Northern California chapter of the CofCC was started in October 2007, a year-and-a-half after the mass mobilization of illegal immigrants by the socialist-Left in Calfornia, especially in San Jose, San Francisco, Santa Rosa, and elsewhere. The shear magnitude of the “Day without an Immigrant”, aka. neo-Marxist general strike, was a wake up call for a lot of people. Americans in general, regardless of race, saw a huge constituency that not only threatened the reality of (what remains of) national citizenship and borders, but also endangered their economic and political system. White Americans, in particular, saw the reality behind two decades of multiculturalism, their ultimate exclusion as the newest demographic minority, and accompanying loss of cultural and material influence. This trend is not going away.

Since May 2006, brave Americans in the Bay Area have defended themselves against the radical Left, and, consequently, a growing alliance of conservative Populist citizen groups have emerged, taking back the streets from militant marxist revolutionaries and finally breaking PC silence in our neighborhoods. This marked a turning point for the conservative right-wing not seen in many decades.

The NorCal CofCC (aka. NorCal Conservative Council) is one of the newest organizations to join this populist tulmult. In 2008-9 some members were elected with Minutemen and Ron Paul supporters as GOP county central committee members. By mid-2009 the Tea Party movement sucked up a lot of energy from what might otherwise have been more genuine populism, and we are finally re-evaluating the utility of Tea Party (GOP lead) organizations. Meanwhile, in 2011 we hope to redirect our activism in “localist” avenues. To join, visit and find state chapters.

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4 Responses to “Welcome”

  1. 1 Tim Mc Hugh November 23, 2007 at 12:38 pm

    Greetings from San Antonio Texas:
    I just wanted to say that your analysis above was the most consise summation of my worries that I have seen about this course of events to date. Good work and I`ll be checking back often… Thank you again for clarifying the problem. I pray it is the first step toward waking others up and then confronting the problem.

  2. 2 Michael O'Dell January 19, 2008 at 12:07 am

    The “Day without an Immigrant” was laughable. I didn’t notice anything different, which shows me that (1) participation was dismal and (2) society would be still be much better if illegal aliens were deported and the government actually went after and punished businesses that employ them.

  3. 3 ^.^ March 26, 2011 at 3:38 am

    Great. Didn’t know the C of CC was still around, much less in CA of all places! Great. Former Senate Majority Leader Lott was a member…we need to coalesce all these branches of this surging movement one way or another or we are SUNK. I hate to say it. Even Seattle where I am has Mexican drug violence…who’d have thought

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