ronny Suber and Linda Lavender Norris are in limbo. They're floating on vestiges of the dead and gone Legree / Rubino and Rizzo / Bruno Republicans. See: 
Police, Politics, Corruption: The Mixture Dangerous to Freedom and Justice 
by Colonel Frank McKetta Pennsylvania State Police (Author)

Suber and Norris are hold-overs from the organized crime southeast Pennsylvania Republicans of the Twentieth Century. They’re floating in the Nazi smelling sea of today's Republican Party. The Police Industrial Complex, Evangelical Christian for-profit public schools Republican Party of Harry Lewis and Betsy DeVos

Ronny Suber and Linda Lavender Norris need to stretch their arms and salute Hail Trump to survive in this new Republican sea. A few black people such as Ben Carson are stretching their arms and saluting Hail Trump. I don’t think Ronny Suber and Linda Lavender Norris are capable of that. 

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Steve Bannon, Trump’s 24/7 advisor, gives the Alt-Right power. In person they're clowns, frightening clowns

Donny Trump's top White House advisors are Nazis. Donny seems to like Nazis, maybe Trump is a Nazi. But most people like to see Nazis punched in the face. 

Nazis are trying to blend in, to seem harmless:

Clownish harmless Nazi:

BrĂ¼no Gehard Flamboyantly gay nazi played by English comedian Sacha Cohen

Clownish but extremely dangerous Nazi:

"Alt-Right"  Breitbart Technology Editor Milo Yiannopoulos 

Nazis and Skinheads were once scary looking:

"Recruited into the neo-Nazi movement in the 1990s, Smith has been active in an array of white nationalist, skinhead and neo-Nazi groups. He co-founded the Pennsylvania racist skinhead group Keystone United (formerly Keystone State Skinheads) in 2001, one of the largest and most active single-state racist skinhead crews in the country... 

Smith and two other KSS members in March 2003 were arrested in Scranton, Pa., for beating Antoni Williams, a black man, with stones and chunks of pavement. Smith pleaded guilty to terrorist threats and ethnic intimidation and received a 60-day sentence." 

Steve Smith, a longtime racist leader, was elected to the Republican Party county committee for Luzerne County, Penn., for a second time yesterday.

More on Keystone United (Keystone Skinheads):

Matthew Heimbach, head of the white nationalist and anti-Semitic Traditionalist Worker’s Party, has always been a movement gadfly. Neo-Nazis, racist skinheads, Klansmen –– there hasn’t been a racist or nationalist group with which he will not ally –– no matter what. But a fixture at Hammerfest? 
SPLC Southern Poverty Law Center 

Hate, Hypocrisy, and Head Wounds: Matthew Heimbach At Hammerfest


Heimbach is "against political correctness, democracy, and equality". Finally Heimbach came back. He was elated. The meeting had gone well, he said. In a room full of GOP operatives and state legislators he had been introduced as “the next president of the United States.” 
When the White Nationalists Came to Washington

Nazis are blending in, becoming normalized. They're not scary looking now. Some look like clowns, but they're deadly clowns.

The Alt-Right Nazis would only be a joke if not for President Trump's Nazi Alt-Right 24-7 advisor and speech writer, Steve Bannon. Nazi white nationalist political groups are gaining in popularity and are blending with normal politics in many countries including all of Europe.

"Eventually, violence did strike. An antifascist protester was shot during one of the many small melees that broke out during the evening. Police said a 34-year-old man was seriously wounded by the gunfire and was in critical condition at a local hospital after undergoing surgery. 
A man earlier identified as a “person of interest” in the case – described by the Seattle Times as an Asian man in a black leather coat with a maroon shirt underneath – turned himself in to police later and was arrested along with a man who accompanied him to the station. Both were later released without charges. 
Afterwards, Yiannopoulos and Breitbart News, where he is a celebrity editor, attempted to cast his supporters as the martyrlike victims in the shooting. However, Hatewatch’s eyewitness version of events is precisely the reverse: The shooter was a Trump-supporting man who had been acting as a provocateur in the crowd all night, while the victim was an anti-fascist liberal who had been acting as a peacekeeper in the moments before he was shot." 

SPLC Southern Poverty Law Center
Alt-Right Event in Seattle Devolves Into Chaos and Violence Outside, Truth-Twisting Inside
The Seattle Times
Shooter sent Facebook message to Breitbart’s Milo Yiannopoulos before gunfire at UW protest, police say

 The Whitehouse Nazis
"During his inaugural address, Trump said 'America First' is the “new vision [that] will govern the land.' The phrase 'America First' was popularized by a 1940s isolationist, anti-Semitic group that opposed America’s entry into World War II. Bannon’s ex-wife accused him of anti-Semitism. 

The closing ad of Trump’s campaign — presumably edited under the aegis of Bannon, who was Trump’s campaign CEO — included dog-whistles about 'blood suckers”'who back international trade, a scheming global power structure,' and warnings about how Hillary Clinton allegedly 'meets in secret with international banks to plot the destruction of U.S. sovereignty.' These comments drew a rebuke from the the Anti-Defamation League for featuring “tropes that historically have been used against Jews.” 

Trump’s bleak inaugural speech was actually co-authored by a white nationalist

Alt-Right Nazi, Steve Bannon appears to be Trump's Kissinger. 

"Welcome to the Fourth Reich": Legendary Actor Harry Belafonte on the Election of Donald Trump
At 0:35:

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Le Pen-Koblenz meeting-75th anniversary of the 1942 Wannsee Holocaust Conference WeWillMakeOurCountriesGreatAgain

The Koblenz meeting was intended to strengthen connections between Europe’s populist parties – including Le Pen’s Front National, the AfD, Italy’s Northern League, and the Freedom Party (PVV) in the Netherlands.

Geert Wilders, leader of the PVV, had promoted the meeting on his Twitter feed, using the hashtag #WeWillMakeOurCountriesGreatAgain – a nod to Trump’s promise to “make America great again”.

The comments were timed to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the 1942 Wannsee Conference, in which the Nazis formed the plan that led to the Holocaust.

The Guardian 

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Could marijuana stop my tremors?

I'm typing this with stiff fingers swollen to double size because the barometric pressure is down. The coffee cup sits to the left of the keyboard. 

Nerves are permanently damaged in my right arm. 

I dreamed of making porcelain teeth, shaping a maxillary bicuspid. I kept saying "I helped a lot of people.", to someone. When I woke I thought maybe marijuana stops tremors. So I Googled it.

Spinal cord stenosis in my neck ended my career as a dental ceramist. It also stopped me from walking, but most of the walking part came back after surgery. I'm left with a permanent tremor in my right arm and constant pain, mostly in my neck. 

I'm looking forward to marijuana dispensaries in Pennsylvania.  

"To understand why CBD helps tremors, one has to understand CBD. CBD is a cannabinoid found in both Hemp and Marijuana. It’s not psychoactive. It does not get you high. It is the compound that got labeled the “medical compound” of Marijuana and Hemp. Marijuana strains such as Charlotte’s Web, Harlequin and ACDC contain high CBD. For people not wanting the THC, smoking Marijuana isn’t a great option. Products that contain only CBD work just as well, if not better than products that also contain THC. 

The human body contains receptors that recognize cannabinoids. CBD works on both the C1 and C2 receptors. This means that when one takes CBD, it goes straight to work. The body is able to recognize CBD because it is natural. Since CBD works on both C1 and C2 receptors, the brain is able to tell the CBD where to go. The brain is aware what nerves, joints, muscles, and so on is damaged and not in correct working order. When the receptors receive the CBD, it takes the molecule information and sends it to the areas in need. An example is a control group of ten people all with the same disease. Everyone can take CBD and have it work on different things for each of them. No two human bodies are exactly the same, so they do not react to things the same...

Among other things, CBD is an amazing natural anti-inflammatory. This means it goes to work on the muscles and tissues and calms them. The immediate relief is the pain. Then the CBD goes to work on repairing the damage. Taking CBD either by tincture, a cream or a vape allows the CBD to get into the body and do its “magic”. Being able to take CBD in different ways allows people to use it when and where they need it.

A tincture taken sublingually, taken under the tongue and swallowed. This allows the body to absorb it through the digestive system. Using a cream can help take down muscle inflammation. Most CBD creams are a “topical”, which affect the first few layers of skin. A vape liquid can be great, because it can it is used in an E Cigarette. Often times it is mixed with nicotine, which can help people quit smoking. Vaping CBD can be easy, when inhaled it goes to work.

When it comes to tremors, CBD helps because it calms the body. There are many videos on the internet right now of people with tremors taking CBD. The result is amazing. Within a short amount of time it is obvious that the CBD calms the tremors. With the relief of the tremors, one is able to live their life better. People are able to carry on their daily activities without the annoyance of the shaking. While it seems that CBD is just relieving the tremors, it is actually doing much more.

CBD is taking down the inflammation of the nerves, while also repairing them. Studies like the 2014 CBD Brazil study, shows significant improvement over time. People in the study had damaged nerves. After taking CBD the nerves were beginning to repair. The study also showed receptors in the brain firing that had not fired in years, due to damage from disease. This was after taking CBD on a consistent daily basis for a six month period."



Penn Live

Monday, January 9, 2017

FDR, a brilliant leader with a big heart. Republicans plan to unravel all that Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt did.

Newt Gingrich brags that Republicans are coming for everything FDR accomplished
It’s a “great effort to break out of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt model.” - Newt Gingrich

I believe that his fight with polio forged determination and compassion into Franklin Delano Roosevelt and made him the man he was. 

Eleanor Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt took a government that looked down on the people and made it respond to human needs.

Warm Springs Historic District
Roosevelt’s Little White House State Historic Site
and Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation 

Republicans want to take away Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security, the 40 hour work week, child labor laws, and public education. I don't believe that is possible in a democracy. I believe only a feared dictator can make the Republican Plans happen. 

"former House Speaker Newt Gingrich told an audience at the Heritage Foundation that “this is the third great effort to break out of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt model.”...  

"So what is this “FDR model” that Gingrich finds so odious? Roosevelt took office amidst a catastrophic depression, but he also assumed power at a time when a conservative majority on the Supreme Court choked off progressive legislation, especially laws intended to protect workers. These rigid limits on governance, FDR proclaimed a month before he accepted his party’s nomination to be president, would hobble the nation’s ability to extract itself from the Great Depression.   
“The country demands bold, persistent experimentation,” Roosevelt told the graduating class of Oglethorpe University. “It is common sense to take a method and try it: If it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But above all, try something. The millions who are in want will not stand by silently forever while the things to satisfy their needs are within easy reach.”   
Some of these experiments were flops. Others were smothered in the cradle by conservatives on the Supreme Court. But Roosevelt’s experiments also provided workers with a minimum wage and a right to unionize. And he signed the Social Security Act, which didn’t just provide a safety net to the aged and the unemployed, but which also laid the foundation for health legislation such as Medicare and Medicaid.   
Roosevelt’s experiments brought modern liberalism into being in the United States, and they helped liberals prove that their model works.   
Early signs suggest that Gingrich’s predictions that Roosevelt’s legacy could be undone should be taken seriously. Republicans in the House hope to cut Social Security benefits by 20–50 percent. Speaker Paul Ryan’s plan to voucherize Medicare would drive up out-of-pocket costs for seniors by about 40 percent. Then he’d cut Medicaid by between a third and a half. At the very least, Republicans are serious about gutting the safety net that Roosevelt began to weave in the 1930s.   
Of course, Trump did say he would resist such efforts when he was a presidential candidate, but now that he is president-elect, he is stacking his cabinet nominees with Republicans broadly sympathetic to Ryan’s agenda and publicly trying to mend fences with the sitting House speaker.   
Trump, in other words, appears to have pulled a bait-and-switch on his voters. He promised them a kind of racist populism, hostile to minority groups but defensive of social welfare programs that most Republican base voters hold dear. And now he appears poised to slash those programs instead." 
Gingrich brags that Republicans are coming for everything FDR accomplished 
It’s a “great effort to break out of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt model.” 
Dec 14, 2016 
Ian Millhiser 
Justice Editor, ThinkProgress.  

Author of Injustices: SCOTUS’ History of Comforting the Comfortable and Afflicting the Afflicted imillhiser@thinkprogress.org

Mussolini and Hitler came to power during a terrible economic crisis. Until Germany declared war on us, Republicans believed that a strong man fascist government like Mussolini’s or Hitler’s was needed to get the United States back on it’s feet.
Roosevelt made a new way to prosperity named “The New Deal” that maintained democracy in the United States and eventually most of the world.

Now Wall Street banksters are gloating at the Laissez-faire permission Republicans have given them to go wild on our economy.  It’s likely that a repeat of the 2007 economic collapse is coming.

Edward Snowdon exposed the constant surveillance the follows us in our daily lives. President Obama has the possibility of terrifying control over our daily lives, but doesn’t take advantage of the mostly technological surveillance of everyone’s daily lives that now exists.
Trump seems to be a modern day clone of Mussolini but he is a notorious failure. Everything Donald Trump touches turns to dust.
Will Donald Trump be the most feared dictator the world has ever known or is he a phony, a “Wizard of Oz”?

Whatever happens, if arrests of journalists begins or if his entire administration collapses like a house of cards, we need to make sure the Republican Party takes the blame.