Pander Fest: The Network Subversive Tour


Coming to a city near you, racist sycophants seek to codify Latinos around the country. They meet and draw up plans to take American jobs, seats from American college students, buy votes, assist illegal aliens with unearned citizenship, home ownership and the means to extract every benefit available to American citizens. They court and pitch lawmakers to fix an alleged broken immigration system for their sole benefit.

Just months ago, the White House Hispanic Community Action Summit was held in Las Vegas. 

President Obama’s administration held hands and danced around the golden calf at the exclusive depraved retreat with La Raza (“The Race”) cabinet members. The President made an obsequious bow to a demographic known for its duplicitous agenda, loyalty to an interfering fair weather burdensome nation, and the modus operandi to become the majority population in the United States through the accrued ills: illegality, illegitimacy, illiberality, illicitness, and illusion ism. He went on to connote that the future of the United States is inextricably linked to the future of the Latino community. With all-things Mexico, all-the-time forced into our lives, you get the impression it was the other way around. The National Council of La Raza made the presumptuous declaration that saving the American middle class starts by saving the Latino middle class.

Which is absolute nonsense. How can La Raza shake-down this, or any of the previous administrations given the true legal numbers of legal Latino voters in its ranks?

With half the population of Mexico living on $4 per day, and 35 percent earning $1,000 per month, La Raza should forgo the delusion to save us and instead start by saving Mexicans in Mexico instead. As in the last presidential election, concerned Americans will be threatened with the mythical Hispanic vote for dissenting against massive illegal immigration. And speaking of that election, out of 140 million votes, Latinos accounted for nearly 8 million (although real-time illegal alien participation is hidden). With the constant hyperbole from the liberal media and Geraldo Rivera, reporters took positions along the shore to capture the rogue waves of 25 million. We tuned in to witness an ebb tide.

The true threat is the National Council of La Raza, MALDEF, with one of its own as HUD Assistant Secretary, and the multitudes of Latino racist organizations and subversives born in the U.S., such as Juan Hernandez, the open-borders Hispanic outreach director (McCain campaign) and former Mexican cabinet official – director of the Presidential Office for Mexicans Abroad under Vincente Fox. “We are betting that the Mexican American population in the United States will think Mexico first.” Yes, we’ve noticed. How can anyone born in this country have citizenship elsewhere? It is impossible to have allegiance to the U.S. and Mexico simultaneously. When he was Mexico’s migration chief, he said, “There are several million Mexican people in the United States … These individuals need to be legalized, they need to be able to come home and see their families and not have to cross a dangerous border… they need to be able to have living conditions that are proper, with dignity; to have driver’s licenses; to use the banks in the United States. They need their dignity, instead of having to live like criminals.”

One cannot mention La Raza and ignore Hilda Solis, vehement Mexican reconquista, racist, and of all things, U.S. Labor Secretary. This AINO said all migrant workers possess a “right to a legal wage,” while her agency’s website states that “employers may hire only persons who may legally work in the United States; and aliens authorized to work in the U.S.” under the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act. She should actually read it. This Obama Administration cabinet-level official and prior racist California State Senate member comments contradict, as well as supersedes the law. She said, “No matter how you got here or how long you plan to stay, you have certain rights,” Solis said. “You have the right to be safe and in a healthy workplace and the right to a legal wage. We gather here today to strengthen our shared commitment to protect the labor rights of migrant workers in the United States. Unfortunately, due to language barriers and immigration status, migrant workers can be those that are most vulnerably abused.” She said foreign workers need to know their rights, so that they can lodge complaints without fear that they will be fired or deported. She believes the signed agreements with countries like El Salvador and Mexico will serve to “remove those fears.”

She has overseen a number of signed agreements between U.S. agencies and foreign officials (Spanish-speaking) pledging to give migrant workers the full protections of U.S. workplace laws — regardless of their legal status — and she says her department will uphold them. She confirms her job as to promote Latino interests exclusively. What the country needs as a whole is of no concern to her. She is the archetypal tribal Latina who looks out for her tribe, over and above all, Americans, which she has yet to confirm that she is. She has so far signed agreements with governments of the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica and El Salvador “to protect the labor rights of migrant workers from those countries who are employed in the United States,” (stolen jobs from American citizens) according to a Labor Department statement. The department has already signed deals with Mexico, Nicaragua and Guatemala. What would we expect from the offspring of “immigrants?”

This is the same Hilda Solis, author of S.B. 371, the issuance of driver’s licenses to illegal aliens in California (1999). It was a scam to repeal Sections 12801.5 and 12801.8 of the Vehicle Code, relating to the Department of Motor Vehicles. Her tax cheating, excuse me, evading husband, didn’t ante up $6,500 to settle tax liens against his business (that had been outstanding for 16 years) until the day before her confirmation hearing. 

Thinking Mexico first: the Nevada Latino Leadership Advisory Committee It says that Latino Nevadans have united to form the Nevada Latino Leadership Advisory Committee.

This committee consists of a who’s who of La Raza: scores of community activists, Culinary Workers Union president, attorneys, Alpha Zeta Chapter, Zacatecas Federation of Nevada, Court Interpreter, Attorney General,  State of Nevada Commission on Minority Affairs Commissioner, Bilingual Consulting Services CEO, CSN League of United Latin American Citizens President, GM Magic Brite Janitorial, Fresh Mex Owner, Sigma Delta Alpha Fraternity, Assemblyman, UNLV Professor of Law, League of United Latin American Citizens Reno, Si Se Puede Corresponding Secretary volunteer, Office of Diversity and Inclusion UNLV, Aztec Insurance Agent/Owner, President of the Clark County Education Association, Mexican American Democrats, Assembly Majority Leader, Nevada State Democratic Party Executive Committee Member, UNR Professor of Latino Studies, National Democratic Network Vice President, Northern Nevada Latinos for Obama Chair, Executive Manager Diversity and Affirmative Action Programs/ADA Coordinator – Clark County School District, Las Vegas County Library District Trustee, Latin Chamber of Commerce Past President, General Counsel Clark County Education Association, Hispanic Museum of Nevada Executive Director, UNR Professor, writer, Sheet Metal Workers Union 88 Political Director, Administrative Assistant/Loan Officer, community advocates, students and mothers, but not necessarily in that order.

Committee members, Nelson Araujo, listed as UNLV student, and Lucy Flores, State of Nevada Commission on Minority Affairs Commissioner summoned another organization created by Executive Order called the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics, which led to the White House Hispanic Community Action Summit, and leads back to the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics.

First is Juan Sepulveda, Director: responsible for engaging Hispanic students, their parents, families, organizations, and anyone else working in or with the education system in communities nationwide as active participants – as long as they are for improving the academic achievement of Hispanic Americans. Would it have been easier to just say as long as they are Hispanic? His wife Teresa Niño, is director of the Office of External Affairs (OEA) at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS). She previously served as Director of Communications and Legislative Affairs at the National Trauma Institute in San Antonio. In the Clinton Administration, she served as Director of Outreach under DHHS Secretary Shalala, later serving as Mayor Daley’s Assistant Press Secretary. Of course they omitted Press Secretary for Chicago’s Hispanic community – the second-largest in the country. This leaves nothing at all to the imagination.

William A. Ramos, Director of Intergovernmental Affairs at the U.S. Department of Commerce: promotes the President’s and the Department of Commerce Secretary’s policies, programs and initiatives with state and local elected officials across the 50 states as it relates to the 12 bureaus within the department. Ramos was Director of the Washington, D.C. Office of National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund, leading a team that represented NALEO’s mission of empowering Latinos to fully participate in the American political process by advocating on Capitol Hill on policy issues related to immigration, naturalization, the Census, voting rights protection and representation in the administration. Who needs voting rights protection besides people who aren’t allowed to vote for the fact they are in the country illegally?

Esther Olavarria, Counselor to the Secretary for Homeland Security: serves as counselor to Secretary Janet Napolitano at the Department of Homeland Security, advising the Secretary on immigration policy matters, including comprehensive immigration reform, which explains some of the ridiculous attempts at reason by our cozen DHS Secretary. The Secretary of DHS is being advised on immigration policy and immigration reform by someone who thinks Mexico first? She previously served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy at DHS. Before joining DHS, Esther was a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress. She also served as senior advisor for the UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency.  From 1998 to 2007, she was chief immigration counsel to Senator Edward Kennedy on the Senate Judiciary Committee, advising him on immigration and border security matters before the Immigration Subcommittee. I bet you can see right through that one?

Lisa Pino, Deputy Administrator of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program: formerly known as the Food Stamp Program, at the Food and Nutrition Service of USDA. She most recently served as Director of Public Affairs for the bilingual broadcasting network HITN-TV in New York. She has additionally served the Florence Immigrant Rights and Refugee Project, Community Legal Services Farmworker Unit, Littler Global Migration Group, the Government Accountability Office, U.S. Attorney’s Office, and the Library of Congress. Immigrant rights? Immigrants don’t need rights, and illegal aliens are not immigrants. Putting lipstick on a pig produces nothing but a pig with lipstick. 

Julie Chavez Rodriguez, Associate Director, White House Office of Public Engagement: handles outreach to the Latino community, immigration, and housing groups. Okay, she’s a link to the White House for illegal alien interests — akin to a Mexican counsel general. An office of public engagement in the White House whose interest is to the Latino community? She was the Director for Youth in the Great Outdoors office at the Department of the Interior and served as the Deputy Press Secretary for the Department, supporting communications and outreach efforts on a variety of issues, including outreach to the Latino community and Spanish-language media outlets. She served as the Director of Programs for the Cesar E. Chavez Foundation, a non-profit organization, service-learning programs across the United States, specifically the Educating the Heart Professional Development Program and the Chavez After School Service Clubs. She has established school and community based partnerships in major cities, including Los Angeles, Chicago, and Phoenix, and helped develop curricula widely used in school districts throughout the country. 

It has no bearing if they were born in the U.S., and to many of these people the Mexican nation extends into the United States. When former Mexican president Vincente Fox visited Chicago in 2004, he declared, “We are Mexicans that live in our territories and we are Mexicans that live together and we are working together to construct a nation.” It’s unfortunate they have neglected the construction of Mexico. Fox saw Mexican-Americans as Mexicans first. His regime campaigned to recapture loyalty and allegiance. Mexican consulates in the U.S. promoted the Fox agenda and assured that even in America, those of Mexican blood stay loyal to Mexico. Each of the 47 consulates (and counting) has the responsibility to get Mexican textbooks into school districts across the country. These history texts indoctrinate Mexican-American children in the history of the Mexican War as seen from the Chicano racist point of view.

The constitution of the resentful and the parasite. The conquest of Aztlan.

Perhaps the curriculum Julie Rodriguez suggested was the California’s School District’s Chicano Studies textbook, “The Mexican American Heritage.” On page 84 there it shows a redrawn map of Mexico and the United States, showing Mexico with the majority of the territory, all of it taken back from the United States (of course, without a receipt or proof of ownership). On page 107: “Latinos are now realizing that the power to control Aztlan may once again be in their hands.” The majority of illegal aliens are going to the sanctuary Southwest states of California, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Texas, Utah and Nevada. Mexicans call the seven states Aztlan, which is the unsettled territory ceded to the U.S. by the Republic of Mexico as part of the Treaty of Guadeloupe Hidalgo of 1848, after the U.S. – Mexican War.

Shown are the “repatriated” eight or nine states including Colorado, California, Arizona, Texas, Utah, New Mexico, Oregon and parts of Washington. The Aztlan myth is further amplified at MEChA club meetings held at schools and college campuses around the country. The books are paid for by American taxpayers, cites no references or footnotes, leaving school children totally dependent on the teachers to separate fact from opinion, propaganda, or political views. The book teaches separatism, victimization, nationalism, completely lacks patriotism towards the United States, and promotes an open border policy.

At the Reconquista School La Academia Semillas del Pubelo in Los Angeles, the students are taught ethnic separatism along with Aztec math. The National Council of La Raza was a co-sponsor with extremists from MECHA. At Aztlan Academy in Tucson, Arizona per La Raza, the school’s success rests on Aztlan’s ability to integrate a meaningful Chicano Studies program into their lives, language, and academics. With the Mexicayotl Academy in Nogales, Arizona, who needs the three R’s? At Mexicayotl, it’s all about the three M’s: me, me, and me! The school’s programs are “structured and developed around the concepts of identity, culture, and language.” The Dolores Huerta Preparatory High School in Pueblo, Colorado is named after the far-Left Latina labor union activist who railed that “Republicans hate Latinos,” praised illegal alien protesters, and bleated: “We didn’t cross the borders, the borders crossed us” in a hate-filled tirade before illegal alien students in Arizona.

Academia Cesar Chavez Charter School in St. Paul, Minnesota Board member Louis Mendoza, an activist Chicano Studies professor, pushed the school to lobby for the federal DREAM Act (providing in-state tuition for illegal aliens). The school’s website features only one flag on its front page: The Mexican flag. Of course, it does. The U.S. flag on the cover would be racist.    

Opening remarks to the Pander Fest were by no other than Cecilia Munoz, former Senior Vice President for the Office of Research, Advocacy and Legislation at The National Council of La Raza and currently, Director, White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs (via Skype). The Office of Intergovernmental Affairs works closely with state and local officials elected by the American people to ensure America’s citizens and their elected officials have a government that works effectively for them and with them. American citizens or illegal aliens? The Reconquista philosophy is detailed in El Plan Espiritual de Aztlan. Their ideas of culture, society, education, and community are devoted to the concept: “For the very young there will no longer be acts of juvenile delinquency, but revolutionary acts, and “El Plan de Aztlan is the plan of liberation.

“Por La Raza todo, Fuera de La Raza nada!” (“For the Race, everything, for those outside the Race, nothing!”)

I can just imagine what her remarks may have been, but I’m certain she said exactly what I would expect from her. At the University of Michigan’s Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, Munoz spoke about how the public, including the media, did not understand the NCLR’s goal of economic equity and social justice for immigrants (illegal aliens). She said, “My organization in particular gets challenged, especially in the media.” “I’m not just taking about talk radio or Fox, but even CNN. We get portrayed as a radical, U.S.-hating, brown beret-wearing separatist organization hell-bent on retrieving the Southwest United States for Mexico, which is really silly.” “Ha ha. You silly Americans. Thinking we are trying to overthrow portions of your country as we openly support politicians because they are Hispanic or seriously pro-Hispanic only, who have other countries interests at heart, and all because we want your borders left wide open so that millions of our fellow foreigners of only our race can invade your country.” “Ha ha. You are all so silly to see that as a threat from our group.”

Is she not an American citizen? Well, theoretically (as are millions whose parents came to the country illegally). And what is La Raza’s common sense approach to solving the problem of having tens of millions of illegal aliens in our country? But is this not the point or the agenda? The fact the Obama Administration would appoint a high-ranking member of La Raza says it all. If he doesn’t get amnesty passed, she will threaten state officials to fall in line, become sanctuary zones open to illegal aliens, excuse me, immigrants, which is standard operating procedure for La Raza. Race and potential votes trumps the good of the country. Silly Americans. Illegal aliens patronize the party that La Raza endorses. She once mentioned anti-immigrant organizations and movements are working today to raise concerns about current waves of immigration. Yes, Americans are concerned about the human tsunami entering the country illegally. She said, “At their best, these organized movements provoke discussion and debate; at their worst, they promote hatred and bigotry.” She also compares the federal crime of being in the country illegally to simple jaywalking. “If you were running the police department of any urban area in this country, you would spend more resources going after serious criminals than after jaywalkers. The Department of Homeland Security is doing the immigration equivalent of the same thing,” she said while speaking to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) Conference.

These AINOs (Americans in name only), communicate in “cluster communities” where only Spanish is spoken, and they work and live in environments where only Spanish is spoken. English is only the way to communicate with those who are not Mexicans.

Munoz was referring to the administration’s new policy of “prosecutorial discretion,” outlined in a memo from (ICE), under the command of DHS. Under the policy, immigration officials would prioritize deportation orders, acting only on those involving people convicted of serious crimes or those who pose a national security or public safety threat. In addition, the memo directs ICE agents to consider how long individuals had been in the U.S., whether they had spouses or children who are U.S. citizens, and whether that person had a serious criminal record. Crimes victims, witnesses to crimes, or people who are charged with minor traffic violations, were exempt and would avoid deportation under the compassionate visionaries at ICE. Munoz said the administration is acting within its authority — “but we also all understand that even as we use our administrative authority, make the right enforcement judgments, it is not the permanent solution for anybody, it doesn’t solve our immigration problems. In order to do that, we need the Congress of the United States.”

American citizens be damned.

The crowning blow was the indifference Mexico City displayed in the wake of 9/11. Substantively it ranks as the worst demonstration of Mexican antagonism, but in terms of symbolism it was a reminder of the poisonous attitude held by Mexicans toward Americans and the United States. In his speech on Mexican-European relations in 2002, Mexican President Vincente Fox affirmed that “Mexico is closely linked with the European nations for historical reasons and because of cultural affinity.” “….. it is logical that Mexico approach Europe. We have an identity of values which unites us with the European nations, even more than with our neighbors of North America.” This is the Trojan Horse stratagem, and as usual, any mention of illegitimacy or illegality in regards to illegal aliens will garner nominations for the anti-Mexican award (brought to you by the globalist university- think Lettuce Liberal Foundation, the Ford Foundation, and Univision). The bogus Mexican Studies revisionist history program stopped by an Arizona judge recently was as legitimate as owning property on the Moon, or illegal aliens running across the border in record numbers, giving birth to multiple children and then claiming they are in fact, Americans while speaking only Spanish to them. No, the border did not cross them — they actually did cross the border.

The common thread among these organizations is their quest to grant citizenship (amnesty) to the millions of illegal aliens presently in our country. American citizenship has meaning and is valuable to the majority of us who know the value. Men and women in this country have fought wars, have made enormous sacrifices for it. In a Republic, it is us, the people that establish our government. And we don’t want people to ever have the right to mobilize, vote, deny us of our rights, and to attack our unalienable rights. And when you have a representative Republic, the people choose their representative. And whether they serve in State Capitals or the National Capital, those representatives are supposed to reflect the mores, the traditions, the culture of the people who send them to pass laws.  The people who go to Washington are not supposed to go there for the purpose of changing the electorate, or changing citizenship in any state or the country.

And if they do, they are governing against the people. I don’t want to hear soundbites about the demographics of this country and how its changing, or how Latinos based on the astounding numbers of illegal births and criminal entry are becoming the fastest growing percentage of the population, therefore it is essential that if any political party or politician wants to survive, they must embrace illegal immigration, or else. This is the quintessential racism that if left unopposed, will destroy this civil society. And we Americans, regardless of our race, regardless of our color, regardless of our heritage, must fight this. All of us. Subversives have made the choice to destroy the fundamental nature of this society in order to achieve short term electoral victories.

They are doing it with propaganda, and race-baiting. They are doing it with phony appeals to emotion and passion. It is far from humane, and only those with nefarious plots want to destroy the American society. There are politicians who side with a foreign ideology and seek to change this society in order to strengthen their position in government. It is not suppose to work this way. People can’t just cross the border at will no matter who they are, no matter if they believe it is their right to do so, no matter if for the purpose of having a child who is (through misinterpretation) an American citizen. They then get a pass to stay and use the excuse that deportation will separate families. No parents in their right minds would leave a child behind. When they reach the age of 21, they are able to bring brothers, sisters, grandparents, cousins, and aunts and uncles into the United States. A never-ending nightmare for American citizens. A nation has a right to protect its border.

It’s not racist or hateful to do so. It is our right. If you need validation as to why they are called nation states, just look to Mexico’s immigration laws. We must enforce the laws of this country. There need be any kind of reform – and why is it always those who are predisposed to lawlessness who suggest that our laws need changing? Politicians on both sides of the aisle have chosen to take the treasonous route and are rewarded with temporary gains for tribalism and the balkanizing of this nation, using citizenship as a vote-getting tool, instead of holding it up high as an aspiration. This is not a nativist point of view. This is reality. People are willing to destroy this society in order to advance their culture, language, and political gains that will give them some feigned power over the rest of us. Have you noticed that these advocacy groups no longer promote legal immigration, citizenship, learning English or any other assimilation into this country?

It is an incontrovertible truth that the civil institutions of the U.S. have been seriously infiltrated, our homes have been broken into, all facets of our society breached, and that they now stand in imminent peril from the accelerated and stupendous incursion by those of Mexican loyalty; imbued with the Mexican reconquista chauvinistic mindset; of arrogance, and immoral character by organizations who have deemed American citizens the enemy; who receive under the now time-honored-tradition of cowardice by those elected to office who have turned their backs on the citizens of this country and have surrendered their spines to the invader. When more than half the people of so vast a country do not speak English, do not listen to the same radio and TV programs as the rest of us, do not read the same newspapers, magazines, or books, do not share the same culture, history, or holidays, how can we say with straight faces that we are one nation and one people?

American citizens must decide who we wish to come, and from where. We must set our policies and enforce them. Entry into the country must be designed to serve the need of the nation, not the wants of the Mexican government, La Raza, MALDEF, MEChA, LULAC, or pretend Americans elected to political offices loyal to Mexico first. We must think America first. Coming to this country is not a right that belongs to anybody that can get past a Border Patrol staffed with an overwhelming majority of Mexican nationals. It is a privilege we Americans alone must decide. Far from being moribund, the never-before-seen illegal alien influx is a deliberate and proselytizing incline. It has deluged the culture of this country, raising specious anti-Americans at every step. They, as do the myriad of deceitful of their inclination have a tendency to lash out at those who oppose tens of millions of law breakers, assuming that those of us who do not fall in line can only be motivated by base prejudices of racism and self-indulgence.

Mexico is no longer part of Spain. They have no reasonable right to claim to anything to which Spain at one time laid claim (from ships). They have been taught in their schools that the wicked American government stole their land and that they should take it back. What they are not taught is the fact that the U.S. bought the land for $15 million and that this is America and they have no claim to the southwestern states as their Aztlan. But they don’t want to know about facts. They want to be able to break our laws with impunity and be rewarded for it. And they’ll use any excuse no matter how irrational, incongruous, or nonsensical, that seems to suit their purpose — and their purpose only. And why are American citizens lied to by the government and the duplicitous media when illegal aliens continue pouring into the United States at tens of thousands daily?

As American citizens, we must force our cowardly politicians to revisit Article 4, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution, which states: “The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion. Trite, meaningless, biased, prosaic statements and angst are a bad combination, especially for imaginary friends. The Mexican government, La Raza, MALDEF, Mr. Romero of the ACLU, and those who think Mexico first must discard the useless us against them way of thinking, especially when they are in fact, them.

With their constant pushing, the American citizens will be forced to show them the difference.


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