Monday, May 10, 2010


What happened this week at Klein Collins High School in Spring, Texas went HOG WILD all over the blog-o-sphere.
Apparently the school's phone lines were jammed - imagine that!

If you somehow missed it, or just emerged from a coma, here it is again:

Some have depicted this event as an issue of flag etiquette, i.e.:

United States Code, Title 4, Chapter 1 - the Flag of the United States; Title 36, Chapter 3 - patriotic customs and observances: "No other flag or pennant should be placed above or, if on the same level, to the right of the flag of the United States of America . . ."

Actually, the true significance of this event goes beyond simply flag etiquette.

The pivotal event was not the taking down and trashing of the Mexican Flag by high school student Nick Morris; it was the initial display of the Mexican flag itself that was the flash point.

Before we go any further, let me say once more that I am not a racist. I have no problem with the Latin people; be they Mexican, Central or South American, Spanish, or Portuguese. I speak Spanish, I like the Spanish culture. I especially enjoy the Mexican influence upon the American culture; it is part of what makes us unique. I hope that none of my Latino friends who are reading this misunderstand me; this is not about racism or prejudice against the Latin people - if anything this is the complete opposite.

What happened last week in Spring, Texas goes beyond flag etiquette BECAUSE there are dangerous sentiments growing amongst a significant portion of the Mexican populations living in America - legal AND illegal - that if allowed to fester will lead to the Balkanization of the United States. And we all know what happened in the Balkans.

Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan, or Chicano Student Movement of Aztlan ( MEChA ) is one of the most anti-American groups in the country. MECHa has permeated U.S. campuses since the 1960s, and continues its push to carve a racist nation out of the American West.

"Aztlán" refers to the lands of Northern Mexico that were annexed by the United States as a result of the Mexican-American War. Aztlán has became a symbol for Chicano activists who believe they have a legal and primordial right to the land. In order to exercise this right, some members of the Chicano movement propose that a new nation be created: Republica del Norte.

MEChA and the La Raza movement teach that Colorado, California, Arizona, Texas, Utah, New Mexico, Oregon and parts of Washington State make up an area known as "Aztlan" - a fictional ancestral homeland of the Aztecs before Europeans arrived in North America. As such, it belongs to the followers of MEChA. These are all areas America should surrender to "La Raza" once enough immigrants, legal or illegal, enter to claim a majority, as in Los Angeles. The current borders of the United States will simply be extinguished.

Exclusive: The Truth About 'La Raza'
by Rep. Charlie Norwood (Republican, 9th District of Georgia)

This plan is referred to as the "Reconquista" or reconquest, of the Western U.S.

The Aztlan plan doesn't end with territorial occupation and secession. The final plan for the La Raza movement includes the ethnic cleansing of Americans of European, African, and Asian descent out of "Aztlan".

Miguel Perez of Cal State-Northridge's MEChA chapter has been quoted as saying: "The ultimate ideology is the liberation of Aztlan. Communism would be closest to it. 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."

Do these words read a little too extremist here? OK - lets roll the video:

This is Ron Gochez at a La Raza Rally at UCLA. Gochez is currently a HISTORY teacher at Santee High School in Los Angeles, California.

Here are some buzz-phrases from his hate-speech:

"Where we now stand is stolen, occupied Mexico" . . . "Communist Revolution" . . . "Frail, racist white people" . . . "La Raza" . . . "Fidel Castro" . . . "Northern Front of Latin Revolution" . . . "40 million . . . revolutionaries . . . in the belly of the beast" . . . "Our enemy is Capitalism and Imperialism".

Sedition, anyone?

"We are revolutionary Mexican organization here. We understand that this is not just about Mexico. Its about a global struggle against imperialism and capitalism At the forefront of this revolutionary movement is La Raza. We will no longer fall for these lies called borders. We see America as a northern front of a revolutionary movement. Our enemy is capitalism and imperialism."

Perhaps you find these words a little discomforting, especially coming from a state employee? There is a Santee Falcons Contact Form for Santee High School; Richard J. Chavez is the principal and the main number is 213-763-1000. The LA Unified School District Superintendent is Ramon Cortines and the main number is 213-241-1000.

This state employee's name is Ron Gochez, and I have a personal message for this wannabe revolutionary:

Mr. Gochez - right now you're on MY DIME - I'm a taxpayer and YOU WORK FOR ME. And quite honestly, I don't like what I'm getting for my money when I hear the merde that's coming out of your mouth.

But I'm a fair man. I tell you what - Señor Gochez - you want to put your money where your mouth is? Why don't you go to Cuba, the wonderful revolutionary land of your hero Fidel - I'LL PAY YOUR TICKET. All you have to do is click on the little "email me" link, upper right hand corner of this blog.

It would be my pleasure if El Revolucionario grows a set of cojones and takes me up on my offer.

This post is not about racism, this is about patriotism. Patriotism is love of one's country. This country - OUR COUNTRY - is the United States of America.

We have room and work aplenty for anybody and everybody here - provided you get in line and get yourself vetted like I was when I came to this country; we don't want any criminals or revolutionaries or terrorists, we have enough of our own already, thank you very much. If you want to work, you won't find a better place to make it, anywhere in the world.

If you don't like it here - pack your sh*t and move out.

- Sean Linnane



  1. My little town has only one mexican restaurant. It's called Aztlan. Once I found out what that meant I stopped going there.

  2. You are absolutely correct about Balkanization. That's what cultural diversity brings.

  3. I moved from the Tombstone Arizona area to SoCal about 20 years ago

    Think I'll move back. Same amount of "angry revolutionaries", but at least I can open carry there.

  4. I am sure some history buff could come up with a dozen examples of poor workers, ethnically separate, being the crowbar to pry apart the current empire...

  5. Actually most Mexicans consider themselves white. As do most Cubans, Puerto Ricans, Columbians, etc. The reason why they consider themselves white is because it's pretty much true and a ton of people have white envy so they prefer to think of themselves as white due to our rich history and accomplishments.

    Most people in those countries are of Spanish and Portuguese ancestry - as in from Spain and Portugal which are in Europe for the publicly educated kidz. Real full blooded Native Americans are extremely rare in those countries. They're pretty much just as rare as Native Americans are in our own country - maybe 5% of the population or less.

    So the claims of La Raza types to have ancestral rights to North America are dubious at best. It's a bit like all these leftist white Americans who claim to be part Cherokee or part Apache and therefore they can speak for the Native American community even though they're as pale as snow.

    A lot of people are just ignorant of the physical diversity of Native Europeans. Whites are probably the most diverse race on the planet. Every other race on the planet pretty much has black hair and brown eyes with very few exceptions. Whites on the other hand also have black hair and brown eyes but blonde, red and light brown hair and green and blue eyes as well.

    We also have a wide range of skin tones. In Northern and Western Europe people tend to be extremely fair skinned while Southern and Eastern Europeans tend to have tannish skin. And people who have never traveled to Europe or studied human genetics tend to think anyone who has tannish skin isn't really white. But that's more of a cultural perception than a scientific and historical reality.

    Who is white and who isn't white can get very controversial. But in my opinion, anyone whose ancestors have lived in Europe for thousands of years is white regardless of skin tone. The simple reality is that many Southern Europeans (Italians, Spanish, Greeks, etc) have very tan skin, dark black hair and brown eyes.

    So if opposing illegal immigration from Mexico and opposing Mexican nationalism within America is racist then it's racism from the majority of Americans who are of German and British ancestry against fellow Europeans of Spanish and Portuguese ancestry. Not exactly the "white vs brown" scenario that the left is trying to push.

    And of course it isn't just German and British white Americans that are opposed to illegal immigration from Mexico and Mexican nationalism within America. A majority of every demographic group is opposed to it. Even most Hispanics and Democraps and even LIBERALS are opposed to it believe it or not.

    This has more to do with nationalism, job security and safety than it does with race. How would the Mexicans feel if 20 million Americans snuck into Mexico, started stealing tens of millions of Mexican jobs and billions upon billions of dollars out of the Mexican economy? And what if we started flying American flags out of our trucks and hung American flags all over our public schools and demanded Mexican schools and police speak English?

    And on the matter of national security, hundreds if not thousands of islamic jihadists are sneaking into America across the U.S. / Mexican border and creating sleeper cells. Organized crime gangs and mafias are also invading our cities and neighborhoods. My own best friend was murdered by illegal immigrants from Mexico 3 years ago.

    So this isn't merely a political debate to some of us. But rather an effort to prevent the harm of more innocent Americans both financially, culturally and physically. Good on you for pushing aside the political correctness and exposing what these hispanic nationalists really believe.

  6. Nothing against the article, but I disagree with a couple of points to some extenct. I’m probably a minority though, lol. Thanks for sharing.
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