“Are you one of those La Raza guys?” “The way you’re saying that, I don’t understand.”
In my post yesterday (here), I linked up an old video about Atzlan, the “nation” which is the old Mexican territory until it was “stolen” from them by, you know, losing wars, entering treaties, Ok’s by El Presidentes, etc. Remember the Alamo? Battle of San Jacinto? Mexican-American War? That stuff of history doesn’t matter to these guys. This land is the land of the ancient Aztecs and all whities–or “crackers,” as one of their number called me Monday– should clear out. They ally themselves with the group La Raza. La Raza means “the race.” It refers to the superiority of Hispanics. It’s taught in school groups such as MEChA. Fellow talk show host Lars Larson calls these acolytes the ‘Tan Klan’. He’s onto something there. The ADL describes the Atzlan movement as,
“The Nation of Aztlan (NOA), first organized in the early 1990s, is a California-based Hispanic nationalist organization that claims to represent the desires and aspirations of the Hispanic community. The organization calls for the United States to return “Aztlan” territory – Aztlan being the mythic homeland of the Mexican people, or Aztecs, which according to legend is found in the American Southwest or Northern Mexico. The group’s nationalist message is blurred by frequent appeals anti-Semitism, anti-Zionism, homophobia and other expressions of hatred.”
It is troubling, therefore, that activists in this movement have shown up to counter protest those who believe in rule of law, borders, open government and sovereignty. The brown shirted activists claim they’re there to “protect the children.” Since the group favors open borders and “repopulation” of Atzlan via “migration”, there’s no legal or illegal immigration, sovereignty or borders.
In short, they’re there to make sure protesters don’t block the roads to buses filled with illegal aliens from Central America as they successfully did on July 4th. I talked with a pleasant enough member of this group at the Murrieta protest on July 7th. Oddly, the man, whose uniform matched those of others in attendance, claimed to be there independently and not as part of a group. I tried to get details on the group of which he is obviously a part. At one point he pretended not to understand what I was saying. You say La Raza, I say La Raza. You say superiority, I say raaaaaaacist. http://youtu.be/B6SURduVoKM