Sunday, October 19, 2014

Marxist La Raza revolutionaries, indoctrination disguised as ethnic studies, plus rotting corpses litter the desert near Gila Bend

Once they arrive on the shores of a once great land, they parasitize on the host population, white America, draining it dry. And now, they’re bring their diseases with them, killing us. A sane country would never have allowed their sorry asses anywhere close to it. Why aren’t they all being deported back to the tropical primitive lifestyle they are suited for? More

Once Aztlan is established, ethnic cleansing would commence: Non-Chicanos would have to be expelled - opposition groups would be quashed because you have to keep power. At pg. 323, Acuna quotes one of their leaders who says, "Kill the gringo". His actual statement was, "If the worst comes to the worst, we must eliminate the 'gringo' which means we must kill him."  More

They also want money, “Restitution for past economic slavery, political exploitation, ethnic, cultural and psychological destruction and denial of civil and human rights.” So we now have an Hispanic version of reparations. “For the very young there will no longer be acts of juvenile delinquency, but revolutionary acts.” Mug an elderly white lady and become a revolutionary? More

Teddy Bears and Anti-White Ethnic Studies

The California school district of El Rancho is dropping its geography requirement and replacing geography with an ethnic studies requirement. As nearly everyone understands by now, ethnic studies programs amount to government-funded racial polarization... Indeed, ethnic studies programs are teaching more than simply an ethnic culture. These programs are the early wedge for Critical Race Theory (CRT), which I’ve described as a cult of anti-white resentment. Full Article

Welcome to Mexifornia. We hope you enjoy your stay. Please don't hesitate to urinate on our shoes, defecate on our history, and break any laws you don't like. Our schools are committed to promote the bastardization of American history to fit your favorite stereotypes and prejudices.

A Chicano Plan for Higher Education was written by the Chicano Coordinating Council on Higher Education as a manifesto for the implementation of Chicano Studies educational programs throughout the state of California. The Plan was adopted in April 1969 at a symposium held at the University of California, Santa Barbara, USA. The 155-page document outlines proposals for a curriculum in Chicano Studies, the role of community control in Chicano education, and the necessity of Chicano political independence. More

As long as this Administration goes unchallenged these travesties of Justice will continue , as long as the Cultural Marxists in key government positions remain in office, these kinds of policies will be forced upon the American people. Public sentiment shows overwhelmingly that most Americans do not support the actions of Barack Obama or Congress, who are experiencing an all time low approval rating.

Court tosses Arizona's no-bail law for immigrants

An appeals court has thrown out a voter-approved law in Arizona that denies bail to immigrants who are in the country illegally and have been charged with a range of felonies that include shoplifting, aggravated identity theft, sexual assault and murder. Proponents of the 2006 law say the statute prevents people who aren't authorized to be in the country and skip out on their bail from committing future offenses. Full Article

The law applies/(did apply) to illegal aliens, not immigrants. Why does the press continue to confound their reporting when reporting on illegal aliens? No one knows how many crimes were prevented because this law kept illegal aliens, who were accused of a crime off the streets. The immigration system is not broken. However, the devious and nefarious discretion, which abounds therein, has to be changed and focused to allow for the proper functioning of that system.

Gila Bend's Dead Body Problem

Does Gila Bend have a dead body problem? An examination of Maricopa County Medical Examiner's data indicates yes... Gila Bend's bodies fit a type: the majority are men, the majority are Latino, and the majority are young. Though over 100 miles separate Gila Bend from the closest point on the border, it's likely that many of the young men found in Gila Bend's desert are dying from the harsh climate they experience as they cross from Mexico into Arizona. Full Article

Lack of water, food, shelter and proper attire create deadly and life threatening situations. Many are rescued before they succumb, but some do not. It is not the fault of anyone except those who attempt to illegally enter our country unprepared, those who encourage them to attempt the crossing unprepared and those who take their money knowing that they are unprepared and risk death.

It is discouraging that law breakers seem to have so many rights, while those who obey the law, seem to have so few... especially the state's right to self determination. We voted for this, as we do with do many other laws, only to have a corrupt court in a liberal state shoot down the will of Arizona's citizens.

“Daring ideas are like Chess men moved forward. They may be beaten, but they may start a winning game” --Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, 1749-1832

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