Friday, April 13, 2007

MAYBE WE NEED A CORRUPTION CZAR TOO.
As if on cue, the LA WEEKLY and the LA TIMES published stories of local political corruption right after the issue was raised here in connection with gang cops and disclosing their personal finances. The Weekly story focuses on Bell Gardens Councilman Mario Beltran, his connection to the 740 Club's owner Ralph Verdugo and La Puente City Councilman John Solis. According to the accompanying piece in the Weekly, Beltran is a protege of State Senators Gil Cedillo and Ron Calderon.

In the Times piece, Lynwood Mayor Louis Byrd and Councilman Fernando Pedroza were charged by LA DA Dave Demerjian with misappropriating city funds by taking personal trips on Lynwood's dime. Pedroza apparently even charged lap dances in Guadalajara to the city. A year ago, Paul Richards was sentenced to 16 years in the Feds on charges of public corruption. Former Lynwood council members Armando Rea, Arturo Reyes and Ricardo Sanchez are also named in Demerjian's filing.

The Weekly story was written by the same Jeffrey Anderson who wrote the pieces on corruption in Cudahy and the Marroquin/No Guns scandal.

There's obviously a pattern of illegal behavior and corruption in these little cities. It looks like they're being run like Medieval fiefdoms with the guys in the castle raking in the booty and the Dukes in Sacramento backing their play. While it appears that the legal system is working to put these bandits in suits out of business, the big question is, "Where's the public outrage and the big media coverage?" The Weekly's coverage, while excellent, isn't exactly big media. Where's the call for Federal supervision of these towns? Maybe we need another Christopher Commision to ride herd on these people complete with compliance certification from Kroll just to make sure the lap dances aren't paid for with public money.

58 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can we say welcome to Tijuana, Mexico !!!

SNS will be happy that we have towns just like down in Mexico which are controlled by drug cartels and drug money. Because we know towns run by oil cartels and George Bush are much worse.

I heard Councilman Fernando Pedroza also visited with EME members in Mario Corona (Criminals in Schools) club in Baja California.

Wally this is typical Mexico politics, http://www.unesco.org/most/astorga.htm

Que Viva La Mordida !!!!

Que Viva Los Narco Corridos !!!!!

don quixote said...

Wally these plagerizers (the mainstream media) of your, one of a kind blog, need to at least give you a nod, or you should somehow figure a way to be compensated. Hmmm? Got to be a way. Wallista's will figure it out, no ai problema!

Hey Wally I don't claim to be an expert on small city politics, but I have spent many years doing (or trying to!) business with small municipalities, mainly in the West and Southwest USA.

One thing they all have in common is that if the inhabitants aren't involved in every aspect of city business, from elections (especially elections!) to city contracts, budget oversight, tax collections, police and bldg permit enforcement, then very soon the same type of crooks and scam artists (usually real estate developers, Business owners, or land holders), will take over and control all city business as "big fish in a little pond".

They usually scam the whole election process by having elections on a Tuesday between 10 am and 5 pm (when people are working) they will run some cousin or compa against themselves with the outcome fixed.
They load up the city employees with Primos and other family or friends (who kick down for the jale), they'll run out of town, every business operation that isn't playing ball, or is perceived as a threat to thier own business's., ect; ect; ect;

My philosophy when dealing with small independent towns is usually,
"find out who to pay off quick, I don't mind paying someone off, just tell me who the fuck to pay off!"
I don't know what the solution is in regards to small town graft, but it's rampant all over the country, not just LA County,
maybe Walmart has the answer cause they go after these burgs with a vengence (and a team of high priced lawyers) and are successful 99% of the time in setting up operations.

Media coverage will work as these slimballs hate the light of day on thier ass's. Maybe the State just taking over due to incompetency (like in Compton) might scare these "Babbits" in small town "Zenith's" (Sinclair Lewis), to straighten thier shit out, but based on personal experience, I doubt it.
Fucking Huevos on this "Pedroza", charging lap dances in Guadalajara que no? I hope it was a "joto he she", Guadalajara's known for that shit.
dq

snoop dog said...

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snoop dog

Anonymous said...

So tranny lap dances are a Guadalajara specialty? Mmmmmmm how does one now this ? Surely that's on the up and up, word of mouth rather than the down low from the "street"...Been there, done ALL o dat...

I also am a semi-expert in the reception of lap dances, along with participating in politics in medium to mid-size communities all over the place.. I also do construction and will consult on just about anything because I too is almost an expert...But I kid the Don...

atc said...

From LA Times today:

In a major sweep across Southern California, law enforcement officials targeting some of Los Angeles' most notorious gangs raided 41 locations Thursday, arresting 22 suspects on firearms, narcotics and counterfeiting charges.

More than 500 federal and local law enforcement officials were involved in the sweep, which was the culmination of a two-year undercover operation conducted by the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

The raids targeted five cliques of the notorious Crips gang, including the Rollin' 60s, as well as the 55th, 57th, 58th and 59th Street Neighborhood Crips.

"Violence and gun trafficking and drug dealing are the main ingredients of this gang's criminal lifestyle," said Special Agent in Charge John Torres of the ATF's Los Angeles office. "They preyed on those with addictions, they preyed on those who were defenseless, and they preyed on those who were weaker than them, for their own selfish gain … today is a very bad day to be a Neighborhood Crip."

The sweep is the first major effort by federal authorities since the U.S. Justice Department announced a partnership earlier this year with Los Angeles Police Chief William J. Bratton to crack down on gang crime, which rose last year in the city.

The operation highlighted a new strategy by authorities to focus cases on higher-level gang leaders and to try to build criminal complaints around gun-related charges, which carry stiff sentences. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and the LAPD have been tracing guns used in crimes to their original sources.

One suspect had to be forced from an apartment in the 1200 block of West 88th Street after a two-hour standoff. SWAT officers fired gas canisters through the windows to pressure the man to surrender, police said.

Merlene Viola Blahak, who lives in the apartment, said she was awakened about 4:30 a.m. when police aimed bright lights into the unit and ordered everyone out. She said the man who was arrested had recently been staying with her family but that she was unaware of his alleged involvement with any gangs.

"When he didn't come out they trashed my house," she said. "They shot holes in windows [with the gas canisters]. I can't go back because of the gas," she said.

Torres said evidence gathered during the investigation has also aided pending murder and shooting investigations.

"We think we've pretty much decimated this gang" operation, he said.

Most of the arrests were made in South Los Angeles, where officials said the various Neighborhood Crips cliques operate. The Rollin' 60s have operated in South Los Angeles for decades. The LAPD is targeting 11 gangs after gang-related crimes increased across the city in 2006.

"These gangs terrified these neighborhoods," LAPD Deputy Chief Charlie Beck said.

Federal indictments for seven reputed gang leaders, known on the streets as "gang shot callers," are slated to be unsealed today when they appear before a magistrate, officials said.

During the probe, investigators recovered or purchased 28 firearms, including handguns, shotguns, assault weapons and sawed-off shotguns. They also confiscated 147 rounds of ammunition and 1,834 grams of crack cocaine.

On Thursday, agents seized more firearms and recovered more than $46,000 in cash and about $1,000 in counterfeit currency.

The raids come three weeks after ATF officers arrested two men on federal charges of illegally selling firearms from a Compton gun store where 3,390 firearms were seized.

Local and federal officers from agencies across Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Riverside counties participated in the arrests, which took place in Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties.

Four other suspects were already in custody, and 11 remain at large. Several members of other gangs also were arrested in the sweep.

Los Angeles City Councilwoman Jan Perry said her office receives daily complaints about the activity of these gangs in her district.

"I consider today to be significant headway in delivering a very strong message to the people we represent: that we believe in you and we will fight for you," she said. "We will not give up on anybody's community."




They aren't fucking around. But, goodbye Rollin 60s? Can you really do that with 22 arrests?

It seems like there's no way to arrest our way out of this problem. They just arrested a bunch of Armenian dudes in my neighborhood, now White Fence has moved in. Thanks a bunch...

Besides, hasn't La Eme proven that jails don't stop gangs, they make them institutions? It seems like if nothing else--if I'm getting my prison politics right here--BGF and the Crips behind bars just got more backup.

rutgers' point guard said...

We've had towns in L.A. county ran by drug cartels for some time now. You talk about this, anonymous, as if it's something on the verge of happening.

Your problem, anonymous, is that you look at the issues facing this country through a short sighted lens, as opposed to looking at it through a historical lens. It muddles your intellect, and it's the reason that every time you post your opinion you come off sounding like a police cadet who's wet behind the ears.

I'm sure you're a good guy, with good intentions. But you're so naive as to how this country operates, and so ill-informed on the history of the South West United States, that when you combine it with the fact that you will soon be given a registered gun and a badge, it's outright dangerous.

Instead of taking the streets knowing the historical influences on the day to day crime you'll be faced with, you'll be taking the streets under the grossly misguided impression that L.A. was once an honest town, that was taken over by these savage Black and Brown thugs. You will stupidly believe this egotistical concept that it is your role to get as many of these 'scumbags off the streets as possible...one day at a time', while failing to understand that it is the very system that you're been deputized to protect that has created these 'streets', through their historical racist and violent policies. You'll be played like a fiddle; And, you won't realize it until you're approaching retirement, drinking in the early day hours, and going through a divorce.

My advice to you is to make a difference, not in the bullshit, egotistical way that the powers that be tell you to, by 'getting as many collars as possible', et. al., but by changing the grossly racist and corrupted system from within. Report officers that are breaking the law, and, when you do so, don't disappear and hide in a cave. Become a friend to the camera. Get yourself as much exposure as possible. This will make other honest cops feel safe in following your foot steps. Oh, you will face threats of retribution, but by keeping yourself in the public spotlight, you will have more allies than you'll ever know, and because of this, you'll reduce the chances of any retribution actually taking place. Now that you're known in the public eye, your adversaries will be as well, and if so much as a scratch appears on you or your loved ones, we'll know who to look for.

Good luck, Barny. Keep your head up, Semper Fi, all that bullshit.

Oh, p.s., if you're reading this; Love ya Donnny! And, I'll be in tomorrow to get my coffee and McGriddle.

Sincerely,

Nappy headed ho.

jethro aka barney said...

rutgers' point guard said...
We've had towns in L.A. county ran by drug cartels for some time now. You talk about this, anonymous, as if it's something on the verge of happening.

Your problem, anonymous, is that you look at the issues facing this country through a short sighted lens, as opposed to looking at it through a historical lens. It muddles your intellect, and it's the reason that every time you post your opinion you come off sounding like a police cadet who's wet behind the ears.

******

Which anony-mouse are you talking to, anyway there has never been corruption in other cities or towns except the small towns in Southern California?

And the stories about Whitey Bulger and the Irish mafia are false, Whitey and his friends were just civil minded people in local Boston Politics.

The stories about the corruption in Chicago are false. Stories like the one below are just sensationalistic reporting.

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Former Illinois Gov. George Ryan received a sentence of six and a half years in prison on Wednesday, after being convicted on charges of racketeering, mail fraud, filing false tax returns, and lying to investigators. The Chicago Sun-Times reports that in the last three decades, at least 79 local elected officials have been convicted of a crime, including three governors, one mayor, and a whopping 27 aldermen from the Windy City. What makes Chicago so corrupt?

City government experts point to a political culture that's been in place for more than 100 years. This culture dates back to the late 19th century, when a gambling-house owner named Michael Cassius McDonald created the city's first political machine. Under machine-style rule, those in power would hand out contracts, jobs, and social services in exchange for political support.

Chicago's large immigrant population made it easier for political machines to grow in power. Poor ethnic communities could be played off against one another and manipulated with petty gifts. In exchange for political support, ethnicities would be given virtual fiefdoms within city government; the Irish, for example, were given police work, and the Italians jobs at the transit authority


How do we know that Chicago's so corrupt? The most straightforward way to measure corruption is to check the number of convicted local officials. Between 1995 and 2004, 469 politicians from the federal district of Northern Illinois were found guilty of corruption. The only districts with higher tallies were central California (which includes L.A.), and southern Florida (which includes Miami). Eastern Louisiana (and New Orleans) rank somewhat further down the list.

But a high conviction count doesn't necessarily mean more corruption. It could mean that a district happens to have very strict transparency laws or a zealous and effective federal prosecutor—like Patrick Fitzgerald in Chicago. You might try to measure corruption by checking the number of city employees per 1,000 people. (Bigger governments suggest patronage-style politics.) Or you could check to see how long it takes to acquire a construction permit through legal means. (Long delays may reflect a system of rampant bribery.)

Anonymous said...

That Beltran dude...what a butt stain. He's all tight with that cat that owned Ibiza in Whittier. That LA Weekly article is right on. The Ibiza club used to be ok but became one fucked up Raider-Nation type of place. Always a lot of dummies on the weekend. Although there were a whole lot of hot ass hoodrats there...

rocky delgadillo said...

rutgers' point guard said...
Your problem, anonymous, is that you look at the issues facing this country through a short sighted lens, as opposed to looking at it through a historical lens. It muddles your intellect, and it's the reason that every time you post your opinion you come off sounding like a police cadet who's wet behind the ears.

Instead of taking the streets knowing the historical influences on the day to day crime you'll be faced with, you'll be taking the streets under the grossly misguided impression that L.A. was once an honest town, that was taken over by these savage Black and Brown thugs.

+++++++++++++++++++++

To Rutgers' point guard,

Yes we know the government is not perfect and yes there are probably bad cops. But let’s not use this as an excuse for the criminal behavior of a few of our raza who are fuck-ups and become cholos.

We need to help educate and mentor our young people because nobody else is going to do this for us. And if we have family members, friends or neighbors who are in a gang and are involved in illegal activities we need to report the cholos that are breaking the law. And when you do so don't disappear and hide in a cantina drinking a Budweiser.

Become a friend to you neighbors and get yourself as much exposure as possible. This will make other honest neighbors feel safe to follow in your foot steps. You might face threats of retribution by the low life cholos, but by keeping yourself in the public spotlight, you will have more allies than you'll ever know. And because of this you will reduce the chances of any retribution actually taking place. And when you're known in the varrio, the criminal cholos will be as well, and if so much as a scratch appears on you or your loved ones, we'll know which cholos to look for.

Remember I am also from the varrio and worked hard and studied and went on to become an important part of the Los Angeles political system just like our mayor. So let’s not use the racism and inequalities of the past as an excuse for our future.

Good luck, Old Cholo, keep your head up. And forget all that my varrio rifas bullshit.

Rocky Delgadillo

jim said...

A hardened criminal, whose personality belies his viciousness, escapes from prison, killing a guard. Dan Mathews swings into action, and as the man commits one ruthless act after another to break through the trap closing in on him, it becomes apparent that there's almost a personal conflict between the two men - that ends only when they meet face to face in the final scene at a corner booth
at Roma's Pasta Palace & Notary; with two plates set on the linen but only one set of fork and spoon.

Beefy, gravel-voiced Broderick Crawford was the no-nonsense
chief of the Highway Patrol in his action series. The stories
were straight crime dramas, with the chief and his uniformed
officers nailing beef jerky hijackers, slim jim smugglers, and
pool side towel robbers . Most of the action took place on
the sprawling highway system of an unidentified western
state.

Who are some actors who appeared in Highway Patrol and later became famous?
Clint Eastwood, Dyan Cannon, Robert Conrad, Barbara Eden, Leonard Nimoy, Guy Williams, Dennis Hopper, Ted Knight.

Anonymous said...

Ibiza Club?.....Man, I can open a can of worms on that club.
If that Newspaper Reporter from the LA Weekly wanted some really really good dirt....man, I say again, man, I can give a story behind the story on that club-from here to the Mexican Cartels. But then again I dont like to mention names.
About time someone is listening to me....WE NEED THE FEDS IN SOUTHEAST LA, HELP!!!!
:)

The Honorable Mayor "Tony V" said...

Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa retorts;


Rocky "Raccoon" Delgadillo says:

"Remember I am also from the varrio and worked hard and studied and went on to become an important part of the Los Angeles political system just like our mayor. So let’s not use the racism and inequalities of the past as an excuse for our future."

Rocky, word of advice, just shut up! and do your job!
You don't have an original thought in your "Melon", and your just a "back slapping, camera hogging, silk suit wearing, no action just reaction, media hogging, political oportunistic, Hedda Hopper gossip sniffing, City Hall marathoner, O'Melveny and Meyers propped up puppet, kind of lambe culo.
If you ever had to depend on your own intelligence, integrity, and guile to feed yourself you'd be one hungry Mother F'r.

Anonymous said...

CHP = A Puerto Rican playing an Italian later some how converted into a Mexican. Now we have coco-nuts CHIPES riding on Motorcycles and not knowing that the show changed role and paper script to get more viewers. :(

Anonymous said...

Kinda Wrong they killed that vato on Lengua street. He probably just stopped off to score some rock before he jumped back onto the freeway chase. :)
Anyone knows if those two Monolians died at Nicola's. I want to celebrate~!!!!:)

trukos said...

WHOA! first comment hit half the nail on its head, friday the 13th and the fake ass media chimes in right in the nick of time, es todo. i always get it here first, puro pedo
viva califas

don quixote said...

OK Jim, enough with the suspense, we Wallista's have got to know,
who got to use the single fork and spoon setting at "Roma's Pasta Palace & Notary"?
Was it Broderick Crawford of the Highway Patrol? Or was it the vicious, murdering, prison escapee on the run?
You just can't leave people hanging like this, Wally's blog isn't some Saturday Afternoon series where "Flash Gordon" gets thrown into the fiery pit by the evil "Magnificent Ming", then the film ends and everyone has to wait until next week to see what happens to "Flash"!
That's just childish and sophomoric!

By the way, on the Sopranos this SUnday, I wonder if Christopher will take the spike out of his arm and get back to work, or will he get wacked?
dq

Anonymous said...

:) smiley face said .......
Ibiza Club?.....Man, I can open a can of worms on that club.
If that Newspaper Reporter from the LA Weekly wanted some really really good dirt....man, I say again, man, I can give a story behind the story on that club-from here to the Mexican Cartels. But then again I dont like to mention names.
About time someone is listening to me....WE NEED THE FEDS IN SOUTHEAST LA, HELP!!!!
http://www.ibizawhittier.com/


**********
I have had lunch at the Ibiza a few times, they have a cheap and pretty good salad bar. But I have never been to the club (too old). I never heard any chismes about it being bought with drug money. I thought that infamy belonged to the Rodeo night club in Pico Rivera.

Is that Beltran guy just a low life or his he that stupid and blind to know where his campaign money comes from? Well now with all the news coverage in the LA Times and LA weekly he can't plead ignorance.

But remember we are better off with drug cartels then Bush and oil cartels running our towns according to the liberal gone loco.

Wally I see you were talking about these towns in your archives years ago.

And also the famous gang cop Sgt. Valdemar has also been talking about drug cartels becoming involved in small town politics for years.

I guess the big time media is busy covering Paris Hilton and Anna Nicole stories.

El Vato de Duarte

big betty said...

Steve Scauzillo: Economics drive immigration issue

THERE'S nothing like a change of scenery to gain a fresh perspective on an issue. Take illegal immigration.

I spent five days in eastern Kansas (Johnson County) and Kansas City, Mo., last week and guess what? There are no illegal immigrants hanging around the Home Depot stores. The people who bus and wait tables? Local residents, college students. Gardeners and domestic workers? Legal citizens.

It was the same way last year when I visited Portland and Salem, Ore. College kids and teenagers were working at McDonald's and Wendy's and at the various ethnic restaurants, busing tables, mopping floors, taking orders.

Such anecdotal evidence throws out one of the basic arguments for illegal immigration - that no one will do such menial jobs except those crossing into the United States illegally. Tell that to Oregon, Kansas and Missouri. If they can fill those low-tier jobs with American citizens or recent legal immigrants, why can't California?

Of course, it is not that simple. And let me stop and say right now that I know the meaning of illegal immigration. It is illegal - against the law. So, in essence, yes, that part is simple. But just for a few moments, I'd like to talk about the non-simple part: economics. See, it is always money that belies our social problems in this country.
People come into the United States illegally from Mexico, El Salvador and other parts of South America or China or wherever because they are poor and see a better opportunity in the USA. There's no denying that is true. We have a great country with a rich economy that is much stronger than those immigrant countries.

Second, there is what social psychologists call conditioning. Illegal immigration is a conditioned response. It's been going on for decades and both sides of the border have gotten used to it, even relied upon it. People make it over, sometimes after numerous tries, sometimes risking death from heat exhaustion, always with self-sacrifice, often leaving behind family members they may never see again. They do it because there are industries - i.e. jobs, dollars - waiting on this side of the border. Restaurants, construction businesses, homeowners and the biggest of all, agribusiness, will hire illegal immigrants for less and for fewer or no benefits. They work hard and some may start their own businesses and soon, the economy adjusts, even prospers. There is also a price America pays in terms of health care and hospital emergency rooms, law enforcement and education costs. But that's for another column.

Congress has authorized more border patrol agents and is building a large fence across our southern border. And some sources say illegal crossings are down. But agriculture firms in the Central Valley, which have become reliant on cheap labor, are complaining about too few workers to harvest the crops. Upper middle class and upper class residents in L.A. say prices of car washes, restaurant meals, day care and domestic help will rise if illegal immigration is curbed. Again, they've become conditioned to inexpensive labor. I say, these same jobs can be filled - eventually - but at legal wage by legal residents.

I had a friend my age who grew up in the Central Valley. He was white and poor. He and his brothers would pick almonds in the summer. Now, these jobs are usually given to illegal immigrants.

Would white folks pick fruit and almonds today? Farmers say no. I'd suspect the white folks would say no as well. Why? Because the social conditions have changed. Now, Mexicans, Salvadorans, Guatemalans, etc., work on our farms in California. They are on the lower rung of the social ladder.

It was the same way in the 1920s and 1930s when my mother's mother, my grandmother Pompelia, and her two sisters, Josephine and Matilda, came over by boat from Italy and were processed as legal immigrants at Ellis Island in New York. They took garment worker jobs - today they are called sweatshops. My grandfather, Matteo Mimmo, went to work in the steel mills in Pittsburgh. He was an educated man and soon learned the masonry trade and established his own business in New York.

They were legal immigrants but faced similar economic conditions to those illegal immigrants face today. They were taunted as WOPs and dagos yet climbed the social ladder by learning English and going to school, as do most legal immigrants today (whether Latino, Asian or European.)

It's the economics that drive this issue. And if something is to change, it must start with the businesses that hire illegal immigrants. Or are they - and us - too conditioned to the status quo to bring about changes?

steve.scauzillo@sgvn.com
Visit Scauzillo's blog: stevescaz.blogspot.com

rutgers' point guard said...

To Rocky Delgadillo,

Yes, we know the barrio is not perfect and there are some bad people, but let's not use this as an excuse to strip all people in the barrio of their civil rights, by dishonest, racist government officials giving the good ones a bad name.

We need to expose and prosecute our government officials and law enforcement officials who have racist agendas because no one is going to do it for us. And, if we have family members who are cops or government officials, and we know for certain that they are actively involved in illegal conduct, we need to report them. And when you do so, don't disappear and hide in a donut shop.

Become a friend to other cops who report misconduct, and expose yourself as much as possible. This will make other cops follow in your footsteps. You might face threats of retribution from racist cops and government officials, set on their ways of policy, written or unwritten, but by keeping yourself in the public spotlight, you'll have more allies than you'll ever know.

Remember, there are plenty of cops that do their jobs in a legal manner, and understand that the constitution is not just a piece of paper. So let's not use our bigoted feelings toward minorities to just throw the constitution out the window and enforce the law by our own barbaric, evil methods.

Good luck, cadet. Keep your head up, and remember that sarcastically mimicking someone else will usually only prompt them to do the same in return... :)

'
Nappy Headed Ho

Anonymous said...

:) said ....
About time someone is listening to me....WE NEED THE FEDS IN SOUTHEAST LA, HELP!!!!

++++++++++++++++++++++

I like the comment "welcome to tijuana, Mexico" sounds like the drug cartels are moving into southern California.

If the U.S. goverment waits long enough maybe we will later have to resort to the tactics presidente Calderon is using in Mexico, of using the military to fight the corrupt local cops and drug cartels.

I can see marines with their m-16 rifles in amormed humvees and abraham tanks rolling into Cudahy.

atc said...

To be fair, those might have been really fucking awesome lap dances.

trukos said...

just dont fuck with la zeta and their enimigas

big betty said...

Re:
big betty said...
Steve Scauzillo: Economics drive immigration issue
THERE'S nothing like a change of scenery to gain a fresh perspective on an issue. Take illegal immigration.
At 10:47 AM



Sadly my name was lifted _again_ by you know who. Should I take solace in "Imitation is the Best Form of Flattery", I think not. Just wanted to set the record straight and you all more or less know my politics. I know that Gava Joe and Don Quixotes names have also been lifted by this horse thieving self loathing character before and although Wally does his best I'm sending him some No Doze and some Starbuck's potent, Gold Coast Blend beans. (^:
Jim

Ps. Well get back to that fist fight and brawl at Roma's Pasta Palace & Notary
Don Quixote!

Anonymous said...

rutgers' point guard said...

Yes, we know the barrio is not perfect and there are some bad people, but let's not use this as an excuse to strip all people in the barrio of their civil rights, by dishonest, racist government officials giving the good ones a bad name.

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To the nappy headed hoe rutgers point guard,

rutgers' point guard said...

Yes, we know the barrio is not perfect and there are some bad people, but let's not use this as an excuse to strip all people in the barrio of their civil rights, by dishonest, racist government officials giving the good ones a bad name.

**********

We real veteranos use the word varrio not barrio, quit trying to talk like raza by using spanglish. You white crackers are not fooling anybody by instigating pedo with comments against our admired raza like Rocky D.

Are you trying to obliterate Wally’s blog with your sophomoric comments, we got your number ese.

El Veterano

rutgers point guard said...

Oh, you white boys are silly. So sheltered from reality.

Listen, you will never see the United States military take to the streets of Cudahy, because the people that run this country wouldn't inflict military action on their own cheap labor. I don't care if every city official in Cudahy is a budding Tony Montana, and if 98% of the town is undocumented, there will be no action taken. The cheap labor will always be protected, rather it be the cheap labor for the legitimate workforce, or the cheap labor to sell dope for the enemies of our enemies abroad. Look at the bright side, dudes. It's better than socialism! I'm out, y'all.

Nappy Headed Ho.

Jim said...

While still seated in the corner booth, both Dan Mathews and the escaped convict warm up by shuffling her feet and throwing mock jabs, trying to intimidate the opponent with a stare-down.

The bell at the cash register rings as four patrons pay the bill, the felon clam, not rushing, places his napkin on lap; but Dan comes out battling--and lands consecutive blows to the opponent's face, lands right, stuns convict but back comes the felon and works the Chiefs face and hat.
Wow. What a first round. Both men land great shots. Both men take it well.

Both men still sitting and across one another; the felon comes out boxing better. Dan lands good body work with the two plates, and using his size and pushing the convict back into the head rest of the next booth. Mathews landing shots but nothing hurting the convict at this point.

Round two to the Chief

Round Three
Felon controls action. Looking to land big shot. Mathews pushing convict around again using his size, he is clearly the bigger man and is using his size. Convict hanging in but Mathews is getting the better of the exchanges.

Round Three to the Chief

Round Four
Convict landing great shots to Mathews after pulling table cloth over the Chiefs head. The Chiefs BLEEDING!! Convict landing much harder shots this round!! Cut Ruling by waiter, caused by spoon to eye!! Mathews is enraged, pummels convict at the end of the round !! Huge round for Mathews!!

Round Five
Convict desperate, Going for KO. slides under table landing shots to the Chiefs balls but Mathews is not going any where. Mathews grabs the pencil necked geek from under the table on his side and batters him back at the end of the round.

Round Six
THEY TRADE BIG!! Both men hurt. Convict losses his mouth piece. They trade some more.. the Chief hurting the escaped felon. Convict showing heart!! They battle back and forth. What a WAR!! Both men sticking to their guns.

Round Seven
Mathews puts on boxing lesson. Convicts eye is bleeding and swollen. Convict is trying..the man has heart. Mathews is just too big and strong. The Chief might get convict out soon!!

Round Eight
They brawl for the entire round. Mathews has the fight won but he isn't backing down!! What a Warrior!! convict showing guts and trying for the KO!!

All of the sudden the lights go off ...silence ...darkness. ?

don quixote said...

Interesting article in the LA Times about wealthy Corporations "donating" moneys to the LAPD, who in turn provide special "services" and attention to these "Sponsers"
Is this an example of "mordida" for the rich or just good concerned citizens giving to a strapped LAPD dept who could use the funds?
ANd if the "big chigons" at the LAPD can accept "donations" then why can't the street or local cop do the same on a smaller level?
Tu sabes, like taking a "little taste" for an extra swing around the neighborhood to protect local merchants (legal and illegal) who are on the special list.
Democracy in action que no?
??????????????????????????????

Firms' donations to LAPD spur concerns
Gifts create a pay-to-play perception that the rich can buy better service than the poor, critics say. Bratton denies any impropriety.
By Patrick McGreevy, Times Staff Writer
April 15, 2007


Corporations and business groups donated more than $417,000 in cash and equipment in the last year to the Los Angeles Police Department to help pay for investigations and services that directly benefited them, records show.

The film industry helped fund a crackdown on pirated movies. Shopping malls paid for extra traffic control, security and a tracking system able to recover cars stolen from their parking lots.

And next week, the City Council will consider accepting $50,000 from Philip Morris USA to aid an investigation into the sale and counterfeiting of the company's cigarettes.

Supporters of the practice say it helps a cash-strapped department fight crime. But some skeptics are concerned about the appearance of pay-to-play law enforcement in which the rich can afford to buy better protection than the poor.

"This runs counter to the notion that public safety is provided equally to all and not just those rich enough to afford it," said Kathay Feng, executive director of California Common Cause. "Our police are not a private security force, and therefore police services should be funded by the public and not private interests that stand to benefit directly."

Unlike law enforcement agencies in other big cities — for example, New York — some of the LAPD donations were solicited by various police officials outside the framework of the department's independent police foundation.

Donors who want to give to the New York Police Department are told to go through the separate New York Police Foundation, which was established in 1971 after the Knapp Commission uncovered widespread corruption in the department.

"Our police department cannot accept donations," said Gregg Roberts, executive vice president of the New York Police Foundation. "We were created to be a hedge against corruption. By having donations go through us, we take out any implication of impropriety."

The majority of donations benefiting the LAPD — $2.1 million last year — went through the Los Angeles Police Foundation, where one top official said it might be good for appearance's sake that all of them go through the group.

The donations that the LAPD solicits from crime victims or companies with narrow interests also are distinct from payments the department gets for extra services. For instance, the department routinely allows major firms, including the Los Angeles Dodgers, to pay uniformed officers to work security after their normal shifts.

In other cases, such as the Martin Luther King Jr. Parade, the City Council waives the cost of providing traffic control and policing because the event serves the general public.

The propriety of private donations going directly to the department hit the spotlight after Police Chief William J. Bratton wrote to Philip Morris USA recently to ask for a $50,000 donation to help pay the cost of an investigation into the sales and distribution of cigarettes that are counterfeits of the firm's products.

The cigarette maker's donation sparked concern that has delayed its approval by more than two weeks. A vote is scheduled by the City Council for Wednesday.

However, a check of LAPD records shows that Philip Morris is not the only company paying for extra policing.

Other examples include:

• The Motion Picture Assn. of America donated a 10-camera security system worth $186,064 "to assist officers with investigations of counterfeit merchandise" and other crimes.

• The Westfield Topanga shopping mall donated a $26,753 automatic license plate recognition system to help police find and recover stolen cars after a series of thefts, including Cadillac Escalades, at West Valley malls.

• Westside Pavilion Security provided $12,600, ostensibly to benefit the LAPD's Explorer Program. (City Council members objected when they discovered that the paperwork included invoices for specific security patrols provided by Explorers at the mall but the donation was approved anyway.) Two other malls also gave $10,000 or more.

• A group of businesses called the Hollywood Entertainment District Owners Assn. donated $85,000 worth of surveillance systems to watch the sidewalks in front of their businesses. The cameras were installed and linked to the Hollywood Police Station.

Xandra Kayden, a senior fellow at the UCLA School of Public Affairs, said there is a thin line between the private sector helping the police to better the city and donations aimed at getting extra police services in neighborhoods that can afford to provide them.

mr. booze said...

Want a Beer? First We Have to Book You For Future Crimes
LONDON—Drinkers in the U.K. could soon be asked to leave their fingerprints and personal data at the bar every time they buy a pint in a pub or club. Bar owners who refuse to comply will have their liquor licenses revoked.

The checks are part of a scheme, set to be introduced nationwide, to reduce crime and keep troublemakers out of every pub or club in their town or city.

But human rights campaigners oppose the plan, saying it smacks of Big Brother and assumes drinkers are “guilty until proven innocent.”

Guy Herbert, of privacy campaign group No2ID, said, “People are having to post bail in the form of their fingerprints merely to have a drink.”

And since the Thought Police know you’re going to commit a crime eventually, they might as well book you now and save themselves the hassle later.

MR. BOOZE said...

...THE HELL IS GOIN ON BUDDY?

Muslim Cabbies Refuse Passengers Carrying Alcohol
MINNEAPOLIS—When flight attendant Eva Buzek returned to Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport from France and told a cab driver to be careful with her bag because there was wine inside, she was shocked at the response she got from the Somali Muslim driver.

“He said, ‘I don’t take alcohol,’ ” Buzek said. She was then refused service by three more drivers. A month later, Buzek told cabdrivers that she had wine in her bag even though she did not, just to test responses. She said four drivers refused her service that time as well.
About 3/4 of the 900 taxi drivers who serve the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport are Somali Muslims.

“Some people have been refused by driver after driver after driver,” said Pat Hogan, a spokesman for the Metropolitan Airports Commission.

Last month, the commission proposed putting colored lights on top of cabs to indicate which ones will carry alcohol, a compromise worked out in discussions ongoing since May with the Muslim American Society of Minnesota. But the commission got about 2,000 emails opposing the idea and announced this month that it had scuttled the plan.

“Opposition came from both sides politically,” Hogan said. “There are people who say, ‘If they don’t like the job, they should go back to Somalia.’ And on the other side people are saying, ‘We support diversity, but the Christian right is trying to tell us what to do, and now we’re getting it from Muslims, too.’ People were saying they wouldn’t take a cab at all. There was concern the industry as a whole would suffer.”

Email the Airports Commission: publicaffairs@mspmac.org
Now!!!

al shapton said...

Wally,

Why do you not permit the constant racist remarks against African-Americans? I see the words mayate, tinto, nigger, and nappy headed hoe used in your blog, are you not aware what these words represent? These words carry with them hatred and disgust directed toward Black Africans and African Americans. Whether used as a noun, verb, or adjective, it strengthens the stereotype of the lazy, stupid, dirty, worthless nobody. No other American surname carries as much purposeful cruelty.

The civil rights movement, Supreme Court decisions, the Black empowerment movement, broad civil rights legislation, and a general embracing of democracy by many American citizens have worn down America’s racial pecking order from slavery moving into Jim Crow period and today’s institutional racism. Yet, these words (mayate, tinto, nigger) have not left and its relationship with anti-Black prejudice remains symbiotic, interrelated, and interconnected. Ironically it is co-dependent because a racist society created these words and continues to feed and sustain it.

Would you permit an Anglo-American to use the words beaner, wet-back, lazy Mexican to describe people of the Latino race? You mentioned censoring racist remarks made against Latinos by Anglo-Americans, well just like the title of your recent post stated it cuts both ways.

Al Sharpton

Rutgers point guard said...

Al Sharpton, I did a search in response to your accusation that Wally only lets in posts that criticize Blacks, or include racial slurs against Blacks.

Truth be told, I don't think Wally would let this sneak through the cracks if he were biased:

Anonymous, in February of 2006, wrote:

"Running the prisons. What does that mean?

The Mexicans run their affairs, Whites run their affairs, and Blacks run their own affairs.

All groups got their own operations, their own hustles.

The Mexicans aint barking orders to the Blacks, and we know the blacks wouldn't listen to no shit like that.(RIOTS)

So what are they running? What, they got the best jobs prisons can offer?

Everybody uses the same technics to get that shit in there. If one group is out, do yall really think a Strung out junky Mexican wont cop from whoever gots it at the time?

To keep it real, Mexicans do business with Blacks, and vis versa, in and out side.

All this shit is a myth, there is no Iron Curtain in the middle of The Yard or these Neighborhoods.

We all know for years blacks punished inmates on an indivual basis.Mexcians and whites came together out of Fear of a Black Planet.

Blacks dominated the gang scene for years.Had a monopoly on drugs and violence for decades.You didnt hear a peep from Ese's in the 1970's or 1980's.

Chicano Gangs of this Era were switch blade gangsters, broke drug addicts, sniffing paint/glue and slamming dog food, sad scence for a chicano gangster.

Blacks gave mexicans passes in there neighborhoods for years.If blacks would of took a page out of the Sureno "Play Book,and took up a racial campaign to elimate "Mexican Civilians", cleansing these mexicans out of South Los Angeles,Compton, and Watts shit would be different.

There would be no Florencias West of the traintracks, no Eighteen Streets claiming, lol (Martin Luther)KING BLVD gangsters.No Compton Varrios acting like mad dogs that need to be put to sleep, and all Watts Varrio Grapes would of turn Grape Street Crips or nothing.

But Blacks weren't on that page.

Maybe jacking your Paisa daddys here or there, knocking them out on the RTD bus.But for the most part there are alot of Blaxicans Crip and Bloods.


In the county jail,in the 1970's and the 1980's blacks were loud and whatever, and a mexican didnt do a god damn thing about it.Blacks were punishing Ese's on head up fades.

Its this wave of immigrants that has altered the landscape, the recruiting of stoner gangs, and taggers. Ballooning the ranks of Chicano gangs that were on there last legs from hardcore drug abuse. Straight up Hypes.

Without this population boom,Ese's would still be stuck on Ceaser Chavez Blvd with Needles in there arms.


Are there any full blooded Chicano Gangs left?

O"

http://inthehat.blogspot.com/2006/02/who-runs-jails-public-and-media.html

'
Nappy Headed Ho

marty with the short pants said...

Does any body have a good recipe for the use of spam, I a have tornado cellar full of spam which is about to expire and I need to use it before the expiration date.

The bottles of whiskey, tequila and wine are only getting better with age. So when the tornado hits I will be having some very smooth alcohol.

marty with the short pants

Gava Joe said...

You can smell the masa whenever Al Sharpton shows up.. I'm old enough to remember beyond even Tuanna Brawley. I recall when Rev. Al wore that nifty "conk job" and worked the late night talk circuit as more of an oddity or parody of his race than he was the "astute spokesman" he is now.. Not to raise your hackles, Wally but even you have to admit that it becomes a rhetorical circus when the Rev.s bring out their dog and pony show. Between Bro. J.J.trying to enunciate and Rev. Al spewing his twisted take even this old white hippie's got to guffaw..
I'm thinking that my long gone mentor Jack Kerouak would liken this Don Imus debacle to: Imus laying a big ol turd and the "flies" moving in to feed, wearing their self-importance like new leather.......

It's both sad and tragic that the "line in the sand" keeps getting clearer defined by the day as regards the racial discourse, and the best we as a people can produce to calm the savage beast is bloviating politicos and men of the cloth posing as "informed"..

Jack might conclude with: and the parasites shall inherit the Earth.

old cholo said...

rutgers point guard said...
Oh, you white boys are silly. So sheltered from reality.

Listen, you will never see the United States military take to the streets of Cudahy, because the people that run this country wouldn't inflict military action on their own cheap la

*************

Well hell, just a few days ago someone was talking about our evil government and all of its evil deeds of the past, such as the interment camps of the Japanese and the Iraq prisoners camps in Puerto Rico.

Which government do we have, a government which violates our civil rights or one which will protect me and do me no harm?

I want to know if I can safely walk the streets of L.A. without being beat up by the LAPD and being falsely arrested. Or do I have to hide behind the iron bars over my doors and widows to keep the cops out?

El Cholo

Anonymous said...

Quick note from the Central Time Zone - 2 hrs in your future to let you know that Chrissy did'nt get his tonight - but it's coming..
RIP Johnny Sack....GJ

Anonymous said...

Rutgers point guard said...
Al Sharpton, I did a search in response to your accusation that Wally only lets in posts that criticize Blacks, or include racial slurs against Blacks.

and blah blah blah

************

What did any of that previous post have to do with comments against blacks. Quit smoking that PCP when posting on Wally's blog with so many of your anony-mouse names.

Go watch the Sopranos but do not comment on the show please. This blog is about the real gangs of LA not the fictional mafia on TV.

Please find a hobby you are not funny, entertaining or relevant with your stupid posts.

Que Locuras

rutgers point guard said...

El Cholo, I agree with you. Someone is far more likely to get attacked by a gang member than a cop. In fact, you really have to push it to get beat up by a cop. But, does a cop, other than in the case of an immediate need for physical defense of himself or someone else, ever have the right to beat anyone up, for any reason? Does anyone? Laws are laws, and everyone has to follow them.

I know you're pissed. But two wrongs don't make a right.

The point that America protects it's cheap labor (be it cheap labor for a legal or illegal workforce), does not contradict the documented history of America's barbaric policies. You lost me there, mista cholo.

Anyhow, this girl needs some sleep. It's been a loooong week; But a successful one.

'
Nappy Headed Ho.

Anonymous said...

Rev Al said ...

Why do you not permit the constant racist remarks against African-Americans? I see the words mayate, tinto, nigger, and nappy headed hoe used in your blog, are you not aware what these words represent?



Rev Al.

If Wally does not permit these comments , What the Hell are you complaining about?

This is Wally's blog and he can or can't permit whatever he wants.
Wally has probably been biased to all of us at one time or another.I know he has skipped some of my comments as well.

I have seen racial comments about everyone on here from Chinks to Spicks Crackers and Niggers so quit crying.

Anonymous said...

Alcohol is perhaps the single most effective means of bringing together people of different backgrounds, creeds and nationalities. You give me Pat Robertson, an abortionist illegal immigrant homosexual communist Jew, a case of good beer and a liter of Wild Turkey, and I'll bring you back two guys with permission to date each other's sisters. Alcohol bridges all social, linguistic and ethnic divides, and no matter where you go, you will find brothers of the bottle to lead you through the local jungles of juice.

don quixote said...

The wannabe Wallista blog police, anonymouse mumbles:


"Go watch the Sopranos but do not comment on the show please. This blog is about the real gangs of LA not the fictional mafia on TV.

Please find a hobby you are not funny, entertaining or relevant with your stupid posts.

Que Locuras "


Once again "the pot calling the kettle black" from a reactionary who never posts up anything but goofy web page address and takes the art of mimicry to a new low point ad nausem.
The different goofy handles chosen are really funny though in there lack of imagination. Very telling indeed. LMFAO!

GJ, Last nights Sopranos had to be one of the funniest episodes ever with all the goodfellas involved with the Mafia/Horror film "Cleaver", and Sydney Pollack as the con/doctor/multiple murderer, ("I killed the mailman too since I was fully committed"),.
One week, two weeks tops and Christopher will be drinking that bottle of Thunderbird.

dq

Anonymous said...

I like how the season is going so far. You really do not know how its going to end because the writers are taking us down a few paths now. I agree that something might happen to AJ, it would be enough to probably push Tony over the edge. Most people feel that Tony will either get killed or arrested. It seems like Phil has said no more to the disrespect he thinks he gets from Jersey. Also we know the feds have been building this major RICO case for years against Tony. The murder in Canada can not be used in the RICO just because that happened in Canada and has no jurisdiction within the United States. I could see that coming back on Bobby and maybe Tony and maybe they would get arrested for murder in Canada. I also see that those two might never happen, and maybe it will end with him retiring. He has been grooming Chris and now Bobby a little bit, even though I still think he will give it to Chris. Did you see how much in awe Tony was when Carmine Jr was telling him how stressfree he is that he is not involved in this thing of theirs. I could see Tony eventually calling it quits and passing things on to a successor.

Anonymous said...

TO: Al Sharpton

Maybe if you tell your government black employees and political homeboys in LA to stop being such big A-O, we would probably consider toning down our comments that you so desperately cry about.

The majority of Black government workers in LA are Lazy, Rude, and Ghetto. This is at every level of government, especially the State DMV and LACO Juvenile Halls. Come to think of it, its really bad at the County level period......everyone knows the typical fat Black Rude Lazy County Worker that does nothing and waits around for the 15/30 - the new black welfare reform movement from the 1960s. You ask a question and they look at you crazy and ignore you. When you call them on it, they get crazy and intentionally f-up your paperwork. Then her Black supervisor covers it up or backs up her ghetto rudeness. This is aburbed. At least back in the days, whites would ignore us but not act like primitive monkeys.

Me personally, I can care less you call me a beaner - wetback- whatever you want to call me, my education and degrees speaks for themselves.
You know, on the sad side of the issue with the "LA-Black Ghetto governmental occupation movement" is that those hard working blacks from different countries, cultures, and background are stereotyped. If you American Blacks would get your culture straigten out, you wouldn't be crying on racial issues or pointing fingers - but trying to educate those that need change in conduct and mentality.

PS - you need to return to collge and complete your BA. When your there, take a course on American Governmental Principle and fundamentals. Open the chapter on Freedom of Speech. If MLK was alive, he would straigten you out and check you.

mr. booze said...

Wally
Do you know yet what the front and back covers of your book will look like?
Will you be on any Los Angeles radio talk shows (KFI, KABC) to talk about your book? Personally I don't listen to those stations anymore (I get a rash) but looking out for Mr. T - I know you would get a lot of buzz and especially on Larry Elder's and Doug McIntyre's shows on KABC and the Bill Handel and The John and Ken Show on KFI. I get big rashes Wally, but I hope you can appreciate my lookin after you. Now go sell them books.

atc said...

I too tire of the Sopranos talk. Sure, it's a fine show, but aren't there some tens of thousands of sites dedicated to that? I'm sure they are sad to be missing your insights even as we speak.

At the risk of changing the subject, from LA Times' Homicide blog:

Lincoln Heights: Shurnell West, 25, a black man, died at 10:30 a.m. April 14, the day after being shot in a car on North Broadway near North Mission Avenue in Lincoln Heights. West was riding in a car with some friends when a van pulled up alongside, a sliding door opened, a suspect fired, striking West, who was taken to County-USC Hospital by his friends where he died. LAPD Hollenbeck detectives are close to clearing this case: A Latino man has been arrested in connection to the murder. Police investigators contend West may have been a black member of a Latino gang which was fighting with another Latino gang.

Looks like someone didn't get the memo on the race war. I wonder how many folks are trapped on the weird side of that divide...it's gotta be strange when your homies start talking "mayate" this and "nigger" that.

That part-black dude from 204th St. must have felt that way, then he goes and shoots a little black girl. What a tough guy.

Anonymous said...

HAS ANY ITALIAN BOSS OF A FAMILY RETIRED WILLINGLY BESIDES JOE BONNANO? ITs a bad legacy, besides Carmin HAS tONY'S SUPPORT, NOT THE REST OF TEAM PUTTING IN WORK, WHICH IS WHAT REALLY MATTERS.

JOHN WAS TOO EMOTIONAL, ALL THAT YELLING WAS UNMANLY

who seen i love new york, the reunion? that shit was funny, fucking VH-1 is making a killing ridiculing the black race witrh all those freaks (flava, new york, her mom, and all the other fuck ups and woof tix)

Anonymous said...

former gangster back again
its true in alot of ways that the average black gov employee is lazy and rude, but i think one has to look at the other side of the coin, the white side which i would say has more power and control is basically robbing us blind, and with a smirk on their face while they do it
if we stop and look at alot of the things the government does, which it doesnt do secretly but i think the media gets distracted from it by alot of red herrings, and we know the american publics attention span wouldnt allow alot of that stuff to become news, but the gov drains billions and probably trillions over a longer period into the ground,, right now the foreign aid we give to israel amounts to roughly $3100 per citizen of israel, and their per capita income is like $3500, and i havent figured out what that means but ive been to israel and they should be paying us for all the services we give them, not getting paid big time,
thats aside from the billions in foreign aid packages we give to other countries, i know its a way of buying foreign govs which will be favorable to us in the future but sometimes it goes to govs that will attack us in the future,,like sadam,,lol,,
aside from all that i think theres alot of public employees that are rude and lazy, not just black, and yes im talking about our own raza, the way i see it right now if we give our raza time we will end up in the same postion blacks are now, the chronic victims of the man, when in reality most of the harm that comes to us is from our own people,
on top of that i find it hard to complain when i know alot of people in latin america have it much worst than us, and i wont say ive been working with the system and never had a problem,, to the contrary ive had problems just about every step of the way, at the dmv, with los angeles unified school district, irs, one thing ill say about the sistas is if they like you they can tilt the scale in your favor too, which i dont know if thats correct but i cant complain about it, try to get a coconut latino to tip the scales in your favor,, forget about it,,
i guess the bottom line is were all individuals, and we cant be lumped into groups that easily so why should we lump other people into groups, who knows, im having drama like that right now with some paper work and i know theres no negritos behind that, so it just shows that any gov agency and anyone thats there can mess up your paperwork,,
try going to the dmv in glendale, they got this lady that weighs like 500lbs, white lady, anyways i guess she complained so they gave her her own special office in the back, so when you go in there you think shes like a supervisor but it turns out shes just a normal clerk that got that special office because she couldnt fit her big ass behind the counter,,lol, so as soon as you walk in she has bumper stickers and mugs with slogans like, fat is beautiful, and the worst part is that shell try to shake you down to see if you wanna hit that,,lol, so you have to lead her on or else shell become a dog that needs to be put to sleep,,lol, i wouldnt know cuz my carnal was the one that dealt with her, i know he came home late that night so quien sabe,,lol,
alright then peeps later,
former gangster

Anonymous said...

DQ I have to know what the implication of the "T-bird" has to do with the eventual demise of one Christopher Multosanti?? Unless you're refering to the sweet fini of a tecato being condemned to imbibing immense portions of Thunderbird to "take the edge off" for Eternity? LMAO.. That would suit my taste in his regard. The guy had WAY too much dope and used it WAY too freely. That shit'll make you stoopid!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said …………………

Maybe if you tell your government black employees and political homeboys in LA to stop being such big A-O, we would probably consider toning down our comments that you so desperately cry about.

If you American Blacks would get your culture straigten out, you wouldn't be crying on racial issues or pointing fingers - but trying to educate those that need change in conduct and mentality

+++++++++++++++++++++

Just like Wally said “AS IF ON CUE”, I just saw the Oprah show and the topic was about the comment (nappy headed hoe) made by Don Imus and why blacks accept the misogynistic and degrading attitude towards women by black entertainers (rap musicians).

And of course Al Sharpton was on the Oprah show and he was being taken to task by other blacks especially women for not being more vocal against black rappers. He gave many examples of actions he had taken against rap music, rap musicians and the thug lifestyle. I was also surprised by some of Al Sharpton’s comments such as

1) Speaking proper English (talking white) does not make you a sell-out.
2) He is a big supporter of Bill Cosby’s and also expects blacks to take more responsibility for their bad behavior he was not blaming others.
3) And that the black community, churches and parents need to be involved with their kids and not expect others to assume this role.

And not once did Al Sharpton blame the white racist government for the failures of black thugs. Maybe the anonymous poster should watch the Oprah show when it is rebroadcast late at night.

Surprised by Al Sharpton

al sharpton said...

Anony – Mouse Mexican said ……………..

Maybe if you tell your government black employees and political homeboys in LA to stop being such big A-O, we would probably consider toning down our comments that you so desperately cry about.

The majority of Black government workers in LA are Lazy, Rude, and Ghetto. This is at every level of government, especially the State DMV and LACO Juvenile Halls.

Then her Black supervisor covers it up or backs up her ghetto rudeness. This is aburbed. At least back in the days, whites would ignore us but not act like primitive monkeys.

Me personally, I can care less you call me a beaner - wetback- whatever you want to call me, my education and degrees speaks for themselves.

You know, on the sad side of the issue with the "LA-Black Ghetto governmental occupation movement" is that those hard working blacks from different countries, cultures, and background are stereotyped.

If you American Blacks would get your culture straigten out, you wouldn't be crying on racial issues or pointing fingers - but trying to educate those that need change in conduct and mentality.


*************************

But what would you say if I told you many Anglo-Americans think all Mexicans are stupid and lazy parents. The Anglo-Americans see the low test scores and graduation rates of your kids in the LAUSD and assume all Mexican kids are lazy and stupid. They see how many Mexican kids are in gangs and think all Mexicans are criminal gang members. The Anglo-Americans see all the graffiti all over Los Angels and think all Mexicans are ghetto and do not know how to act like a civilized race. The Anglo-Americans watch the news and see how many Mexicans are involved in crimes such as gang shootings and they think all Mexicans are wild savages. The Anglo-Americans see all the problems of Los Angeles and are quick to blame all the problems on the Mexicans which have recently immigrated, and not the cholo Mexican Americans.

So you should you use all of your education and reflect about you racist comments against blacks because you are just like the uneducated red-necks you criticize. You know the saying “the kettle (Mexican) calling the pot black (ghetto)”.

Your words below are very insightful, however you also need to apply these words to your race. “If you Mexican-Americans would get your culture straightened out, you wouldn't be crying on racial issues or pointing fingers - but trying to educate those that need change in conduct and mentality”.

I suggest you consider your own words which you articulated so well, instead of blaming everybody else for the problems within the Mexican community. You have a Mexican mayor in Los Angeles and so many Latino politicians in California so do not balme the white racist government for you problems.

I agree with you, everybody needs to quit crying and educate to change the conduct and mentality of the Mexican gang-banging cholos.

P.S.
We blacks are not primitive monkeys you ignorant racist with an education and degrees. And tell your cholo gang-banging kids to not kill so many people.

Al Sharpton

Gava Joe said...

Sharpton is a New York Chameleon (that's a lizard that can change its color to suit its environment) His being a NY Cham only compounds his confounding.. Watchelo ese!! Queen Oprah would support Adolph Hitler if National concensus decreed it..Dbl. Watchelo Ese..

nhm said...

TONY HAS A HEART
It is getting scary right now because some of the prominent characters are going to be killed off and you don't know who. I don't want it to be Tony. I never could stand Christopher and hated his movie. He is a user and not a kind bone in his body. That's where Tony has it over him. He has a heart beneath that tough exterior. Someone has to take care of Phil, but this will be [dragged] out until the end. I can't wait for the next installment in the series. Everyone I know is watching.

don quixote said...

Hey if I'm not mistaken, GJ asked what the implication is when I said Christopher M will be drinking a bottle of T Bird soon.

It' what Alfie Sosa and some of the Carnals used to say when someone was "in the hat" or recently met an untimely demise. "Get them a bottle of Thunderbird for me" or "I hope they enjoyed that bottle of T-BIrd wine"

Hey "Mr Booze" this is dedicated to you and all juicers, written by a great writer and poet, the LA Bard "Charles Bukowski"

"big night on the town"

drunk on the dark streets of some city, it's night, your lost, where's your room?
you enter a bar to find yourself,
order scotch and water.
damned bar's sloppy wet, it soaks one of your shirt sleeves.
it's a clip joint-the scotch is weak.
you order a bottle of beer.
Madame Death walks up to you wearing a dress.
She sits down, you buy her a beer, she stinks of swamps, presses a leg against you.
the bartender sneers. you've got him worried, he doesn't know if you're a cop, a killer, a madman, or an idiot.
you ask for a vodka.
you pour the vodka into the top of the beer bottle.
it's one am in a dead cow world.
you ask her how much for head,
drink everything down, it tastes like machine oil.

you leave Madam Death there.
you leave the sneering bartender there.

you have remembered where your room is.
the room with the full bottle of wine on the dresser.
the room with the dance of the roaches.

Perfection in the Stars
where love died

laughing.

Salud!
dq

Anonymous said...

:)
From my own experience and having white inter-married relatives in the family, Ive never heard Whites disliking Mexicans as much as they Hate, I say HATE, blacks.
There are a lot of ranching communities in California where Whites and Mexicans are living peacefully and have started intergrating and inter-marrying each other within the last couple of decades.
This guy Al is not Sharpton. Sharpton is clueless on Los Angeles politics. The real Sharpton is a East Coast Guy. Plus, he snort cocaine on weekends.
Whether you like it or not, that anonymous guy is correct. Mexicans dont blame government to the extent that the blacks take it.
I can tell you one thing, every person I've talked to from the City of Los Angeles Housing Authority and County HUD, blacks included, tell me that they would prefer to rent an apartment to a latino/hispanic family over a black family any day. The majority of latinos will attempt to pay some sort of rent payment, late or not. Hispanic wont destroy the government housing projects either. Ive witness blacks put cement in the piping and burning up the housing apartment is common among blacks.
You guys need to take a drive out to communities like Piru, Santa Paula, even Oxnard, and see the intergration that is going on in those small cities. Then again, if your black, I suggest you dont go.
One thing i noticed about that the anonymous guy intelligently accomplish, it was to piss that guy off with the Monkey comment. The Al Sharpton showed reacted exactly how "anonymous" wanted him to react, "act like primitive monkeys." Incredible!
You can insult any person in the world with the statement, "your acting like a primitive monkey" but you cant tell a black person in America because they will turn-it around and call it racist. Here is the problem that whites have with blacks as well.
This was probably some of the better dialogue being spit on the blog so far this month.....
Incredible!!!

Anonymous said...

:) said …………..
From my own experience and having white inter-married relatives in the family, Ive never heard Whites disliking Mexicans as much as they Hate, I say HATE, blacks.

One thing I noticed about that the anonymous guy intelligently accomplish, it was to piss that guy off with the Monkey comment. The Al Sharpton showed reacted exactly how "anonymous" wanted him to react, "act like primitive monkeys." Incredible!
You can insult any person in the world with the statement, "your acting like a primitive monkey" but you can’t tell a black person in America because they will turn-it around and call it racist. Here is the problem that whites have with blacks as well.
This was probably some of the better dialogue being spit on the blog so far this month.....
Incredible!!!

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Please tell me how saying blacks "act like primitive monkeys", Is an intelligent comment. If someone says the “Mexicans are lazy drunks who piss in the streets and kids are in always low life cholos” is that also an intelligent comment? Calling a black a monkey is resorting to the lowest level of insult, this is no different than the Chief Parker calling Mexicans uncivilized Indians. We all know that white slave owners called blacks monkeys years ago there is no way in hell you can be serious, do you like being called a “wetback” by a white person?

I hope a white person comes on here and post some racist comments and see how the Latinos react.

don't be estupido

white cracker said...

:) said ………………
From my own experience and having white inter-married relatives in the family, Ive never heard Whites disliking Mexicans as much as they Hate, I say HATE, blacks.

One thing i noticed about that the anonymous guy intelligently accomplish, it was to piss that guy off with the Monkey comment. The Al Sharpton showed reacted exactly how "anonymous" wanted him to react, "act like primitive monkeys." Incredible!
You can insult any person in the world with the statement, "your acting like a primitive monkey" but you cant tell a black person in America because they will turn-it around and call it racist. Here is the problem that whites have with blacks as well.
This was probably some of the better dialogue being spit on the blog so far this month.....
Incredible!!!

*************
Well this White guy thinks both mexicans and blacks have fucked up every city where you are the majority. Let us just look at a few of the reported crimes (see below) committed by mexicans and blacks this past weekend. Looks like another deadly weekend in the L.A. area caused by mexicans and blacks.

Where is the outcry from the people of Los Angeles? I guess the mexicans and blacks only get excited when a low life gang-banger is killed by the police.

How many people have to be killed by gang-bangers in East L.A. or South Central before the mexican and black people living there, get off their ass and do something? Where is Al Sharpton or the L.A. City officials, come tell these people to learn how to educate their kids. It sure looks the majority of Mexican kids are in gangs and are not trying to get an education in school. Are the parents drunk or on crack?



http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/homicidereport/

Just in: LAPD Hollenbeck-Two

Boyle Heights: Misael Mendoza, 18, a young Latino man, was shot while walking near the intersection of Saint Louis Street and Michigan Avenue in Boyle Heights at about 11 p.m. Sunday night, April 15. Assailants shot him, and he died on the street. LAPD

Lincoln Heights: Shurnell West, 25, a black man, died at 10:30 a.m. April 14, the day after being shot in a car on North Broadway near North Mission Avenue in Lincoln Heights. West was riding in a car with some friends when a van pulled up alongside, a sliding door opened, a suspect fired, striking West, who was taken to County-USC Hospital by his friends where he died. LAPD Hollenbeck detectives are close to clearing this case: A Latino man has been arrested in connection to the murder. Police investigators contend West may have been a black member of a Latino gang which was fighting with another Latino gang.

South-Central Los Angeles: A black man was shot inside a biker club in the 2300 block of West 54th Street in LAPD's 77th Street precinct area and later died in an incident police recorded at about 4:15 a.m. Sunday, April 15. A companion of the victim was also shot and wounded. The pair had somehow driven themselves to Cedar-Sinai hospital after the attack, and the victim died there. His companion is expected to survive.(Left, the block.)

Crenshaw Area: A black man between 25 and 28 years old was killed in the 3400 block of West Slauson Avenue in LAPD's 77th Street precinct just after midnight April 15. Officers responded to a "shots-fired" call and found the man dead of a head wound.

Wilmington: Omar Rascon, 18, a Latino man, was shot at a party in the 800 block of Oceanside Street in LAPD's Harbor Division at about 11:45 p.m. April 14. Another Latino man, 21, was wounded, but survived. Police said the assailants drove by the party and fired into the crowd of guests.

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-valdeaths16apr16,1,150746.story?coll=la-headlines-california

2 killed in separate San Fernando Valley shootings
From a Times Staff Writer
April 16, 2007

Two young men were killed Sunday afternoon in separate gang-related shootings in the east San Fernando Valley, authorities said.

Los Angeles police, following a high-speed car chase that lasted 45 minutes and ended in a crash, arrested three suspects in connection with one of the slayings. Police spokesman Mike Lopez said detectives were looking into whether the same men were involved in both killings.

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-ocbriefs16.2apr16,1,4815233.story?coll=la-headlines-california

Youth is wounded in apparent gang shooting
From Times Staff and Wire Reports
April 16, 2007

Police are investigating the shooting of a 19-year-old man who was seriously wounded Sunday in what authorities suspect was a gang-related incident.

Several shots were fired at the victim about 9:20 a.m. during a confrontation with a group of young men in the 1900 block of South Main Street, police said. The victim underwent surgery and was in critical condition

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-shoot16apr16,1,3828669.story?coll=la-headlines-california

Police kill gunman near Jefferson Park
From a Times Staff Writer
April 16, 2007

Two Los Angeles police officers shot and killed a man who allegedly pointed a pistol at them Saturday night near Jefferson Park, authorities said.

The suspect, a man in his 20s, was pronounced dead at the scene, a .357 magnum handgun by his side, after the 8:50 p.m. incident, said Officer Mike Lopez, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department. The victim had not been identified as of late Sunday.

The officers, who had been patrolling the area because of increased gang activity, stopped to talk to a man on a skateboard in the 3600 block of 30th Street, Lopez said. The man jumped off the skateboard and ran through the yards of some houses while the officers pursued on foot. As they turned a corner, Lopez said, the man allegedly opened fire, prompting the officers to return fire, hitting and killing him. Neither officer was hurt.

rutgers point guard said...

former gangster, good points.

But, Mexicans (Particularly in Southern California) and poor Whites don't have time to think about how much more they're being screwed by rich whites than they are by blacks...and this is exactly how rich whites want it.

'
Nappy headed ho

Anonymous said...

Whites are f-ing up our communities as much as any other culture or race. They are called Professional TWEAKERS

Anonymous said...

I finally got to catch up on Wally's blog as I sit here on my parents freakin' dial up computer, you'd thank every town would at least have DSL but no... So I'm sitting looking out the window at my white friends house who I've known since we were 2 years old and see the hordes of Norteno gangster tweekers hanging out, the regular Mexican and white tweekers coming and going all day and night. Which brings me to some of the last few post on here. Someone pointed out how in a lot of the farm towns of California white and Mexican's mix quite a bit. I've pointed this out several times before and of course I'm just one example i.e the half breed, half white and half Mexican. In many of these farm towns it's very common to see white and Mexican kids hanging together and dating etc. There aren't many blacks in these towns if any at all and you'll here both groups make negative comments about blacks while they're all listening to hip hop as they do it.
I'm not saying whites love Mexicans, let's be real we've got racist in all groups and different people like some races and not others. I have no idea what the reasoning but at least in California I've come across that whites for the most part like Mexican/Latino people more then they do blacks. A lot of it has to do with people like Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, the white people get tired of these guys and they think they're trying to get hand outs for blacks. While they are more likely to say Mexican's are hardworking and despite what some Mecha/Chicano Studies teacher might say most Mexican's do have that Spanish i.e European blood in them and that alone is a lot closer to white America then blacks are, even though it's not really thought of. Yes at the sametime some will say send them back to Mexico we all know that crowd, but that crowd also comes in black and brown as well.
You don't always see some of these dynamics at work in the bigger cities but in places like the Salinas Valley it's a whole different world. Then you add a pretty decent size element of South Siders and you get a whole other element to the gang thing. Also I've noticed the white boys in this area seem to ride with the Norteno's a lot more where as in a place like Orange County the South Siders and Woods are much tighter then probably any place else in the State.

OC HALF BREED!