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Villaraigosa mayor of Los Angeles as whites fell below 31 percent: Terminator's boss is happy: why

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posted on May, 18 2005 @ 06:49 AM
Villaraigosa mayor of US second largest city as whites fell below 31 percent - why the Terminator's boss doesn't worry

With 70 percent of precincts reporting, Villaraigosa had 202,861 votes, or 59 percent, to 140,416 votes for Hahn, or 41 percent.
The runoff between the two Democrats was a rematch of the 2001 election, in which Hahn rallied to defeat Villaraigosa and win his first term. But Villaraigosa came back strong this year, nearly ousting Hahn in the March primary.
Villaraigosa, 52, positioned himself as a unity candidate who would bridge racial and ethnic groups in a city that is 48 percent Hispanic, 31 percent white, 11 percent Asian and 10 percent black.
Associated Press

One of the illuminati basic weapons is using ethnic minorities, since one of the fundamental laws of "civilization" is that civil wars will start ALWAYS first along ethnic lines, if any significant ethnic minorities exist.

To understand this all you need is to look at how they draw the lines of their colonies, later to become "independent".

So one of the basic questions that the sheeple should have asked before being boarded to the slaughter, should have been:
- why are the illuminati doing their best to make sure ethnic minorities grow as fast as possible in their empire?


posted on May, 18 2005 @ 10:29 AM

civil wars will start ALWAYS first along ethnic lines,

The American and English Civil Wars did not start along ethnic lines. The Revolutions in France didn't start along ethnic lines. The further back in history, the more the 'ethnene' is a tribal-political group, and the more true that statement becomes. Even the Russian Revolution tho, as far as I understand it, wasn't an ethinic matter.

I'd agree that stuff like the Roman Social Wars were 'ethnic', but then again back then every town was its own ethnicity, and even then not all of the major parts of the revolting ethnicities revolted.

posted on May, 18 2005 @ 10:35 AM
Bah. Both candidates sucked. Voter turnout was very low because no one really felt that there was any difference between the two. That's the way "they" consolidate their power - they put up such weak candidates that people don't feel the desire to vote.


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