Wednesday, December 15, 2010

as the world turns..

sloppy joes

there's this creepy guy named Joe Guzzardi who writes opinions for Noozhawk about Mexicans and how they are hurting Aryan folks in California..he's part of the Californian for Population Stabilization (hollow earthers) although he lives in Pittsburg...Joe Guzzardi has written editorial columns — mostly about immigration and related social issues — since 1990 and is a senior writing fellow for Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS). After 25 years as an English as a Second Language teacher in the Lodi Unified School District, Guzzardi has retired to Pittsburgh..
the News-Press ran one of Guzzardi's anti-Mexican rants but they chose to put the wrong picture associated with the writer..they put another Joe Guzzardi, the guy who ran for county Second District supervisor awhile back...he was a slow growther but I don't think he was ever part of CAPS...and the News-Press endorsed him in 2006 so they should kinda know kinda who he is...and they issued a correction for the umpteenth time saying they got their Guzzardis mixed up!!
now, CAPS is a very interesting non-profit..with an unusual cast of characters from Joe Armendariz to Randy Alcorn...both affiliated with the Wendy McCaw at one time or another....
but the funniest of the CAPS lot is a gal named Marilyn Brant Chandler DeYoung, who served on the Board of Population Crisis Committee for 23 years (now called Population Action international), and on the board of Population Communications Inc., for seven years. She was a key supporter of the Entertainment-Education program which used soap operas and other entertainment to motivate changes in reproductive practices...soap operas?? have you seen a soap opera...everybody is sleeping with everybody!! ha ha!!

I swear these folks is straight out of the backwoods of Alabamy!! back in George Wallace's day!! CAPS is a part of an anti-immigration network formed by a guy named John Tanton: According to, a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center: "The organized anti-immigration 'movement' is almost entirely the handiwork of one man, Michigan activist John. H. Tanton." In June 2002, it listed thirteen groups that formed part of the "loose-knit Tanton network." The following groups were founded and funded (through U.S. Inc.) by Tanton: Center for Immigration Studies, Federation for American Immigration Reform, NumbersUSA, Pro English, Social Contract Press, U.S. English, and U.S. Inc. Others, such as American Immigration Control Foundation, American Patrol/Voices of Citizens Together, Californians for Population Stabilization, Project USA, are part of the Tanton network because their funding has been channeled through U.S. Inc
a memo by Tanton was leaked, but it confirmed his racism:
In 1988, shortly before a referendum in Arizona to make English the state's official language, a private memo written by Tanton was leaked to the media. In this memo, he expressed concerns about the potential political, cultural, environmental, and demographic impacts of continued high levels of Hispanic immigration into the U.S., especially if the Hispanic fertility rate remained higher than that of other ethnic groups..
while over population of ALL may be an issue, it won't be solved by watching soap operas... the only real way to solve this problem is to poison everyone over 60 because they're always bitching and moaning...``If they would rather die,'' said Scrooge, ``they had better do it, and decrease the surplus population...

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