Yahoo censors comment, sides with illegal alien supporter staff

When browsing Yahoo, I like many see the news stories. Many of them are written by Associated Press reporters. You know exactly what you are getting. At least some of us do.  Lately, I’ve decided to log in and voice my opinions. I would make my comments and log out. Yesterday, I thought I’d track my comments and replys. Many of my comments did not print. After repeated tries, I concluded the Yahoo censors do not like my comments. The pro-illegal alien comments are there, as are the racial epithets, but honest opinion and truth regarding the subject is blocked.      

I’ll start with the actual article written to garner sympathy for illegals. My commentary follows after. You decide.    

      

Attacks against Mexicans inflame tensions in NYC

By CRISTIAN SALAZAR, Associated Press Writer Cristian Salazar, Associated Press Writer Mon Aug 16, 6:57 am ET    

NEW YORK – When Rodolfo Olmedo was dragged down by a group of men shouting anti-Mexican epithets and bashed over the head with a wooden stick on the street outside his home, he instinctively covered his face to keep from getting disfigured. Blood filled his mouth.   

“I wanted to scream, but I couldn’t because of the beating they were giving me,” said the 25-year-old baker. Nearly five months later, he is still taking pain medications for his head injuries. Recorded by a store’s surveillance camera, the assault was the first of 11 suspected anti-Hispanic bias attacks in a Staten Island neighborhood, re-igniting years-old tensions between blacks and Hispanics in New York City’s most remote borough.   

Residents of Port Richmond — where an influx of newcomers from Latin America over the past decade has transformed the community — alternately blame the attacks on the economy, unemployment and the debate over Arizona’s immigration law.   

And although most of the suspects were described as young black men and investigated for bias crimes, a grand jury has indicted only one of seven people arrested on a hate-crime charge.   

But Isaias Lozano, a day laborer, said he knows why he was attacked and robbed in December by “morenos” — the Spanish word he uses to describe his black neighbors.   

“They hate us because we’re Mexicans,” he said while sitting at El Centro del Inmigrante, a center for immigrant day workers. “They aren’t robbing just anybody.”   

Across the United States, the immigration debate plays out in suspicion of outsiders and sometimes escalates into violence. Port Richmond, tucked in a corner of New York City that most visitors never see, is wrestling with the perennial question of how people from different backgrounds can live together and get along.   

Some community leaders here blame the attacks on hoodlums preying on day laborers, who are perceived as easy targets because they often carry cash home from work. Others say the Arizona law is stirring up a climate of intolerance, even these thousands of miles away.   

“It’s a cascading effect,” said the Rev. Terry Troia, a board member of El Centro del Inmigrante. “There are negative impulses being put out there both nationally and locally. People on the fringe catch a piece of that, and they are acting on it.”   

Some of Port Richmond’s black residents assert that newcomers’ presence touches a nerve. Mike Mason, 47, a teacher who works in New Jersey, said the arrival of Mexican immigrants had changed the texture of the community. “America has got to do something as far as immigration goes,” he said. “In the morning you can see the streets lined with undocumented workers … That’s always in the back of people’s minds.”   

Staten Island is a relatively isolated, suburban-like borough of New York City. It is home to nearly 500,000 people, most of whom live in detached homes instead of apartments, need cars to get around and a ferry to get across New York Harbor to Manhattan.   

Between 2000 and 2008, the number of Hispanics living on the island grew roughly 40 percent, according to Census bureau statistics analyzed by City University of New York’s Latino Data Project, with much of that growth coming from the Mexican community.   

Many of those began to coalesce around the Port Richmond neighborhood, which had long been predominantly black and low-income. The neighborhood’s main commercial thoroughfare, once marked by empty storefronts, suddenly came alive with Mexican businesses selling pinatas, bars playing Spanish-language heavy metal, and grocers stocking chilies and tomatillos. The neighborhood developed a new nickname: “Little Mexico.”   

Mexicans soon began reporting that they were attacked by their black neighbors.   

One organization documented 21 assaults against day laborers one summer in 2003. When a day laborer was viciously stabbed and killed two years later, neighbors quickly blamed the black community, until reputed Latin Kings gang members were charged with the man’s death.   

In recent months, police have deployed additional foot and mounted patrols, a command post and Mexican-born officers to distribute bilingual fliers with safety tips. The FBI joined in creating a task force to look into civil rights abuses in the neighborhood. Residents have aired grievances at numerous town hall meetings.   

On a recent summer day, Nicomedes Rocha said she was afraid of being targeted by blacks while walking on the street. “I have to watch on both sides,” said the 33-year-old dishwasher at a local taqueria, who was on her way to work carrying a shoulder bag. “They think I carry money.”   

But some black residents said it was wrong to talk about bias as the main motive for the attacks. David Johnson, an amateur boxer who has lived in the neighborhood for seven years, blamed the incidents on drug addicts looking to rob people for cash to feed their habits. “They would do that to anybody,” he said. “To jump toward bias issues is out of whack.”   

Rodolfo Olmedo was beaten and robbed of his cell phone and wallet on April 5. Four suspects have been arrested and charged; police investigated it as a bias crime, but a grand jury indicted the suspects only on robbery and gang assault charges.   

William Smith, a spokesman for the Staten Island district attorney’s office, said the attack on Olmedo was retaliatory. The suspects, he said, believed Olmedo had been involved in an earlier altercation. Olmedo, who was hospitalized for five days and was briefly in a coma, contends he was targeted because of his ethnicity, not because he had been involved in a related incident or because the suspects wanted to steal his belongings.   

After all, Olmedo said, they didn’t take an expensive watch that he was wearing.   

“It was,” he said in Spanish, “a hate crime.”   

Associated Press Writers Ana Azpurua and Colleen Long contributed to this report..     

     

     

Pure liberal pap. Can they make it any more obvious where they stand? It actually took three people to write this piece?    

Here’s my posting that was not accepted by Yahoo staff:   

“Where an influx of newcomers from Latin America over the past decade has transformed the community — alternately blame the attacks on the economy, unemployment and the debate over Arizona’s immigration law.” When I saw the writer was Salazar, I knew what to expect.   

The illegal alien racist invasion has pushed Americans out of their neighborhoods and workplaces.  They are not newcomers, they are illegal aliens, law breakers, who have no respect for this country or it’s people.
 
Racist Mexicans are indiscriminately targeting Blacks and Whites who aren’t even involved in gang culture, as part of an orchestrated ethnic cleansing program that is forcing all races to flee Southern California. The culprit of the carnage is the radical Neo-Nazi liberation theology known as La Raza, which calls for the extermination of all races in America besides Latinos, and is being bankrolled by some of the biggest Globalists in the U.S., and one of the reasons I will never, ever buy, or ride in any Ford Motor Company product (proud sponsor of the National Council of La Raza).
 
A story carried on the website Alternet, charts an explosion in brutal murders of Blacks by Hispanic street gangs in L.A. Far from being gang on gang violence, the Latinos are targeting innocent Blacks in accordance with a concerted ethnic cleansing campaign that seeks to eradicate all races from Hispanic neighborhoods.
The LAPD estimates there are now 28,000 Latino gang members in the city of Los Angeles alone. That’s not only more than all the Crips and the Bloods; it’s more than all Black, Asian, and White gang members combined. Almost all of those Latino gang members in L.A. – let alone those in other California cities – are loyal to the Mexican Mafia.
 
Most have been thoroughly indoctrinated with the Mexican Mafia’s violent racism where most gangs are racially based.  Salazar would never reveal the long standing Aztlan invasion agenda.
Aztlan’s goal, known as La reconquista, is to cede and take over the entire Southern and Western United States by any means necessary,  and impose a Communist militant dictatorship.
 
Despite the fact that many Americans of all races oppose this tsunami of illegal aliens, Aztlan and La Raza race hate groups have become the voice for a separatist movement that threatens a violent overthrow of the Constitutional system and a barbaric program of ethnic cleansing.
 
This is held up by the media as ‘diversity’ and to vociferously oppose it is scorned as racism.
Aztlan and Mecha groups advocate killing all Whites and Blacks and driving them out of the southern states by means of brutal ethnic cleansing. Flags and placards carried at marches depict White people having their heads cut off.
 
Americans who protest such groups are then attacked by the liberal media with their anchor baby infiltrators and labeled as racists.
 
How about the violent protests on May 1st by hordes marching under Mexican flags, many of who were illegal aliens, as a “day without gringos.” Imagine what the reaction would be if White middle class Americans marched in their millions and called the event “a day without Blacks?”
 
The media and their anchor baby reporters continues to run defense for this violent militant movement that seeks nothing less than the eradication of Blacks and Whites through ethnic cleansing and the takeover of the southern and western states. This is a separatist tribunal that has over 30,000 ruthless gang members at its disposal once the call for mobilization is made, along with millions of illegal aliens continuing to pour across our southern border.
 
These attacks are nothing compared to the approaching war brought to us by an arrogant, lawless invader who has spat on our flag, and disregards the very fabric of this nation.
 
With Black and White soldiers returning from combat theaters, and numbers of American men waiting impatiently for the call, it is a war they have no chance of winning.
 
Not on this soil. These attacks pale in comparison to what Mexicans are doing to Central American illegal aliens who cross Mexico while attempting to get to the U.S.

The Central Americans are lucky if deportation is all they face. The assaults and rapes are the most heinous crimes against these illegal aliens, and the same would be committed against Americans if they were to pour into Mexican neighborhoods illegally.

Americans are sick of biased racial reporting that paints the illegal alien invader as the victim. Nothing could be farther from the truth. 
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