About Us Wednesday, 27 September 2006 The Building Democracy Initiative counters organized racism, anti-immigrant activity, and other forms of bigotry through strategic research, community organizing, education and training around the globe.
Across the country, a united response to anti-immigrant activity is growing. From New York to Maine, from Georgia to North Carolina, from Minnesota to Kansas, from Arizona to California, anti-immigrant organizations are severely undermining the integration of immigrants, and seek to deny their basic civil and human rights.
Also in 1995 , Jose Angel Gutierrez , ˜ a political science professor ... off the dime about Islam recognize that the border problem is a HUGE part of it . ... sixthcolumn.blogspot.com/2006/ 05/amnestys-impact-on-future-of-us.html - 57k - Supplemental Result - Cached - Similar pages
Jose Angel Gutierrez A former judge for Zavala County, Texas. Established the militant La Raza Unida (“the Unified Race”), an association dedicated to the ... www.humaneventsonline.com/blog-detail.php?id=12448 - 35k - Cached - Similar pages
... "The words above were spoken by Jose Angel Gutierrez, professor, University of Texas, Arlington and founder of the La Raza Unida political party. ... washingtontimes.com/op-ed/20060413-090901-5890r.htm - 47k - Cached - Similar pages
Another one of their major goals is the advancement of their political party La Raza Unida (RUP) which was founded by Jose Angel Gutierrez. ... www.infowars.com/articles/ immigration/deisyseis_partone.htm - 51k - Cached - Similar pages
Another favorite of mine is that of Jose Angel Gutierrez, a professor at the University of Texas-Arlington, and founder of La Raza (the Race), said in 1995. ... www.independentamerican.org/blog.php?blog=61 - 10k - Cached - Similar pages
The words above were spoken by Jose Angel Gutierrez, professor, University of Texas, Arlington and founder of the La Raza Unida political party. ... www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd180.htm - 29k - Cached - Similar pages
Jose Angel Gutierrez: "We have an aging white America. ... The constant chants heard at these La Raza/MEChA rallies have a familiar sounding of past rallies ... forum.chronwatch.com/forum/viewtopic. php?
3) Jose Angel Gutierrez, Prof. Univ. Texas at Arlington, founder La Raza Unida Party at UC Riverside 1/1995 "The border remains a military zone. ...
Here are excerpts from the Transcript of a debate between
Dr. Jose Angel Gutierrez and David Horowitz on the Hannity Radio Program
April 5th , 2006 (4:00pm)
Hannity: Did you believe that . . . that . . Did you found this group that David talks about on the premise that Mexican territory was stolen by White Americans and that large regions of the American Southwest do not rightfully belong to the United States? Do you hold that view?
Gutierrez: That is my analysis and conclusion. Yes and that can be defended. Yes that is the premise of founding these organizations (La Raza Unida and MAYO)
Horowitz: Here he claims American citizenship, who wants to take the entire Southwest and make it part of Mexico.
Gutierrez: Did you just hear this lunatic?
Hannity: Wait a minute. Hang on a second. You founded a group founded on the premise, you admit, that Mexican territory was stolen by white Americans and that large regions of the American Southwest do not rightfully belong to the United States. You agree with that?
Gutierrez: That is the political party. Political parties take positions, do analysis, they issues platforms. That is correct.
Hannity: And you believe that land was seized by the United States and one of the chief objectives of that group and what you are working toward today is that land be returned to Mexico?
Gutierrez: That is not correct.
Hannity: Do you believe it should be?
Hannity: So it should stay in the United States hands?
Gutierrez: We are a nation within this nation.
Hannity: Should it stay within the United States?
Gutierrez: We are a nation . . .
Hannity: [Horowitz begin to interrupt] Hold on!
Howowitz: Didn't you take a pledge . . When you got your citizenship, didn't you take a pledge to the Constitution of the United States and to this country and aren't betraying that pledge?
Gutierrez: I have served in the U.S. military have you Horowtiz? I have served and held public office.
Horowitz: I don't care if you have served, I don't care if you vote . . if you refer to Mexican Americans as a nation within a nation . .
Gutierrez: Why don't we have a regular debate you and I? Why are you hiding behind microphones in places like this? Why don't you and I have a debate?
Hannity: You are having a debate.
Horowitz: I'll come to Arlington any time.
Gutierrez: For free? For free?
Horowitz: No! I'm not coming anywhere for free.
Gutierrez: Ah . .you make money off this pandering of your racist views.
Horowitz: I don't have a life time job which requires me to work 6 hours a week for hundred thousand like you have. I have to work for a living. And I have a lot of demands on my time. And I ration my time in this way.
Gutierrez: Let me tell you something. You better get some money together because you're creating a climate that could possibly bring harm to me by making these lies.
Horowitz: You're creating the climate . . .
Gutierrez: You're going to be sued. You're going to be tried and criminally charged. You and your publisher and your cohorts for what you are doing here.
Hannity: Hang on, let me . . . let me jump in here. Are you saying that you are going to sue David Horowitz?
Gutierrez: I am saying that he is getting very close to creating a climate . . .
Hannity: I didn't ask you that. I asked you if you are going to sue him?
Gutierrez: No I can't sue him because I am a public figure! He is doing these things maliciously saying that I . .
Hannity: Let's go to another quote, did you ever say . . .
Guiterrez: And if harm comes to me . . You're damn right my estate is going to go after him and all of his co-conspirators.
Hannity: Did you ever say "Our devil has pale skin and blue eyes?"
Hannity: Well you know you are quoting as saying it.
Gutierrez: I know I am quoted as saying it. That's by these people again.
Hannity: Who is Hal Netkin?
Hannity: Hal Netkin
Gutierrez: I don't know who that is.
Hannity: Is that where you get the quote from David?
Horowitz: Yeah, that is exactly right. It appeared in mayorno.com not in VDare. Anyway, we obviously have somebody who is not telling the truth . . he wants to have his cake and eat it too. You can't be a citizen, a patriotic citizen of the United States if you believe . . uh. . .you represent a nation within the nation.
Gutierrez: Mexican Americans have been relegated to being 2nd and 3rd class citizens since the day we were removed*
Horowitz: Look, Mexican Americans have more rights in this country. A Mexican American can go to a hospital and get decent care in this country . . . he cannot do it in Mexico. He is afraid of their own police force. Why do you think that there are hundreds, well actually millions of Mexicans coming here? Because life is better for Mexicans here in the United States than it is in Mexico. So stop talking through your hat!
Gutierrez: I don't have a problem with that.. . . (garble)
Horowitz: There aren't any Americans running to Mexico. We don't have the big exodus of Americans do we? I mean people who live in America know it's better and people who live in Mexico know it's better. I think that something like 40% of Mexicans said they would like to come here. Because Mexico is a hell hole created by a rotten (garble)
Gutierrez: [nterrupting] nd so do your ancestors . . .
Horowitz: . . . . political culture of which you are a part of and which you support.
Gutierrez: This is a good place to work.
Horowitz: It is a good place to work, yes. It's great country unlike Mexico. So, you know, if you don't like it . . leave!
Gutierrez: You and I live here. Why don't we debate that here? The conditions here . . .
Horowitz: Well I am. You have got the privileges' . . . You have the privileges' of living here. You also then have an obligation to this country, which obviously you don't recognize.
Gutierrez: I have been an elected official. I formed a political party which is sstem supporting. I uphold democracy, representative democracy. You're the one that is dangerous. You're the one that lies and distorts the truth.
Horowitz: [sarcastically] Right.
Gutierrez: And none of these things that you say I have been quoted as saying have ever taken place in the classroom. This business of eliminate the gringo, the closest he can come to that, is when we discussed it one time at a press conference that we should eliminate the gringo system economically and politically and socially.
Hannity: Is that a slur?
Gutierrez: That happened years ago.
Hannity: Is that a slur? Do you apologize for it?
Gutierrez: Absolutely not!
Horowitz: It's pure racism! The gringo system, the American system, democracy, the constitution is a gringo system. The word gringo . . .
Gutierrez: Gringo doesn't make democracy, Gringos [are] racist bigots!
Horowitz: The word "Gringo" which is in the table of one of his books is itself a racist epitaph. I mean he's a racist . . . Professor Gutierrez you're a racist! And you use words like gringo and you slur them not only at individuals but at the whole American system. You are hostile! You are a self declared enemy of the American system. I don't care if you formed a political party, we have communist parties who are enemies of the system as well. That's what you are and that's what you said on this show! I don't even use such harsh terms in the book to describe you but the book it completely accurate. You haven't sent a letter, I haven't received a lawyer's letter about these quotes. You haven't sent me the quotes that you claim are right. I am happy to correct anything that is actually wrong. But some how I don't believe that you . . . .
Gutierrez: [garble] . . . . showing all your inconsistencies. You're not an academic. You're not a researcher! You are a sloppy cheap trickster. That's what you are!
Hannity: Alright. Thank you, Mr. Gutierrez, and David Horowitz. The book is called The Professors: the 101 most dangerous academics in America. And I thank you both for being with us. I appreciate your time. And when we come back a lot more ground to cover today.
This conversation/debate was taped in Austin, Texas by Alfredo Rodriguez Santos c/s for La Politiquera
Hispanic Leaders Brag About Anti-White Hate, Racism 4-13-06
"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. Through love of having children, we are going to take over." -- Augustin Cebada, Brown Berets http://www.debatebothsides.com/showthread.php?t=40765
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La Raza's president at that time was Maclovia Barraza, a life-long Communist.
As I wrote in my book, the Ford Foundation in 1968 created the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) and the National Council of La Raza (The Race, meaning those of Mexican descent) to strengthen the "ethnic identity" of newly arrived immigrants, legal and illegal, from south of the border rather than aid their assimilation into the American mainstream. La Raza's president at that time was Maclovia Barraza, a life-long Communist.
Please read my recent expose titled "Chertoff, Gutierrez, Rice: Plotting Bush's North American Union," found at http://vdare.com/misc/070416_sheehy.htm. It explains why the federal government won't secure our border and enforce existing immigration laws. The piece also discusses how so-called "free-trade" agreements, massive illegal immigration, and socialism are tied together.
REVOLUTIONARY ANTI-FASCISM: A NECESSITY AND AN OBLIGATION
Essentially all currents of revolutionary anarchism or Marxism agree on at least this simple principle: fascists ( American citizens who want the laws of our country enforced and our borders secured) cannot be allowed to speak, organize, march, or have a platform in any way, shape or form.
Dies y Seis celebrations were being infiltrated by extremist Mexican hate groups.
I talked to some of the groups that were planning to participate in the Dies y Seis parade through downtown Austin this year and it only reaffirmed my previous research that there was a powerful revolutionary core to these groups dedicated to overthrowing Texas and setting up a racial state.
Carlsbad forum draws protesters – and 150 law officers
Why no background on the anarchists promoting the protest against Americans who just wish to access our First Amendment guarantees? You gave background on the speakers making presentations at the event, but no where have I read anything about the protesters' backgrounds. They do have websites, you know. So I have done your homework for you and here it is.
Then the cops arrived. At first, the coward chuckled arrogantly, but ended up whimpering to the cops to rescue him. The entire time, we marched around his car, continuing to chant slogans like, "We are not illegal, we are workers," and "The workers, united, will never be defeated," in both Spanish and English.
Background on the progressive Labor party Progressive Labor Party: Formed in June 1962 in New York as the Progressive Labor Movement by about fifty former members of the Communist Party USA who considered themselves Maoists. The founders of the PLM sympathized with China in what became known as the Sino-Soviet Split — putting them in direct opposition to the CP-USA's "revisionist" line.
BRIDGEWATER, NJ, June 25 — The Progressive Labor Party organized 70 militant protesters to shut down the recruitment meeting of the United Patriots of America (UPA), a racist, fascist organization that — under the guise of "Homeland Security" — blames immigrants for U.S. economic woes and equates undocumented immigrants with "terrorists."