Saturday, April 19, 2008

Louis Calabro Lives!

I realize this means nothing to almost everyone out there. But, well, Louis Calabro was a figure on the San Francisco oddball activist stage for a while, protecting the rights of European-Americans everywhere against illegal immigration and the racist editors of Asian Week. (Asian Week's big crime seemed to be that they wrote a lot about Asian people.)

Louis' exploits were mighty--I especially liked the time he showed up at a fake pro-gentrification rally secretly organized by the San Francisco Weekly--no, it doesn't make much more sense if you know the story--to remind us all that gentrification is code for 'no European-Americans allowed'.

He vanished from local activities a while back. I didn't know where he had gone. But I just found him again, posting at

Good to know that you're still out there, Louis. Keep on truckin'.


Symsess said...


I'm the blogger who runs American Humanity and I'm not sure what you're talking about.

Unless I'm mistaken I'm writing for migrants and against anti-Hispanic rhetoric.

Balabusta in Blue Jeans said...

I'm talking about one of your commenters. He used to pop up a lot in local circles out here in California. I was just pleased, in an off-beat way, to see him again.