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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.

Monday, December 16, 2019

I saw the Chester County Republican Committee changing to a racist anti-government extremist group in 2004

I tried to warn the Chester County Democratic Committee about Pat Sellers and the Saha Farm thing in Coatesville. 

Friday, July 7, 2017

Back in 2004 I couldn’t imagine that Donald Trump would explosively move the growing white supremacy antisemitism & anti-government extremism i could see in our local Chester County Republican Committee to mainstream state and national Republican Party policies. 

This Washington Post opinion article below is about the domestic politics side of the growth of fascist/racist ideology in the Republican Party.

There is also a multi-nation growth of fascist/racist ideology in Europe, India & Southeast Asia. That's for another post.

“Certain questions haunt many of us who care about the nature and future of the Republican Party. Is the GOP as it currently appears — defined by white identity and excited by cruelty and exclusion — really the way it has always been? Does Trumpism represent a hostile takeover of Republicanism or its natural outworking?”

Mason, Wronski and Kane found that support for the Democratic Party is associated with warmer feelings toward African Americans, Hispanics, Muslims and LGBT people. This type of “in-group love” is what you’d expect. “Put simply,” said the authors, “when you like the people who make up the party, you like the party.” 

The results concerning the GOP were more mixed, but similar. Warmer opinions about whites and Christians in 2011 predicted later support for the GOP — the Republican version of “in-group love.” 
But hostility toward African Americans and Hispanics did not drive future Republican support (though negative feelings toward Muslims and LGBT people did have limited predictive value). 

Support for Trump, in contrast, was strongly associated with “out-group hatred” of African Americans, Hispanics, Muslims and LGBT people. “In every case, the people who felt hostile towards Democratic groups in 2011 are most likely to be Trump supporters today. The same cannot be said of Republican partisans.” 

What to make of these distinctions? “In-group love” of whites and Christians for other whites and Christians is hardly a noble political motivation. “Love your white neighbor as yourself” doesn’t have quite the same moral ring to it.” 


Which is worse, bigotry or cowardice in the face of bigotry? 

Michael Gerson

Saturday, December 14, 2019

I saw a guy wearing a yarmulke shaking hands in front of the Clock Tower Building in Coatesville, PA. I thought NO you idiot, this is Chester County PA. A yarmulke is a target here.

On the same day I watched this video from the New York Times:

“So artificial intelligence is a study of how to make machines behave intelligently, which means acting in a way that will achieve the objectives that they’ve been given. 

And recently, I’ve become concerned about the use of A.I. to kill people.” Stuart Russell. He was an early pioneer in artificial intelligence. He’s also been warning people about its potential danger for years. 

“So a killer robot is something that locates, selects and attacks human targets.” 

Stuart says we’re not as far from something like this bee-sized drone. He imagined one, and made a movie that he hopes will freak you out. 

In Stuart’s movie, we see swarms of them armed with explosives set loose on their targets. “The main issue is you’re creating a class of weapons of mass destruction, which can kill millions of people, just like a nuclear weapon. 

But in fact, it’s much easier to build, much cheaper, much more scalable, in that you can use 1 or 10 or 100 or 1,000 or 10,000. Whereas with a nuclear weapon, it’s sort of all or nothing. It doesn’t destroy the city and the country that you’re attacking. It just kills all the people you want to kill, all males between 12 and 60 or all males wearing a yarmulke in Israel.” 


Friday, December 6, 2019

Trump is a mirror reflecting “Jews will not replace us”

If Clinton won, Anders Breivik & Robert Bowers would have killed. Nazis would blossom in Russia, Europe, America & India. 

The GOP to Nazi pendulum would strike harder, ring louder with a President Hillary. 

Friday, June 26, 2015 
Will Republicans stop pandering to White Supremacists and risk losing to Tea Party candidates? 

Republicans were caught wallowing with the same people as Charleston shooter Dylann Storm Roof. 
57 top Republicans donated to group that inspired Dylann Roof's Manifesto of killing black people:
I'm astounded that the worldwide seismic shift to Nazi style fascist government remains unnoticed in the corporate press. 

Stephen Miller is the main event in the Trump Administration. Miller will not resign:  
Stephen Miller linked immigration to violence in emails to Breitbart News – writing of crimes committed by nonwhites that “each one [is] more disturbing than the next.”