As Mayor Eric Garcetti leads (and reassures) Angelinos in Standing with the People of France after the vile Radical Islamic Terror Attacks in Paris, he finds the time to revisit (quietly) the Holman United Methodist Church in South LA (minus Black Lives Matter Protesters).
Mayor/Naval Reservist Eric Garcetti reassuring Angelinos that "All is Well in LA".
** Blogger's Note:
As the world stands with the People of France in the aftermath of Friday's vile Terrorist Attacks in Paris, Mayor Eric Garcetti "stayed the course" in reassuring Angelinos over the weekend that due diligence was the order of the day
, with the likes of LAPD exhibiting a higher profile at large public events city-wide. Yet, while the news media and public remain fixated on the fluid events in Paris, it seems that Mayor Garcetti quietly, out-maneuvered Black Lives Matter Protesters, in returning to the West Adams, Holman United Methodist Church
, as a "Special Guest" for a Veterans Celebration Sermon. Judging from the Facebook Pages of both the Church
and Mayor Garcetti,
the notice of the Mayor's appearance was made public, after the fact for obvious reasons.
Meanwhile all is quiet as Mayor Garcetti returns to the Holman United Methodist Church.
REPUDIATE THESE PEOPLE! — Well, Melina Abdullah and her name-calling, foul-mouthed band of activist wannabes came out of their shells the other evening and enraged a large number of Black Angelenos, when she and her Black Lives Matter followers hijacked the meeting convened by Mayor Eric Garcetti and his Black constituents for a town hall discussion of the myriad of problems troubling many of us in this city. I was born and raised in this city and no mayor in my lifetime has ever assented to, let alone proposed such a meeting.
As you know, I have never been a fan of Garcetti, but I feel I must publicly acknowledge that the thwarted town hall meeting he arranged was exactly what we followers of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense wanted when we fought for the enactment of theCivil Rights Act of 1960. We didn’t have any Black people in high places and the White politicians wouldn’t listen to what we had to say about our condition in this city, state, and country. If they had been willing to discuss our problems, we wouldn’t have had to march on Washington and Fannie Lou Hamer and them wouldn’t have had to organize the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party so Black folks’ needs could be heard by somebody.
......., and Betty is heard again.
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Scott Johnson in CD 14
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