L.A. Teacher Calls for Mexican Revolt in the U.S.

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posted on May, 9 2010 @ 09:39 PM
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I believe in erecting high walls with HUGE fences. I don't want walls so high that we only trap ourselves in. I believe that is a mistake. But laws must be respected. And threats by the likes of La Raza who think they speak for people like me are not welcome.

You don't yell fire in a movie theatre right? So why should we accept threats by a radical organization bent on the reconquering of half our nation?

I have a lot of patience for a lot of crap but I have my limits.

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posted on May, 9 2010 @ 09:51 PM
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You know what I like about Castro....

He was a REAL CUBANO, he might have been a socialist Ahole but that was only later when Che's influence took it's toll. He was scheduled to have democratic elections but then he went social.

But what I really, really like about him is he saw a problem and he did something about it. He fought for what he believed in and kicked butt getting it. There was not one single Cuban Except the rich that were not cheering in the streets when the Revolution was won.

Castro did not high tail it to another country, suck up until he got citizenship and them Bad moth people who fight in their own country for what they believe in with pretty rhetoric.

Your submissive words might get an eye batting of love from most Americans on ATS, but they don't work on me pal.




posted on May, 9 2010 @ 09:59 PM
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I like the English language. I tend to use as much of it's poetic potential as I am capable of.

Like it or not, I believe in the Constitution and in doing things by the book. I brought up Moral law as that is the only law government can legitimately enforce(and yet does not).
Greece, is an unfortunate situation, but it is a product of 50 years of people demanding the comforts of life without giving the hardwork.



posted on May, 9 2010 @ 10:07 PM
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I am beginning to think the Constitution "may" be one of our problems.

I think you may like this video of where my awakening to freedom has led me.

Hopefully this movement will work, maybe it won't. But freedom to enslave ourselves is just that, enslavement. We have to take care of our current slave masters turning into the next slave master.

The video is about an hour. But it does open a few more questions to the paradigm in the world.

Hope you enjoy.

Are you a citizen and is there a legal government?

The video from the thread on this link-Homeland Stupidity Mark Stevens Delusions

Here is a vid on YT that is from another of his lectures-





posted on May, 9 2010 @ 10:14 PM
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Rioting is just like a petulant child's temper tantrum.

It serves no purpose.

Our country's sadistic and corrupt government knows full well that we are pissed.

And sorry, I have talked with several sheriffs and other members of the gestapo you bring up.

Yes, those that have lost their individual minds and have gone to the group think have become tyrants.

Calling for a riot is idiotic and ignorant. Where besides full out revolution, has violence solved anything? No where, it only creates more control measures, more gestapo tactics, more problems.

No, Art of War is the way. First you tell them things are going to change. Second you show them the change. Third, you make it happen.

There is no throwing hissy fits.

Seems to me you want riots. Are you attempting to subvert a true Renaissance? That is what normal CIP do or people that do not understand the intricacies of debate and change.



posted on May, 9 2010 @ 10:17 PM
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It matters not how much you believe in the US Constitution. It's bill of rights no longer applies to it's citizens.

BTW I just have to show you this video, because Cubans are a most remarkable beautiful people and this song is just cool. This was filmed in Cuba.



This is how we as well have many of our wedding in Mexico. You might Licke living in America and you might think it's cool to promote it's rhetoric But you can't deny who you are, where you are from and most importantly how beautiful Cuba or Mexico is and it's people are.

That what you see in the video, that is life, that is happiness, that is freedom.

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posted on May, 9 2010 @ 10:22 PM
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So what are you saying exactly? That I don't know my own culture? That the Constitution is irrelevant, what are you accusing me of exactly?



posted on May, 9 2010 @ 10:24 PM
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Ever been to Scottsdale Gun Club? It is a real eye opener, people are ready - who are you kidding. What good can come from thousands of dead.

War has never solved anything except to put new corruption in charge, in order to create yet another war and another. It is called population control, and it is easier to balance a planet by simply fooling that which needs thinning into killing itself.



posted on May, 9 2010 @ 10:31 PM
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Again I am in no way call for a riot or anything else.

I am merely stating the fact that You the American people CAN"T!!!

You Can't!

I'm not saying do it, i'm saying don't even think about trying because your government WUILL SHOOT YOU DEAD IF YOU TRY.

And since your against a people fighting and showing their discontent with the way their country ids being Run you should be more than happy to hear me say YOU CAN"T RIOT IN THE US.

Where is the argument?



posted on May, 9 2010 @ 10:32 PM
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You have no idea who I am. You don't know how I was raised. I wasn't raised to be a Cuban-American, I was raised to be American.



posted on May, 9 2010 @ 10:41 PM
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Well they can have CA its a broke state anyways. Besides no American in their right mind will allow it to happen.



posted on May, 9 2010 @ 10:42 PM
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I am saying that the Constitution is irrelevant, it has been for many years in the US when it comes to your bill of rights and the blatant oppression the Citizens are receiving from their government.

You would think a guy who has authored his own declaration of independence would realise that.


What I am accusing you of Is forgetting how beautiful Cubans are, How beautiful Cuba right now is as we type.

You have chosen to Be an American, screw Cuba. You are an American who can bad mouth Greece because they are not doing what your views suggest a "responsible citizen would do" Greece has a lot of educated people in it. It has existed a bit longer than the US had and you some guy, some American thinks they are in the wrong?

Ridiculous.

Watch that video again and smell from afar what live really is buddy.



posted on May, 9 2010 @ 10:43 PM
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Exactly!!!

It's like turning a diamond into a piece of coal.

Tragic ! say.



posted on May, 9 2010 @ 10:48 PM
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The Constitution is not irrelevant, our government is.

I can criticize the methods. I may not agree with how the Greek people are reacting, but it is their right to do so and I won't argue that fact. I do believe in the Natural Laws, as I said.

I have not forgotten anything. But I have no allegience to Cuba. That isn't who I am. I grew up in America with Americans. Are you really going to fault me for the way I grew up? That hardly seems fair or relevant.



posted on May, 9 2010 @ 10:51 PM
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If that guy is a legitimate teacher, he'll be fired soon. I can't imagine someone like that teaching our youth.


I hope that it never has to come to riots or worse. I hope that somehow, somewhere there is a solution. Actually there have been many common sense solutions but nothing is done, hence the unrest.



posted on May, 9 2010 @ 10:53 PM
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And I'll have you know i know more about you than you think....

All ready I can picture that Beautiful Cuban blood pumping though your veins as you read, the thunder in your stomach as your mind tries to fight the will to remember who you are.

All the turmoil and confusion, the immediate thoughts of denial, the radiant fusion or the power surging attempting to reach the surface...

SOY CUBANO!!!!!!

Let it out, let it all come out and be free of the cage the indoctrinating Nazi US government has tripped you in.



posted on May, 9 2010 @ 11:09 PM
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You are telling me there was no genocide?



Historian David Stannard is of the opinion that the indigenous peoples of America (including Hawaii)[43] were the victims of a "Euro-American genocidal war."[44] While conceding that the majority of the indigenous peoples fell victim to the ravages of European disease, he estimates that almost 100 million died in what he calls the American Holocaust.[45] Stannard's perspective has been joined by Kirkpatrick Sale, Ben Kiernan, Lenore A. Stiffarm, and Phil Lane, Jr., among others; the perspective has been further refined by Ward Churchill, who has said "it was precisely malice, not nature, that did the deed."[44]



posted on May, 9 2010 @ 11:15 PM
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Bull#.

I know my heritage. I'm proud of it. But I'm not Cuban. Even my mother would tell you that. Es verdad que soy Cubano por herencia, pero no por destino. Soy Americano!



posted on May, 9 2010 @ 11:17 PM
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The Constitution is not irrelevant, our government is.


Well we shall see which is irrelevant once you get a jackboot in your face for being confused with a Mexican.

And then another when they find out who you are Mr trouble maker.




I can criticize the methods. I may not agree with how the Greek people are reacting, but it is their right to do so and I won't argue that fact. I do believe in the Natural Laws, as I said.


Sure, that's what American s do, criticise other countries methods. Why wouldn't you.




I have not forgotten anything. But I have no allegience to Cuba. That isn't who I am. I grew up in America with Americans. Are you really going to fault me for the way I grew up? That hardly seems fair or relevant.


Common....

Don't lie to me Chief.

Your hearts in the right place, but you still choose to lie to yourself.

Say for me one time, just for kicks and giggles...

"Sot Cubano!"

Just one time.



posted on May, 9 2010 @ 11:19 PM
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Now i have seen your post around for a good long while bud..

When is the last time you have ever splert out "Bull#"?


Don't tell me what your mother says, tell me what really wants to come out.

Just one time.....

Soy Cubano!





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