Hate Rally Organizer Karen Lugo Appointed To California Civil Rights Commission Advisory Committee

Karen Lugo is protecting the culture of Disneyland from the "tyranny of the minority"

Karen Lugo is protecting the culture of Disneyland from the "tyranny of the minority"

The organizers of the anti-Muslim hate rally in Yorba Linda are suddenly on the defensive. Refusing to admit that they behaved like demented racists, or that there is anything wrong with demonizing Muslim citizens of the United States, the North OC Conservative Coalition’s Karen Lugo, Jewish Federation love instructor Rabbi David Eliezrie, and others are claiming that they participated in a peaceful “patriotic” rally that was corrupted by members of an unwanted “splinter group” (was it led by a one-armed man?) who appeared from out of the blue to shout racial slurs at families entering the Muslim charity event.

Lugo and Eliezrie must have been nowhere near Villa Park Councilmember Deborah Pauly when she made the following statement: “I have a wonderful 19 year old son who’s a United States Marine. As a matter of fact I know quite a few Marines who will be happy to help these terrorists [Pauly pointed towards the community center] to an early meeting in paradise.” Actually, Eliezrie has admitted to being in the audience and Lugo was on stage beside Pauly, where she served as the official emcee. How absolutely unfair of CAIR to turn its cameras on the extreme racists at the gates and not focus on the more moderate racists on stage!

Lugo has put herself forward as the official face of the hate rally, yet she has only been identified in the press as a “protester” or “demonstrator.” In fact, Lugo is a veteran right-wing operative and self-proclaimed constitutional law professor who dazzled the crowd with her knowledge of American’s founding documents: “The Constitution is not supposed to protect a tyranny of the minority,” she exclaimed. ”It is not discrimination to say no when a group is less than one percent of our population.”

Lugo speaks at 9:30

According to Lugo, who appears to be obsessed with the Muslim menace, patriotic Americans need to save the culture of Disneyland. As she said, “It is a matter of importance to our culture and society to tell a corporation like Disneyland, ‘We support you in keeping your culture and in not allowing the hijab to be worn as part of an employee’s garb.’”

Despite holding such views and having presided over what basically amounted to a cross burning, Lugo’s bio indicates that she has managed to secure an appointment on the California Civil Rights Commission Advisory Committee, which reports directly to the US Civil Rights Commission. I’m not sure how Lugo’s appointment came about, but perhaps it was inspired by the UN Human Rights Council awarding a seat to Col. Moammar Gaddafi.

11 thoughts on “Hate Rally Organizer Karen Lugo Appointed To California Civil Rights Commission Advisory Committee

  1. macdoodle

    A couple years ago Ca civil rights commission said a Vet shelter didn’t have to help homeless disabled women vets including me and my walker
    cause there wasn’t a lot of us and the shelter needs to make money.

    So I’m not shocked at this either- though you should be.

  2. zafarz

    Quite likely defeated Delaware Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell went to the same school as Lugo to become a constitutional law expert. It is only a matter of time before Karen Lugo gets a multi million dollar contract hosting some show on Fox Views network. More entertainment.
    http://sajepress.com

  3. DICKERSON3870

    RE: “According to Lugo…patriotic Americans need to save the culture of Disneyland.” – Max

    MY SNARK: OMG! I’ve always heard that Walt Disney was a commie, fascist, racist, atheistic, pinko, anti-Semitic, jihad sympathizer – but Disneyland is as American as my own dear mama’s apple pie à la mode! And it’s to die for!
    How can I help the lovely Miss Karen save the “culture of Disneyland” from the evil clutches of Sharia law? I just can’t bear the thought of Minnie Mouse in a ?ij?b!
    You see, back when I was a young lad my parents bought me my very own stuffed Minnie Mouse on our first of many visits to Disneyland. Years later, when my parents began having hellacious arguments late at night (sometimes about me and my “attachment” to Minnie), it was so comforting to have “Miss Minnie” in the bed with me so that I could hug her ever so tightly and think of happier times. In fact, she gave me my very first orgasm. And to this day, no matter what my wife does in an effort to get me “ready”, I have to think about all my good times with Miss Minnie before I’m “good to go”.
    And I still hate my dad for throwing my Miss Minnie into a roaring fire in our fireplace one Christmas Day while my mom and I were out caroling with other members of our church at some of the local nursing homes. Mom had given him a new video camera that morning and he used it to make a videotape for me of Miss Minnie burning. In the video he kept telling me over and over that he was burning her because (I still remember the exact words) “she smells even more like a cheap, two-bit whore than your mother does”. He also burned all of mom’s undies and made a videotape of it for her.
    The next day my mom and I moved into the shelter for abused women and children; and from there into the housing project.

    THE “CULTURE” OF DISNEYLAND (excerpts from Wikipedia):

    Walter Elias Disney was born on December 5, 1901, to Elias Disney, of Irish-Canadian descent, and Flora Call Disney, of German-American descent…
    …Disney was a founding member of the anti-communist Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals. In 1947, during the early years of the Cold War,[74] Disney testified before the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), where he branded Herbert Sorrell, David Hilberman and William Pomerance, former animators and labor union organizers, as Communist agitators. All three men denied the allegations. Sorrell testified before the HUAC in 1946 and there was insufficient evidence to link him to the Communist Party.[75][76]
    Additionally, Disney accused the Screen Actors Guild of being a Communist front, and charged that the 1941 strike was part of an organized Communist effort to gain influence in Hollywood.[74]…
    …Disney was long rumored to be anti-Semitic during his lifetime, and such rumors have persisted after his death. Disney’s 2006 biographer Neal Gabler, the first writer to gain unrestricted access to the Disney archives, concluded that available evidence does not support such accusations…
    “…he got the reputation because, in the 1940s, he got himself allied with a group called the Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals, which was an anti-Communist and anti-Semitic organization. And though Walt himself, in my estimation, was not anti-Semitic, nevertheless, he willingly allied himself with people who were anti-Semitic, and that reputation stuck. He was never really able to expunge it throughout his life.”…
    …The Walt Disney Family Museum acknowledges that Disney did have “difficult relationships” with some Jewish men, and that ethnic stereotypes common to films of the 1930s were included in some early cartoons, such as Three Little Pigs; but points out that he employed Jews throughout his career, and was named “Man Of The Year” in 1955 by the B’nai B’rith chapter in Beverly Hills.[94]…

  4. DICKERSON3870

    RE: “According to Lugo…patriotic Americans need to save the culture of Disneyland.” – Max

    MY SNARK: OMG! I’ve always heard that Walt Disney was a commie, fascist, racist, atheistic, pinko, anti-Semitic, jihad sympathizer – but Disneyland is as American as my own dear mama’s apple pie à la mode! And it’s to die for!
    How can I help the lovely Miss Karen save the “culture of Disneyland” from the evil clutches of Sharia law? I just can’t bear the thought of Minnie Mouse in a ?ij?b!
    You see, back when I was a young lad my parents bought me my very own stuffed Minnie Mouse on our first of many visits to Disneyland. Years later, when my parents began having hellacious arguments late at night (sometimes about me and my “attachment” to Minnie), it was so comforting to have “Miss Minnie” in the bed with me so that I could hug her ever so tightly and think of happier times. In fact, she gave me my very first orgasm. And to this day, no matter what my wife does in an effort to get me “ready”, I have to think about all my good times with Miss Minnie before I’m “good to go”.
    And I still hate my dad for throwing my Miss Minnie into a roaring fire in our fireplace one Christmas Day while my mom and I were out caroling with other members of our church at some of the local nursing homes. Mom had given him a new video camera that morning and he used it to make a videotape for me of Miss Minnie burning. In the video he kept telling me over and over that he was burning her because (I still remember the exact words) “she smells even more like a cheap, two-bit wh*re than your mother does”. He also burned all of mom’s undies and made a videotape of it for her.
    The next day my mom and I moved into the shelter for abused women and children; and from there into the housing project.

    THE “CULTURE” OF DISNEYLAND (excerpts from Wikipedia):

    Walter Elias Disney was born on December 5, 1901, to Elias Disney, of Irish-Canadian descent, and Flora Call Disney, of German-American descent…
    …Disney was a founding member of the anti-communist Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals. In 1947, during the early years of the Cold War,[74] Disney testified before the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), where he branded Herbert Sorrell, David Hilberman and William Pomerance, former animators and labor union organizers, as Communist agitators. All three men denied the allegations. Sorrell testified before the HUAC in 1946 and there was insufficient evidence to link him to the Communist Party.[75][76]
    Additionally, Disney accused the Screen Actors Guild of being a Communist front, and charged that the 1941 strike was part of an organized Communist effort to gain influence in Hollywood.[74]…
    …Disney was long rumored to be anti-Semitic during his lifetime, and such rumors have persisted after his death. Disney’s 2006 biographer Neal Gabler, the first writer to gain unrestricted access to the Disney archives, concluded that available evidence does not support such accusations…
    “…he got the reputation because, in the 1940s, he got himself allied with a group called the Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals, which was an anti-Communist and anti-Semitic organization. And though Walt himself, in my estimation, was not anti-Semitic, nevertheless, he willingly allied himself with people who were anti-Semitic, and that reputation stuck. He was never really able to expunge it throughout his life.”…
    …The Walt Disney Family Museum acknowledges that Disney did have “difficult relationships” with some Jewish men, and that ethnic stereotypes common to films of the 1930s were included in some early cartoons, such as Three Little Pigs; but points out that he employed Jews throughout his career, and was named “Man Of The Year” in 1955 by the B’nai B’rith chapter in Beverly Hills.[94]…

  5. DeucePrez

    Wait…

    Just today, I chatted with a young lady who not only said that she was there (at the Yorba Linda protest rally), but that the protest, itself, was hijacked by a small splinter group of bigots. She claims that the organizers of the protest set up the protest to speak out against the Muslim group’s guest speakers who are (allegedly) pro-terrorist. I called her out on the error of defaming CAIR with the typical Hamas accusations that is commonplace for Islamaphobes and charged her to not use buffoons like Pam Geller as a “credible source of information on Islam”.

    Here’s her video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXeYObSj9WQ

    At least I think it was a young lady, but that’s not as relevant as the facts.

    I also noticed that her YouTube profile has videos of Bridgett Gabriel, another hater of Islam. If these are the people from whom she’s drawing her conclusions on Islam, it’s no wonder she’s got Islam so wrong!

  6. Rahime

    If she is an “expert” of the American constitution she would know that the constitution was designed to protect all, especially the minorities in this country and THEIR RELIGOUS BELIEFS

  7. Rahime

    If she is an “expert” in our constitution she would be well aware of the fact that the constitution was designed to protect ALL, especially the minority from hate and it was created to protect everyone’s right to RELIGOUS FREEDOM. That means the right to wear what your religion dictates. That is about like making someone who is muslim or jewish eat pork which is forbidden.

    I hope they remove her!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. anonymous3232

    hey max, I read your “jim crow” article. good stuff. However, you’re mistaken when you claim Pauly points at the center after referencing terrorists. She points at the community center in an earlier remark, then the video cuts (it’s a blend cut) to her terrorist remark. She does not point when she makes this remark, as you imply. Furthermore, she claims she was referring to “violent jihadists,” not the fundraisers. See below.

    http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/politics/GOP-Activist-Islamic-Rally-Videotape-Doctored–117465603.html

    Since you seem to have a much longer video, it’s curious that you did not realize this. Does the long video include all of Pauly’s remarks?

  9. Arabi

    “Furthermore, she claims she was referring to “violent jihadists,” not the fundraisers. See below.”

    and if you are willing to believe a single word of that bigoted Liar, then I gotta gold mine to sell you!

    the video was very clear. she stated:

    “make no mistake about it; what is happening IN THERE [pointing at the building] is pure adulterated, EVIL”

    and then she made the remarks about the “Terrorists”. She doesn’t have to point anywhere anymore. She already identified her target of her vile rhetoric in the first statement;THE BUILDING AND WHOEVER WAS IN IT. Therefore, her target was the entire Muslim Community, and not just the “terrorists”.

    Sorry, OC, but you just can’t spin this yarn fast enough for me to accept.

    Try again!

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