Having discovered that Markos C. Alberto Moulitsas ZÚÑIGA (MAMZ) a.k.a. "Kos" of DailyKos) has a long history of activism for the Republican Party and, furthermore, he trained and worked with the US CIA between 2001 and 2003, research has revealed and established the following, and therefore justice and history now bring this thirty-one count Indictment.
"Sure, I could always talk against racism, fight ignorance and prejudice wherever I ran into it, yet I would always be looking in from another room and I could always close the door. My life, in my world, in my own detached selfishness. And as I left the ugly reality of racism behind, it struck me that what was such an easy and trivial exercise for me would be impossible for anyone whose skin color or religious persuassion (sic) made them the target of bigotry and discrimination. THEY would never be able to escape who THEY were." (Emphasis added.)Aren't Latinos (and women) targets of bigotry, or is MAMZ not Latino?
In strategizing for the Left, does it matter that 65% of DailyKos participants say that they don't believe in God? Meanwhile, according to a Pew poll,
"A candidate's religion continues to play a key role in shaping vote choice. Nearly four-in-ten (39%) say they would be more likely to vote for a candidate who is Christian. Moreover, 63% say they would be less inclined to support a presidential candidate who does not believe in God – the most negative trait tested."
Moulitsas Zúñiga Letter
Opposing ALL Gay Participation in US Military.
Is Markos Moulitsas a Closeted Gay Homophobe?
Moulitsas Zúñiga Confesses to
Two Years at the U.S. CIA
The Indictment of Markos C. Alberto Moulitsas ZÚÑIGA by Justice and History (Updated with Additional Information and Counts)
Blogs citing The Truth About Kos
and the Indictment of Markos Moulitsas by Justice and History
Markos Moulitsas: A Lifetime Insensitive to Democratic Party Constituencies
Links to MAMZ's College Newspaper Articles with Helpful AnnotationsProof MAMZ Was at CIA When He Founded DailyKos
New online book says Kos family member is president of the Association of Salvadoran Hotels and president of the Salvadoran National Tourism Board. Moulitsas lied when he said his family is not wealthy or influential.
In the fifth article, which was not commissioned, MAMZ declared that, having completed the obligatory four articles, the fifth article would announced his intention to withdraw again into "detached selfishness", grateful that he was not one of "them", "whose skin color or religious persuassion (sic) made them the target of bigotry and discrimination. They would never be able to escape who they were."This is MAMZ announcement that he is NOT a Latino, but is a white man, and he underlines this today by insisting that it is improper to address him using his mother's Latino name, "Zúñiga".
In looking for the MAMZ's student newspaper articles, remember that the NIU student newspaper, the Northern Star, has changed the Internet addresses of these articles three times [now four times as of 9/2010] in last 30 months, making all old links obsolete and sometimes making all of the articles temporarily unavailable.
Markos Moulitsas, Northern Star, Northern Illinois University "(NIU) student newspaper:
"And as I left the ugly reality of racism behind, it struck me that what was such an easy and trivial exercise for me would be impossible for anyone whose skin color or religious persuassion (sic) made them the target of bigotry and discrimination. They would never be able to escape who they were." (Emphasis added.)
Embarrassing college newspaper articles of Markos C.A. Moulitsas Zúñiga, including "Military Right" (opposing ALL gay service in the military).
Screenshots from the Wedding Album that Connects Moulitsas ZÚÑIGA to his right-wing aristocratic, globalization and pollution-loving family in El Salvador Hmmm. Why did MAMZ take down his wedding album from the Web?
"Francis L. Holland, one of the vocal black bloggers, sent e-mails to DNC officials asking that 15 black-operated blogs be added to the State Corps. "There is nothing 'Democratic' about an all-white Democratic National Convention floor blogging corps," he wrote in an e-mail. Holland is also asking for the inclusion of 15 Latino-operated blogs."
"Or, as Obama supporter Francis L. Holland puts it: "So, it shows tremendous courage, foresight and solidarity that Edwards has endorsed Obama after the media declared Hillary's campaign to be as good as dead, right? Oh, well! Better late than never!"BlackEnterprise.Com quotes Francis L. Holland:
"Of the blogs covering the convention, black blogs will be 7.2% of the blogs present,” says Francis L. Holland of the Afrosphere Action Coalition. According to Holland, many states with a strong black Democratic presence and population are either underrepresented or not represented at all, even though black bloggers from these states did apply. “The state of Tennessee, which often has over 25% blacks among its Democratic primary voters, will not have a single black blogger at the Democratic National Convention, for example. The District of Columbia, which is 60% black, will be left out. Louisiana, which is 32.4% black, will be left out. Illinois, the presidential nominee’s home state, which is 15% black, will be left out.”
Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism cites Francis L. Holland:
In 2008, the Democratic "party came under fire from African American bloggers. Francis L. Holland of the Afrosphere Action Coalition, complained to Black Enterprise magazine that black blogs only made up slightly more than 7% of the bloggers credentialed for the convention."
"We are tired of Hillary Clinton telling America that we are less than American simply because we refuse to vote for her," said Francis L. Holland, an African American blogger." Ironically, the Clintons embraced us, and even embraced Pastor Jeremiah Wright for support during their impeachment scandal." Holland was speaking of the congressional trial that followed former president Bill Clinton's liaison with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. "She has forfeited the black vote for the foreseeable future with her color aroused appeals."
“November’s voter turnout depends on August’s blogger outreach,” said Mr. Holland of the Afrosphere Action Coalition., a member of a national and international black bloggers’ coalition called “The AfroSpear.” “Blogs address constituencies, and it simply is not possible for blogs that are all-white to effectively reach diverse Democratic constituencies.”
"Of the blogs covering the convention, black blogs will be 7.2% of the blogs present," says Francis L. Holland of the Afrosphere Action Coalition. According to Holland, many states with a strong black Democratic presence and population are either underrepresented or not represented at all, even though black bloggers from these states did apply. “The state of Tennessee, which often has over 25% blacks among its Democratic primary voters, will not have a single black blogger at the Democratic National Convention, for example. The District of Columbia, which is 60% black, will be left out. Louisiana, which is 32.4% black, will be left out. Illinois, the presidential nominee's home state, which is 15% black, will be left out."
Pacifica Radio's Election Unspun June 23: Black Bloggers and Black Power, interviews Francis L. Holland:
"Francis Holland is a blogger from Afrospear, a national group of bloggers that advocates for African-Americans. When he looked at the list of State Bloggers, he saw no black blogs among them. Holland explains that the process the Democratic Convention planners used to choose the State Blogger Corps was bound to lead to this result. And he argues that the Democratic Party can scarcely afford to alienate black voters in this election year." (The original link no longer works, which is becoming a growing documentation problem on the Internet.)
"Electing Edwards to challenge the status quo is like supporting a queen to challenge the monarchy or integrating an all-white club by adding more all-white club members. It is possible that electing yet another white man to the Presidency will end the poverty of the historically disenfranchised, with John Edwards serving as a "pass through" for those who have historically been disincluded legally and by custom. But this is a very convoluted way of achieving what could be achieved much more directly by electing Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. ..."
Huffington Post published Francis L. Holland's articles.
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