Who Were Those Protesters in Chicago and LA and San Diego?

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Student with an American flag being taunted by protesters in Kiest Park in Dallas. See here where Ted Kennedy missed what was going on in front of his own eyes.

A San Diego area high school student today. If Mexican nationals want freedom as one of their signs said, shouldn’t they be asking the government of Mexico–and demonstrate there?

Some of them espoused a radical agenda such as La Raza and MEChA; others were caught up in a ‘rights’ agenda. Great. If you’ve broken the law to be here what rights should you receive again? Aztlan: Here’s the Plan.
Here’s the way it’s carried out. These chapters of MEChA, like the one here at the University of Oregon, are all about separatism and bigotry.

Chicano is our identity; it defines who we are as people. It rejects the notion that we are an insignificant minority group that should assimilate into the Anglo-American melting pot of materialism, greed, and intolerance upon us. It is a symbol of Resistance as well as a symbol of Unity amongst Mexicanos, Salvadorenos, Chilenos, Puerto Ricennos, Cubanos, and all other Raza. Chicano has come to represent the strugles and fight of all Latino peoples.

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22 thoughts on “Who Were Those Protesters in Chicago and LA and San Diego?

  1. Sure smells a lot like manifest destiny to me…are we finally now on the receiving end of the whole “do unto others” clause?

  2. Thinking a little too geek for this crowd kodiak…but I’ll give ya props for trying.

    First one to guess what a NOP is wins $10!

  3. 500,000 looks like a lot of people, and truthfully, it is. But, does that stack up against the millions that are fed up with illegal immigration?

    As for what will be done, I’m not holding my breath for anything. The left seems content with them becoming the new slave class picking our fruit and vegetables (or so they like to claim) while the right has no backbone to stand up to them.

    In the meantime, radcial groups like MEChA just keep growing and getting more and more bold.

    Since we that wish our immigration laws to be enforced are now racists for that, doesn’t that also make Mexicans racists for enforcing their immigration laws on their southern border?

  4. While watching the video here, listen closely to the speeches.

    It’s time to wake up and smell the menudo, my friend

  5. Who said wanting immigration laws enforced was racist, and where are these “millions?”

    Please point to where I “created” a fact…?

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