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Jose Angel Gutierrez is an evil racist. Where’s the outrage?

Tuesday, October 17th, 2006

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Jose Angel Gutierrez, professor at University of Texas, Arlington and founder of La Raza Unida political party stated: “We have an aging white America. . . . They are dying. . . . They are ******** in their pants with fear! I love it!” “We have got to eliminate the gringo, and what I mean by that is if the worst comes to the worst, we have got to kill him.

And since 1970, he has professed, “Our devil has pale skin and blue eyes.”


What an evil turd. Here’s a video of him talking as well as other racist latino devils. I feel sorry for other hispanics, who are normal and not racist and are here illegally, to be even the same race as this evil piece of mung.

Armando Navarro, Professor of UC Riverside calls for “Artillery” to attack Americans… why isn’t this racist turd in jail, either?

Racist Joe Baca, CA State Senator, states that he is happy there are so many latinos out in the crowd. He then says, “We’re in a civil war.”

YouTube temporarily blocks conservative video ad

Sunday, October 15th, 2006

World Net Daily points out how YouTube temporarily blocked an anti-Clinton adminsitration ad by using a warning, even though there wasn’t anything close to being offensive in regards to sexual, violent or explicit content on it.

They have also banned conservative videos, videos critical of Islam, and videos by Michelle Malkin.

And now they’ve been aquired by Google, an organization that has given overwelmingly to liberals.

Google has also refused to remove a blog on its blogger.com site, that advocates man/boy love, run by predators and perverts.

Robert Cox of the Examiner points out how many social networking and search sites–technorati, google, youtube, six apart, rss and podcasting–are all owned by liberals and this may become troublesome to conservatives’ freedom of speech. Michelle Malkin was recently threatened with a deleted account because her videos were deemed “offensive” for being conservative by YouTube.com.

So if you upload a video of American soldiers being killed, don’t worry; but if you stray from the lockstep liberal orthodoxy and make a conservative video, then watch out–that’s just too much common sense.

Pro-Illegals Violently Threaten Peaceful Speaker; L.A. Times Columnist Cheers

Sunday, October 15th, 2006

Michelle Malkin has pointed out how leftists stormed the stage and prevented the Minutemen Founder and others from speaking at Columbia University. Now World Net Daily reports how the leftists and pro-illegals actually called the Black Minuteman speaker the “n” word. Not surprising, actually.

During the attempted speech, Minutemen member Marvin Stewart was harassed and called the “n” word by the pro-illegals. Just more violent, liberal, anti-political speech threats.

Socialists and pro-illegals hate freedom of political speech. Here they storm the stage against a mainstream, American specker, calling the black speaker the “n” word. WND Photo.

Michelle Malkin recently points to a blog by Patterico pointing out how L.A. Times columnist actually condoned the violence against freedom of political speech, speech which most mainstream American support. The columnist, Meghan Dahm, wrote:

THE EVENTS at Columbia University on Oct. 4, in which about a dozen students stormed a stage where the founder of an anti-illegal immigration group was speaking, didn’t exactly resemble those of April 1968. There were no arrests, no soundtrack by the Grateful Dead, no occupation of the president’s office. But considering that most young people are considered to be politically apathetic, you have to credit the Chicano Caucus and the International Socialist Organization for trying.

Patterico points out how Daum is fully aware of the violence of the thugs:

Protesters later said Gilchrist was knocked backward and his glasses were broken. The student newspaper, the Columbia Spectator, reported that “one student was kicked in the head and bleeding.”

And she still gives them a “good grade” for trying:

Still, I’ll give them an A (OK, maybe a B+) for trying.

Patterico then points how she tries to defend her stance by calling a former terrorist Mark Rudd, the founder of the Students for a Democractic Society. He later was a member of the radical Weather Underground and went into hiding from 1970 to 1977 after being involved with making bombs to attack the United States.

So Daum defends attacking freedom of political speech by using violence then defends her stance by talking to a former terrorist who planned attacks against United States citizens. The illegals and their supporters are not for American values like freedom of political speech.

What an idiot. You can write Meghan Dahm at mdaum@latimescolumnists.com.

Ruben Navarrette compares lawful people to Nazis. Oh, the irony.

Thursday, October 12th, 2006
  • “Good enough for the Nazis, good enough for the Minutemen” –quote by insanely stupid and racist Ruben Navarrette.

Can someone please cue the sound “duh duh duuuuh” from the show “Mind of Mencia”?

What do you do when you when you can’t argue against someone’s point rationally?  You compare then to Nazis. When all else fails, the feeble-minded screech “Nazi!” even when there are no genocide supporters, no anti-Semites, no delusional racists who want to invade Poland.

That’s exactly what Ruben Navarrette Jr., “member of the editorial board of the San Diego Union-Tribune and a nationally syndicated columnist” did, in a recent column on CNN.com titled, “Minutemen have a right to be idiotic.” Hmm, let’s see, there’s so many fallacies in this poor excuse of an editorial.

First the Nazi comparison. It’s inappropriate for him to compare the Minutemen to Nazis, obviously. Anyone with an IQ higher than 40 should see that. He mentions that according to the Southern Poverty Law Center that there are a few people in the Minutemen that are members of hate groups. But according to the Minutemen’s official policies and web site, they do not accept racists. They have members from many ethnicities, and recently were featured alongside a group of black activists. The inappropriate Nazi analogy is disgusting and sick.

He compares the Minuteman’s founder speech being curtailed by left wing activists (against freedom of political speech) at Columbia University recently as being similiar to a situation a few decades ago where Jews protested a Nazi march. That is a wholly inaccurate and offensive analogy. Navarrette states, “Good enough for the Nazis, good enough for the Minutemen.” But these left wing loonies were arguing against a mainstream, common sense point for supporting a law, not Nazis.

And excuse me, Ruben. Some of my ancestors were German Jews. The Minutemen are not Nazis. Calling them that lowers the debate and takes any credibility your silly little simpleton mind had to begin with. The Minutemen are trying to uphold a common sense law to prevent the invasion of people from another country illegally, many of whom cost us millions of dollars a year in costs, raise the crime rate, overcrowd our streets and cause even more environmental destruction and urban sprawl and generally lower the quality of life.

Ironically, the only racists here are many of the pro-illegal immigration supporters. They want people to be able to skip ahead of the line simply because of their ethnicity and race. One of the pro-illegal groups are called, “La Raza,” meaning, “the race.” They have hate signs proclaiming people “stole their land” even though they came from Spain. Some hispanics want other hispanics to be able to skip ahead of people of other ethnicities–say, India for example, many of whom are doctors and engineers. To let people skip ahead because of race is racism, and it’s also supporting by definition a criminal act. A person who would defy the law like this I do not want in my country. I have many Hispanic friends, all here legally: Cuban, Mexican, whatever. But illegal immigration is a huge problem and you don’t fix it by just making it worse (letting everyone in).

Speaking of Nazis, the only marches that could be compared to Nazi marches are the pro-illegal rallies a few months ago. Here’s a few quotes, but you can see more here where I quote quite a few of the anti-Semitic, racist remarks by the slow-minded, racist and insane La Raza. They are all taken from an editorial from La Raza, which sounds an awful lot like a pre-WWII hysterical Hitler machinating about Jews and their money:

“School board Jews like Julie Korenstein, Marlene Canter, David Tokofsky, Jon Lauritzen and Mike Lansing are just enriching themselves and their cronies through crooked deals involving school construction projects, and contracts with so called consultants and vendors.”

“La Raza’s battle for the 20th Senate District is a perfect example of how the Jews will fight tooth and nail to maintain their dominance in state government.”

“The Jews of California, about 3% of the state’s population, have an overwhelming and disproportionate share of the state’s wealth which they utilize effectively to wield immense influence on the state’s political apparatus principally through dominance of the Democratic Party. Both U.S Senators of the state are ladies of Jewish descent and there is no sector of California society, either private or public, in which Jews are not significant policy makers.”

“The 20th Senate District was one in transition where Mexicanos were barely outnumbering Jews. The race became wide open when Herschel Rosenthall, a Jew, could not run for re-election because of term limits. A very popular Mexicano by the name of Richard Alarcon, then a Los Angeles City Councilman, decided to challenge the Jewish domination of the senate district by declaring himself a candidate against the Jew Richard Katz . He won by a mere 29 votes but the bloody battle between the Jews and La Raza left a bitter aftermath that has had negative repercussions to this day.”

“The Jews are sore losers and they did not take the defeat graciously.”

“The battle for the 20th Senate District in California should provide a very valuable lesson for La Raza. In our political struggle for self-determination, we can not assume the certain groups will be our friends. Jews have catered for our vote in the past but when it comes our turn to share in real political power, they will turn their face and become our enemies.”

“…Jewish run American Civil Liberties Union(ACLU) which is led in southern California by a Jewish lady by the name of Ramona Ripston. Soon, with the guidance and funding of Jews, he became and Assemblyperson and eventually the Speaker of the State Assembly.”

“…He was merely a “puppet” of Jewish interests in the Assembly.”

“A case in point is his relationship with Jews Ron Unz and Bob Hertzberg. Ron Unz is the wealthy Jewish Mogul who funded the successful passage of the anti-Bilingual Initiative that outlawed Spanish/English bilingual education in California’s public schools.”

“Another example of Villargairosa’s Jewish collusion is his selling-out of the Assembly Speakership to Bob Hertzberg. Bob Hertzburg is a Jewish Assemblyman that represents Assembly District 40.”

“Our increasing population and voting strength will, in the near future, collide with the interests of the Jews in Alta California, and for that matter, in the other regions of Aztlan. Our increasing ties with our brothers and sisters in Mexico will also present a challenge for the American Jewish community.” 

La Raza: they invade a country then blame all their problems on the Jews. Sound familiar?

You can write Mr. Nazi at ruben.navarrette@uniontrib.com.

Moron of the Moment: Kevin Barrett

Thursday, October 12th, 2006

“Hitler had a good 20 to 30 IQ points on Bush, so comparing Bush to Hitler would in many ways be an insult to Hitler.” 

–University of Wisconsin-Madison instructor and 9-11 conspiracy theorist Kevin Barrett

Source: CNN 

Richard Cohen Experiences Leftist Intolerance

Tuesday, May 9th, 2006

You think Colbert’s not funny? Watch out! The crazy e-mailers are at it again. Richard Cohen finally knows what it’s like tobe attacked for straying from the leftist lockstep orthodoxy:

Two weeks ago I wrote about Al Gore’s new movie on global warming. I liked the film. In response, I instantly got more than 1,000 e-mails, most of them praising Gore, some calling him the usual names and some concluding there was no such thing as global warming, if only because Gore said there was. I put the messages aside for a slow day, when I would answer them. Then I wrote about Stephen Colbert and his unfunny performance at the White House correspondents’ dinner.

Kapow! Within a day, I got more than 2,000 e-mails. A day later, I got 1,000 more. By the fourth day, the number had reached 3,499 — a figure that does not include the usual offers of nubile Russian women or loot from African dictators. The Colbert messages began with Patrick Manley (“You wouldn’t know funny if it slapped you in the face”) and ended with Ron (“Colbert ROCKS, you MURDER”) who was so proud of his thought that he copied countless others. Ron, you’re a genius.

I’ve experienced similiar knee-jerk reactions in some classes while obtaining my Journalism Master’s. For example, one student who never could complete a sentence without staring into space (LSD much?) decided to do her story on ghosts in an alleged haunted house. No one criticized her, since she was just wanting to write about ghosts. The only person that did was a more-tolerant liberal who pointed out that people pretend to see “glowing orbs” in photographs.

Another student decided to write her story about astripper who had had two abortions and was about to have another but decided against it, became a Christian, got a steady man in her life, and now volunteers at a crisis pregnancy center. The ghost-storystudent loudly said, “This isn’t going to be a Jesus saves story is it!” When I said I might write my story about the faith-based prison initiative in Florida, the same student yelled, “Uh! That is such crap!” This same woman believes in shamans and Taoism.

If you are pro-life, or even have problems with late-term abortions, against killing of the disabled newborns (or any newborns for that matter), against gay marriage, for traditional values, against porn (or even just extreme porn), for a strong national defense, against illegal immigration, then watch out: leftists can’t argue against you using reason, so they will rely on fallacies and name-calling.

HotAir links and so does Michelle Malkin with “Welcome to Our World

Susana De Leon is a Racist

Thursday, May 4th, 2006

Wow.? Does the pro-illegal racism get any worse? According to news station KSTP,

Comments a University of Minnesota instructor made at a rally are causing controversy about what is and is not considered racist.

Susana De Leon, an activist and part-time instructor of Mexican-American studies, was involved in a verbal confrontation at the rally in Owatonna.

“Yes, people from Europe are wet backs man… their backs so wet because they had to cross an ocean to get here,” De Leon said at the rally.

De Leon is also an immigration attorney who led the rally in Owatonna.

She added that it is not possible for minorities to be racist against white people.

Wow, what an ignorant racist. It is possible to be racist against any race, including European Americans, and to deny this is ignorant. And no, I did not swim across the Atlantic, my ancestors sailed across because they were cultured unlike primitive De Leon. Some of my ancestors were Mennonites, pacifists that travelled here peacefully to escape persecution from Europe. And aren’t many of these pro-illegals’ ancestors from Spain?

Anyway, De Leon has worked with groups such as La Raza Student Cultural Center (La Raza, “the race,” a racist pro-illegal immigration group that advocates “taking back” portions of Southwestern states), and spoken with politicians such as “Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak, U.S. Senator Mark Dayton, U.S. Senator Norm Coleman, and city and state elected officials,” according to this page.

Michelle Malkin has more.

May Day for Che

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2006

Lou Dobbs points out the leftist movement within the pro-illegal immigration marches:

Just how significant is the impact of leftists within the illegal immigration movement? It is no accident that they chose May 1 as their day of demonstration and boycott. It is the worldwide day of commemorative demonstrations by various socialist, communist, and even anarchic organizations.

These are some pictures you won’t see on the mainstream media outlets. Here’s a sample linked by Michelle Malkin to Creative Flashes gallery of some pro-illegal anti-border leftists:

Che: Murderer of many, hero to the sheeple.

These “radical women” hate national sovereignty. Radical!? Tubular!

The Non Sequitur fallacy: Latin for “it does not follow.” One world government will not solve the problem of war or bloodshed.

Red Herring fallacy: a distractor that draws attention away from the real issue; the fallacy of irrelevance.

Give… me… a… break.

Protest Warrior Chicago also has some “ugly, American flag-trashing advocates” as Michelle Malkins rightly calls them.

If he hates America, why is he here?

Che: Killer of human beings, hero to the sheeple.

Sharkjumper has some more pics of the Reconquista in Albuquerque:


More Che

Freeman Hunt has photos of a Springdale, Arkansas pro-illegal immigrant rally:

Check out the militant shield… hypocritical and racist.

Slapstick Politics sums up their ridiculous, anti-national sovereignty slogans:

Republican bashing at its… finest.

Maybe they might win an election then.

Credit: Pete W. via michellemalkin.com.

So they wore white to symbolize peace but carry this sign:

Also Jim Hoft has some video of pro-illegal immigration violence.

Related: Hateful, Racist Vitriole from the Pro-Illegal Immigration Protests

Pro-Abortion Attack on Peaceful Pro-Life Protestor

Sunday, April 30th, 2006

From ProLifeBlogs, another example of pro-abortion intolerance towards the standing up for innocent human beings:

Rose Mawhorter was viciously assaulted while protesting abortion across the street from Vancouver’s most notorious abortion clinic. Although the story was covered by LifeSiteNews a few days after the April 7 incident, Rose has just released a video of the attack (warning – explicit language).

Just another example of liberal tolerance, right?

V for Vendetta: Imaginary Dictatorships and Fake Bravery, Victimhood

Wednesday, April 26th, 2006

“Blowing up a building can change the world” –V for Vendetta

V for Vendetta is not a bad movie in itself. If you watch the context of the movie, V is simply defending himself against a dictatorship, which definitely could be argued for. There are some true evil villains in the movie, like the perverted priest.

But V for Vendetta was not made in a complete vacuum, separate from our real world; in fact, many of the people involved with the project compare the movie to the current world. The dictatorship is run by “arch-conservatives,” and their symbol looks a lot like the Christian Cross, except an extra horizontal line (perhaps to throw people off?).

MTV.com has more with Hugo Weaving, the star who plays V (and also Mr. Smith in the Matrix), producer Joel Silver, and the director:

“This government is Stalin’s Russia, or Hitler’s Germany, or Franco’s Spain,” Silver says. Filmgoers, however, might be forgiven for asking  in light of the script’s ominous talk of “rendition” and a protracted war on terror whether the filmmakers also take aim at America under George W. Bush.

“I would say so,” says Hugo Weaving (“The Matrix,” “The Lord of the Rings”), who brings V’s emotions to life in the film, despite acting the entire time behind a coldly grinning mask.

“The term ‘terrorist’ is the kind of label we stick on people when we don’t want to understand why they’re doing things,” Weaving says.

“One man’s terrorist,” adds Silver, “is another man’s freedom fighter.”

According to director James McTeigue, “It depends on the regime you’re fighting against. It depends on whether you consider the founding fathers of America terrorists. Or Nelson Mandela. Or Che Guevara.”

Right. America’s founding fathers did not go around blowing up marketplaces, beheading innocent civilians (or soldiers); they didn’t call for assassination of people just because of a political opinion or cartoon. They didn’t protest by bombing groups of shoppers; they threw tea into the Boston Harbor. Mandela did not rape or “honor kill” women, and he did not walk into a disco or pizza place with a bomb belt on. And yes, Che Guevera was a terrorist (he murdered innocent people). In fact, Che was a totalitarian, the very type of person V is supposed to be against.

Some reviews have been more based on common sense, given the implied connections to our world. The New Yorker’s David Denby called V for Vendetta “a dunderheaded pop fantasia that celebrates terrorism and destruction.” Time writer Lev Grossman asked, “Who thought this was a good idea?” Kurd Loder called these reviews “grumpy.”

But Loder has more about the awkward (and imaginary and totally ridiculous I might add) Bush parallels:

In adapting his story, which was written back in the 1980s, the Wachowski Brothers have awkwardly imposed upon it a very contemporary, Hollywood-style anti-Bush agenda. There’s nothing wrong with doing this, of course ? millions may cheer. But the attempted visual link at one point between the Bush and the Nazi eras, and the Red State-baiting observation (not present in Moore’s original story) that the dictator Sutler started out as a devoutly religious conservative, are strained and ungainly. As Moore suggests in his interview, if the Wachowskis had had the courage of their convictions, they would have relocated the story to this country and mounted a full-frontal assault on their target. That would have been honest, at least.

The very attractive but disappointing Natalie Portman also defends the movie, asking “how do we define terrorism?” She seems to be on for the ride but at least not as nutty as Weaving.

What this is all about: The politics of victimhood and imaginary dictatorships

The parrallels to the Bush administration are ridiculous. Bush is not Hitler or Mussolini or Stalin. In America, you can protest, practice free speech, assemble and make an idiot out of yourself all you want. It’s offensive and disgusting to attempt to make such a correlation between the Nazi regime and people who believe in a higher power or like traditional values. I am sad at the loss of innocent life from the Iraq War, but the answer is not to defend killing of innocent civilians in Western countries: in fact, it’s evil. But Bush-bashing and comparing conservatives to fascists is not the only ignorant aspect of this movie. It’s just another example of the politics of victimhood.

It’s strange, but when real victims, like those of terrorism, or those of the perverted NAMBLA organization, are hurt, often leftists don’t rally around the victims for justice like conservatives do, but instead defend the perpetrator of the crime. They defend the terrorists, and they defend the criminal perverts (like ACLU did with NAMBLA, a criminal organization that advocates relations between adult men and boys).

Leftists also like to think of themselves as “overcoming oppression,” but without all the hard work of being under actual oppression to begin with. They also like to portray themselves as “brave,” but without offending anyone that would actually consider harming them for an opinion. Making a movie that bashes conservatives and compares them to fascists is not brave: in Hollywood, that’s called the status quo.

What is truly courageous? Making a documentary about a subject that can get you threatened (or killed, sadly), like Theo Van Gogh’s documentary about the oppression of women in Islam. He was shot and stabbed by an Islamic terrorist. Meanwhile, Hollywood’s leftist elite have not commented much on this horrific tragedy. Perhaps Hollywood could make a movie that portrays people living in fear of terrorism instead of fear of imaginary dictatorships: this would be based on reality. Instead, Hollywood makes movies about imaginary dictatorships to defend in real life the same method real fascists use today to intimidate people–killing innocent civilians.


Here’s a mini-documentary about V for Vendetta. The YouTube.com version is online. It illustrates the insanity of defending terrorism and refusing to call the killers of innocent civilians “terrorists.” Please be aware that there is some disturbing footage of a crowd beating a “western sympathizer” and explosions of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. They are not for entertainment, which would be evil, but to show the true evil of killing innocent civilians. It talks about “living in fear,” but the actors and producers fail to realize that people live in fear of terrorism, not the fear of dictatorships. The only fascism that is real today is the fascism of terrorists.