Saturday, June 18, 2016

CM PRESS # 440

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(Whites are somehow to blame and are the real danger, no matter what!)
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Typical double standard.
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Nina M. Lozano Reich at a City Council meeting

Nina M. Lozano Reich seems to be obsessed with me.  

She's written similar things about me that she tries to insert in various threads that I have no part of.

I'm not a member of the Costa Mesa Facebook page and have never posted there. I've never even met Reich or talked to her or corresponded with her. 

 Also, I'm not a White Supremacist.  

In fact, I've written columns about the fact that no humans are supreme (read superior) to other humans; simply because that is not the way evolution works.  

Who is supreme, a race horse or a plow horse?  

Well, if it's about racing, the race horse has the adaptations for that, if it's about pulling a heavy plow for hours on end, the plow horse has the right adaptations. It works that way with humans also.

Learn to use words correctly, Reich. Words have meanings.

In the segment  below which was under a thread claiming that a city council candidate has no qualifications, Reich and this guy Allen Saul seem to be agreeing and seem to be of one mind. 

Saul is the guy who argued with me on the Costa Mesa Public Square Facebook page against my proposal that there should be a White Legislative Caucus up in Sacramento to join the Black, Latino, Asian-Pacific Islander and Jewish Legislative Caucuses. (For your convenience and edification I've put my column about having a White Legislative Caucus, down below.)

When I repeatedly asked Saul if he was represented by one of those existing caucuses, he refused to directly answer the question and played coy.  One has to wonder if Nina M. Lzano Reich might also be represented by one of those existing caucuses.  If  Reich or Saul want to reply, come on over here to this blog or post over on CMPS. 

Nina M. Lozano Reich Thank you, Geoff West. In addition to her glaring absence of credentials, her ethos is absent. She booted me for criticism of counsel majority politics , while one of her friends who publicly posted peoples' addresses remained. She has booted too many people to count who disagree with the Council majority. She also provides a safe haven for Martin Millard (known White supremacist) , and his "gang."
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Allen Saul I welcome the opportunity to let Mr. Millard expose his own POV. Pretending that those with his opinion do not exist, or being unwilling to confront them, is not helpful.
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Mario Smith How much does this job pay?
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Allen Saul I think Marty gets his cut from book sales.
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Nina M. Lozano Reich Allen Saul white supremely ok, anti-council majority not. That is the reality. Your argument would only stand if ALL voices would be allowed to circulate. That is not the case. Hence, no "public square."
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Allen Saul I can't speak for the reasoning or wisdom behind the ejection of anyone from CMPS. I've read stuff from trolls at CMPS *and* its competitors that sound like an attack rather a discussion.
At some point an administrator has to decide whether the troll is simple trying to waste their time and trash someone else's discussion or to ignore it....See More
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Be sure to click on the links in this column below to get the full picture of why Whites need a White Caucus!  We need politicians looking out for OUR interests.

by H. Millard

It was recently announced that State Senator Marty Block, (D-San Diego), started the Legislative Jewish Caucus and that this caucus will also form a political action committee to raise money for Israel-friendly candidates. Block told the press that the Legislative Jewish Caucus "isn't a religious based organization.  We see this as an ethnic organization."  This statement was presumably made to both forestall Muslims from starting a Muslim Legislative Caucus and also to head off complaints that the Legislative Jewish Caucus is breaching the wall between religion and state.

At any rate, the Legislative Jewish Caucus, as an ethnic/racial organization, now joins the  Asian Pacific Islander Caucus, the Legislative Black Caucus and the Latino Legislative Caucus.

These caucuses work, sometimes behind the scenes and out of public view, to represent the interests of their ethnic/racial  groups.  They write legislation and take other actions on behalf of their particular ethnic/racial groups even though the people they are acting on behalf of may not live in their districts. In other words, unlike the traditional American political notion that people elected to public office represent a specific geographic area, these ethnic caucus members represent "their people," no matter where they live in the state.

An example of what the members of these ethnic/racial caucuses do was presented in the Daily Pilot recently in a story about State Assemblyman Roger Hernandez, a member of the Latino Legislative Caucus, who has authored a bill that would force cities such as Costa Mesa to end city wide voting and replace it with district voting.  District voting is a scheme that will lead to gerrymandered districts in Costa Mesa, in an attempt to include Latino voters in certain districts and exclude White voters from the districts.

On the welcome page of the Asian Pacific Islander Caucus we read this:  "[T]he Caucus was founded in 2001 and serves to represent and advocate for the interests of the APIA community...."

On the Website of the Latino Legislative Caucus we read: "The Mission of the California Latino Legislative Caucus is to identify, promote and advocate on behalf of the professional, educational, social, political and cultural interests of the Latino Community."

And, on the Website of the Legislative Black Caucus we read"The continuing mission of the CLBC is to provide our unwavering commitment and support to our goal of achieving full inclusion of our state’s Africans American residents in every aspect of California life – from education and employment to housing and health to commerce and government services."

So, there you have it.  Four ethnic/racial organizations all advocating for the interests of their people.  Who advocates for White people?  No one.

Now, some who haven't kept up with the news may say that a White Legislative Caucus isn't needed because Whites are in the majority in the state.  Actually, we're not.  Latinos have ether reached numbers parity or have exceeded the size of the White population.  Some others may argue that Whites are not an ethnicity, but a race, and that we shouldn't lump the various White ethnicities (or people who originated in many different European nations) together under one rubric such as White.  Well, the Asian Pacific Islander Caucus lumps various Asian and Pacific Islander populations together, and the Legislative Black Caucus is based on race.  

I'll ask and answer this question once again:  Who represents Whites and White interests?  No one.

It's time to change that.  Will we now see some White legislators start a White Legislative Caucus?  Probably not.  Why?  Because Whites have been so brow beaten about race that it seems many are even afraid to order a gallon of white paint at the hardware store lest they be called racist.  The result of this racial intimidation that Whites have undergone for years is that Whites are left without any real representation for their particular interests (and we have many) in the state legislature.

Those timid souls who are so brow beaten that they run from the word "white," can simply use the term European-American if it makes them feel more comfortable.
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BTW--I write to be read.  So, if anyone is interested in my writings on the so-called human condition, there are hundreds of my columns and essays on the Internet and you can also buy my books if you want. They're on Amazon, etc.
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  1. Americans for Prosperity, The Christian Coalition, the Koch Foundation, the John Birch Society, the Heritage Foundation, Citizens for Congressional Reform, the Cato Institute, FreedomWorks, the Tea Party, Noble Associates, just to name a few, support White interests nationwide and most certainly funnel money into California politics.

  2. The groups you cite are not legislative caucuses.


CM PRESS # 106

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