10 News does a report two days before the event to try to beef up to opposition to us. I added my comments and replaced some of their imagery with more relevant imagery.
ABC10 is partly owned by TV Azteca and a large percentage of its viewers are Hispanics in the area of Barrio Logan, where Chicano Park is located.
Seems to be somewhat less interest among the opposition than last time. This time it is a little more difficult to demonize us than it was right after Charlottesville. Their propaganda is getting old and stale. It will be hard for them to keep up the hysterical response to our park visits. Some even admit that I may not be a Nazi, after all. I am not sure, but expect a somewhat smaller, less angry crowd of opposition this time. The police will be there in force to keep the peace.
The Patriot Fire attorney, Ed Rose, sent the San Diego Attorney a new letter that demands she honor the Bill of Rights and enforce the law or close Chicano Park. He also suggested, that if San Diego City Attorney, Mara Elliot, is not willing to enforce the law, that she is not qualified for her job and should resign.
Chicano Park is a political, La Raza park, where the City uses taxpayers money to promote Chicano ultra-nationalism and communism, in order to ensure political support. The City of San Diego has suspended the Bill of Rights in this supposedly “public” Park. Freedom of speech and freedom of assembly is not allowed for park critics and pro-Americans.
This is the second letter to the San Diego City Attorney by our attorney. In response to our attorney’s first letter, regarding the violation of our civil rights at Chicano Park, the City Attorney, Mara Elliott did not respond directly. Instead she released a purely political statement to the media that pandered to extremist supporters of the park and implied that we are a “hate group.” She did not address the legal issues at all.
The Hispanic veterans in Barrio Logan have raised the U.S. Flag in their corner of the Chicano Park and have reportedly said the will not take it down until forced to do so. The Chicano Park Steering Committee has in the past (illegally) forbidden them to raise it, except for three days a year, Memorial Day, Independence Day and Veterans Day. It may be possible that the Steering Committee has lifted the ban on the veterans raising their flag on a shorter flagpole in their isolated, very low-visibility corner of the Park due to recent criticism of their ban and to take the pressure off themselves. The American flag is still banned in the center of the Park on the higher, main flagpole. Only the Aztlan flag and La Raza flag are allowed to fly on the main flagpole.
We hope that the veterans will defend their rights. This ban by the Steering Committee has been humiliating and disrespectful of the veterans of Barrio Logan. It is also a violation of their civil rights. All of our great veterans and their civil rights deserve to be fully respected, no matter what their ethnic background. If their rights are being violated by other Hispanics, that still does not make it acceptable or legal. We owe all of our veterans a great debt of gratitude, I think especially our Hispanic veterans, because they served in spite of a history of not always being treated fairly or equally.
The City is responsible, because they allow the Chicano Park Steering Committee, the Brown Berets de Aztlan and their extreme-left allies to trample on the rights of everyone in the Park, who do not kowtow to their radical, anti-American agenda. In return for their support of the Park with our tax money, city politicos get support from the many Hispanic voters, who agree with the extremely anti-American theme of this political Park. Some also support the park evidently without fully realizing how anti-American the ideology is.
When our attorney, Ed Rose, sent a warning letter to the San Diego City Attorney, Mara Elliott, she released the following statement to the public. She did not reply to the attorney at all, which is not professional of her and is disrespectful to our attorney. She is implying that we are a hate group, including the attorney, because we think citizens and taxpayers have a right to visit a public park, have lunch and view the murals at the park, in order to have a critical discussion. She says it is ironic to get a letter from an attorney defending our civil rights on the day after Martin Luther King Day. That is very strange, because we thought Martin Luther King was all about defending civil rights. I guess, it is just our rights, which are not important.
Chicano Park is a park in San Diego that promotes a racial form of Mexican/Hispanic ultra-nationalism, communism and anti-Americanism. The city’s policies are responsible for creating a dangerous environment for those of certain ethnic and racial backgrounds who disagree with the radical ideological theme of the Park. The City’s political leadership illegally supports this political Park with our tax money, because it is a great help to them in keeping the Democrats in control of City government.
Below is a link to the letter sent by attorney Ed Rose to the San Diego City leaders warning about the discrimination and violation of civil rights in Chicano Park and asking them to respond and inform us how they will change their policies to provide equal rights for everyone at this Park.