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The Right Priority: Pro-Lifers Or Supremecists?

By Greg L | 29 September 2009 | Manassas City | 37 Comments

Mexica Movement adherent Gaudencio Fernandez is at it once again, this time with a sign attacking a detective with the Manassas City Police Department and potentially calling him out as a target for gang violence.  While the city is busily restricting the free speech rights of pro-lifers near a Manassas abortion clinic, local zoning officials once again seem to have little interest in standing up to this civic vandal who now may be putting the lives of police officers in danger.  Will the City of Manassas finally put an end to this politically-motivated civic vandalism and act to protect the safety of law enforcement officers?  Let’s hope so.  It’s well past time to tear up the free pass that Gaudencio Fernandez seems to be entitled to.

I’ve blurred out the name of the detective, who curiously has a Hispanic name yet still draws venom from Fernandez’s bizarre ideology of “indigenous” racial superiority.  Gaudencio Fernandez apparently doesn’t remember much of the exam he took in order to become a citizen, and seems to think that police officers not only arrest people, but then personally incarcerate them and control whether they are held or released.  His continual state of utter confusion, as evidenced by his assertion that the citizens of Manassas are personally responsible for slavery and that our national borders are illegal, doesn’t inspire a lot of confidence in Fernandez’s description of this case.  Doubtless this is once again another incoherent rant, completely lacking in any factual basis.

Incoherent or not, the message to the MS-13 gang-bangers who take Gaudencio Fernandez seriously is pretty easily understood.  This detective is bad, and they’d be better off without him.  With the intertwining of nacroterrorism, illegal alien smuggling, and gang violence, identifying a law enforcement officer in this way may seriously endanger his safety.  Gaudencio has seriously crossed a line here from being a persistent annoyance to becoming a public safety problem.  This has to end, and end quickly.

So while the city once again struggles with what to do about this miscreant, it’s busy putting in place new restrictions to govern where a few pro-lifers and old ladies with rosaries can hold up signs and pray near the abortion clinic on Route 234, where they’ve been holding vigil for about fifteen years without incident.  Unspecified complaints were made that these folks were blocking traffic — a pretty ludicrous charge that the long history here doesn’t support at all.  That has resulted in a change being made to their permit by the city officials that have been studiously avoiding any action regarding Gaudencio Fernandez who sponsors unpermittted events on a regular basis, and continually erects bizarre signs in the historic district.

Yeah, those old ladies with Rosaries are a big threat we’ve got to do something about right now.  But that guy hanging huge signs in the historic district espousing racial superiority and potentially endangering a law enforcement official?  That’s free speech, and there’s nothing to be done about that.

Right.



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37 Comments

  1. Gnarly said on 29 Sep 2009 at 10:15 am:
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    The person who produced and displayed this banner has clearly broken some serious laws. This needs to be shown to local, state, and federal law enforcement.

  2. Concerned said on 29 Sep 2009 at 12:22 pm:
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    “Fernandez” is a Spanish, i.e. European, name. This guy is no “indigenous” person. He is a publicity-seeking moron. Moreover, his idiotic behavior is an insult to genuine indigenous peoples such as the Cherokees (Trail of Tears), and peoples of South and Central America whom his namesakes tried to exterminate. Attacking a hard-working Hispanic officer who puts his safety on the line to protect our community to defend a criminal like Medina just reinforces what a low-life Fernandez is.

  3. Big Dog said on 29 Sep 2009 at 12:57 pm:
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    FYI - Rogelio Garcia Medina entered a quilty plea yesterday morning
    to the charge of assaulting a police officer. As an illegal alien and
    convicted felon, he will be handed over to ICE for deportation after
    he serves his sentence.

  4. Greg L said on 29 Sep 2009 at 2:56 pm:
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    COUNTER-PROTEST FROM PLANNED PARENTHOOD!

    This just came in my inbox:

    Planned Parenthood is starting a counter protest. They know that Catholics meet on the first Saturday at the Manassas abortion mill to protest. They have filed this Saturday to counter protest.

    They are going to be on the same side as of the abortion mill, which is the EAST side of the road. We will be on the WEST side.

    Address:
    9380-B Forestwood Lane
    Manassas, VA 20110

    What are you doing from 7:30 - 9am? Can you meet us to provide a show of force!

  5. Not llana Kaplan-Shain said on 29 Sep 2009 at 3:08 pm:
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    On a side note: I was in old town this past sunday at a local tavern-type establishment, watching the Red Skins get their tails kicked. On my way out and about, I stopped by the Latino Festival at the Harris Pavillion. Some observations:

    The crowd was MUCH smaller than in years past.

    The were far fewer vendors than in years past.

    The music was great, and so was the food that I sampled.

    Jeanette Rishell was prowling trying to scare up a few votes, as were the ususal loonies, the Manassas Dems and Unity in the Community.

    I think I saw Kathrine Gotthart working the Unity booth. I saw no one in front either parties tables.

    The people were friendly. The only thing I noticed that caused me to raise an eyebrow was a guy in his 20’s, with a straight-billed Nationals hat, wearing a shirt that said “10th Street Vatos Locos, Death Before Dishonor” with crossed switchblades and brass knuckles.

    As I walked to my car, I also noticed a small gathering at the 9500 Liberty lot. I just figured they were having an after-fiesta-fiesta. Guess they were launching the new campaign to thumb their noses at Manassas

  6. Big Dog said on 29 Sep 2009 at 4:19 pm:
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    The fact that the Manassas Latino Festival was on the same day as a
    far larger event in DC may be one reason the crowds were smaller.

    Think this was the first time the GOP has ever had a table.

    Manassas has supported this festival for eight years in Old Town,
    with no help from Fernandez - his “contribution” has been to hurt and
    defame our community with hostility and lies.

    (The Chili Cook Off on Sat. was, despite the drizzle, fun and filling).

  7. Rosary Lady said on 29 Sep 2009 at 5:51 pm:
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    I have been there myself praying peacefully. I heard from the pro-life center next to the abortion mill that the abortionist is losing business due to the increased presence by pro-lifers, I wonder if that has something to do with it. Makes you wonder who is looking out for who’s best interest.

  8. Ellen W. said on 29 Sep 2009 at 5:55 pm:
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    Great work Greg exposing this, point to make, it is not just the Catholics out there although they are often the largest presence, I just emailed this link to my Pastor asking for his help getting the word out.

  9. citizenofmanassas said on 29 Sep 2009 at 7:59 pm:
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    Greg,

    I’ll be there early before heading over to the Fall Festival. I’ll have to come up with a few good signs to piss off the baby killers.

    Also, who exactly in the City “leadership” is trying to come up with new restrictions to prevent people engaging their 1st Amendment rights? I’ve been by that location many times when protesters have been present, and never once have I seen any unsafe actions on their part.

  10. Wolverine said on 29 Sep 2009 at 9:05 pm:
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    Little old ladies with rosaries are a traffic problem and day laborers at 7-11 stores are not? Go figure.

  11. Anonymous said on 29 Sep 2009 at 9:26 pm:
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    The City of Manassas missed the boat quite a long time ago to put an end the Fernandez’ escapades and is still reaping the results. Had they squashed this animale when the first sign went up, we wouldn’t have this problem now. If events play out as they have in the past, the sign will remain up for months, the city will get around to citing fernandez and getting a court date and just before the court date, the sign will come down. He ain’t dumb, he’s Latino!

  12. Bridget said on 30 Sep 2009 at 5:11 am:
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    Big Dog said:

    FYI - Rogelio Garcia Medina entered a quilty plea yesterday morning
    to the charge of assaulting a police officer. As an illegal alien and
    convicted felon, he will be handed over to ICE for deportation after
    he serves his sentence.

    “Of the 27,899 illegal immigrants put on commercial airlines last year for deportation, more than 75 percent flew unescorted, according to ICE data.”

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2351385/posts

  13. Jeff Hunter said on 30 Sep 2009 at 7:55 am:
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    Who are y’all callin’ an old lady?!? ;-)

    I’ve been out there most first Saturdays for over 10 years now and never once seen anything resembling a pro-abortion counter protest. Our Rosaries have always been peaceful and quiet, save for the occsional individual passing by blaring the horn and giving us the 1 finger salute. Why do those who disagree have to be loud and vulgar?

    If the abortion mill’s business if failing (praise be to God!) then no amount of Planned Un-Parenthood presence is going to save it and will probably only draw in more Pro-Life folks.

    “What is taking place in America, is a war against the child. And if we accept that the mother can kill her own child, how can we tell other people not to kill one another.” - Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta

  14. Robert L. Duecaster said on 30 Sep 2009 at 11:15 am:
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    Jeff: You’re efforts to raise the community’s awareness of this ongoing tragedy are most praiseworthy. Thank you for what you have done and continue to do. It is indeed another war that must be waged on behalf of the most vulnerable among us, albeit peacefully and legally.

    Incidentally, whenever I drive by and see you folks out there, I honk my horn and give the “thumbs up” signal, as encouragement. Hope it wasn’t misinterpreted.

  15. Jeff Hunter said on 30 Sep 2009 at 12:15 pm:
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    Robert: Thanks for the support and encouragement. Keep up the tooting! It’s obvious (at least to me) when a driver is showing support or when they’re trying to startle the “little old ladies”.

  16. Tillie said on 30 Sep 2009 at 7:26 pm:
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    Hi Jeff

    How many unwanted babies have you placed in foster homes. How many have you taken care of?
    Do you care more about fetuses than those who have been born?

    It seems that a lot of you lose interest in the fetus once it becomes and baby. After that mother and child are left to their own devices. Right? Tell me if it is not so.

  17. legal2 said on 30 Sep 2009 at 8:30 pm:
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    “What is taking place in America, is a war against the child. And if we accept that the mother can kill her own child, how can we tell other people not to kill one another.” - Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta

    AMEN!

    When I was coming of age during RoeV.Wade, the big lie was, ‘every child will be a wanted child.’ Instead, women (and men) are dispensible toys; children are seen as a burden; parents open to big families (more than 2 or 3!) are criticized, and people in general are disposable. I’ve seen the changes in family, morality and the way people treat each other over the last 4 decades, and it doesn’t appear to be an improvement.

  18. Anonymous said on 30 Sep 2009 at 9:14 pm:
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    Tillie makes a good point, but I am sick of those in the prochoice movement demanding abortion when a child and their situation is “imperfect” in some way. I have essentially turned my back on those who advocate abortion, but it doesn’t mean I am embracing those who advocate against it, who pay lip service to helping those who become parents in difficult circumstances (single, poor, disabled.) The rage and hate that both sides hurl at each other serves no practical good.

  19. Wolverine said on 1 Oct 2009 at 12:55 am:
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    My word, such generalizations fly around on this blog. Those people out there with rosaries are most often those who give time and money until it hurts to their church programs for the poor and underprivileged and to the Bishop’s Lenten Appeal to help the less fortunate, not to mention supporting rescue missions, schools on Indian reservations, inner city programs for kids, and a whole lot of other things. O.K., so I’ll throw my own Catholic daughter into that mix, Tillie. No, she didn’t find foster homes for unwanted children — she adopted them, two Latino girls and a Black boy, even though she and her husband were in difficult financial straits and needed help from me to carry it off. And all her children have marched with her in the Pro-Life parades in Washington, D.C. She’s just one. I bet you’ll find many more out there of all faiths who heed the charity which their religion commands of them. You’ve got to get out more, Tillie.

  20. Anonymous said on 1 Oct 2009 at 4:56 am:
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    Wolverine - Generalizations…? Welcome to the internet.

  21. Anonymous said on 1 Oct 2009 at 6:28 am:
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    Tillie said on 30 Sep 2009 at 7:26 pm: Flag comment

    Hi Jeff

    Tillie, you should do more toiling instead of blogging. Get out and see the world instead of just smelling the coffee.

  22. Jeff Hunter said on 1 Oct 2009 at 7:56 am:
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    Tillie,

    AAA Women for Choice, right next door to the abortion mill, is a crisis pregnancy center that helps mothers who are contemplating abortion make the right choice, finds a pro-bono OB/GYN, usually Tepyac Family Center - http://www.tepeyacfamilycenter.com/, where they can get quality medical care. AAA then supports new moms with donations of food, clothing, transportation, and job placement assistance if necessary. They will also help in getting the mother adoption assistance if that is what the mother chooses.

    And yes we send money to these charities as well as our tithe to the Arlington Diocese of the Catholic Church. Should I send you the itemized lise of our Schedule A for the past few years so I can pass your test for supporting mothers in crisis pregnancies?

    Have my family and I adopted? No, it’s not right for us at this time but we’re always open to God’s calling and if it be His will we would gladly open our home and family to another child.

    What else can I do to prove to you that it’s not at all about politics and sanctimonious demagoguery?

  23. Robert L. Duecaster said on 1 Oct 2009 at 9:09 am:
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    Jeff:

    Don’t feel compelled to answer those who oppose you. In most cases, they’re only trying to distract you from your labors. Any time and effort you expend answering them is time and effort they have succeeded in taking from your cause.

  24. Anonymous said on 1 Oct 2009 at 9:35 am:
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    Anonymous said on 29 Sep 2009 at 9:26 pm: Flag comment

    The City of Manassas missed the boat quite a long time ago to put an end the Fernandez’ escapades and is still reaping the results. Had they squashed this animale when the first sign went up, we wouldn’t have this problem now.

    Today’s (1 Oct.) Messenger had story about Fernie’s sign. According to the paper, the sign according the city of Manassas is legal. The paper also had a photo of the sign which included the police officer’s name. Thanks City! The historical district is slowly going into decline.

  25. Greg L said on 1 Oct 2009 at 10:08 am:
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    The description by city zoning officials in that article is beyond strange.

    “It appears to be 32 square feet from the public right-of-way”

    What in the heck is that supposed to mean? “Square feet?” I can measure square feet in all sorts of ways that would allow this sign to be infintitely close to the right of way. You’d think someone experienced like Keith Walker might bother to ask what this nonsense was supposed to mean.

    You’d think he might explain what the applicable ordinance is here. Given what I’ve seen from local zoning officials lately, I wouldn’t be surprised if it is actually in violation and they just don’t care to enforce the rules.

  26. smurf said on 1 Oct 2009 at 5:25 pm:
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    Fernandez is about is intelligent as a decroted cat turd on a hot summer day.

  27. Charles said on 1 Oct 2009 at 7:05 pm:
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    Did the city actually vote to move the abortion protestors, or is this still under advisement?

    If they voted to move them, how far away? And if they voted to move them, they didn’t just let Planned Parenthood into the place they moved the abortion protestors from, did they?

  28. Former Embryo said on 1 Oct 2009 at 7:12 pm:
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    Tillie is back attacking the pro-lifers again with the same old evil justification for abortion!

    I guess is it not enough for her (I think it is a he actually) to keep a baby even with all manner of free social services starting before birth gift of you and me and our ever increasing taxes, free formula and diapers and vacinations from serve and barn and the health department, free health care at clinics and the hosptial van, head start for preschool so you can go back to work, free back packs and school supplies for school, free toys for tots at Christmas, etc?

    That not enough free stuff for you to have the kid?

    How much more do you want, would a state nanny do it for you?

    Maybe you shouldn’t sleep with someone you don’t care enough for to have a child with.

    Your arguement is an insult to all those who toil and tithe for the welfare of children.

  29. Paris said on 1 Oct 2009 at 7:16 pm:
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    I think the new Liberty sign is about the same size as the big Jackson Miller yard signs popping up all over, any one have a problem with those?

  30. Tea Party Anyone? said on 1 Oct 2009 at 7:40 pm:
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    Classic example of why folks fear the governement, you just can’t count on them to do the right thing, not even close!

  31. Charles said on 1 Oct 2009 at 8:50 pm:
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    Paris, the sign is a lot bigger than “32 square feet” (which would be 8×4 feet).

    It looks well over 20 feet wide, and at least 6 feet tall to me, maybe 8 feet or more.

    Anyway, I would guess that there is a rule about setbacks, and a rule about size, and that the “32 square feet” is missing quite a bit of information.

    I

  32. citizenofmanassas said on 2 Oct 2009 at 7:17 am:
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    Paris,

    If and when Jackson Miller puts signs up calling people racists, then, yes, I would want them down. But, given that his signs are not calling people racists, there are no problems with them.

  33. zuzu said on 2 Oct 2009 at 12:27 pm:
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    Paris,
    Jackson Miller’s sign doesn’t put anyone’s life at risk like Mr. Fernandez’ sign, publicizing the officer’s name which I would interpret as a “call to action” to gangs looking to support the “cause”. Anon…you’re right, the historic district is in decline, I know, I live there now but not much longer. After 30 years as a resident, I am moving away from here next fall.
    I remember how it USED to be and I’m saddened by what it’s becoming each day people like Gaudencio Fernandez and his ilk have their way with it.
    Furthermore, I don’t feel like I have any representation here as a LEGAL citizen of Manassas or “worse”, as one of those despised “european-americans” who have “raped and murdered” hordes of “native americans”.
    As for the JM running the story including the officer’s name…I’m not surprised. I gave up on that paper a long time ago.
    As for Mr. Fernandez, if he thinks he’s drumming up community support for illegals, he should think again. His blatant disrespect for our city and laws and just for the rules of common decency alone has turned far more people against his cause than towards it. I know several people who were “on the fence” regarding support/sympathy for illegals and have fallen heavily on the side that is against ANY support for illegals now. He is, if anything, causing serious racial divides with his confrontational words and deeds. In the past, I’ve heard many people speak negatively about “illegals” but more often I now hear people talking negatively about Hispanics in general, legal or not, and people like Fernandez are the reason!! If anyone (besides the City) needs to back this guy down, it’s the Hispanic community who is being POORLY represented by Mr. Fernandez.

  34. Free Speech said on 3 Oct 2009 at 3:23 pm:
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    Does the content of the sign really matter for free speech, political signs, aborted babies, pro-illegal signs, where do you draw the line?

  35. citizenofmanassas said on 5 Oct 2009 at 7:56 am:
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    free speech,

    So, you would be OK if the sign singled out one of your family members for gang violence?

  36. Anonymous said on 6 Oct 2009 at 2:45 pm:
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    Paris said on 1 Oct 2009 at 7:16 pm: Flag comment

    I think the new Liberty sign is about the same size as the big Jackson Miller yard signs popping up all over, any one have a problem with those?

    NO! Not at all!

  37. Red, White and Blue said on 7 Oct 2009 at 9:32 pm:
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    I never saw a sign on Liberty Street calling for justice when a latino woman was raped, beaten and murdered right hereby illegals . I do not see a sign on Liberty street denouncing gang activity or the crimes they commit.

    I did not see a sign on Liberty Street when a young man was viciously beaten and murdered on our streets by latino gang members.

    The absence of intelligence from those who post signs on Liberty Street no nothing of liberty but only of self interest - again - a person (illegal latino) breaks the law, was apprehended and apparently this sign (and its makers) oppose law and order and supports (all and any latino) criminal activity and all the misery it brings.

    This is not “freedom of speech” but support of criminals, contempt of police and the naming of the police officer - doing his job - is the absolute pits. I wonder why the sign maker(s) didn’t so proudly sign their names to the “work of art”?

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