Monday, January 04, 2010
Stormfront Scion Derek Black Prepares To Sue Sid Dinerstein For Refusing To Seat Him On The Palm Beach County Republican Executive Committee
It took over a year, but Derek Black is following through on his pledge to seek legal redress against Palm Beach County Republican Chairman Sid Dinerstein for refusing to allow him (Black) to be seated on the Palm Beach County Republican Executive Committee after delegates elected him to a position. Media story in the Palm Beach Post.
The history of this case is documented on this multi-page Stormfront thread as well as on my previous posts.
Derek Black has retained attorney Lee Levenson of Boynton Beach, who sent Dinerstein a draft lawsuit in December 2009 claiming the local GOP failed to tell Black and other candidates that the Republican Party of Florida had set an earlier deadline for signing the oath. As justification for the suit, Levenson cites an August 26th ruling by the 3rd District Court of Appeals that the Miami-Dade GOP seat 19 members after the court found the local party hadn't given the candidates adequate notice of a revised deadline. Levenson's December 16th letter says seating Black immediately would avoid further unnecessary expenses and inconveniences of litigation.
But Dinerstein is calling Black's bluff. In response, Dinerstein said, in part, "We've decided to take the position of 'Go ahead and sue us.' … Our position is that we went out of our way for people to know about the new loyalty oath deadline". But Dinerstein, who is Jewish, is overtly biased against Derek Black because Derek's father Don Black is the webmaster for Stormfront, the largest white nationalist venue in the United States, and Derek himself has also engineered radio broadcasts for Stormfront and spoke at the November 2008 EURO Conference in Memphis promoting the rights and heritage of European-Americans. Despite the fact that Derek Black has rejected the white supremacist characterization and describes himself as "a white person who is concerned about discrimination against white people", Dinerstein still accuses Black of "white supremacist associations" and said that even if he had signed his loyalty oath on time, he shouldn't be allowed to hold a GOP post because the party oath forbids activities "likely to injure the name of the Republican Party" (whatever that's supposed to mean).
So in the minds of Jewish supremacists like Sid Dinerstein, merely defending the White community against anti-White racism alone constitutes "white supremacism". It should be obvious to the reader that the objective of Jewish supremacists, their allies, and their lackeys, is to back us into a corner and leave us with no defense - if we allow them to define our values and standards.
We do NOT have to accept their definitions. We do NOT - and should NOT - waste time trying to explain why we are not racist. The fact is, we are racists, because race matters with us, and our task should be to embrace and de-stigmatize racism rather than avoid it. Racism was stigmatized by Marxist sympathizers who seek to do to America from within what the Soviet bloc could not do from without for 45 years - take down America.
The Palm Beach Post article also reveals some information of which I was previously unaware. Before 2008, candidates for the Republican Executive Committee had to sign a loyalty oath before taking office. But the Republican Party of Florida issued a June 12th, 2008, memo saying candidates had to sign the oath by the June 20th deadline for qualifying for the ballot. It appears the real reason was to neutralize the influence of Ron Paul; the change was widely seen as an effort to prevent supporters of Ron Paul's failed presidential bid from winning party posts and then working against GOP nominee John McCain.
After Dinerstein redlined Black's election to the committee, Black exercised the option to apply for a seat and to be voted on by other committee members at a regular party meeting. But Dinerstein said Black's application was rejected because it did not include "sponsor" signatures from two other committee members. Sounds like another Talmudic technicality to me.