Wednesday, January 31, 2007
Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Professor Goetz Article "Drug War In Saint Paul"
Monday, January 29, 2007
Saturday, January 27, 2007
Please click onto the comments for the deposition.
Friday, January 26, 2007
Thursday, January 25, 2007
Wednesday, January 24, 2007
Tuesday, January 23, 2007
Sunday, January 21, 2007
Friday, January 19, 2007
When you see the video of #27 You will ask yourself what has changed regarding the attack on affordable housing by the City. They still allow people to dump a bunch of money into a place. The owner finds out, well pal it wasn't good enough, you have to fix this and that too. Then, Oh, gee we overlooked the foundation the first time. Tear it down! You seen this, and all the lies and skull dugrey over the 14 E.Jessamine issue, unfold before our very eyes publicly. Even going as far as to hear from Councilman Helgen "GOOD NEWS 14 E. JESSAMINE DEMOLISHED'!
Thursday, January 18, 2007
Wednesday, January 17, 2007
Tuesday, January 16, 2007
As I have said many times publically in the past I was a troubled youth. In the early 70's I moved from the farm to the Cities to my mothers and step fathers home. My mother and step father were very abusive physically and emotionally to me. Rita was a school teacher at Saint Francis. Her son Dave who is also deceased was a friend of mine. That's how I met Rita. I ran away from home and Rita gave me shelter on and off for 2 years to keep me off the street.
Gary her boyfriend (my friend) was almost 30 years younger than Rita. Their love for one another is what romance novels are made of. Gary had never been with another woman in all the years I knew them.They were 2 peas in a pod. Inseparable.
Rita was ill and code enforcement came down on her. She died shortly after code enforcement started pursuing her. I can only imagine her death was to much for Gary to bare. And on top of her death the threat to the home they shared all those years of loving tenderness to each other was to much for Gary to bare. After Ritas death code enforcement pursued Gary to fix the house. He committed suicide.
Gary was a gentle giant of a man.He was compassionate and caring of people.
I did see Rita 3 years ago near Crosby Park while walking my dog. I apologised to her then for being a pain in her life when I was a kid, and she gracefully accepted my apology. If only I knew they were in trouble.
I am posting an excerpt from a deposition concerning this issue in the comment section. I am so upset I can't keep my eyes dry...
Links to the suits can be found in the link section to the right of the screen.
There will be a hearing in Federal Court to determine if the Plaintiffs in the Federal Lawsuit against the City of St. Paul will be allowed to take the Depositions of some of the City Council. Currently there is a protective order preventing these testimonies.
After taking many Depositions already, the City's own employees have testified under oath that these lawsuits against the City have merit.
The City of St. Paul has brought this court action in an attempt to help the City Council members and some of their employees to hide behind the court because they will feel annoyed and harassed.
We would like all of you to try and attend this hearing in the hopes that if the court sees that there are people from the community interested in this case and watching, then the court will be more likely to order the council members to submit to a Deposition and less likely to do something political.
We need to stop these cities from their illegal actions against landlords, and we need your help to do it. NHPI is right now in the process of "ramping up" their "Problem Property Unit" from 1 inspector to 5 inspectors. This coming summer is going to be hell for property owners. Minneapolis has just put together a "Problem Property Unit" that is similar to St. Pauls.
Please help us and come to the hearing next Monday January 22, 2007 at 1:30 P.M. in the afternoon.
300 South 4th Street
The SAGA of the Racketeering lawsuits against the City of Saint Paul continues.
The Racketeering depositions have been going on for some time now. Code Enforcement Officers have been for the most part coming in and telling the truth.
Even going as far as to say the Racketeering Lawsuits against the City have merit.
The people higher up on the ladder seem to be playing DUMB.. That shouldn't surprise anyone the policies that brought about the Racketeering lawsuits are DUMB. It seems they are working to set up the people on the bottom to take the fall.
I have been looking into the up coming hearing for the Protective Order.The City doesn't want some people deposed because they claim it is just a method of harrassment. NON-SENSE, they really don't want these people deposed because the depositions will only drive their case further into the ABYSS!
I have posted the Plaintiffs response to this Protective Order in the comment section of this post.
Monday, January 15, 2007
Please send this on after a short prayer.
for our soldiers. Don't break it!
"Lord, hold our troops in your loving hands.
Protect them as they protect us. Bless them and
their families for the selfless acts they
perform for us in our time of need. Amen."
Prayer Request: When you receive this, please
stop for a moment and say a prayer for our
troops around the world.
There is nothing attached. Just send this to
people in your address book. Do not let it stop.
with you. Of all the gifts you could give a
Marine, Soldier, Sailor, Airman, & others
deployed in harm's way, prayer is the very best
GOD BLESS YOU FOR PASSING IT ON!
THERE IS A LETTER TO THE EDITOR IN THE COMMENT SECTION ON IMMIGRANTS
Sunday, January 14, 2007
Saturday, January 13, 2007
Let the outpouring of hate flow...it goes both ways you know and the landlords in St. Paul have plenty of it. For years they have been made the scapegoat for everything from A to Z by gutless politicians who refuse to stand up to the real problem.
3:57 wants us to go to the top where it all started. Lets do that. Prior to Mayor Kelly taking office the city of St. Paul had a reasonably well run rental housing market. Was it perfect? Hell no! There were some problems, and there were some problem owners, but not anywhere near the numbers the city would have you believe. The managers of code enforcement at this time knew how to handle the situation and they were doing so. Then comes the new administration with their Nazi like tactics and what seemed like a grudge against everyone they could get their hands on. What used to be a workable situation with results turned into no cooperation what so ever, and an attitude that wanted to be a bully rather than cooperate with anyone. This was rampant everywhere within every city agency, not just with landlords. The newspapers even wrote about it. The landlords saw such a hostile environment to do business in, they realized they would not survive and started selling off their properties fearing that they would be the next victim of a code enforcement department that routinely lied about repairs that did not need to be made in order to get the house condemned so they use the condemnation as a springboard to a vacant building status where they then illegally demand that owners bring their properties up to the modern day building code just like a new house that was built yesterday. Rather than make the landlords bring the house into compliance with the city's chapter 34 minimum standards regarding such properties, they chose the most expensive route to deliberately raise the owners costs and thus rid the neighborhood of the poor people who were not liked by the neighbors because of the problem behavior. An average code compliance of this type usually costs around $50,000.00, which I hope all of you home owners who think the city's plan was such a good idea are able to afford to do, because you will be next after they have set "precedent" with what they are doing now. It was during the Kelly administration that real estate really started heating up, and then came the infomercials and the "too good to be true" mortgages. Most of the veteran landlords who had a lot of equity in their properties and the option to lower rents or whatever they had to do in response to the market started selling their properties as fast as they could to avoid being the next victim of the city. Some were not so lucky. They were forced into bankruptcy, lost their life savings, lost their livelihoods, lost retirements, college funds for their kids, and some even lost the home they lived in and their marriages due to the city's dirty deeds. These were the professionals that 3:15 talks about. They knew how to run the business and how to make a good and lasting repair at a cost effective price. Most of the new buyers for these properties fell into 2 categories. One was a buyer with no experience in rental housing at all. They didn't know the business and they didn't know how to repair anything, and most have a full time job so property investment and management are mostly a weekend (if that) affair for them. They have to hire it all done and most of them are getting taken advantage of by the contractors and handymen looking for a quick buck. The 2nd group are the scammers and equity busters that buy the property for grossly inflated prices, take $50,000.00 to $60,000.00 cash home with them the day of the closing and never even go back to get the rents from the tenants that are living there. Not a bad living if you can figure out how to do this 15 or 20 times a year! Most of these homes that this group of buyers purchased are vacant and boarded up today. They are the homes that the poor people used to live in that are no longer available to them. The ones walking away from their homes are the new buyers who purchased these properties at top dollar and now cannot take care of them either because of higher repair costs, over regulation or the lack of renters. A lot of the renters got sucked into the scam also, because they found out they could buy a home and have lower payments with one of these tricky mortgages than the payment for renting a home. A lot of the ones who couldn't get a mortgage just left town for someplace where they could find housing. This crowd that 3:15 talks about that has all the hate and wants to see all these vacant buildings torn down may get their wish and then the city can usher in the "brownfield of Detroit" as another one of their accomplishments. Granted some of the vacant homes in the city were home owners, and many of them were previous renters, but the city's own report to the city council says that most of these vacant and empty homes are rental properties. While the easy mortgages may have been a factor, it was an out of control code enforcement department that started the ball rolling in the mass sell off of all these rental properties. As for the outpouring of hate for the absentee landlords that 3:15 talks about, I have a message for you: it is your peoples hate and attitude for someone else that started the ball rolling. All you people with all your hatred got exactly what you have wanted for years....these rental homes are empty now , the tenants are gone, now you can live in peace and choke on your hatred for something you don't even understand. Get used to it, you haven't seen nothing yet, wait until next year at this time. Those vacant homes you have been so desirous of will be multiplying in numbers.
Friday, January 12, 2007
Thursday, January 11, 2007
Think it can't happen to you? Consider these tales from real people who faced serious problems -- job loss, illness, divorce -- that turned their lives upside down.
By Christopher Solomon
MSN Money: Facing foreclosure? 9 options
The foreclosure capital of the U.S.
When mortgage firms don't play fair
Everybody knows about the American dream of home ownership, but what about the flip side: the nightmare of losing your home?
It's not something that happens only to someone else. Toss into an average life some devastating medical bills, a sudden job loss, an overambitious home purchase or rising interest rates, and pretty soon a house that took years of toil to purchase is auctioned away in seconds.
Please click onto the title of the post for the rest of the story.
Folks you ever wish you had a magic wand and you could just wave it and you could make anyone you choose life better!I wish I had that wand. I'd wave my wand over Alice, and she would have her home back. She wouldn't be an alcoholic. I wish I had the answers for Alice and everyone trying to deal with this dilima.It is sad.
There is alternatives!There is no reason Alice could not stay in her home with assisted living.
It is cruel and unusual punishment to deprive someone of their home. Kick them to the curb because they don't measure up to a community standard. Alices problem didn't go away. nor did her friends that would come over and be rowdy and disorderly at her home. These people are being drunk and disorderly in someone else's neighborhood. That's all we do in City's across America now. The new practice is to chase social ills from place to place and and never actually address the problems.
Please click onto the title of this post for information Sharon requested me to post on Alice's behalf. Alice you have friends in Sharon and all of us we are praying for you!
I said the black community was lacking good leadership and here is a choice to begin to remedy some of this problem.
Wednesday, January 10, 2007
TOM WALSH of the Saint Paul PD is pretty much saying what I have claimed. Tom was on ch. 9 News. Tom claims it is less important to catch this criminal and more important to stop him.
All this exposure is designed to do exactly what I said it was for, stop him in Saint Paul. Run him underground to hide and ATTACK someplace else, maybe KILLING someone next time. Maybe a child next time huh? This pervert took PLEASURE with one little girl he may want another one. Probably still fantizing about his catch and the emotions are welling inside until he can no longer contain himself. He will go stalking again!COUNT on it people! And all our police dept. is hoping is they chased him away! SICK!
YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN TOM WALSH FOLKS, HE SWOLLOW THAT STATEMENT. Tom swallowed and grimaced! REAL POLICE WORK GUYS, YOU ALL SHOULD BE PROUD. Doesn't the Saint Paul PD have an under cover with any guts!Or maybe you just don't have one with any skill!
CITIZENS OF SAINT PAUL, WE NEED A CRIME STRATEGY THAT ISN'T DESIGNED TO SHRUG POLICING RESPONSIBILITIES!
Tuesday, January 09, 2007
Monday, January 08, 2007
The organizers of the "Jesse Ventura for President Petition" have asked me to post this.You can click onto the title of this post for a link to the Petition.
Some of you know how I feel about this. Bill Dahn is a friend of mine, but in keeping with the tradition we are establishing for our Town Hall Meeting I have to fulfill this request and post the information. We have to be inclusive of all people. And I know some of you are Jesse fans.. So I,we, respect all opinions here. Thanks...
*The 2008 presidential election will offer the same old empty promises and betrayals, unless.....
There are some Republicans and Democrats that are starting to announce their intentions to run for President in 2008. The playing field for the upcoming highest office in the land once again is looking bleak and disheartening from what the 2 different faces of the same party are putting forth. Is there a better choice? A hope for a better future? A hope to maintain (and restore) Freedom and Liberty?
The Libertarians, Greens, Independents, Reforms, and all other minor parties will more than likely follow history and do what they have done several times over in the past, and that is to remain minor. Each getting 1% or less on average, and by and large just being dismissed by the main stream media and voters. What alternatives are there for those of us that want to preserve and restore Freedom and Liberty? Those of us that feel government is too big and intrusive. Those of us that want REAL change in America. Is there an alternative?
I think if we all join together behind someone who is by and large aligned with the ideals of Freedom and Liberty, rather than each support our own minor candidate that has little or no chance of making an impact; and instead we all push and work together, we can make a far bigger splash. However it MUST be someone with immediate name recognition on a national level. Someone without ties to special interests. Someone who has held office(s) with success.
I think the best person with the name recognition and ability to actually win, who will get press coverage and be included in the debates, and most importantly represent the "freedom lovers" among us is.... Jesse Ventura.
Jesse is known as a socially libertarian, fiscally conservative politician. What could he do for America and Americans as President? President Ventura would potentially:
* End the income tax in favor of a sales tax.
* End pork-barrel spending; return surplus to the people.
* Return any budget surpluses to the taxpayers automatically.
* Respect diversity, both cultural and lifestyle.
* Opposes “Three Strikes”; leave discretion to judges.
* End the war on drugs since it has failed; look for other solutions.
* Fund schools at state level instead of via property taxes.
* Overcome dependency on foreign oil.
* Increase voluntary partnerships to reduce greenhouse gases economically.
* Open up, simplify, & demystify government.
* Help promote that government service should be temporary; not a career.
* Promote individual responsibility for unhealthy lifestyle choices.
* View social programs as a safety net, not a hammock.
Jesse has not announced an intention to run for office as of yet. He has not officially said no either. There is a petition drive at www.voters4ventura.com to show support for Jesse running for office. Is he perfect? No. Nobody is. There are those of you who will read this that will have an issue with Jesse for something he did, or did not do. The old saying that you can't please 100% of the people 100% of the time is so very true. He speaks his mind and steps on toes sometimes. Exactly the opposite of most politicians who tip toe around and spin things to try and appeal to as many people as possibly, but usually are spewing words with no intention of even trying to follow through. Politicians who forget their constituents when they get caught up in the grease that is lubricating the "wheels of government". Jesse tells it like it is and how he sees it. Isn't that refreshing.
Whether you like him or not, I think you have to admit Jesse is the best hope all of us "Freedom Lovers" have at seeing someone with a similar viewpoint as our own, as President. A far better chance than anything the Republicans or Democrats will offer; as they are both for bigger government, more spending, more invasion of privacy and more waste. And the minor third party candidates will once again go nowhere and do nothing and will be ignored by the mainstream media. And should we fail to come together and back someone with national name recognition, who holds similar at least 75% of our beliefs; once again, we will be left gnashing our teeth in angst for 4 years with the Dempublican / Republicrat office holder who will continue turning the USA into the USSA. And by 2012, it might be too late to undo the damage of National ID's, Patriot Acts, data mining and surveillance, warranties spying, surrendering of Habeas Corpus, more bloated government programs and "protections", and who knows what else...
If you want to see someone who will stand up for Freedom and Liberty and the everyday American in the 2008 election, I urge you to go sign the petition at www.voters4ventura.com so we can hopefully get Jesse to bite the bullet and run for Freedom and Liberty, and for you and me.
Please click onto the title of this post and you will know where they are at too!
Saint Paul Police Department
367 Grove Street
Saint Paul, MN 55101
CHIEF OF POLICE
January 8, 2007
Assault On East Side
At about 7:10 this morning a thirteen year old Saint Paul girl was grabbed and assaulted near Payne and Hyacinth on the East Side. It is not certain, at this time, what the motive for the assault was. The young woman was transported to Children’s Hospital.
The suspect in this case is described as a black male,18 to 20 years old 5’8’ to 5’10’ tall with a slim build. He was wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans.
There are some similarities between this incident and a case that occurred on January 1st near Payne and Lawson and Police are asking for the public’s help to identify this suspect. Police are still canvassing the area but students who may have been on their way to school may have seen this person in the area of Payne and Hyacinth and not be available to speak to officers until later in the day.
Anyone with information about this case is asked to call the Saint Paul Police Department’s Family and Sexual Violence Unit at 651-266-5685
Saint Paul Police Department - Committed to Excellence, Ethics, Empathy & Education
Sunday, January 07, 2007
*Hi All, I try not to post more than 2 post a day so other topics don't get buried so fast. Sorry, I don't know what happened today..I think this is the 4th post. However,this post is important information.
Part 1 of a 3-part PoliceOne.com series
By Chuck Remsberg
Senior PoliceOne Contributor
Sponsored by Blauer
Probably the last place you want to think of terrorists striking is your kids’ school. But according to two trainers at an anti-terrorism conference on the East Coast, preparations for attacks on American schools that will bring rivers of blood and staggering body counts are well underway in Islamic terrorist camps.
• The intended attackers have bluntly warned us they’re going to do it.
• They’re already begun testing school-related targets here.
• They’ve given us a catastrophic model to train against, which we’ve largely ignored and they’ve learned more deadly tactics from.
“We don’t know for sure what they will do. But by definition, a successful attack is one we are not ready for,” declared one of the instructors, Lt. Col. Dave Grossman. Our schools fit that description to a “T”—as in Terrorism and Threat.
Grossman, the popular law enforcement motivational speaker, and Todd Rassa, a trainer with the SigArms Academy and an advisory board member for The Police Marksman magazine, shared a full day’s agenda on the danger to U.S. schools at a recent three-day conference on terrorist issues, sponsored by the International Assn. of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors (IALEFI) in Atlantic City.
They reminded the audience that patrol officers, including perhaps some with their own children involved, will inevitably be the first responders when terrorists hit. And they documented chilling descriptions of the life-or-death challenges that likely will be faced.
In Part 1 of this two-part report on highlights of their presentations we focus on what’s known about the threat to our schools to date, why terrorists have selected them as targets, and what tactics you’re likely to be up against in responding to a sudden strike.
In Parts 2 and 3, we’ll explore Grossman’s and Rassa’s recommendations for practical measures you and your agency can take now to get ready, including some defensive actions that don’t require any budget allocations.
1. Our values. “The most sacred thing to us is our children, our babies,” Rassa said. Killing hundreds of them at a time would significantly “boost Islamic morale and lower that of the enemy” (us). In Grossman’s words, terrorists see this effort as “an attempt to defile our nation” by leaving it “stunned to its soul.”
2. Our lack of preparation. Police agencies “aren’t used to this,” Rassa said. “We deal with acts of a criminal nature. This is an act of war,” but because of our laws “we can’t depend on the military to help us,” at least at the outset.
Indeed, Grossman claimed, “the U.S. in the one nation in the world where the military is not the first line of defense against domestic terrorist attacks. By law, you the police officer are our Delta Force. It is your job to go in, while in most other nations cops will wait for the military to come save their kids.”
School personnel, Rassa said, “are not even close” to being either mentally or physically prepared. “Most don’t even have response plans for handling a single active shooter. Their world is taught to nurture and care for people. They don’t want to deal with this.”
The American public, “sticking their heads in the sand, can’t be mentally prepared,” he said. “They’re going to freak when it happens,” their stubborn denial making the crisis “all the more shocking.”
Noting that “sheep have two speeds: ‘grazing’ and ‘stampede,’” Grossman predicted that “not a parent in the nation will send their kids to school the next day”—perhaps for many days—after a large-scale terrorist massacre. If day-care centers—“also on the terrorists’ list”—are hit as well, “parents will drop out of the work force” en masse to protect their children and “our economy will be devastated.”
How we know they’re coming.
Al-Qaeda has publicly asserted the “right” to kill 2,000,000 American children, Rassa explained, and has warned that “operations are in stages of preparation” now. He played vivid videotapes confiscated in Afghanistan, showing al-Qaeda terrorists practicing the takeover of a school. The trainees issue commands in English, rehearse separating youngsters into manageable groups and meeting any resistance with violence. Some “hostages” are taken to the rooftop, dangled over the edge, then “shot.”
“Any place that has given [Islamic terrorists] trouble, they’ve come after the kids,” Grossman said. Muslim religious literature, according to Rassa, states clearly that the killing of children not only is “permitted” in Islam but is “approved” by Mohammed, so long as the perpetrators “are striving for the general good” as interpreted by that religion.
He cited instances in Indonesia where girls on their way to school have been beheaded and in other countries where children have been shot, mutilated, raped or burned alive.
In this country this year [’06], Rassa said, there have been several school bus-related incidents involving Middle Eastern males that raise suspicion of terrorist activity. These include the surprise boarding of a school bus in Florida by two men in trench coats, who may have been on a canvassing mission, and the attempt in New York State by an Arab male to obtain a job as a school bus driver using fraudulent Social Security documents. The latter gave an address in Detroit, home to a large colony of fundamentalist Muslims.
Rassa claimed that floor plans for half a dozen schools in Virginia, Texas and New Jersey have been recovered from terrorist hands in Iraq.
The terrorists’ tactical model.
A “dress rehearsal for what terrorists plan to do to us” has already taken place, Rassa and Grossman agreed. That was the brutal takedown in 2004 of a school that served children from 6 to 17 years old in Beslan, Russia.
Some 100 terrorists were involved, nearly half of whom were discreetly embedded in the large crowd of parents, staff and kids who showed up for the first day of school; the rest arrived for the surprise attack in SUVs, troop carriers and big sedans. Across a three-day siege, 700 people were wounded and 338 killed, including 172 youngsters.
If a similar assault were launched against a school in your jurisdiction, how would you and your agency respond? Consider this modest sampling of challenges that were deliberately planned or arose from the ensuing chaos at Beslan, as outlined by Rassa:
• The school was chosen because it was one of the taller buildings in the area and had a very complicated floor plan, making a rapid and effective counter-assault by responders extremely difficult. Offender weaponry included AK-47s, sniper rifles, RPGs and explosives, with everything the terrorists needed carried in on their backs. RPGs were fired at a responding military helicopter and at troops.
• More than 1,000 men, women and children, including babies, were penned in an unventilated gym and a cafeteria. As the days passed without food or water and inside temperatures rose to 115 degrees, survivors were eating flowers they’d brought for teachers and fighting for urine to drink out of their shoes in desperation. Women and some children were repeatedly and continuously raped.
• Adult males and larger male students were used as “forced labor” to help fortify the building, then shot to death. Bodies were thrown out of an upper-story window, down onto a courtyard. Attempts at negotiation by responders were used by the terrorists strictly as an opportunity to buy time to solidify their fortifications.
• Surviving hostages were surrounded by armed guards standing on deadman switches, wired to explosives. All entrances to the building as well as stairwells and some interior doorways were booby-trapped. Youngsters were forced to sit on window sills to serve as shields for snipers. “Black widows” (potential suicide bombers) were rigged so their bomb belts could be detonated by remote control when leaders considered the timing was right. The terrorists stayed cranked up on some type of amphetamine to keep awake.
• Armed, outraged parents and other civilians, some of them drunk, showed up and started “rolling gunfights” outside in a futile effort to defeat the takeover. The crowd identified one embedded terrorist and “literally ripped him apart.” The media was everywhere, unrestrained. So many people were milling around that responders often could not establish a clear field of fire.
• When troops finally stormed the school in a counter-assault on the third day, “pure pandemonium” reigned. Soldiers and the kids they were trying to rescue were gunned down mercilessly. Explosions touched off inside started multiple fires.
• Responders who made it inside had to jump over trip wires as they “ran” up stairs under fire from above. By then terrorists were holding hostages in virtually every room. Rescue teams were subjected to continual ambushes. Gunfights occurred predominately within a 6-ft. range, with some responders having to fight for their lives in places so cramped they couldn’t get off their hands and knees.
• Some children successfully rescued from the building were so crazed by thirst that they ran to an outdoor spigot and were killed by a grenade as they filled their hands with water.
• Terrorists who escaped during the melee ran to homes of embedded sympathizers who hid them successfully and were not immediately suspected because they were considered “non-strangers” in the community. Some townspeople who volunteered to help as stretcher bearers for the injured were, in fact, embedded terrorists.
• During the siege “at least four people or agencies claimed to be in charge. Actually, no one was in charge and no one wanted to be.”
“Osama bin Laden has promised that what has happened in Russia will happen to us many times over,” Grossman warned. “And Osama tries very hard never to lie to us.”
[For more details on this siege, Grossman recommends the book, Terror at Beslan: A Russian Tragedy with Lessons for America’s Schools , by John Giduck.]
What’s likely here.
Probably not so many terrorists involved at a single location. Moving that big a contingent into place would likely attract too much attention and thwart the attack. Grossman describes a more likely possibility, in his opinion:
Terrorist cells of four operatives each will strike simultaneously at four different schools. They’ll probably pick middle schools with no police officers on site, where the girls are “old enough to rape” but students are not big enough to fight back effectively.
The targets will probably be in states “with no concealed-carry laws and no hunting culture” and in communities where “police do not have rifles.” Rural areas may be favored, where 30 minutes or more could be required for responders to arrive in force.
The attackers will “mow down every kid and teacher they see” as they move in to seize the school. They’ll plant bombs throughout the buildings, and “rape, murder and throw out bodies like they did in Russia.” Emergency vehicles responding and children fleeing will be blown up by car bombs in the parking lot.
In all, 100 to 300 children could be slaughtered in a first strike.
Terrorists capable of this are already embedded in communities “all over America,” Grossman and Rassa agreed. More will probably gain entry surreptitiously from Mexico, making southern California potentially a prime target.
No time for despair.
Of The Native American People
We The Mendota Lakota Souix tribe Indians
We are the same Lakota Indians in Mendota, Minnesota that the
Federal Government through Colonel Snelling, received land for
their fort from the Native people of Medota.
The Mendota Tribe of Lakota Souix.
This Fort, was named after Colonel Josiah Snelling.
MNHS.ORG | Historic Fort Snelling
The people of Mendota were promised payment for the land.
Just like all U.S. Government, they lied, cheated and stole
what ever they wanted.
The payment never was granted, I as a descendent of Sioux from Mendota --- NOW I ask, Why We Are Not A Recognized Tribe ?
Why the promise of payment was broken, and why we are NOT
Recognized as a people.
I as a Freedom Fighter " Whistle Blower " Bill Dahn, who ran for the
Minnesota's Governor's race in 1998 to EX-Pose the Bad
From that time on, I found more Government Conspiracy then
ever thought possible.
I am a protected class, Disabled Native American that has Rights.
NO, I do not have any rights.
I am not "Hmong", "Mexican", "Jew", or any one of the influx of
people that are coming to America "aka" The U. S. A. !
People coming to America are getting Homes, Grant Money,
Most Anything They Need " Free " ????
Our own American People, that was born here receive nothing.
I am speaking of all that was the people, that's been here in the Good Old
U. S. A. of all colors of people.
"America" Dose not even take good care of they elders, who
paved the way for the U. S. to grow to what it is today.
Is there a payoff some where under the table, that we don't know
I will be in pursuit of the crime of "Fraud", against my people in
THINK ABOUT "IT" !
Enough IS Enough !
The Dahn Of A New Era
/s/ Bill Dahn
PO Box 7417
St. Paul, MN. 55107
VOTE "Bill Dahn
St.Paul City Council
42USC Fair Housing
Bill Dahn, Political Races
Bill Dahn, Homestead Rip Off 1
Bill Dahn, 9/11 - Memorial for Bill Dahn's loss His Home
2nd City of Saint Paul RICO Lawsuit - Watchdog News
CND: Chemical Sensitivities
Please click onto the title of this post for a really disturbing story about security on our borders.
Friday, January 05, 2007
Ok here is the real story behind Giligans Island....
Years ago, CBS had a popular little series called GILLIGAN'S ISLAND. There is, however, a dark secret about this "comedy" you may never have realized.
The island is a direct representation of hell. Nobody on the island wants to be there, yet none are able to leave.
Each one of the characters represents one of the 7 deadly sins:
- Ginger represents LUST - she wears skimpy outfits, is obsessed with her looks, and is a borderline nymphomaniac.
- Mary Ann represents ENVY - she is jealous of Ginger's beauty.
- The Professor represents PRIDE - he is an annoying know-it-all.
- Mr. Howell represents GREED - no explanation needed.
- Mrs. Howell represents SLOTH - she has never lifted a finger to help on and of their escape plans.
- The Skipper represents two sins: GLUTTONY - again, no explanation needed and ANGER - he violently hits Gilligan on each show.
- This leaves Gilligan. Gilligan is the person who put them there. He prevents them from leaving by foiling all of their escape plots. Also, it is HIS island. Therefore, Gilligan is SATAN.
42 USC 3631
CRIMINAL INTERFERENCE WITH RIGHT TO FAIR HOUSING
Section 3631 of Title 42 makes it unlawful for an individual to use force or threaten to use force to injure, intimidate, or interfere with, or attempt to injure, intimidate, or interfere with, any person's housing rights because of that person's race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin. Among those housing rights enumerated in the statute are:
The sale, purchase, or renting of a dwelling
The occupation of dwelling
The financing of a dwelling
Contracting or negotiating for any of the rights enumerated above
Applying for or participating in any service, organizations, or facility relating to the sale or rental of dwellings.
This statute also makes it unlawful to use force or threaten to use force to injure, intimidate, or interfere with any person who is assisting an individual or class of persons in the exercise of their housing rights.
The offense is punishable by a range of imprisonment up to a life term, depending upon the circumstances of the crime, and the resulting injury, if any.
TITLE 42, U.S.C., SECTION 3631
Whoever, whether or not acting under color of law, by force or threat of force willfully injures, intimidates or interferes with, or attempts to injure, intimidate or interfere with--
(a) any person because of his race, color, religion, sex, handicap (as such term is defined in section 3602 of this title), familial status (as such term is defined in section 3602 of this title), or national origin and because he is or has been selling, purchasing, renting, financing, occupying, or contracting or negotiating for the sale, purchase, rental, financing or occupation of any dwelling, or applying for or participating in any service, organization, or facility relating to the business of selling or renting dwellings; or
(b) any person because he is or has been, or in order to intimidate such person or any other person or any class of persons from--
(1) participating, without discrimination on account of race, color, religion, sex, handicap (as such term is defined in section 3602 of this title), familial status (as such term is defined in section 3602 of this title), or national origin, in any of the activities, services, organizations or facilities described in subsection (a) of this section; or
(2) affording another person or class of persons opportunity or protection so to participate; or
(c) any citizen because he is or has been, or in order to discourage such citizen or any other citizen from lawfully aiding or encouraging other persons to participate, without discrimination on account of race, color, religion, sex, handicap (as such term is defined in section 3602 of this title), familial status (as such term is defined in section 3602 of this title), or national origin, in any of the activities, services, organizations or facilities described in subsection (a) of this section, or participating lawfully in speech or peaceful assembly opposing any denial of the opportunity to so participate--
shall be fined under Title 18 or imprisoned not more than one year, or both; and if bodily injury results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include the use, attempted use, or threatened use of a dangerous weapon, explosives, or fire shall be fined under Title 18 or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both; and if death results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include kidnaping or an attempt to kidnap, aggravated sexual abuse or an attempt to commit aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to kill, shall be fined under Title 18 imprisoned for any term of years or for life, or both.
CDL License Tax
Corporate Income Tax
Federal Income Tax
Federal Unemployment Tax (FUTA)
Fuel Permit Tax
IRS Interest & Penalties (tax on top of tax)
Marriage License Tax
Minnesota Twins Ballpark Tax
Real Estate Tax
Social Security Tax
State Income Tax
State Unemployment Tax (SUTA)
Telephone Federal Excise Tax
Telephone Federal Universal Service Fee Tax
Telephone Federal, State Local Surcharge Tax
Telephone Minimum Usage Surcharge Tax
Telephone State And Local tax
Vehicle License Registration Tax
Vehicle Sales Tax
Workers Compensation Tax
Tax his cow, tax his goat, tax his pants, tax his coat
Tax his tractor, tax his mule, teach him taxes is the rule
Tax his food, tax his drink, tax him if he tries to think
When he hollers tax him more, tax him 'til he's good and sore
Tax his coffin, tax his grave, tax the sod in which he's laid
Put these words upon his tomb, "Taxes drove me to my doom..."
When he's gone, we won't relax, we'll come after the inheritance tax
P.O. Box 11688
Minneapolis, MN 55411-1441
Thursday, January 04, 2007
Saint Paul Police Department
367 Grove Street
Saint Paul, MN 55101
CHIEF OF POLICE
January 4, 2007
Saint Paul Police Seek Stranger Rapist
Shortly after midnight on 1/1/07, a woman walking in the area of Payne Avenue and Lawson was approached and grabbed by an unknown man who pulled her from the alley to the rear of a building and raped her. After the rape, the suspect strangled the victim, punched her and kicked her about the head and face after she was pushed to the ground.
The suspect fled after the attack when the victim became unresponsive. Once sure the suspect was gone, the victim flagged down and motorist who summoned police and paramedics. The woman was transported to Regions Hospital where she was treated and later released.
Since the attack Sex Crimes Unit investigators have been following several immediate leads. No suspects have been identified at this time and the attached composite drawing was completed today.
The suspect is described as a:
Late 20’s to mid-30’s
5’-6” to 6’-0”
Dark colored short hair
Orange colored hooded sweatshirt
Dark colored shoes or boots
Anyone with information as to the identity and/or whereabouts of the suspect is asked to call the Saint Paul Police Sex Crimes Unit at 651-266-5685.
A composite drawing of the suspect should be available later today.
They are changing the name of it to "Case Managed Properties", and the city appears to be gearing up for an all out assault on property owners. They are going to expand this unit 5-fold! That's 5 inspectors instead of one doing the job that Lisa Martin did by herself!
They are in the process of changing it now and assigning the personnel to it.
Bob- These people have gone mad! 3-4 Federal law suits aren't enough.
I have been doing some checking and I haven't found another City who uses or used code enforcement to accompany police on raids. You no why? It's a pandoras box to Civil Rights violations!
I feel I can be of great service here in offering a solution to the city's dilemma with this situation, and here it is:
Pretend this guy is a landlord, go get one of their crooked judges, act real stupid and mis-state the facts and misquote the law and BINGO......they will have a winning hand, just as they always do!
Wednesday, January 03, 2007
This is AWESOME....something we should all remember.
A 92-year-old, petite, well-poised and proud man, who
is fully dressed each morning by eight o'clock, with his hair
fashionably coifed and shaved perfectly, even though he is legally
blind, moved to a nursing home today. His wife of 70 years recently
passed away, making the move necessary.
After many hours of waiting patiently in the lobby of the
nursing home, he smiled sweetly when told his room was ready.
As he manoeuvred his walker to the elevator, I provided a visual
description of his tiny room, including the eyelet sheets that had
been hung on his window.
"I love it," he stated with the enthusiasm of an
ight-year-old having just been presented with a new puppy.
"Mr. Jones, you haven't seen the room; just wait."
"That doesn't have anything to do with it," he replied.
"Happiness is something you decide on ahead of time.
Whether I like my room or not doesn't depend on how the furniture is arranged ... it's how I arrange my mind. I already decided to love
"It's a decision I make every morning when I wake up. I have a
choice; I can spend the day in bed recounting the difficulty I have with the parts of my body that no longer work, or get out of bed and be thankful for the ones that do.
Each day is a gift, and as long as my eyes open, I'll focus on the
new day and all the happy memories I've stored away. Just for this time in my life.
Old age is like a bank account. You withdraw from what you've put
So, my advice to you would be to deposit a lot of happiness in the
bank account of memories! Thank you for your part in filling my Memory bank. I am still depositing." Remember the five simple rules to be happy:
1. Free your heart from hatred.
2. Free your mind from worries.
3. Live simply.
4. Give more.
5. Expect less.
St.Paul's motto... Give more, Expect Less...
Mayor Christopher B. Coleman
January 3rd, 2007
Coleman Statement on New Living Wage Law
(Saint Paul) – Saint Paul Mayor Chris Coleman released the following statement today after the City Council unanimously approved a new Living Wage Ordinance for the City of Saint Paul:
"This ordinance is about responsible City investments and making sure the City uses its limited resources wisely. After months of working together with labor, faith and business leaders, I am confident that we've crafted a strong and sensible living wage law that is good for working families in Saint Paul."
Until blacks "begin to focus in on the serious problems that we have in our communities, and begin to try to solve those problems in the most positive manner that we can, we're not helping ourselves," Jackson said.
Please click onto the title of this post for the story.
Tuesday, January 02, 2007
A minister was completing a temperance sermon. With great emphasis he said, "If I
had all the beer in the world, I'd take it and pour it into the river."
With even greater emphasis he said, "And if I had all the wine in the world, I'd take it and pour it into the river."
And then finally, shaking his fist in the air, he said, "And if I had all the whiskey in the world, I'd take it and pour it into the river."
Sermon complete, he sat down.
The song leader stood very cautiously and announced with a smile, nearly laughing, "For our closing song, let us sing Hymn #365, "Shall We Gather at the River."
Smile, life is too short not to !!
If this brightened your day
Don't let it stop here
Pass it on with a smile
Keep spreading the Cheer.
See you at the river.
The following is an excerpt from the City Counsel meeting. It seems everytime I read this report I see condemnation attempts on one building or another. Does anyone out there have the time to go and get the story on these properties? I am a little pressed for time.
Appeal of Laura Jelinek, Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services, on behalf of Hawo Abdile to a Notice of Condemnation and Order to Vacate property at 453 Sherburne Avenue. (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends granting the appeal.)
Appeal of Ronald Williams to a Notice of Condemnation and Order to Vacate property at 790 Rose Avenue East. (Legislative Hearing Officer recommends denying the appeal.)