This article will be an editorial, as I will share some of my opinions on the communications in order to provide some further context to them. All of the legal disclaimers from my previous articles apply to this article, too.
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Various people associated with Progressive Yamhill and Newberg Equity in Education have responded to my previous articles, by leaving comments on various Facebook group threads where my articles have been posted.
I have organized several of these threads where I replied back and engaged in debate with them. I am sharing these here so that others can see their responses to my articles and my rebuttals to those responses.
Not every reply to my articles from their members is going to be shown here, especially not from those who I believe are using fake accounts. I’m focusing on messages I think have some useful purpose for the public interest.
Most of their members’ responses to my articles are just personal insults directed at me, anyway.
As I wasn’t sure what else to categorize this article as, I have selected ‘Letters to the Editor’. It seems the closest category to me.
I’ll try to organize these as responses to specific articles,
Response To: The Launch of The Yamhill Advocate
In response to this website being launched,
- Megan Corvus is the Recording Secretary for the Yamhill County Democrats and a leader in both Newberg Equity in Education and Progressive Yamhill. Based on her activity within the two groups, I would argue that, contrary to her official title in the party, Corvus is actually the most important member of the Yamhill County Democrats, a chapter of the Democratic Party of Oregon, and is the primary leader of the chapter. She is the one who posts the call to actions and organizes its rank and file members, as well as sub-members via the Progressive Yamhill group.
- Ossie Bladine is editor of the McMinnville based newspaper News-Register. He is not a member of Newberg Equity in Education and Progressive Yamhill, but I did question the integrity of News-Register in Part 2, subsection 9 Favoritism To Progressive Yamhill Members From the Press Is Obvious. To this date, they have not published anything I sent them concerning the activities of PY and NEEd.
Response To: Recall Brian Shannon and Lindsay Berschauer PACs Exposed
In response to, Recall Brian Shannon and Lindsay Berschauer PACs Exposed,
- Anna Keesey, Linfield University Professor of English and Progressive Yamhill member.
Responses To: What The ‘Better Together’ Campaign By Newberg Equity in Education Actually Means
These are in response to my article, What The ‘Better Together’ Campaign By Newberg Equity in Education Actually Means,
- Tai Harden-Moore is a “diversity and anti-racism” consultant, who has worked for the City of Newberg in teaching training programs, and she is also a very active leader of the Newberg Equity in Education group as well as a member of Progressive Yamhill. I’ve debated her in the past, as well as in this article. She has been heavily criticized by me in several past articles, most notably, Meet Tai Harden-Moore, the Racist Consultant Employed by Newberg, Oregon City Council At the Heart of the Controversy in Town and, Meet the Newberg, Oregon Mafia Led by Elected Officials and Other Community Leaders
- Jeff Musall is a member of the City of Newberg Planning Commission and a tax specialist. He is a Progressive Yamhill member.
- Jere Witherspoon is Student Care & Student Life Operations Specialist at George Fox University – Student Life Department. She is a member of Newberg Equity in Education.
- Willow Muhr and Seth Renne are both members of Newberg Equity in Education.
I just want to take a short break here.
There are no “good” kind of racists.
Racism is racism. That’s not a lie, that’s reality.
Everyone still assisting their group needs to ask themselves this question,
For some clarity, the racially segregated student group I am referring to is the “Black Student Union”, which I showed in subsection of Part 1 of my report, 8.3 What Critical Race Theory Beliefs Cause Teachers and Parents To Do.
It is my opinion the creation of this group is a violation of not only the Civil Rights Act of 1964 but also Supreme Court decision Brown v. Board of Education, which ruled racial segregation in public schools is illegal.
As a note, Willow is a liar. The incident she mentioned involving “people who went to high school with you” was made up by people who did not go to high school with me. The lie was posted into Newberg Equity in Education. I showed those conversations in Part 1, 22 Outrageous Lies Against My Character Said by NEEd In a Pathetic Effort to Discredit Me
They accused me of threatening someone with a gun, a supposed girlfriend, while I attended Newberg high school.
I never went to Newberg high school and there are no people I went to high school with in either the NEEd or Progressive Yamhill groups. The incident never happened, it’s an absurd lie they made up.
For the record, I dropped out of school in the 9th grade and got a GED, as I had already decided to enlist into the military and I did not need a high school degree to do so. At my mother’s house (which was not in Newberg) I took care of my, at the time, recently born baby brother for a year before I enlisted at age 17. Nothing that they claimed happened ever did. It’s a total fabrication.
More than that, in school I was always a year older than my classmates, because of the date of my birth at the very end of the calendar year.
These people have no idea about any of these facts, because they do not actually know anything about me other than what they have read on the internet, which is why they apparently thought they could make up such a stupid lie like this and get away with it. None of the people in any of these groups attended any schools with me in the Newberg school system, or anywhere else.
Responses To: Upcoming Newberg City Council Meeting Will Discuss Rezoning, Allowing “Cottage Cluster” Tiny Homes & Car Camping In Existing Residential Zones
These are in response to my article, Upcoming Newberg City Council Meeting Will Discuss Rezoning, Allowing “Cottage Cluster” Tiny Homes & Car Camping In Existing Residential Zones,
- Erin McCarthy is the same person who erected the huge BLM and Trans-Racial Pride Flags on her property in view of the Newberg high school. I previously debated her.
- Robert Soppe is a former City of Newberg councilman and father in law to Progressive Yamhill moderator Marta Caterina Soppe.
That’s probably enough for now. Anyone can of course feel free to send their own letters to the editor directly to me at firstname.lastname@example.org