Make no mistake. Having personally been at this location, I observed a group, LaRaza, which is a Hispanic civil rights activist group. LaRaza wears brown berets and brown shirts with the Mexican flag. The reason they wear a Mexican flag, as opposed to the American flag, is because they are not there to support patriotic Americans. LaRaza believes that California, Arizona and Texas were stolen by the United States from Mexico. It is their clandestine goal to reclaim these states for Mexico through the sheer weight of Spanish-speaking people flooding across our border.
(It seems to me that in the 1930s, there was another group who wore brown shirts—just saying…)
One wonders the sincerity and honesty of Tequila when they say, “…terrorizing small refugee immigrant children from Mexico with racial slurs.” What part of the First Amendment are they citing, and what are the racial slurs to which they’re referring? “Illegals?” or “Invaders?” As for “small…children,” many on the buses, at least half (we would estimate), were middle school and older as well as some adults.
After reading the Breitbart article and personally having been on the scene, it is interesting to see how selective nouns are used without any factual references or specific occurrences being pointed out. I would suggest that while calling citizens of America who are standing up against an invasion force of non-citizens of the United States, the real belligerents are the ones sipping too much tequila.
Lenin’s rules (for overthrowing a nation) were revealed after a 1919 raid in Düsseldorf, Germany. The files marked “Communist Rules for Revolution” included corrupt the young, control all means of publicity, divide people into hostile groups, destroy people’s faith, preach democracy but seize power, encourage government extravagance and discontent, foment strikes and civil disorder, break down moral values and create a pretext to control all firearms.