Z Editoral


See right now the resistance is made up of just a few and we have little in power but that is changing and growing. Each day with what the Mayor does upsets more and more, many will not do anything but some will.

Each who acts to oppose Mayor John Dickert may chose many actions From just cursing  his name, maybe picking up a copy of the Racine Communicator, watching or reading Racine in Ruins.

Some may not shop at stores  that are owned by supporters  of the Mayor, even writing letters to the Editor is an act of resistance.

See I believe that   that Mayor John Dickert believes that all must “love him” or he feels bad and needs to get payback for this act of not knowing how great our Mayor is.

Any action that shows a Racine with any type of issue can not be tolerated

Since Z, The name I will call this group sees no hope in any help from The Newspaper The “Zombie” Station WRJN or our City Fathers, the only option is Z.

We may even signs like what we had before “Mayor Resign” show up again where Mayor John Dickert can see them.

One may think these actions mean little but as I see it the small acts will show others that there is a growing movement to  call out the Mayor and show the City and the Mayor what we truly think of him.

God Willing we can convince more to run for office and get good folks in office.

Oh here is something from the Go Go Girls vs the Nazis






2 Responses to Z Editoral

  1. Mary M. says:

    Racine is now poised on the edge of a cliff – about to fall off. Look out below!!

    “In 1988, in the iciest part of the Frost Belt, a Wall Street Journal reporter noted, “There are two Americas now, and they grow further apart each day.” He was referring to Eastport, Maine. Although the deepest port on the East Coast, it hosted few ships, abandoned sardine factories lined its shore, and its bars were filled with the under- and unemployed. The reporter pointed out that he had seen similar scenes from a collapsing rural economy “coast to coast, border to border”: shuttered saw mills, abandoned mines, closed schools, rutted roads, ghost airports.

    Closing up, shutting down, going out of business: last one to leave please turn out the lights!

    Such was the case in cities and towns around the country. Essential public services — garbage collection, policing, fire protection, schools, street maintenance, health-care — were atrophying. So were the people who lived in those places. High blood pressure, cardiac and digestive problems, and mortality rates were generally rising, as was doubt, self-blame, guilt, anxiety, and depression. The drying up of social supports, even among those who once had been friends and workmates, haunted the inhabitants of these places as much as the industrial skeletons around them.

    Say GOODBYE to Racine! It was nice to know ya’!

  2. Elizabeth B. says:

    While John Dickert gets a pass for lying’ and a free ride from the taxpayers – Detroit is not so kind to it’s liars…

    Kilpatrick still owes $856,062.60 in restitution to the City of Detroit stemming from the text message scandal that led to his resignation in 2008. The Free Press published text messages showing Kilpatrick lied under oath during a police whistle-blower trial about an affair with his chief of staff, Christine Beatty.

    The revelation triggered criminal charges that sent Kilpatrick and Beatty to jail. Kilpatrick pleaded guilty to two counts of obstructing justice by committing perjury. He was sentenced to 120 days in jail, but ended up serving 18 months for violating his probation by not disclosing assets as required under his plea deal.

    WOW – Lying’ gets you jail time and paying restitution in Detroit! No free pass!!


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