By: The Unreconstructed Southerner
Well it would seem that the family of Carlos Castro will live the American Dream on the dime of Davidson County taxpayers. In 2006 Carlos Castro was arrested and jailed for driving drunk, something that seems to a pastime for our Latino population. While in jail he gained possession of a broom handle and was refusing to put down the weapon when confronted by jail officers. Castro didn’t and in a scuffle with the officers Castro was killed. Now follow this with me; an illegal alien who wasn’t supposed to be here drives drunk and gets arrested, gets a weapon and swings at the police, and now his illegal alien family is to be rewarded for their criminal family members criminal actions!? Since when do let our honorable police officers be sued by Third World invaders who have no right to be here in the first place?! It is actions like this that reveal how bankrupt our justice system has become and why we must elect officials willing to crack down hard on illegal aliens and drive them out of the state by all legal means.
For those of you in Davidson County who are tired of subsidizing and rewarding illegal behavior it’s time you joined the Council of Conservative Citizens. Our organization is working for sanity in our immigration laws, supporting our law enforcement, and restoring our Christian heritage. If you want to make a positive difference and take your country back click here and join the Council of Conservative Citizens today. God bless and take care.
By: The Unreconstructed Southerner
Last month the Mecklenburg County Democratic Party attempted to replace outgoing Sheriff Pendergraph with disgraced black attorney Nick Mackey. Wherever black NC politicians seem to go corruption doesn’t seem to follow far behind and neither does the black community hesitate to play the race card to protect one of it’s own. Now the County Commission is debating on whether to allow this appointment to go forward in light of Mackey’s past bankruptcy and quiting the police force before he would’ve been fired over lying about his hours.
In following this story one can’t help but miss the growing pressure and loud voices emanating from Charlotte’s black community urging this appointment despite Mackey’s past record. Our members should remind our kinsmen that we must display our own racial solidarity as blacks are so apt at doing. Mecklenburg County can’t allow itself to be bullied by ethnic politics and communities seeking to foist one of their own into the key position of enforcing law and order. We can only hope the County Commission demonstrates good common sense and sends Mackey back to his law office emptyhanded.
By The Unreconstructed Southerner
The Charlotte Sheriff’s Department had the blessing to be led by Jim Pendergraph, who was actually a good Democrat that cracked down on crime and stood for law and order. Now however he might be getting replaced by colored lawyer Nick Mackey, who holds the distinction of being suspended from duty in 2005, declaring bankruptcy, and having incurred tax irregularities. It’s not too much however for the black community who are leaping at the chance to have one of their own in the seat of power for the first time. Just like with Rep. William Jefferson and Mayor Ray Nagin of New Orleans, the colored community has rallied around corrupt and ineffective politicians only because they share the same skin color. So much for the content of their character, not that Mr. King ever lived up to those words himself.
The selection of a black with questionable credentials has opened up splits within the Democratic Party in Mecklenburg County and among blacks and whites in general. While one always hopes for the best, I can only say that in due time Mackey’s selection is likely to produce more corruption, more crime, and a decrease in the cohesiveness of the Sheriff’s Department that had become a point of pride for it’s crackdown on illegal immigration. Our members in that area would be well served to keep appraised of the politics within the Department as it could directly impact the safety of yourself and your family.