Have you ever been to Aztlan? Me neither. But, I have been to California, Arizona, New Mexico and most of the other states that comprise the pretend-land that exists only in the deluded minds of Mexicans, who believe, and say out loud (or think to themselves): “If you don’t like our people, get off our land!”
Good luck with that.
In an article yesterday, entitled, “Wisconsin Department Of Education: White Students Should Wear ‘White Privilege’ Wristbands,” I referenced the upcoming White Privilege Conference, which is part of a larger effort ostensibly designed to create awareness among white high school students of the “unfair privileges” they enjoy – simply by being born white.
In reality, it’s about instilling guilt among white students – with the added side “benefit” of building resentment against white Americans among people of color.
Speaking of resentment among people of color, a federal appeals judge last week upheld a 2010 Arizona state law that prohibits school districts from offering coursework that endorses the overthrow of the United States government or stokes resentment toward “a race or class of people.”
From The Daily Caller:
The ruling stems from a case concerning a school district’s intervention to forcibly alter coursework in a controversial Mexican-American studies program in Tucson schools. The highly race-conscious program taught history, civics and literature from a pointedly Mexican-American vantage point.
The judge agreed with a prior evidentiary finding by an administrative law judge that the program contained “classes or courses designed for Latinos as a group” and promoted “racial resentment against ‘Whites.’”
The relevant sections of the contested law, commonly known among locals as House Bill 2281, forbid Arizona school districts and charter schools from:
1. Promoting the overthrow of the United States government.
2. Promoting resentment toward a race or class of people.
3. Designing courses primarily for pupils of a particular ethnic group.
4. Advocating ethnic solidarity instead of the treatment of pupils as individuals.
Wrap your head around all of this for just a moment. A federal judge was necessary to determine that American schools should not promote the overthrow of the United States government, nor advocate for ethnic solidarity by one race against another. Who the hell are we, immediate post-WWII Germany?
Can you imagine a course being taught in Mexico advocating for the overthrow of the Mexican government, let alone promoting white solidarity?
It’s my fear that too many of us shrug off the subversive efforts of the left to undermine all that we stand for – everything that made America, America – foolishly believing that, a: they’ll never succeed, and, b: if they ever get close to succeeding, we’ll deal with them “when the time comes.” This is a fool’s game:
“He alone who owns the youth, gains the future.” – Adolph Hitler
“Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted.” – Vladimir Lenin
“America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.” – Abraham Lincoln
Make no mistake; there is a concerted effort underway to destroy America as we know it.
As most of you know, I don’t subscribe to the whole “New World Order,” “one-world-government,” grand global conspiracy thing, but I do believe this: Academia, the liberal media, large unions – including the NEA – and the George Soros crowd are on a like-minded (and most likely, coordinated) mission to destroy the America we love. To believe otherwise is not only naive – it is dangerous.
Anyway, for Mexicans confused as to the location of the U.S. border, here’s a little geography refresher:
Entender el mapa, mis amigos?
Now, if we could only get a federal judge to rule against white Americans conducting programs promoting resentment against themselves.