Just as the Coincidence Detector makes (((Jewish))) names (((echo))) the Bean Counter puts <<<La Raza>>> supporters in <<<taco shells>>> to call out anti-white bias and Hispanic privilege.
With the political conventions fast approaching, running-mate announcements will soon be made. Vice President choices may seem ceremonial or unimportant, but Dick Cheney of Halliburton may have something to say about that line of reasoning. If nothing else, the choice can have huge ramifications for the general election.
Hillary Clinton is a weak candidate, with the most tepid support and timid base of the remaining candidates. She is also currently under investigation but is a ruthless career politician. She knows she needs to align herself with someone with impeccable credentials. In today’s political climate, that has more to do with appearance than with accomplishment. Pandering to what is lacking in her own joyless campaign would be important to her advisers too; a youthful, good-looking, Hispanic man may check enough identity politics boxes. The same types of people that would vote for her because she is a woman would vote for him because he’s Hispanic or to satisfy the anti-white male agenda.
Viewing the world through the Marxist-inspired identity politics worldview, Clinton choosing Castro makes a lot of sense. A Black President? Check. Woman? Hillary. Hispanic? Smile for the cameras <<<Julian Castro>>>.
However, Julian Castro is much more than an accouterment. He brings his own radicalism — the type very much associated with the violence at the Trump event in San Jose. When Julian Castro took over the San Antonio mayor’s office in 2009, he hung the La Raza Chicano Power poster. It features his mother, Rosie, who has been described as an outspoken activist by public relations articles. These types of write-ups can charitably be called puff pieces. Others have called the groups she was associated with as anti-American and revolutionary. As Charles C. Johnson commented in Breitbart, “While it’s possible that Castro was hanging the poster in deference to his mother, it is unimaginable that a candidate who was the son of one of the leaders of a white supremacist party would be given similar latitude.”
To say La Raza is a supremacist organization is not hyperbolic; La Raza translates to “the race.” Julian and his twin brother, Joaquin, were steeped in this political identity from birth — Joaquin was named after a 1967 anti-white poem. The birth of the twins on Mexico’s Independence Day made their mother, <<<Rosie Castro>>> quite proud.
Andy Kroll, whose progressivism usually sullies the Internet on the Mother Jones website, gushed about the Castro family in The Atlantic last year:
Rosie Castro had been a fiery community organizer in San Antonio during the Chicano movement of the 1960s and ’70s; after an unsuccessful run for city council in 1971, three years before Joaquin and Julián were born, she’d remained a political force in San Antonio, chairing the county chapter of La Raza Unida, a Chicano third party, and running other progressives’ political campaigns. The twins had grown up tagging along to rallies, parades, and political functions. As Julián recalled in a college essay later published in an anthology called Writing for Change, political slogans “rang in my ears like war cries”: “Viva La Raza!” “Black and Brown United!”
Julian’s mother Rosie met his father “in the movement.” However, <<<Jesse Guzman>>> was married and had five children of his own at the time. Julian’s parents never married, and fully separated when he was eight. He has kept his mother’s last name, and grew up with the Cuban communist revolution as inspiration. I assume keeping the Castro name has helped him politically — I imagine when progressives are trying to fall asleep, they count little black-bearded Fidel sheep, jumping over diversity rainbows, in fields of tolerance.
The new Democrat archetype has seemingly emerged; fathers are no longer part of the upbringing of a healthy adult male, capable of leading. The similarities between Barack Obama and Julian Castro are quite striking in this regard. Both lacked a strong father figure in their home, and each of their mothers instilled communist values from an early age. The social engineers that control the mainstream media will not allow the devastating statistics on fatherless homes to be shouted as loud as they should be and need to be. This new idealized Democrat man is without a backbone, feminized from the very start, narcissistic, and is against anything resembling traditional values or national interests. Julian Castro could be mistaken for a Manchurian Candidate, an amalgamation of attributes to push Hillary towards Pennsylvania Avenue.
Julian has remarked about how Affirmative Action gave him opportunities he would not have otherwise had. This provided him access to educational opportunities at Stanford, and then Harvard Law School. Other, more deserving candidates were passed over due to race. The daily injustices of Affirmative Action and growing quotas all result from government meddling, and create quite a bit of turmoil in their wake. Nevertheless, as has been shown repeatedly, the programs end up producing the opposite of their intention.
What about Julian Castro the politician, you ask?
As mayor of San Antonio, his platform program was full-day pre-kindergarten, and he raised sales tax to the state maximum. Unfortunately, for the children of the area, there are already tomes of studies that refute these head-start programs. Repeatedly, studies have shown no improvement in future achievement, and they often even negatively affect children. What these programs do, however, is put children in the hands of the State earlier. Democrat elites, for all their bluster about education, are not truly concerned with the children’s education. Vladimir Lenin said, “Give me just one generation of youth, and I’ll transform the whole world.”
San Antonio also remained one of the most dangerous big cities in America under Castro’s watch. Rates of property crime were double the national average in 2013, his final year as mayor. Meanwhile, the violent crime disparity between San Antonio and the US was large, as well. Sure, a mayor shouldn’t take much heat for things remaining as they were before he arrived, but he certainly did not reverse those trends. Despite such noteworthy achievements, he now serves as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in President Obama’s cabinet.
One of HUD’s recently conceived boondoggles involves integrating the suburbs, because they are just too white and free from criminal activity, apparently. Castro and Obama act in tandem, believing in equal outcome instead of equal opportunity. This type of project perfectly illustrates what is wrong with progressive thinking. Instead of focusing on a source of the problem, like fatherless homes, their utopian naiveté tells them that the neighborhood is what causes events, rather than personal choice.
Of course, politicians like to fight wars against intangible things that cannot be defeated, such as poverty. Knowing victory is impossible; pressure can be applied to keep the spigot flowing. About 15% of Americans are in poverty now, and depending on the study the number was roughly the same in 1965, when Johnson’s Great Society began. This also happened to be the year where America drastically changed its immigration policy.
Mathew Vadam elucidates just how the increased welfare spending created groups like La Raza. Policymakers used funds to create community organizations, with the stated goal of furthering their interests. Taxpayer monies were used to subsidize activism, especially that of left-wing groups. The National Council of La Raza was given $30 million in 2014, but that’s just a few pennies compared with HUD’s 2014 budget of $32.8 billion. With Castro in control of such a monstrosity of bureaucracy, it’s no wonder that violence reigns in Left-leaning cities. Vadam stated, “The radicals figured out a long time ago how to have their cake and eat it, too. They advance their objectives, destroy civil society, and send you the bill.”
Julian Castro was groomed for his current political position, and groups like La Raza are a part of his identity and lineage. There are other movements — while publicly unaffiliated with La Raza — that seek the same agenda. One such group is the Chicano Student Movement of Aztlan (MEChA), which is more overtly racist and revolutionary in its tone. Throughout the Western US since the 1960s, MEChA has recruited on college campuses.
This is the reason for the prevalence of Mexican flags at Trump events throughout the southwest. When Mexicans hold signs that say, “Get out of Mexico,” standing in California at a Trump event, there is little doubt they are sympathetic to this type of group. MEChA are hoping to re-conquer, or Reconquista the American Southwest, and reincorporate it into Mexico.
In the spirit of a new people that is conscious not only of its proud historical heritage, but also of the brutal gringo invasion of our territories, we, the Chicano inhabitants and civilizers of the northern land of Aztlan from whence came our forefathers, reclaiming the land of their birth and consecrating the determination of our people of the sun, declare that the call of our blood is our power, our responsibility, and our inevitable destiny. Aztlan belongs to those who plant the seeds, water the fields, and gather the crops and not to the foreign Europeans. … We are a bronze people with a bronze culture. Before the world, before all of North America, before all our brothers in the bronze continent, we are a nation, we are a union of free pueblos, we are Aztlan. Por La Raza todo. Fuera de La Raza nada.
The final line translates to, “For the race everything. outside the race, nothing.”
Whether Julian Castro is Hillary’s VP pick is yet to be determined. What is substantiated fact, however, are the numerous subversive, racist groups that exist, and are openly anti-American and anti-white. They are funded by the government and are acquiesced to by the police; they want to destroy the America Donald Trump wants to make great again. La Raza, MEChA, or Reconquista — all roads lead to the same place with Julian Castro. For honest, hard-working Americans, the circumstances become increasingly dire with each passing day.
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