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I am the Arizona state chair of a political party called American Third Position.
The mayor and three council members of Arizona’s third-largest city will run unopposed in their fall re-election bids, as no challengers met Mesa’s Wednesday deadline to qualify for the ballot.
At a time of unusually dismal attitudes toward politics and government, an unusual number of opponents are poised to challenge Mesa’s incumbent mayor and three City Council members this fall.
I am disappointed with The Nearly Famous Barry Young. He once mentioned my name on his radio talk show. He even invited me to appear on his show as a guest. I sent an email to Andrew Babinski asking if that invitation was still open. Mr. Babinski never replied.
Now this is rich. Drug cartel killers go into a casino in Monterrey, Mexico (140 miles south of the Texas Border) and pour gasoline on the carpet, setting fire to the casino and killing 53 people. Who does the President of Mexico, Felipe Calderon, blame. Yes, you guessed it, America.
Mesa City Council contender Ralph Brandth is either ignorant of the history of the NAACP or intentionally mis-stating the truth. If he wants to advocate for a white nationalist political party, so be it — the history of such is long and odious. However, to say “Blacks have the NAACP, Mexicans have LaRaza but there is no political group representing the political interests of white people” is disengenuous. The NAACP came into existance in 1909 to give voice to a people that were victims of political oppression, economic exploitation, and social degradation. Where, Mr. Brandt, is the white equivalent of this?
A political party that advocates for white people plans to run a candidate for an East Valley office - and perhaps other elected positions - next year.
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