This book is the third and final volume developing an evolutionary perspective on Judaism. Ethnic conflict is a recurrent theme throughout the first two volumes, and that theme again takes center stage in this work. However, whereas in the previous works ethnic conflict consisted mainly of recounting the oftentimes bloody dynamics of Jewish-gentile conflict over the broad expanse of historical time, the focus here is on the world of ideas and ideologies. The emphasis shifts to a single century and to several very influential intellectual and political movements that have been spearheaded by people who strongly identified as Jews and who viewed their involvement in these movements as serving Jewish interests. Particular attention will be paid to the Boasian school of anthropology, psychoanalysis, leftist political ideology and behavior, the New York Intellectuals, and the Frankfurt School of Social Research. In addition, he describes Jewish efforts to shape United States Immigration policy in opposition to the interests of the peoples of non-Jewish European descent, particularly the peoples of Northern and Western Europe. An important thesis is that all of these movements may be seen as attempts to alter Western societies in a manner which would neutralize or end anti-Semitism and provide for Jewish group continuity either in an overt or in a semi-cryptic manner. At a theoretical level, these movements are viewed as the outcome of the fact that Jews and gentiles have different interests in the construction of culture and in various public policy issues (e.g., immigration policy).
The Protocols were first published in 1903 by Pavolachi (or Pavel) Krushevan, an instigator of the Kishinew pogrom, in his Russian newspaper called Znamia. Even though the text is about 100 years old and is considered a forgery by scholars today, it didn’t just influence politics in the past, but it still has some political influence in the present-day in the Arab and Muslim world.
“Although it’s a pernicious fraud, The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion has unfortunately had a widespread influence–all of it evil–on the history of the 20th century. It was exposed as a hoax in 1921, yet it has been used as a justification for the Holocaust and for innumerable pogroms in Russia and the Soviet Union.
The Protocols was supposedly written in 1897 from the minutes of 24 secret meetings between Jews and Freemasons in which they conspired to bring down Western civilization and jointly rule the world. In reality, it is nothing of the sort. In 1921, Philip Graves of the London Times revealed The Protocols to be a fraud, showing it to be based on a French satire aimed at Napoleon III. In a series of side-by-side extracts printed in the Times, Graves demonstrated that the forgers took long portions of the original text, titled Dialogues in Hell Between Machiavelli and Montesquieu, and simply replaced “France” with “Zion” and “The Emperor” with “We the Jews.” Further investigations by the Russian historian Vladimir Burtsev revealed other sources for The Protocols, including a fantasy novel by Hermann Goedsche and, more darkly, the hand of the Russian secret police.
When you read the ” Assault On The Liberty” you feel like it’s a fiction story, but unfortunately it’s non-fiction. The attack on the USS Liberty which was in international waters off the coast of Egypt during the Six-Day War is one of the most unusual events in the history of modern warfare. James Ennes has captured in print his eye witness account of the brutal attack on a United States Navy ship while serving as a commissioned officer aboard the USS Liberty. This attack led to the deaths of 34 of his shipmates and 171 were gravely injured in an unprovoked attack by Israeli armed forces. What is profoundly shocking is the deliberate cover-up and obfuscation of this tragedy by both the American and Israeli governments. Thanks to James Ennes, and the other Liberty survivors, and their faithful supporters.. Anyhow, the fight for justice goes on.
Our organization has released the results of a recent poll conducted in Arizona by Rasmussen, link to story here
An astounding 50% say election irregularities in heavily Republican areas of Arizona were likely intentional to suppress Republican votes. According to election officials in Maricopa County roughly 20% of polling sites, or 45 out of 223, were experiencing “issues” with tabulation machines just hours after Election Day polls opened. 
This is a problem.
57% of respondants feel our voting rights were deprived but only 35% were convinced enough evidence has been presented to the public proving fraud. Kari Lake is attempting to appeal her lawsuit to the Arizona State Supreme Court after a Maricopa County Judge ruled against her in December . Kari Lake came within fractions of a percentage point of winning in the official certified ballot totals. This survey of actual Arizona voters, with a 3% margin of error, indicates 8% more of them voted for Lake than voted for Katie Hobbs. That’s almost three times the poll’s margin of error. This raises serious questions about the certified ballot totals in light of the reported procedural irregularities. The Arizona Supreme Court will meet on Tuesday March 21st to decide whether to hear Kari Lake’s election contest appeal.
Arizonans must not be left for the next two years with these deep uncertainties about something as fundamental as the integrity of Arizona elections. The Arizona Supreme Court is the only state institution left that’s capable of resolving these large popular and procedural election uncertainties in a manner consistent with Arizona law. We wish them the courage, fortitude, and wisdom this complex, contentious, and vital task will require.
Election Reform is needed
The data from the poll has caused College Republicans United to raise concerns about potential election interference by then Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, who was also a candidate for Governor in the same election. College Republicans United is urging all Arizonans to pay close attention to the potential for election interference and to take action to ensure the integrity of future elections. Our organization believes every legal vote should count and that it is essential to protect the sanctity of the democratic process.
The College Republicans United is committed to ensuring future elections are free from any kind of interference and that the voice of every voter is heard. The organization will continue to work with any politician who’s goals are working towards efforts to support one day, one person, one vote elections for Arizona and beyond. As a national organization, we seek to ensure elections are held with the highest regard for security and sanctity.
This information was given to College Republicans United by a former member of the RINO CRs who left the organization in disgust following Joe Pitts condemnation of Kyle Rittenhouse and of our fundraiser. Throughout 2019 and early 2020 this anon believed PAC funds, created by the CRs, were raised & spent with malfeasance and was fearful of retaliation by club leadership if questioned.
This anon claims this PAC was used to fundraise for the College Republicans; money had been pocketed illegally in violation of reporting laws.
CR Faculty Advisor was questioned regarding details of this PAC. Dr Critchlow denied any pertinent knowledge but knew of this PAC’s existence. We offer this information to the public to follow up on their activities and help us expose their political activism which is harming the standing of the GOP in Arizona.
Founder: Jeremiah Willett
Jeremiah Willett claims to have been active in Republican politics since 2014. He attended Arizona State University and graduated in 2020 with a degree in Political Science. Throughout college, Jeremiah has supported and volunteered for various RINO campaigns, most notably working as a field organizer for Governor Ducey’s 2018 reelection. He served as President of the College Republicans at Arizona State University in 2019 and, according to their own faculty advisor, Dr. Critchlow, ran its remaining membership into the ground following the disastrous leadership of Jennifer Custis.
Jeremiah worked in public policy for Compass Strategies –https://compassstrategiesaz.com/
Chairman: Landon Wall
Landon Wall started his career in finance working at an investment research firm. He began working in politics in 2017, after joining Compass Strategies as a data analyst. Since beginning at Compass Strategies, Landon has collected, managed, and analyzed data for multiple local, congressional, advocacy, and statewide campaigns and met Jerimiah.
Young Leadership Coalition is a slush fund by Jerimiah’s father to purchase political influence for his son to grow an astroturf organization to be utilized in covering operating costs for various candidates in Arizona, and of course build resumes for those affiliated with it. Six donations from John Paul Willett were documented between 6/30/2019 and 6/28/2020 – totaling $125,600.
There are no other donors on record.
John Paul Willet is listed as a ‘Managing Member’ of ‘Rsv Holding‘ which employs 197 people. On April 14, 2020 the company took a $1-$2Million loan from BOKF, National Association. Mr Willet is also a managing member of Red Star AZ32 LLC, also known as Red Star Vapor e-cigarette business that uses antifa/revolutionary artwork on its product to sell merchandise.
How do you spend $125,600 in two years or less?
Tdaz Consulting: $8,000.00 for Consulting –
Self proclaimed business within Engineering, Accounting, Research, and Management Services Sector. Corporation Commission Filing here
Owner Tom Ducey, Campaign Manager for Kate Brophy McGee, also the Nephew of Arizona Governor Doug Ducey
The reccuring theme you’ll notice here is the payout to associates of Ducey. Young Leadership Institute spent $1,203.00 to Ava Montoya for consulting. Ava is a marketing manager at a New Mexico Tech council who previously worked at the AZ Chamber of Commerce with Tom Ducey.
These RINO Republicans also gave money to Democrats
In October 2019 Young Leadership Coalition rented the Tempe Mission Palms for $4,929.83 which hosted two Republicans and Democrats and paid each of them $1,000.
The two Democrats: Daniel Hernandez, who was elected into the Arizona House of Representatives for the 2nd District in 2016, and the Alma Adams Campaign who was elected into the House of Representatives 3rd District in 2018.
Both of these Democrats are typical far left extremists who support unlimited late term abortions. They both campaigned heavily for Hillary Clinton in 2016 and Joe Biden in 2020.
Other expenses include…
Fox Point Consulting: $52,650.00 for Consulting,
Arcadia Management Group Inc: $24,999.50 for Commercial Property Rent
Incompliance: $5,850.00 another Consulting firm that does business with Arizonans for Affordable Electricity, Republican Legislative Victory Fund, Re-Elect Debbie Lesko for Senate, Arizonans for Public Safety, Taxpayers Against City Takeover, Arizonans for Financial Freedom (Sponsored by American Encore), and Ducey for Governor.
RINO College Republicans at ASU also benefited
Young Leadership PAC paid American Airlines $1,302.40 which is about the cost of 4 or 5 round-trip tickets (pre-COVID19).
Hilton Hotel received $753.58 on 02/09/2020 in Washington DC. Lodging for Arjun Rondla Treasurer of the CRs & others who are part of Jerimiah’s and Joe Pitt’s inner circle.
Arizona Federation of College Republicans received $300.00 for Judah Waxelbaum who has been the unelected Fed Chair since 2017 and member of the College Republicans.
Steven Sensmeier received $1,000, Former College Republican from Embry Riddle, who was also involved with the Federation of College Republicans.
Young Leadership PAC also paid someone’s Cox Communications bill $504.25, five payments of $100.85 from Feb – June 2020. Adobe software for $100 to make videos condemning College Republicans United. AZ Office Liquidators: $437.29 for Office furniture, new & secondhand desks, chairs, conference tables & more. ... and the “American Conservative” a magazine subscription for $330.00, great example of fiscal conservatism.
The State Press refused to publish this information
Arizona State University’s undergraduate student government elections are underway and, unsurprisingly, a radical slate of candidates has emerged. United Voices for ASU is a coalition claiming to be fighting for ASU students when in reality they are fighting for their own political interests.
It’s no coincidence that the notorious campus hate group Students for Justice in Palestine has endorsed the slate. At least one of its candidates, Alexia Isais, is a vehement anti-Semite. She hero-worships Leila Khaled, a Palestinian terrorist, infamous plane hijacker, and member of the U.S.-designated terrorist group Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP).
She calls Khaled an “idol” and posts her quotes as inspiration. Khaled is not a “freedom fighter”. She is a terrorist with innocent blood on her hands. This is no role model for a would-be public servant.
Aside from her poor choices in personal heroes, Isais has some disturbing views of her own. She has repeatedly tweeted that “Israel shouldn’t even exist,” including by invoking the genocidal call for a free Palestine “from the river to the sea”. Don’t be mistaken – this is not a call for freedom or democracy. It is a call to exterminate all 6 million Jews living between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea, the entirety of the land of Israel. Her advocacy for violence against Israel and the Jewish people doesn’t stop there.
Isais is also a vocal supporter of an “antifa-like” student, Ben Cooper, who was arrested last year for aggravated assault. This is a violent anti-Israel agitator who was arrested in part for an assault on a Tempe police officer and was charged with a felony. He is also a member of the Young Democratic Socialists of America at ASU which has held violent protests against College Republicans United and used the group’s platform to bash the Tempe police department. Well after his conviction of a violent crime, Isais shared an op-ed Cooper wrote in which he endorses the idea that “Israel and the United States share that common imperialistic ideology of border militarization [and] human rights abuses” and that “U.S. actions globally have inflamed conflict.” Isais called it “awesome”.
The admiration appears to be mutual because Cooper also endorsed the United Voices for ASU slate. Why should the ASU student body support a slate that is so anti-American? Cooper was forced to resign from the USG last year when College Republicans United exposed his felony record to the University.
The politicization of college campuses is nothing new, but it’s time student governments focus on education and put broader politics aside. The students of ASU deserve better than to serve as pawns of the left’s political agenda. United Voices for ASU’s platform is full of platitudes like a “universal pass” policy for the spring semester when in reality they want to impose a radical anti-Israel agenda and lift up their violent allies. Ben Cooper proposed a BDS amendment to the USG last year, we can expect this slate to follow in his footsteps.
Reject this slate and vote for candidates who are truly ready to advocate for ASU students’ interests.
The State Press has a long history of slandering individual students and organizations for being conservative while giving a hard pass for the alt-left. They will not publish articles critical of leftist figures on campus except on rare occasions. Even then, the articles are lacking any substance and not advertised.
Help College Republicans United expose fake news at
Arizona State University
Hello College Republicans United,
My Name is Devon Smith, I have followed your club through emails but sadly I had class at your meeting times the last two semesters causing me to be unable to make any of the meetings. I am running for Senator of WP Carey, and am a conservative when it comes to political views.
I am running my campaign on the grounds of real world problems we are facing as a society and a university such as, reimbursements for the Coronavirus causing a lot of us to leave campus, more inclusion campus wide, trying to involve international kids more and make the out of state kids feel more at home, and I am focusing on funds spent by the students being allocated more towards business kids and the student body in general as there seems to be rarely anything done for the students in terms of dorms, dining halls, events, etc..
Thank you so much for your time,
USG Senate Candidate
AZGOP chairman Kelli Ward stirred up a hornet’s nest when she fired the Resolution Committee she had appointed after Thanksgiving in Nov 2019.
According to GOP sources, Ward abruptly dissolved the Resolutions Committee on Dec 18, 2019 as the committee reviewed 25 resolutions that had been presented for consideration for recommendation at the upcoming Jan 25 Arizona State Convention.
PC/committee member Vince Ansel says, “It all began with a nice email received on Nov 27, 2019 from AZ Republican Party Chairman, Kelli Ward stating that I had been chosen to serve on the Republican ‘Resolutions Committee”. The job of this committee is to vote on ‘resolutions’ which would then be forwarded to the State GOP Committee for consideration and a vote on Jan 25, 2020. That vote would set in motion the political platform and goals of the State Republican Party for 2020. Ansel listed the 11 resolutions passed by the 25 committee members in attendance at the Dec 18 meeting before Committee Chairman Russell Pearce was notified by Ward that she had fired the committee mid-meeting for alleged ‘rules violations.’
They had passed resolutions:
1. Strict enforcement of Immigration Law and condemnation of Sanctuary city policies.
2. State support of a well-armed militia to help in defense of our southern borders.
3. The condemnation of ABOR for granting discounted tuition to Illegal Aliens.
4. State defunding of the baby-killing organization known as “Planned Parenthood”.
5. Support of the Electoral College.
6. Strict enforcement of established law prohibiting the hiring of Illegal Aliens.
7. State compliance of laws regarding English as Arizona’s Official Language.
8. Resolution to end the illegal DACA program immediately.
9. Resolution to expand School Choice and increase the number of Vouchers issued.
10. Resolution to denounce “Red Flag Laws” which violate citizen 2nd Amendment rights.
11. Resolution that the AZ Republican Party stand firmly with President Trump.
Follow up e-mails indicate Ward thought the resolutions “too divisive” and that she was forming a new Resolution Committee under a new chairman which has prompted the fired committee members to question whether Ward buckled under press from Doug Ducey.
Chairman Pearce said he had been told that Ducey was pushing hard for “his Gun Confiscation Scheme (Red Flag Laws) which Pearce points out is a “clear violation of the Constitution. The Gov is also a member of ABOR and supports giving instate tuition to DACA students (in violation of Arizona Law.) Chairman Ward is trying to play politics and NOT do what is right – which is a shame. But, dismissing me as chairman and the whole committee is deceitful and will backfire on her.” Pearce was nominated for the chairmanship by LD25 Chair Ian. Peace continued, “This is all politics. ABOR has been stuffed with Ducey appointments including democrats and Karrin Robson who wants to run for Governor. The only reason our AG (Mark Brnovich) is going after their abuse of power is because he knows I will if he doesn’t and has stated so to the Arizona Republic. Just like he did when he blasted for forcing him to sue ABOR for giving in-state tuition strictly against the law.”
Pearce noted, “Resolutions are the party members voice and so she needs to just suck it up and let them win or lose in a vote. Ward is supposed to be a conservative. Keep in mind money talks. Karrin who sits on the ABOR board just took $250K from Ed Robson as Karrin plans to is run for Governor. This ABOR illegal act deal will blow up in Karrin’s face and she knows it. The Red Flag laws are a clear violation of the Constitution and due process and should not be voted in by the legislature. If this party doesn’t stand up for what is right we are in trouble and no better than the Dems and the left. We need to take a stand. We must get Trump re-elected or we will put our Republic at risk. We elected President Trump, because he is willing to take on the swamp and take a strong stand on the founding principles of this Republic in spite of the daily attacks by the Media and the Left. I do not understand why Kelli and the Gov are against English as the Official Language as it is already in our Constitution . Or why they would support an illegal, unconstitutional Executive Order by President Obama and do not want us to demand we end DACA. Or why she would want to silence the voice of our hard working Conservatives – the back bone of this Party who clearly are opposed to Red Flag legislation, voted overwhelmingly for Prop. 300 to say NO to DACA, and why in the world would they be afraid to out ABOR for breaking the law. All Politics. Who’s side are they on?
Pearce said, “This whole attempt is to stop resolutions that this Party wants. They (party members) DO NOT want Gun Confiscation Laws (Red Flag laws) that is Ducey’s pet legislation, they do not want to condemn ABOR for breaking law flagrantly (Ducey is on the Board), they want to protect DACA in spite of the President being in court right now to stop it, and they do not want to support God’s Plan of only two Genders (changed to two sexes). When I would not violate Robert’s Rules of Order or pander to Ward and Ducey this is when the evil plan started to make sure they did not pass. The Committee was even stacked to stop it, but it failed due to the solid Patriots on the Committee. Some of these passed UNANIMOUSLY but they will do what they can to stop them including cheating and lying. I am so disappointed on Chairman Ward and those who continue to throw our Conservatives under the bus while we support our own SWAMP. Some of these passed UNANIMOUSLY but she decided to do whatever she had to do to stop them. In fact Kelli was texting to committee members during the committee vote. I am so disappointed in Chairman Ward and those who continue to throw our Conservatives under the bus while we pander to our own SWAMP.”
Pearce said Ward sent emails to him and texted members to:
· “ not to vote on the Resolution to stop Red Flag Laws (a gun confiscation scheme)
· “ not to vote on condemning ABOR for breaking the law and their continued effort to violate both Federal and Arizona law (Prop. 300 passed by 73% of Arizonans made it clear NO tax dollars directly or indirectly to DACA or anyone in the Arizona illegally)
· “ not to vote on the Resolution to end DACA, which we all know is a violation of law and an illegal executive order by Obama
· “ not to vote to support God’s Plan of Two Genders (changed to two Sexes) as it was controversial.
· “ not to vote on enforcing English as the Official Language that the is in our Constitution
When that failed Kelli decided to illegally change the rules. “ -ft
In 2016, Ward signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge in her primary challenge to Senator John McCain, making a written commitment to Arizonans that she would oppose all tax increases. She lost that election but was elected as Party Chairwoman two years later in 2018. Her supporters have long claimed she would remove the RINO-establishment influences from the party.
“Kelli Ward promised the people of Arizona in writing that she would oppose any and all tax increases. She just called for a sales tax hike that would damage every citizen of Arizona,”
– Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform.
Ward suddenly announced her support behind Senate Concurrent Resolution 1001 and House Concurrent Resolution 2024. If approved by the legislature, would raise $1.1 billion dollars to education through a new sales tax. A move which has shocked her closest supporters into open rebellion.
The AZGOP is bankrupt. The Jonathan Lines and McCain donors have withheld their funds and are acting independently since she took office. Ward has had great deal of difficulty in finding replacements for the upcoming elections. Rumors have been circulating that she was convinced to support this bill to gain favor with the remnants of the RINO establishment. Rodney Glassman is a former Democrat who ran against John McCain in 2010 for the Senate. After it was discovered that Glassman forged ballot signatures, plagiarized his Ph.D. dissertation, and ruined his reputation in the Democratic Party, he switched to the GOP and was embraced by Jeff Flake cronies like Bill Montgomery. Glassman, who is a trust-fund millionaire, pushed for a double digit tax increase for the last two years.
According to State Senator Vince Leach of District 11, Glassman organized a fundraiser with Ben Carson, Leo Beus, and Paul Gilbert in exchange for Ward’s support of the tax increase.
(Update 5/21: According to FEC Reports, Glassman donated $2,000 YTD to the AZGOP, most recently on April 18th just a week before the Ben Carson Fundraiser)
During the 2016 Corporation Commission race, Glassman raised twice the amount of any other candidate totaling $767k. $200k of which was donated by himself. Glassman is reported to have used Union and Planned Parenthood money from his 2010 campaign, money that was suppose to have been returned.
Glassman is associated with several organizations like Lucha AZ, an open borders advocacy group. As well as a family PAC called the Arizona Stronger Universities (ASU) that was seed funded by his wife with $26k. She is still a registered Democrat. It’s not a stretch of the imagination that the PAC takes money from unions and then applies it to his campaign.
Why would Ward do this? All sorts of ridiculous explanations have been thrown around. “To expose the left’s agenda, and put people on record for supporting a tax increase while giving into the demands of the education unions.” As some form of 4th Dimensional Chess. The Ward sycophants need to wake up and start holding her accountable. This isn’t gaining any favors with the left, Joe Thomas, the head of the Arizona Education Association teacher’ union, called Ward’s tax increase “Too little. Too late.” No amount of money will make up for the base abandoning her leadership. You are not going to gain supporters by trying to outspend Democrats either.
Ward has a terrible record when it comes to criticism by unfriending and blocking Republicans on social media. Perhaps its time for Republicans to rebuke her and start looking for a replacement.
Former state legislator Frank Antenori provided an impassioned history lesson about Arizona politics
Recently an article was published by the State Press discussing the breakup of the College Republicans. This will serve as our official response to the State Press article.
We previously wrote an extensive post about our history with the College Republicans. If you want the full version check here. When Judah Waxelbaum joined the CRs in the fall of 2017, the club had just gone through a major election and was under new leadership. The newly elected Secretary left to Washington and there was a vacancy in the executive board.
Judah was to be anointed with fan fare designed by the leadership. The President however failed to follow the bylaws of the CRs, either through incompetence or corruption, and a candidate ran against Judah with overwhelming support. When Jennifer realized she didn’t have the votes to secure Judah’s win, she cancelled the election and began a long process fighting against members who would later go on to start College Republicans United.
Judah was quickly made aware of the violations to the bylaws. He was a Freshman, literally his first meeting of the year, he was not qualified to vote or allowed to run. Any sensible person would take a step back, but Judah insisted he was entitled to it. Maybe he grew up with a silver-spoon, maybe he was propped up throughout his time with the Teenage Republicans in High School and believed college would be similar, it’s not clear. Over the next few months Judah definitely grew to resent the founders of College Republicans United and made it his mission to sabotage our club which has gone on to eclipse the CRs.
“But if they’re attacking other republicans, it’s just going to hurt republicans as a whole.” – Judah
- Judah at the Paradise Valley Women’s Club told one of our members in attendance, not knowing he was a member of ours, that College Republicans United was an alt-right organization. – Mark Grigoriev
- Judah upon learning that College Republicans United was invited to speak on Chips N Salsa Radio, wrote to the host Alice, asking to drop CRU because we are racist, misogynistic, etc. – Alice Lara
- During Passport at ASU, we had multiple students asking if we were alt-right after speaking with Judah. – Kevin Decuyper & Josh Bernard
- Eric Sloan, candidate for Corporate Commission informed our group that Jen and Judah reached out to him urging not to attend any further meetings because we “we’re not a conservative club”. – Eric Sloan
Fortunately, Kimberly Yee was the only speaker to back out from meeting with our club after speaking with Jennifer and Judah. Since our founding, our club has tried to avoid any and all associations with the CRs. We believe the CRs are a failed group by backing elements within the GOP that are hostile to the Trump agenda. Which leads us to our next point.
Paul Carrese – SCETL
It’s interesting that Paul Carrese (Director of the School of Civic of Economic Thought and Leadership), speaks about republican division and polarization, yet his programs has supported people such as Bill Kristol and George Will. Who are very open about their Never-Trump views, and have demanded a challenger to combat President Trump’s influence within the GOP.
Mr Carrese points out that this climate has made it difficult for never Trumpers such as Senator Jeff Flake (who is also hostile to Trump) to gain ground in this turbulent Era. Yet, Mr Carrese and Judah Waxelbaum have the gall to criticize CRU for not supporting their brand of what constitutes a “Republican”. It further proves CRU’s point, that the CRs are hypocrites who seem to be disregarding their own advice.
After all, it’s interesting to see the director of the SCETL chastise CRU for not supporting and following so called “Traditional Conservatives” who by and large tend to fall into the Neocon camp of so called conservative thought.
Judah talks about division within the Republican party, but his new supposed “Club adviser”, backs him in his hit piece article in the State Press. Both have a history of backing division and strife within the GOP. CRs association with the SCETL should raise warning flags about their dedication to the GOP, and their ‘supposed’ support for President Trump. After all it seems his own backers have made clear where their stances lie at, which doesn’t seem to align with proven support for the President or even the GOP.
The 2018 midterms will be one of the most critical elections in for the GOP, and its results will be felt for the foreseeable future. As it will be a defining moment not only for the MAGA agenda, but for the GOP’s future as well. A agenda which was essential to bringing in new voters in the Rust Belt region, as well as disenfranchised members of the democratic party, and libertarian party, as well as people who were looking for real shake up of the status quo
The State Press wants to portray a party in disarray with crazy Trump supporters on one side, and temperate sane folks on the other. To affirm this take, they quoted Carrese who contrasted the wild eye crazies who think short term with those who understand compromise.
College Republicans have a history of RINO activities
If you want to get an idea of the general membership and their poor leadership decisions, it wasn’t that long ago when the College Republicans set up a chapter in Flagstaff with Bernie Sanders supporters. They found a small group of people who asked to setup a club, and without doing any sort of vetting, gave them the authority to start a College Republican chapter. They were personal friends with the CRs in Tucson and that was good enough for them. You can imagine the problems of a “Republican club supporting a Democratic Socialist” – Kevin Decyper can elaborate that story better.
How College Republicans United started
That might as well be ancient history, so let’s talk about something a bit more recent. In the fall of 2017 there was an opening in the Executive Board for Secretary at ASU. Judah at the time was a Freshman and attended his first ever meeting at ASU. The CR President, Jennifer Custis, unilaterally decided to encourage him to run for this position due to his father’s influence within Jeff Flake’s social circle. Although in violation of the club bylaws, the CR President did everything within her power to prop up Judah. When his opposing candidate secured the majority support of members, the election was outright cancelled.
Judah approached us with tears in his eyes, he didn’t understand why so many opposed him. We responded that it was nothing personal but that he was not qualified according to the rules. Over the next few weeks members were harassed by Jennifer and her clique for opposing Judah and two individuals were banned from the club for their conviction.
Judah was appointed without a vote to fill the role as Secretary and CR members became rightfully enraged. When the faculty adviser, Donald Critchlow, tried to intervene with reasonable compromises, he was later called a ‘mother fucker’ by the CR President Jennifer Custis .
You need to understand the mindset of Jennifer and Judah. On multiple occasions she stated that this was ‘her club’. The club bylaws were obstructive to her goals so she ultimately ignored them. Judah belongs to the establishment RINO clique that has a stranglehold on AZ politics. He was a huge supporter of Jeff Flake up until he dropped out of the race, and then switched his support to Martha McSally. So it was not a shock to the rest of the members when Kelli Ward was banned from speaking at CRs.
Needless to say these events started a chain reaction that eventually led to the creation of College Republicans United. When The CR President was forced to actually have an election, she brought in her sorority ADPI sisters and attempted to stack the vote. Ultimately College Republicans imploded and most left to join College Republicans United the following semester. Austin, Ariff, and Kirkland can expand on how Jennifer labeled them as racists when they ran at the end of Spring in 2018.
Jen says to Judah “I’ve given/gotten you literally two appointed positions what do you have to say for yourself? Literally House Of Cards”
Judah says to Jen “They hate me”
Jen says to Judah “I want them all gone,” (them referring to our side) and that she should “Vote ALL of them out.”
Harassment of CRU members continue
You would think Jennifer and Judah would have been happy to remove the entire Trump, Ward, MAGA members from their RINO club. Unfortunately that’s still not good enough. CR membership during the spring semester was reduced to only 8 active individuals. Judah has held a grudge toward College Republicans United ever since, and has done everything within his power to discredit our club and its members for challenging his entitlement.
- Judah & Jennifer got Kimberly Yee to cancel her meeting with us this past spring due to accusations of misogyny and anti-Semitism.
- Judah is on record slandering CRU students as ‘alt-right and anti-Semitic’ at the Paradise Valley Women’s Conservative Club. – Mark Grigoriev can vouch for this.
- Judah wrote to Alice with Chips N Salsa Radio that CRU was a neonazi club or at best alt-right in attempt to cancel our interview at their radio station.
Judah is a known liar, unethical, and without morals.
Judah lied on Chips and Salsa that ASU was discriminating towards College Republicans for recruiting as an excuse for their poor membership turnout in 2018. When in reality their President for the first half of 2018 never even applied to table and then failed to pay off a $30 fee for a previous trash violation. We have the document proving this. When College Republicans United applied to table, ASU mistook our organization for theirs. Otherwise ASU has never given a problem to College Republicans United, Young Americans for Liberty, Turning Point, or any other conservative club. Judah is known to play the victim when it suits his narrative.
The current CR President, Alexander Phillips claims he wants to be on good terms with College Republicans United. He’s on record to saying he holds no ill will towards us. We agree the right should not be fighting our own when we may agree 70% of the time on any given issue. Our true enemy should be towards those who advocate on behalf of ANTIFA. Yet unknown elements within College Republicans have previously associated with ANTIFA to harass members of CRU. Fake twitter accounts by the name of Kelli Astron & Stacy Jarvis knew some intricate details about the schism and have tagged AZ ANTIFA to identify who removed ANTIFA literature from ASU.
We have no solid evidence linking those accounts to Judah, but it’s interesting that all three of these accounts including Judah’s twitter were deleted on the same day. It’s also interesting looking at the password recovery – Judah, Stacy, and Kelli have the same phone digit numbers associated to the account. Maybe it’s just pure coincidence, that is not for me to decide.
I would like College Republicans United to focus on our own club. We had the opportunity in taking the old CR club room when registering with ASU for the fall, but decided not to do it. We had the opportunity to write to their speakers last semester but figured it would be too petty. We would love to take Alexander Phillips on his offer of civility between our two clubs, but when hostile elements are trying to sabotage our club under his leadership, it’s difficult to achieve his goals. Alex needs to step up or he’s complicit in Judah’s behavior.
Katie Ward’s thoughts on Judah