Tuesday, September 17, 2019

TKC EXCLUSIVE!!! CLAY CHASTAIN CHALLENGES 'GURU' DAVE HELLING!!!



We have a really great debate going on this editorial and so this town's top ranking petitoner joins the fray this afternoon. Checkit:

Clay Chastain challenges Dave Helling's editorial chastising Missouri Senator Josh Hawley as being "dangerous" & "ugly."

When you observe Star editorial board member (Dave Helling) on KCPT's Week in Review, he appears as if to be an enlightened guru (beard and all) who just came down from the mountain top to tell us all how we should think and how the world should turn. Not surprisingly, he writes with a puffed up over confidence as well.

Now Dave is no dummy, but a guru? Dave read TV news from a teleprompter for years and (to his credit) elevated himself to editorial board status at the Star. It is a curious thing though that members of the Star's think tank advise us all when none appear to have... built or designed anything, worked on a farm or in a factory (where things were being produced), rehabilitated or restored anything, taught school, run for political office, achieved a technical degree, circulated a petition for a cause, or offered any services to the country other than their liberally-slanted opinions.

Nevertheless, Helling penned an editorial (Star 9/17) titled, "Sen. Hawley's attack on Facebook is just one part of his radical agenda." Supposedly, Dave's idea of a radical agenda is Hawley's "politically incorrect" desire for America to return to a place of "common identity" where most Americans once again embrace values of "God and Country," "family and tradition" and reject unrestricted abortion. Now days, wanting to go back to normal is radical.

The first thing notable about today's journalists, like Dave, is that too many not only write with an all knowing and conspicuous bias, but also freely use hyperbole and exaggeration to capture a dwindling audience. Dave's editorial was peppered with emotionally charged, and absolute, words like......"Jihad," "radical," they're all against," "never," "every," "dangerous," "ugly..." in making his points. But far right conservatives are no stranger to this hyped up and divisive political commentary either. It now fuels the mean hysterical discourse in America.

When Hawley "whined" about Facebook censoring an anti-abortion video Dave mocked Hawley saying, "only governments can censor speech." Well Dave, what about Alex Jones' radio broadcasts being denied access on Facebook? Or, liberal California universities not allowing conservative speakers to address their students? Or, the Kansas City Star's suppression of news regarding Clay Chastain and his petitions (the City is trashing) that challenge the establishment's leadership, etc.? Is that just "private editing," Dave?

Senator Hawley understandably believes multiculturalism is changing our way of life when he said, " The left champions multiculturalism and degrades our common identity." But Dave said the Senator was "scarily embracing ethnic and cultural purity while ignoring the truth: "Multiculturalism is our identity," Dave, you are the one ignoring the truth: Until recently, America's culture (excluding blacks, who were forced to come here as slaves) has been a singular derivative of western european cultures primarily founded around Christian beliefs and values. It's not the culture we have today where America is quickly turning into a melting pot of vastly different races, cultures and religions.

Just because birds of a feather want to flock together does not mean that one bird thinks it superior to another. In general, life flows easier, is less disruptive and is merely more comfortable when lived out amid one's own common culture. The Chinese, Japanese, Muslims, Frenchmen, Englishmen, Irishmen, Indians likely all feel the same way. But in America, most everyone is now afraid to say they yearn for the culture the nation grew up in because many fear politically correct people (like Helling) will accuse them of being... "ugly," "radical," "a cultural supremist," a "conservative nationalist," one seeking "cultural purity," or one on a "Jihad."

Dave Helling, not Senator Josh Hawley, may be the one who is "dangerous" because it is this guru's cocksure writing, thinking and commentary that is getting "ugly."

KC Community Activist, Clay Chastain
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31 comments:

Anonymous said...

if the star was really interested in survival, they would hire Clay Chastain to write editorials.

Anonymous said...

+100 ^^

Anonymous said...

Hawley is one of the biggest frauds Missouri has ever seen. You can tell Blunt likes being senator for Missouri because he actually shows up! Hawley prefers the friendly elitist confines of the DC swamp.

Anonymous said...

Chastain if the fraud. He does not live here and has no intention of doing so.

He is playing you.

Anonymous said...

Oh, my. I didn't realize Clay was so retro. There's more dog whistles in his screed than you'd find at Petsmart or maybe even a Trump campaign rally.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Give it up. The dog whilstle trope is getting old. Clay has more black voters who support him than anybody else. You sound stupid when you keep mentioning that. Clay is one of the least racist people to vote in KC.

Just like that Russia bullshit. Just because you repeat it doesn't make it true. In fact, the more you say it. Just seems like the same old leftist lies.

Clay said...

To, 2:51: Most everytime I post a lress release on Tonys, you surface, like a toxic sludge, to say I am a "fraud," and "playing" the people. A fraudulent person deceives people. I have always admitted to only residing in KC (my home town) part-time. Almost my entire family still lives in KC, including my only 2 grandchildren. In tring to help improve KC, how am I "playing the people," supposedly for fools? The reason I don't live in KC full-time is because I have full custody of my youngest 13-year old daughter and am under a court order not leave the State of Virginia until she turns 18. If you want to dis me it is a free country. But, use a legitimate reason in the future.

Anonymous said...

Clay, its YOUR choice to stay in Virginia...if you only live here part time, you can't devote what is needed to the city. Your custody problems are not our fault.

So quit hiding behind your daughter.

The City deserves more than a "part time" leader.

Anonymous said...

With the number of murders in this town, Clay, we need more cops before we need more transit systems.

You ARE playing the people.

Anonymous said...

"Until recently, America's culture (excluding blacks, who were forced to come here as slaves) has been a singular derivative of western european cultures primarily founded around Christian beliefs and values. It's not the culture we have today where America is quickly turning into a melting pot of vastly different races, cultures and religions.

Just because birds of a feather want to flock together does not mean that one bird thinks it superior to another. In general, life flows easier, is less disruptive and is merely more comfortable when lived out amid one's own common culture. The Chinese, Japanese, Muslims, Frenchmen, Englishmen, Irishmen, Indians likely all feel the same way. But in America, most everyone is now afraid to say they yearn for the culture the nation grew up in because many fear politically correct people (like Helling) will accuse them of being... 'ugly,' 'radical,' 'a cultural supremist," a "conservative nationalist," one seeking "cultural purity,' or one on a 'Jihad.'"

3:12: I apologize for calling Clay's post as having dog whistles. I should have said foghorns or maybe fire alarms.

Anonymous said...


@2:51 Your post has to be the dumbest thing ever. How is Clay playing us? His article makes sense and is a fact. He doesn't live here??? So What! How does that have anything to do with his Challenge of Dave Helling? So what you are saying is, Clay, because he lives in another state can't voice his opinion?

You truly are a moron!

Anonymous said...

When Helling speaks or comes on the tv spouting his sanctimonious bull.... my mind goes to something else. Dave ain’t all that folks!

Anonymous said...

Clay is smarter than Dave or anyone on the KC Star's payroll.

Anonymous said...

競泳の冨田選手が会見 「カメラ盗んでない」

11月6日 18時04分

インチョンアジア大会でカメラを盗んだとして、韓国で略式起訴された競泳の冨田尚弥選手が記者会見を開き、「盗んでいません」と主張しました。

これに対し、冨田選手を選手登録停止処分にしている日本水泳連盟は「これまでの事実に基づき判断するしかない」として、現時点では処分を変更しない考えを示しました。

冨田選手はことし9月25日、アジア大会の競泳会場で韓国のメディアのカメラを盗んだとして略式起訴され、日本選手団から追放されました。

さらに先月30日、水泳連盟から再来年3月31日まで選手登録を停止する処分を受けました。

冨田選手は6日午後に名古屋市内で記者会見を開き、「僕は盗んでいません」と主張しました。

そのうえで「カメラは見知らぬ男から自分のバッグに入れられた。盗んだとされる時間はほかの選手と話をしていてアリバイがあり、警察で見た防犯カメラの画像でも、自分がカメラを盗んだ場面は写っていなかった」などと説明しました。

これまで韓国での捜査で否認せず、水泳連盟にも不服申し立てをしなかった理由について、冨田選手は「韓国に残って日本に帰れなくなることが不安だった。水泳連盟には迷惑をかけたことは事実で、お世話になった指導者に不服を言いたくなかった」と述べました。

今後について代理人の弁護士は、韓国から判決文が届いたうえで、法廷での裁判を申し立てるかどうか検討するということです。

会見を受けて日本水泳連盟の泉正文専務理事は「判決が覆っていないので、これまでの事実に基づき判断するしかない。新たな結論が出たらしっかりと対応したい」と述べ、現時点では処分を変更しない考えを示しました。

弁護士「裁判申し立てるか検討したい」

冨田選手の代理人を務める国田武二郎弁護士によりますと、罰金の略式命令の判決文は早ければ今月末にも富田選手の自宅に届く見通しだということです。

国田弁護士は「司法の場でないと解決しない問題と考えているが、韓国の弁護士に委任するには資金面での負担が重いため、判決の内容を確認し、冨田選手や家族と相談したうえで、裁判を申し立てるか検討したい」と述べました。

そして、捜査を行った韓国の警察に対しては「富田選手の話は信用に値すると考えているので再捜査してもらいたい」と話していました。

「゛盗んでいない` 現地で聞いた」

日本水泳連盟の泉正文専務理事は、冨田選手が会見で、9月29日の夜、韓国で略式起訴されたあと、水泳連盟などの関係者に盗んでいないと伝えたと発言したことについて「その話は現地で略式起訴されて本人が示談に合意したあとに聞いた。現地の警察はルールにのっとって捜査していたという報告を受けており、その事実に基づいて判断した」と話しています。



【コメント】NHKは富田選手が帰国前の韓国で、水連の鈴木大地会長などへ、「私は盗んでいません」と伝えていたことを知っていた。従って、その後の「帰国後一転否認」との報道はすべて虚偽報道であ

Anonymous said...

4:12 +100000

Anonymous said...

4:16: Good point!

Ann Coulters' Funny-Looking Big Toe said...

Multiculturalism is a failed religion, yet all who fail to bow down and worship this false god are publicly crucified , deplatformed, demonetized, and deleted. Had enough yet, White Man ?

Anonymous said...

Started to read this - -- then.... White Guy Whining --- Is Tony even a white guy? If not, she sure whines like one.

Anonymous said...

Helling probably has no personal creed or code. He just writes whatever is necessary to get a rise out of people. The newspaper game is just hanging on for dear life.

Anonymous said...

Stay strong Clay, the haters will hate no matter what just ask Chuck and Dave about that.

Anonymous said...

Still not over Trump's victory. Lol:)

Anonymous said...

Helling seems like the kind of guy who always wanted to write a novel but never could because he wasn't smart enough

slow the fuck down said...

You are a great writer Tony. That was awesome!

Anonymous said...

All entertainment all the time.
When are Clay and Helling going to appear together on "Dancing With the Stars"?

chuck said...

Well said and well done Clay.

You got my vote from here on out and for what it is worth, I will spread the word.

Nice post!

Anonymous said...

@4:16, you're wrong Trump has only been married three times, it's seven times that he's declared Bankruptcy.

And yes, he does make a lot of "errors" and "mistakes" when he speaks and tweets, but I think that there are only 10,000 times he's been proved to be wrong, not 25,000.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^Best post of the day! Loved it!

Anonymous said...

Oh please, Chuck @7:55 - if you ever do bother to climb down off your high horse and vote, you'll be voting the straight alt-right line exactly as you're told to, and we all know it!

Anonymous said...

Clay Chastain is not only a bigot but Clay Chastain is a fool.

Anonymous said...

Just to clarify 1 point:

"It is a curious thing though that members of the Star's think tank advise us all when none appear to have... built or designed anything, worked on a farm or in a factory (where things were being produced), rehabilitated or restored anything, taught school,..."

Former editorial board member Mary Sanchez was in fact a school teacher for a number of years. She's usually on the wrong side of the issues, but she will entertain thoughtful debate, so I always respect her for that. Can't say the same for most of the others.

Anonymous said...

Clay doesn’t appear to be a bigot and certainly not a fool!