Monday, June 7, 2010

Phoenix Rising Rally full of Racists and Liars and Bears, Oh My!

PNT reports:
The cranks are all here in this video of the June 5 Phoenix Rising rally by videographer Dennis Gilman: Russell Pearce, Joe Arpaio, and lesser known wackjobs such as "Chemtrail Chelene" Nightingale, "Loopy Lupe" Moreno, self-loathing, wannabe white-boy Ray Herrera, and black apologist for slavery Ted Hayes.

Gilman braved aggro, racist bikers to get the material for this one. They were all over him at one point like beetles on a wet Jolly Rancher. The guy should have a bodyguard to do the work he does. Remember, his only weapon is his camera. Why do they attack him? Because with that camera, he shines a light on the nefarious deeds of nativists and neo-Nazis. And like it they do not.

Lump it up, racists. It's the truth.


Vicente Duque said...

This is false : "Vox Populi, Vox Dei", the voice of the People may be the Voice of the Devil, Alcibiades, Hitler and George W. Bush used Popularity, Votes and Democratic Mechanisms. Most People are Village Idiots

"The number of idiots is infinite" : The Bible says.

Ignorance is more prevalent than Wisdom - Imbecility Trumps Intelligence - The Majority can be wrong, in extremely beautiful apothegms great Poets and Sages of Old Germany told us that Powerful Truth many times ( Goethe, Schiller and Nietzsche )

Most People are Village Idiots, Wasn't George W. Bush democratically elected ( twice ) ?? ... He was and is a village idiot.

Hitler used democratic mechanisms of the Weimar Republic to be appointed Chancellor of the Reich by Marshall Hindenburg.

There were millions of sympathizers of Hitler in England and America before the War, even popular figures of the Media, celebrities and just cretins. They had big parades, and Winston Churchill was depressed watching the imbecility of the masses and the British Government.

Alcibiades was a rich guy of the noblest families in Athens, five centuries before our Lord Jesus Christ, and he persuaded the Athenians in free elections of the "Demos" that he was the Providential Man to conquer the island of Sicily for Athens, and to plunder its many treasures.

That expedition was super idiotic and destroyed the Athenian Empire, a big Military Failure, it ruined the Athenian Treasure and killed the bet warriors of Athenian Youth.

Pollsters are always biased and that can never be fully corrected. Questions suggest always the answer of the polled.

Don't tell me that most Americans want the Latinos be racially profiled and deported in all the states and territories of the USA, that may be just ignorance of what the "Nuremberg Laws" of Racial Purity in Arizona mean.

I don't believe Americans to be so mean, debased and low.

And remember that the popular favor changes everyday.... Popular Favor changes like the winds for Sail Ships.

The Republican Bigots can obtain a Big Victory in November 2010 in Arizona and elsewhere, but that is not going to last. People will lose concentration after the elections, any Tiger Woods Scandal, Divorce or Oil Spill will divert attention.

The Arizona Boycott is going to be Very Successful and a Historic Triumph for Minorities. And evil politicians like Jan Brewer and Russell Pearce have only short term Future and Triumphs.

Youth, Minorities, Demography and Politics :

Vicente Duque

Vicente Duque said...

San Jose CA and Amherst MA are the last cities that condemn Arizona and forbid official Travel to that state.


ABC San Francisco News : President and CEO of the Arizona Hotel and Lodging Association : "At least 40 conventions have cancelled, others are on the bubble ..."

The conventions have not disappeared in Mid-Air

They have gone to other States to produce Prosperity and Riches

ABC San Francisco News
Ariz. officials speak out about immigration boycotts
By Carolyn Tyler
June 07, 2010

Ariz. officials speak out about immigration boycotts

Some excerpts :

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- At least 40 conventions have cancelled, others are on the bubble, and there's no way of tracking individuals who have decided not to vacation in Arizona.

That's the assessment of Debbie Johnson, the President and CEO of the Arizona Hotel and Lodging Association. Johnson visited San Francisco on Monday and talked about the fallout from Arizona's tough new immigration law and the cities that have called for boycotts.

Cities from Austin to Boston, not just in California are taking stands against Arizona. In the Bay Area they include San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond, San Pablo and tomorrow San Jose's City Council will take a vote.

Johnson says tourism is Arizona's No. 1 or No. 2 industry, depending on the figures you look at.

The state collects $1.5 billion in tax revenues annually. Johnson describes feeling sad, embarrassed and frustrated by the way her state is being portrayed.

Vicente Duque

Vicente Duque said...

HuffPost : Arizona Laws : Defeat of Republicans in November Elections : in California, and other swing Senate states like Colorado, Illinois, Florida, Nevada, Pennsylvania and even Arizona itself

Republicans are like Children playing with Fire, with the Fire of Racism, Prejudice, Hate and Fear, that strategy may backfire in the coming elections.

Huffington Post
Three Lessons From Tuesday's Primaries
June 9, 2010

By Robert Creamer
Robert Creamer has been a political organizer and strategist for almost four decades. He and his firm, the Strategic Consulting Group, work with many of the country’s most significant issue campaigns. He was one of the major architects and organizers of the successful campaign to defeat the privatization of Social Security. He is a consultant to the campaigns to end the war in Iraq, pass universal health care, change America’s budget priorities and enact comprehensive immigration reform. He has also worked on hundreds of electoral campaigns at the local, state and national level. Creamer is married to Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky from Illinois. Arianna Huffington calls his recent book, Stand Up Straight: How Progressives Can Win, a master’s class in electoral politics.

Three Lessons From Tuesday's Primaries

Some excerpts :

Lesson #3. It is increasingly clear the Arizona Immigration Law will damage Republican chances this fall.

The effects of Arizona's draconian "papers please" anti-immigration law are spreading like the oil from the BP's Deepwater Horizon.

Former HP Executive Carly Fiorina presents her self as stylish and 21st Century candidate, but she has taken a firm position supporting Arizona's SB 1070. Fiorina won the primary Tuesday to challenge Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer. After some equivocation, former ebay CEO Meg Whitman also firmly backed the "principles" of SB 1070. She was nominated after spending $81 million to challenge former Governor Jerry Brown who wants to return to the Executive Mansion in Sacramento.

Their positions on the Arizona law may have helped them win the nomination, but they may be the kiss of death in the general election. Over five million of California's twenty four million citizens of voting age (21.5%) are Hispanic. They will likely be a decisive block of voters in the fall elections -- and they consider the Arizona law as a direct personal assault.

Not only will their position on the Arizona law become an albatross among persuadable Hispanic voters, it may likely spur large scale Latino turnout. Three million of the five million citizens of voting age are "surge" voters that usually vote only in general elections. But the Arizona law -- and large scale voter mobilization campaigns in the Latino community -- will likely change that.

Support for the Arizona law could spell trouble for other Republicans as well -- not only in California, but in many other swing Senate states like Colorado, Illinois, Florida, Nevada, Pennsylvania and even Arizona itself.

Youth, Minorities, Demography and Politics :

Vicente Duque

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