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08-29-2008, 12:50 PM

Republican Chairman Seeks To Deny Derek Black His Legally Elected Seat!

America is certainly not a free country when a duly elected American is denied his office because of his opinions.

Derek Black, 19, a registered Republican of West Palm Beach, Florida was duly and legally elected on August 26 by the voters of his district to represent them on their county’s Republican Executive Committee.

Even though legally the Republican Party cannot deny voter registration or political participation to anyone on the basis of his opinions, it has been announced by the Palm Beach Chairman of the Republican Party, Sid Dinerstein, that he would deny the legally-elected Derek Black, to take his position on the committee.

Sid Dinerstein, a Jewish-extremist loyalist to Israel, has the chutzpah to think that he has the right to deny Derek Black his legally elected office because he doesn’t like Mr. Black’s views.

Sid Dinerstein is a member of many Jewish organizations that unashamedly support the perceived interests of the Jewish community and the interests of the Jewish State of Israel. Why should he be allowed to deny a duly elected seat to a European American who does exactly the same thing for European Americans that Mr. Dinerstein does for the Jewish people and Jewish State of Israel?

How would the Republican Party and the Media react to it if a republican committee composed of elected officials that oppose American foreign policy being controlled by Israeli partisans, tried to remove Mr. Dinerstein because they found his views on Israel reprehensible?

In America, the test of an elected official is not whether your views are controversial.

America is a two-party system. Third Parties haven’t been viable in America for over a hundred years. The political system itself is structured in a way that discriminates against Third Parties and Third Party candidates. Time after time the courts have correctly ruled that any American has the complete right to register and run for office as either a Republican or Democrat, regardless of his political opinion.

When someone goes to the register of voters he is not asked his political opinions when he registers as a Democrat or Republican. When a candidate registers in an election as a Democrat or Republican there is obviously no political opinion requirement. One could imagine the political repression and control that would result if some party bosses could keep some people out of the party or even running for office because of the person having a differing viewpoint.

Denial of participation in the Republican or Democratic Party is in effect a denial of political participation. Both parties have millions of Americans with an extreme range of political viewpoints. Republicans and Democrats cannot refuse registration and participation to anyone, especially not based on their political opinions. The federal courts and the Supreme Court has ruled that to deny Americans political participation in the two major parties is denying them their constitutional rights to participate fully in the electoral process.

Why should a young American chosen and duly elected by Republican voters to represent them — be denied his office? Is this what is called freedom, democracy…representative government, where a party boss can deny a legally elected seat simply because he does not agree with his positions?

Why should Derek Black have to fight for a clear right guaranteed by the Constitution? Denial of his elected office is a direct attack on the fundamental principles of freedom in the United States of America.

Derek Black has also been slandered by the media after his election. Derek Black, his father Don, and I, David Duke have been repeatedly referred to as White Supremacists in this matter. One media outlet in West Palm Beach referred to Derek as a “self-admitted White supremacist.”

Derek Black stated emphatically, “I am not a White supremacist, nor have I ever referred to myself as a White supremacist. I am simply a person who stands up for the rights and heritage of European Americans just as thousands of other politicians openly promote what they see as the interest of their own people. A perfect example is Mr. Dinerstein who is a member of many Jewish organizations that unashamedly support what they perceive as Jewish interests and the interests of the Jewish State of Israel.” Why is it permissible for Mr. Dinerstein to stand up for the perceived interests of the Jewish people and the “Jewish State” of Israel, while I should be disqualified for simply being an advocate for European Americans?”

In fact you can prove for yourself by reading my recorded and written words for over 35 years, that Derek Black, his father Don Black, and I have never called ourselves “White supremacists.” What we are would be far more accurately and fairly described as “White civil rights activists,” or simply “White activists,”

The most basic civil and human rights of European Americans are being violated. Millions of our people face massive racial discrimination against us in so-called affirmative action. Immigration policies discriminate against our people to the point where we will become a minority in our nation, and our people face constant media collective defamation and discrimination. For instance, Whites are collectively vilified for slavery and racism, while there is no collective vilification of African Americans for the incredible amount of violent crimes committed against White people annually. There is obviously no collective vilification of Jews for their overwhelming support of the racist, supremacist state of Israel, a state that has committed massive crimes against the Palestinian people and even terrorism against the United States such as in the Lavon Affair and the Attack on the USS Liberty.

We have a right to defend our rights and our collective interests as European Americans in exactly the same way that Mexican Americans have groups dedicated exclusively to them such as La Raza (the Race), the NAACP, and hundreds of Jewish organizations that openly support the collective interests of the Jewish people and the “Jewish State” of Israel.

We support the idea of equal rights for all Americans, but dare to oppose the government policies that are discriminatory and damaging to the well being of European Americans.

The attempt to deny a duly-elected American his seat because of his views, or more accurately, his alleged views is one more example of how Americans are losing their sacred constitutional rights.

Derek Black has said he will do whatever he has to do to secure his Constitutional right to represent his constituents as he was elected to do. “It is a crying shame, he said, that as a young man of 19 believing in American freedom and rights, that I have to fight so hard to simply be sworn in to my duly-elected seat simply because my views are at odds with another of this public body. It is my hope that every American, even those who don’t share all my opinions, support the upholding of the most important principles of freedom in the American process and assist me in being seated in my hard won post as an elected official.”

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09-02-2008, 06:48 PM

No thanks.

09-02-2008, 07:38 PM
Racism is a form of Collectivism.

09-06-2008, 09:16 PM
Racism is a form of Collectivism.


Fuck David Duke.
Why do all these rascists think that they belong in this movement? I was given a Christian Identity magazine at the rally for the republic. Either they are idiots who have never read Dr. Paul's views on race or they are working for the other side to discredit this movement. I guess I'm just going to have to keep recruiting black, asian, jewish, latin and arab people into this movement like I have been and just make it so these racial collectivists won't feel "comfortable" amongst the "lower" races. How anybody can still believe in this rascism shit just amazes me. Oh well, time to go be a "race traitor" and hang out with my 2 puerto rican friends and my black girlfriend.

09-06-2008, 10:26 PM
If this is illegal then he should take it up to court. But Ron Paul can't be associated with the self-destructive White Nationalist movement for obvious reasons. if this young Derek Black was a Libertarian and was denied for his pro-RP views then it would be a different story.

09-06-2008, 11:29 PM
I know everyone seems to have a knee jerk reaction to the term "racist" but isnt this a little much? It does not matter what this guy thinks, he could believe that whales speak to him in his dreams and tell him to masturbate at the sight of school busses and it should not matter a damn bit. This man was elected by the people of his district to do a job. They obviously either agree with his views or believe that the rest of what he stands for more than makes up for what they perceieve as a character flaw.

The fact that he is being denied his legally elected seat is very alarming to me and the fact that so many here are ready and willing to accept this travesty simply because the man holds different views than your own. Is it illegal to be racist? Have we given the green light to prosecute and deny rights to those who commit a "thought crime"? Does our freedom of speech allow us, the free citizen of our State and these United States, the right to say any dumb ass thing we want as long as it is not deemed to be in any way related to white supremacy? I sure as hell hope the answers to these questions are still a resounding NO!

No I am not a skin head or a convert from stormfront but these folks have just as much right to say what they want, write what they want, run for office, hold office and support the candidate of their choice as the rest of us. Yes, it is fun to belittle the "racists", not only is it fun, it is easy but these racists are a part of the reason I have been so proud to be a part of this movement. Do you realize how many different types of people we have attracted? Ay any given event we have black supporters next to white ones, we have pro lifers next to pro choicers, we have jews next to christians who are next to athiests. We have anarchists and libertarians and traditional republicans and even a few democrats in the fold. How many of us entered this movement with pre-conceieved notions about who we could and could not associate and get along with and how many of us have found ourselves in the trenches with some of the best friend and most like minded people we have ever known that we would have ignored just two years ago?

This movement changes hearts and minds and lets people of all beliefs and backgrounds realize that freedom is not only for themselves but for all of those who stand side by side with them every day. So what if someone who is a racist finds their way here? We have seen first hand what it is like to not only be unwelcomed in the tent of party politics but to basically be thrown out of the tent.. why should we ever do that to others? We have to open our doors to all types who are willing to listen or else we will always be doomed to failure. We have to believe in the right of free speech and expression for us ALL or be forced to admit that NONE of us deserve it.

09-07-2008, 10:38 PM
What can we do though? It looks like this one is going to be taken to court.

09-08-2008, 02:36 PM
He's the son of the founder of Stormfront, Don Black (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don_Black_(white_nationalist)), who donated to Ron Paul. There was a sort of low-level Media-created scandal about his donation, remember? Although he may be Libertarian, he's definitely not an RP candidate. That said, if he was elected, Sid Dinerstein can't prevent him from filling his position.

09-08-2008, 02:40 PM
If this is illegal then he should take it up to court. But Ron Paul can't be associated with the self-destructive White Nationalist movement for obvious reasons. if this young Derek Black was a Libertarian and was denied for his pro-RP views then it would be a different story.