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La Raza Mexicans Invade Texas Townhall

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posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 02:25 AM
Wanna have a town hall meeting about the health care bill? Yep, go right ahead and see who has something to say about it outside.

The action begins two minutes in. The agenda of these hostile immigrants is made explicit. Kudos to the Texas cops for handling this so well, not over-reacting yet keeping the peace and avoiding a riot.

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 02:35 AM
I see no innocents in that video.
Lots of people guilty of instigating.
On both sides.

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 02:57 AM

Originally posted by LadySkadi
I see no innocents in that video.
Lots of people guilty of instigating.

I don't believe you.

Please take the time to highlight the incidents where pale-skinned Caucasians engaged in provocative behaviour.

Crop a few frames and use mspaint to circle the offenders.

The browner people are quite obvious in the provocations, but the whiter people; they're just standing around being white and patriotic (I know, it is horrible)...

[edit on 23-4-2010 by Exuberant1]

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 02:58 AM
TA, very good video
and directly to the point

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 03:06 AM
Not to potentially create a poopstorm here on this subject or anything, but my take on (I try and and look at things from as many different perspectives as possible.)

One: Lots of provocating on both sides.

Two: La Raza and Reconquistas have become a thinly veiled hispanic separatist group.

Three: The US really did violate the treaty of Guadelupe Hidalgo when they sought to militarise the border after NAFTA overexacerbated the immigration flap. We wouldn't have the problem wee have now had NAFTA not been passed.

Four: The Mexican government violated the treaty of Guadelupe Hidalgo when they failed to reign in their drug cartels (before the American Iron Curtain and immigration militarisation) to run roughshod across the border with guns, drugs andf money flowing both ways.

Five: The MExican Government and the American Government are complicit in these affairs, from NAFTA to the drug cartels and the government sponsiship on BOTH sides of the border which has been unwritten policy for decades. So, as far as who legally has claim to that land? Neither of them at the moment. Both sides violated the treaty.

Six: Americans and Mexicans are not making things better by adopting racist, supremacist, or separatist ideals. It doesn't matter whether someone is a "wetback" or a "honky." Those are just stupid, ignorant words and everybody bleeds red, and everybody loves to get hugs from their grandmother. Human is human.

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 03:25 AM

Originally posted by LadySkadi
I see no innocents in that video.
Lots of people guilty of instigating.
On both sides.

I think you need to watch that video again. The white guy by the van was clearly protesting ILLEGAL immigration- but just by the signs on his car. He wasn't harassing anyone. The little Mexican dude came up to him and started harassing HIM, to the point the white guy called the video dude over saying "hey video, I'm fixing to be attacked". And then as soon as the camera came their way, the Mexican dude turned away saying "Why you wanna film me man???".

If sitting by your car with a sign protesting illegal immigration is instigating, then I have no further words for you, Skadi. The guy was fixing to get jumped on by the Mexican, with all his buddies watching in the background.

I disagree with your comments 100% in this case.

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 03:47 AM
This is how it started in Kosovo. Albanian flags instead of Yugoslav...

Of course, Yugoslavia was torn down by gang wars.

And the UN, the so called International Community, confirmed it by bombing Serbia.

Interesting development.

There was a sign saying USA IS NOT A SOCIAL PROGRAM. Actually, USA is a social EXPERIMENT. But, since the pre-staged experiment in Yugoslavia went so well, I think the course has already been taken and the outcome is predictable.

And "political correctness" can hardly be called an argument here...

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 03:57 AM
reply to post by TrueAmerican

lmao.. I've seen this video (last year) before.. still wish someone woulda clocked that retarded little mexican gangsta in the head, racist scum.

I still see no one doing anything about illegal immigration .. even when we were loosing jobs by the thousands every week, no one gave a damn that there were millions of jobs being consumed by people who don't even have a right to be here.

That's Fascism for you. Screw the people, protect the corporations.

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 04:01 AM

Originally posted by Rockpuck
I still see no one doing anything about illegal immigration ..

Well, I wouldn't quite go that far- all you had to do was look at my sig...

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 04:03 AM
reply to post by TrueAmerican

It won't stand.. the "Latino" community in Arizona is to big.. the bill will, at some stage, get shot down.

If not, then good for Arizona.. hopefully other states will follow suite and kick them out of our country.

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 04:09 AM
link group/1

Look at this. It says it's "drug related". Is it really?

Among the people abducted: three men who registered at the Holiday Inn as businessmen from Mexico City, and a woman registered from McAllen, Texas, across the border, according to the AP's story. It's presumed to be the latest sign of drug-related violence in Mexico, the reports say.

A month ago some Americans (consular staff) were murdered in Mexico, while driving their (Japanese) cars. Also drug related?

In another article about this event it says:

Mexican media said up to 50 hooded gunmen arrived in a convoy and burst into the downtown Holiday Inn, seizing guests and employees.

50 gunmen!

Monterrey's mayor, Fernando Larrazabal, said police had trouble reaching the scene because the attackers commandeered cars and used them to block surrounding streets. Larrazabal told a radio interviewer that the kidnappers had disappeared in less than 20 minutes.


Of course, when it comes to American citizen abducted, there is DENIAL.< br />
[the link didn't work, try Google, "Sky" article with title "Gunmen Storm Mexico Hotel: Six Kidnapped"]

The kidnapped guests were three males who registered as businessmen from Mexico City. The fourth registered as a woman from Reynosa on the border with Texas. The US consulate in Monterrey has denied media reports that an American woman was among the kidnapped.

American official policy is to deny there is a problem with Mexicans...

Frankly, I don't think this is only about drugs. Drugs are being used to acquire money for secessionist movement in Southern USA and, possibly, Northern Mexico.

"Organized crime" - just a politically correct name for separatists.

[edit on 23-4-2010 by DangerDeath]

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 06:08 AM

what a punk. haha. i could stick that kid in my eye and it wouldnt water. i see this crap almost daily in cali.

can almost garuntee those were surenos. if u call them scrapas, steam shoots out of their ears.

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 06:21 AM
reply to post by RowdyRhodie

the problem with your arguement, is its one sided.

there are no americans illegally crossing and flooding into mexico.

so how are both sides provoking each other? i dont see a bunch of texans going to the juarez townhall meeting saying mexico belongs to america.

so if a person waltz's into your house and sits on your couch, i suppose throwing him out or calling the police would just be instigating then right?

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 06:44 AM
reply to post by LurkerMan

Right. They're as large numbers as they are coming over here. I've crossed over into Mexico before and come back without ever going through an official border crossing....just to see if it could be done. So, at least one American citizen has, even if I am naturalised.

Also, Americans have been more concerned with the job losses here and trying to regain our former industrial status after NAFTA gutted it and sent a lot of the work south to Mexico (among a lot of other third world countires, which has resulted in American corporations and foreign corporations with home offices located in the US committing economic exploitation on the grandest scale in modern human history) where they are paid low wages even by Mexican standards...The Mexicans responded differently than the Americans in a similar predicament...They went to where work WAS rahter than trying to make a change at home (there are a lot of MExicans that DON'T immigrate here who ARE working to change the situation down there FROM there)...that is in NO WAY a justification of it, just pointing out facts. That, and they have been a migratory culture since even before the Mexican American War. Migration and Nomadism have always been looked at derogatorily in the US....think about how the American hitch-hiking backpacker is looked at today...a dirty bum.

My argument isn't one sided. I'm simply stating that none of the sides currently yammering on about "wetbacks and invasion by illegal immigration" this and "our race/La Raza/reconquista " that are in any way connected to what either side of the debate is really suffering from OR feeling for that matter. That's all. Most of what everyone is suffering from is willful ignorance by simply refusing to look at all sides of an argument and make a blanket "invalidation" based on a difference of opinion of ONE side of an argument.

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 07:04 AM
reply to post by RowdyRhodie

fair enough. but the arguments are still taking place over here.

so i dont see how anybody on this side is at fault(except you), or even needs to understand the situation.

we can sit here and discuss the reason they are here, all day long. it still doesnt change the fact that they are here, and not allowed to be. it also doesnt change the fact that, we are not doing this to them(except you)

so with all do respect, your arguement is one sided. Because the arguement is about them physically being here, not why. Honestly i dont care why. they were here long before nafta.

when they all go back to where they were supposed to be, then we can discuss all these other issues like "why" and "how". But the issue remains....they are I cant comprehend any next step to fixing this violation other than removal.

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 07:16 AM
When all one has is a hammer, then everything tends to start looking like a nail. Wouldn't it be just what Murphy's Law is talking about if we all of a sudden start shipping back Mexicans south and close the borders and then someone nukes the crap out of us and millions are forced to flee south only to be turned away of shot at the border.

Yeah. Mass deportations, straining the already collapsing Mexican gangster government wouldn't possibly start a war with Mexico at all now would it?

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 07:51 AM
La Raza and Reconquistas are well known for sending in out side agitators where they are not wanted or needed just to cause trouble.

I wonder how many were local people or people from other areas that were brought in the cause trouble.

We see in Calif La Raza and Reconquistas bus 100s of people in from other parts of the state to protest.

I have also seen local Mexican Americans get in the faces of the La Raza and Reconquistas agitators because they cause bad feeling amoung the local people causing problems for the local Mexican Americans.

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 07:53 AM
reply to post by RowdyRhodie

first of all, there are more directions than just south.

and second, theres already a war going on in mexico, thats my point. and if you didnt see the video...the general attitude is to just bring everything up here.

but again thats all water under the bridge, because the issue is...they arent allowed to be here.

so...yeah. mass deportations. to balance out an already imbalanced illegal immigration.

you act like there isnt a legal way to become a citizen. and they already have experience so it should be a breeze.

[edit on 23-4-2010 by LurkerMan]

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 10:17 AM
reply to post by TrueAmerican

I hear you, I saw that too. Sure both sides were fired up, but whose country is this, anyway? I know a guy who was arrested for flying a Confederate Stars and Bars flag above the American flag on his flagpole, on his property. So I guess the Mexicans can do this without fear, huh?" target="_blank" class="postlink" rel="nofollow">Vet cuts down Illegal Mexican flag flying above U.S. Flag

Illegal Mexicans Hoist The Mexican Flag Above An Upside-Down American Flag

Let me ask you all something...what do you think would happen if a group of American crossed the border into Mexico illegally, and hoisted our American flag above theirs, which we had turned upside down? I think I can guess what would happen, and so can you all.
The illegals want our country, are we going to let them have it without a fight?
Remember the Alamo

posted on Apr, 23 2010 @ 11:05 AM
how they can be openly seperatist and racist and get away with it is beyond me, then they scream civil rights.. arizona gov.: SIGN THAT BILL!! i dont care if it means civil war down there in AZ, ill raise a militia here and we'll go down there and fight for arizona and america. this is fascism, there is no legislation because the corp. dont want there to be. its disgusting... instead of turning america into mexico, they should turn mexico into america.

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