Politicians responses: …..don’t miss the non-political responses toward the end!!
Am deliberately showing legislators these were all sent to, for your edification.
From: Elliott, Joyce [mailto:Joyce.Elliott@senate.ar.gov]
Sent: Monday, September 28, 2015 7:31 AM
To: Barb and Joe M
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Subject: Re: The Civilized World is Drowning in Pathological Altruism via P.C.
Surely this is a joke disguised as some attempt at intellect. Three suggestions: (1) Please remember who was already here when the Europeans landed on the shores of what is now the land you call home. (2)Please take some time to learn about the history of other continents, especially Africa, Asia and South America. While you’re at it, it would be a great idea to learn the historic and present geography of Central America and its peoples. (3) Being thoughtful, sensitive, caring, inclusive and otherwise human should not be so easily dismissed as PC because one is uncomfortable, uninformed, ethnocentric, chauvinistic, xenophobic, self-serving, mean-spirited, obtuse or just plainly unevolved.
“Live Deliberately” & “Drink the Wild Air”
> On Sep 27, 2015, at 6:09 PM, Barb and Joe M wrote:
> Senator Clark,
> I appreciate your question.
> Perhaps you did not read my entire piece. Your questions & observations are answered in some detail, but I will try to condense.
> The beginning of freedom began with the Magna Carta in 1215 and did not fully flower until 1776. The results of the period of Enlightenment. Then later the Bill of Rights which undergirded the Constitution. The erosion of our freedoms began in 1861, more attacks in 1913-14, 1941, and so on.
> You folks in the Ark. General Assembly passed 1,200 or more bills or regs when you are in session, and then imagine what the U.S. Congress does on a yearly basis and in one way or another we lose our freedoms individually & collectively. I will remind you to look at Sen. Boozman’s (I listed a few) traitorous laws & acts he has voted for and are now enforced. I have no qualms in calling the Senator and the others traitors. It is quite apparent that you have no understanding or knowledge of these.
> This is just merely a tip of the iceberg. The invaders: 25-35 million illegal Mexican & OTM’s, most of which are 3rd worlders and on welfare of some type. The U.S. currently has a national debt of $18 Trillion and unfunded mandates over $150 Trillion!
> And presently engaged in 7 preemptive wars & in the process of overthrowing 2 more sovereign nations creating millions & millions of new refugees.
> Why Whites? I do not know how many 3rd world ethnicities there are residing legally & illegally within our borders but they are soon to outnumber the Founding stock of our nation. These mostly illiterate invaders have no successes in the last thousand years or so, in the Arts/Sciences/Social issues/, etc. Whites settled Europe & the United States, compare these two areas with the rest of the globe and tell me about achievements. Whites have been the driving force for settling, sustaining and bringing about a quality of life that has never been achieved before in the history of man. There is no empirical evidence that these minorities have the will or the ability to direct the affairs of a constitutional republic.
> With no border control our nation is evolving into a population that is fragmenting along racial & ethnic lines, guaranteeing civil unrest.
> Reread my piece, Senator, and those that you have trashed. It seems to me that you are sorely lacking in historical knowledge and the devastation that the U.S. government is wreaking on American society via Political Correctness.
> A welfare state with open borders is cultural suicide.
> Senator Clark, I would be pleased to sit down with you sometime at your convenience for an objective discussion on the Constitution and the history of our republic.
> Joe McCutchen
> —–Original Message—–
> From: Clark, Alan [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Sunday, September 27, 2015 4:39 PM
> To: Barb and Joe M
> I normally ignore your rants. But please explain this statement.
> “Now is the time for white American citizens to come out of the shadows and do whatever is constitutionally necessary to take back our republic from the corrupt political scoundrels at all levels & the invaders that have all but destroyed our culture and sovereignty.”
> Why “white”? What does color of skin have to do with that statement? Take all the vitriol you spewed out in this missive, multiply it by 10, and imagine it coming back from me, if you can’t provide an adequate explanation of that statement. I do not believe that you can. And that explains a lot.
> State Senator
> Alan Clark
From: Pat King [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, September 28, 2015 11:25 AM
Wow! It seems historical ignorance is an equal-opportunity employer.
As far as I know, the original occupiers of the real estate on this half of the globe were what we now call Native Americans. When Columbus “discovered” (what was not continental) America, he wound up killing the Caribs or making slaves of them. Then Pizzaro made promises of peace with the Incas and then promptly broke the promises, killed the king, and killed and enslaved the populace. Then they set the priests on them to teach them Christianity so they would be more subservient in their slavery.
Then there was Cortez who pulled similar stunts with the Aztecs plus, when he found out the natives were particularly susceptible to smallpox, committed germ warfare in them. This would now be known as biological warfare. Shortly thereafter, Father Juniper Serra was going up the west coast converting Native Americans to a Christianity that made them docile to slavery and then make it anathema to teach their children their language and their culture, mostly by removing them from their parents. For such wonders, the current pope is moving him to sainthood.
That takes care of the Spanish, but they were also the major purveyors of the African slave trade, to whom most African-Americans should be grateful for removing them from a place where vile forms of warfare are still being committed. And it was usually rival tribes who captured them and sold them to the Spanish. Also, during this time, the Spanish were leading factors in that wonderful period called the Inquisition. This phenomenon was spread all over Europe and was very creative inventing machines that produced exquisite pain in its victims selected for race and beliefs.
For all that the gentleman’s glory about the Magna Carta, it did not grant freedom for all but only to the noble classes. Then there was that wonderful Lord Protector who passed the Penal Laws that deprived the Irish of their right to their religion, but also to their homes and possessions. When the English came to North America they busily engaged themselves in lying to and cheating Indians. It was not long before they discovered the lethality of smallpox and began giving contaminated blankets to the Natives. A free America under Andrew Johnson got rid of a lot of Indians by forced exile to what is now Oklahoma, but took that promise back a few years later. Buffalo Bill got his nickname because he was hired by the government to slaughter as many as he could of the Native American source of food, housing, clothing, and tools.
I could go on, but I challenge Joe to continue to support the moral superiority of the Europeans. We are all sinners, Joe, and none of us has a monopoly on the right to lord it all over the rest of us. We all do our best to do the good we can, but “there is so much good in the worst of us and so much bad in the best of us that it hardly behooves the rest of us to talk about the rest of us.”
Summary: Chill, baby.
On Sunday, September 27, 2015 11:01 PM, george pritchett wrote:
I offer that successes for the past few hundred years have been divided along racial lines. In the US during the last sixty or so years we have implemented many programs to erase or eliminate racial inequalities; unfortunately the results using social engineering has not met expectations. We can look all around the world and find people of various ethnicities doint well in spite of hardships and skin color; I have come to believe it is about individuals and their efforts and little more. Of course racial bias has been a significant problem throughout history and still exists and will likely continue to exist for centuries to come. I do believe that individually we must respect other humans regardless of their ethnicity, but that social engineering will not solve the problems. Unfortunately most will not talk about the problems and reasons beyond skin color, but racial discrimination exists for blind people of all ethnicities so it isn’t about skin color. The writing by Barb and Joe is out there, but the comments have historic validity.
From: Michael Gaddy [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sunday, September 27, 2015 8:10 PM
To: Dale Williams
Cc: Joe McCutchen
Subject: Re: *RE: The Civilized World is Drowning in Pathological Altruism via P.C.
Joe, if it is possible would you please ask the Senator to respond to these verifiable quotes?
“California is going to be a Hispanic state and anyone who doesn’t like it should leave. They should go back to Europe.” ~Mario Obledo
“The border remains a military zone. We remain a hunted people. Now you think you have a destiny to fulfill in the land that historically has been ours for forty thousand years. And we’re a new Mestizo nation. And they want us to discuss civil rights. Civil rights. What law made by white men to oppress all of us of color, female and male. This is our homeland. We cannot—we will not—and we must not be made illegal in our own homeland. We are not immigrants that came from another country to another country. We are migrants, free to travel the length and breadth of the Americas because we belong here. We are millions. We just have to survive. We have an aging white America. They are not making babies. They are dying. It’s a matter of time. The explosion is in our population.” ~Jose Angel Gutierrez, Professor and Attorney, University of Texas Arlington.
“The ultimate ideology is the liberation of Aztlan. Communism would be closest [to it]. Once Aztlan is established, ethnic cleansing would commence: Non-Chicanos would have to be expelled — opposition groups would be quashed because you have to keep power.” ~Miguel Perez of Cal State-Northridge’s MEChA (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan) chapter.
“As an academic mission I’m proposing it (El Norte) as a thesis. But I’m also an advocate of the idea, I myself-through the way I teach my classes and to the students I help form in the classroom-that’s my activism. The main incentive would be so people of the same culture, language, and identity could develop their own nation-state under the principal of self- determination.” ~ Chicano Studies Professor Charles Truxillo at the University of New Mexico who advocates that California, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and Arizona secede from the United States to form the Chicano republic of El Norte.
“These are the critical years for us as a Latino community. We’re in a state of transition. And that transformation is called ‘the browning of America’. Latinos are now becoming the majority. Because I know that time and history is on the side of the Chicano/Latino community. It is changing in the future and in the present the balance of power of this nation. It’s a game – it’s a game of power – who controls it. You (to MEChA students) are like the generals that command armies. We’re in a state of war…What this means is a transfer of power. It means control.” ~ Armando Navarro, Prof. Ethnic Studies, UC Riverside.
On Sun, Sep 27, 2015 at 6:48 PM, Dale Williams wrote:
I’m proud to be on the mailing list for such rants. What I’m not so proud of is the fact — evident nearly every
time I have the opportunity to listen to Whites talk about politics — that Senator Clark is pretty representative
of the neurosis under which our race seems bent on self-annihilation.
Lot’s of things in life defy prove-ability under the standard of the court room, or even under the standard
of the scientific method. Yet, we know such truths when we see them. Anyone who has spent any time living
a working-class life style in one of America’s now almost uniformly immigrant-crammed cities knows that
there is no parallel among Whites for the race-consciousness reposing in the Latino community.
That race consciousness does not manifest itself in tolerance and a desire for peaceful coexistence. Rather,
it can be witnessed, practically anytime — by those not so fortunate as Senator Clark, those not riding safe
above the fray in a white collar vocation — as a brooding, simmering, tribal-like loathing.
When I have seen open conflict between Whites (and pardon my mentioning the term White) and Mexicans,
it has always been at the instigation of the Border Brothers, never the other way around. And almost just as
uniformly, Whites who are the object of such provocations — knowing the price their fellow, institutional
Whites will demand from them should they respond like men — meekly disengage.
Maybe my little email here will never reach the Senator. But, I note that his senate bio indicates a birth date
in the year 1960, the same as my own. And his picture shows him to be a plain old White bubba, just like
So, here’s my guess, Senator. You were born and lived the balance of your life on the same patch of ground I
did, a place that used to have a distinguishable, signature culture, one of European derivation. You know, as
I know, that in the fleeting world of our youth, fistfights almost never ended in barbarous acts or in a cycle of
gang reprisals. You know that parents almost never worried that their children would be murdered over the
course of a day at school. You know that really savage wife beatings were relatively rare. You know that few
American cities had police no-go zones.
Go down to the courthouse and watch the preliminary hearings related to such deeds, which are now pan-
demic. The perpetrators (sorry, alleged perpetrators) are, in the vast majority, non-White.
But you know these things, you have to. You also know that Mexico is an utterly failed state, one in a constant
state of regional, narco-based civil war, and that many of the refugees fleeing those wars and their attendant
deprivation have never known much else in the way of living conditions and are as close to the definition of
feral humanity as it gets.
You also know of organizations like Mecha, LaRaza and probably you’ve even seen a Brown Beret or two. What
you may be less likely to acknowledge is that these organizations reflect the sentiments of the average Mexican
to one degree or another and that ordinary Mexicans, here and in Mexico, thrill at the possibility that the Recon-
quista may be realized.
You know all of these things, and yet you happily pillory someone like Mr. McCutchen, whose moral clarity and
eloquent words really can’t threaten the multi-culti hellhole people like you live your lives to vouchsafe.
Well, I would say go to hell. But I have to hand it to you, folks like you have already sent most of us there. So,
I’ll just say the obvious. The wheel of fate will not be cheated. You will have returned to you all that you’ve
inflicted. Either in this life or the next. And go to hell. -D. Williams