Since I heard of the disgraceful attacks on Trump rally attendees in San Jose, I’ve been following the reactions around the Internet, especially our side’s reactions.
The photos give the impression that the rabble who attacked the rally participants included the ‘usual suspects’: Latinos/Mexicans, blacks, and assorted ‘white’ riffraff, mostly young people, the usual college radical poseurs and attention-seekers.
I saw ‘Mexicans’ or other Latinos, while many people on various right-wing blogs saw ”illegals.” Maybe I’m missing some hidden clue, but how are people able to look at an obviously Latin American/Indio/mestizo and discern his immigration status? I surely can’t.
Some Texas kinfolks of mine used to say that you could tell the wetbacks, — excuse me, mojados, excuse me, ‘recent arrivals’ or ‘newly-minted Americans’ by their “roach-stomper” boots, or their preference for garish colors. I’m not convinced that it’s that easy. Maybe you can tell by their English skills, or lack thereof — but then I can show you people who have lived here for decades (and who may have citizenship papers), or even American-born Hispanics who don’t speak fluent English. So how do you sort out the illegals or recent border-jumpers from the second-generation or long time resident? You can’t, not by sight.
Yet lots of ‘race-realist’ people seem to see only ”illegals” when they see people like the feral mobs in San Jose.
Legal or illegal — and how can we know? — the relevant fact is that they are Mexicans, or Latinos of some nationality. In other words, they are not us. They are not of us. That is all we know and all we need to know.
Do people have this meme so hopelessly embedded in their minds, this idea that ‘illegals= bad, legals= good’? It looks that way.
Did an ‘illegal’ say the following:
“Go back to Simi Valley, you skunks! Go back to Woodland Hills! Go back to Boston! Go back to Plymouth Rock, Pilgrims! Get out! We are the future. You are old and tired. Go on. We have beaten you. Leave like beaten rats. You old white people, it is your duty to die.”
“We’re here today to show L.A., show the minority people here, the Anglo-Saxons, that we are here, the majority, we’re here to stay. We do the work in this city, we take care of the spoiled brat children…. we are the majority here and we are not going to be pushed around.”
The man who said those things, way back in 1996, some 22 years ago, was not an ‘illegal.’ He was an “activist”, or more accurately, an anti-White agitator. There were many more such ‘activists’ saying similar things decades ago. Many of these were people who were educated and nurtured in this country, accorded all the benefits and rights thereof, who repay this country and its too-tolerant people by this kind of hatred and incitement to violence.
And there are plenty of other such statements from Hispanic ‘activists’, many if not most of whom are American-born or considerably ”assimilated”. Augustin Cebada is not an exception or a rare case.
If you look up some of these quotes, you will probably find that Snopes.com questions their legitimacy. But Snopes is biased and should not be considered the final word.
No doubt my readers are aware of the anti-‘gringo’ animus of many Hispanics, but just in case you have relatives or friends or colleagues who are still clinging to the politically correct illusions, please inform them. There are still too many wishful thinkers and naively trusting people among our folk.