European Americans United addresses Tucson School Superintendent who knuckled under to mestizo pressure group
Superintendent John J. Pedicone, Ph.D.
1010 E. Tenth St. 85719
Dear Superintendent Pedicone;
We are writing in response to your letter to UNIDOS — the radical student group — and the Mexican American Studies Community Advisory Board wherein you meekly said you have now “advised” the TUSD governing board to “table and not consider the resolution to make Mexican American Studies an elective.”
Such bald faced cowardice in the face of anti-European American ideology, (vouched for by video and transcript evidence) can only be described as a terminal onset of heinous surrender to the interests of the dwindling majority population of your state, and, by extension, the United States. You clearly are to myopic and politically correct to understand the irreparable damage you have caused to your own people.
Assuredly, while your reaction to this letter from the Board of Directors of European Americans United is to call us (or anyone else) “racist,” you have fully shifted your ground and you are not at all dealing with facts or logic anymore. Past experience has proven us right on this issue every time, and obviously calls into question your credentials as a school district superintendent.
Alfredo Gutierrez, political consultant, as quoted by Richard de Uriarte, The Phoenix Gazette, March 14, quoted in The ProEnglish Advocate, 1st quarter, 2002, said the following: "We call things racism just to get attention. We reduce complicated problems to racism, not because it is racism, but because it works."
One of the most difficult things for the diverse European American peoples to understand is that many people, like you, who claim to be multiculturalists are frauds. That is, the claim of national multiculturalism (as compared with an entirely legitimate international or global multiculturalism) is simply a cover story to accommodate the crafty obligation of a new monoculture in America. Moreover the tragic decline in white birthrates on a national scale augments your ill conceived decision.
Therefore Mr. Pedicone the current mestizo obsession with dehumanizing white Americans is not principled in disagreement but as a way to intimidate whites with charges of implicit and explicit ‘racism’, and you fell for it in a big way.
We therefore adamantly suggest that you either rescind your silly decision to table and not consider the resolution to make Mexican American Studies an elective or that you step down from your undeserved position as the TUSD school superintendant.
European Americans United, LLC