Villaraigosa calls GOP a party for 1812

ImageSelf-deportation for illegal immigrants. No rape or incest exception for abortions. With stances such as these, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa told Chris Wallace of “Fox News Sunday,” the Republican Party espouses “a platform from another century, maybe even two.”

Added Villaraigosa, who’s also serving as chairman of the Democratic National Convention: “It looks like the platform of 1812.” Regarding the Republicans plans for the economy, “Reagan would be turning in his grave” to hear some of the proposals coming from party leaders, particularly as it pertains to budget cuts. He continued, “When you see they want to repeal the Affordable Care Act providing 32 million people with health care with no alternative plan of their own. They call for the self-deportation of 11 million people — no country in the world has ever done that. They don’t believe in abortion even in the case of rape and incest.

It’s a platform that’s from another century.”

Fox News’ Chris Wallace pointed out that Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is on record supporting abortion in cases of rape and incest. Villaraigosa went on to say that the Democrats have “a plan to take us forward,“ adding later that former President Ronald Reagan ”would be turning in his grave to hear some of the words that came out of the people at the Republican convention” with regard to the party’s “voodoo economics.”

And speaking of 1812 Tony, one event of 1812 in the history of the United States was a war. There were many sides to this exacting conflict. Taking a serious look at these sides, we see that they extend to some of the issues we face today. One is the meaning and value of U.S. citizenship.

The document that produced the U.S. citizen, our Constitution, was only twenty-five-years-old when the War of 1812 began.  At that time, merchants of the northeast wanted to trade freely with Britain and France, who at the time, were at war with each other. The settlers on the frontier of the U.S. wanted to progress westward with security from the federal government. Two hundred years later, many cities in the U.S. appear ashamed and indisposed to examine the War of 1812. This war is sometimes mentioned as the War of Independence –The Sequel.

The answer like so many to questions before us these days are politically biased. This shame and indisposition is most often seen in feigned multicultural, Democratic Party-corrupted cities such as Chicago, where the Fort Dearborn Massacre, one of the battles of the War of 1812, occurred.

Many who died in the massacre on those shores of Lake Michigan were an element of a first generation of U.S. citizens. Conceivably the most lasting memory of the War of 1812 that Americans would recognize today is “The Star-Spangled Banner,” in which Francis Scott Key wrote the lyrics.

Many go beyond the first stanza of Key’s classic. Francis Scott Key also wrote, “Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just, / and this be our motto: ‘In God is our trust.’ / and the star-spangled banner in triumph shall wave / o’er the land of the free and the home of the brave!”

Because the significance of U.S. citizenship has been so diluted these days, thanks to the likes of Villaraigosa and the divisions of imposters loyal to Mexico, many Americans no longer share Key’s sentiments.  These types of Americans disregard that when we water down the importance of U.S. citizenship, we spoil also the nation and flag that Key celebrated.

To forget the magnitude of U.S. citizenship is to open our society to the evil and corruption of alien cultures and Marxism.  In not holding U.S. citizenship high as an aspiration, we also waste the sacrifices made by the 30,000 Americans who died in the War of 1812.

Two hundred years after the War of 1812, how many Americans know or care about this sacrifice or share any sense of patriotic sentiments?  In the course of two hundred years, the concept of American citizenship has been so watered down that appeals to U.S. citizenship are hardly able to stir the hearts of a so-called multicultural, yet foreign population.

When we say that U.S. citizenship has been diluted, we mean not so much the civil rights that attend U.S. citizenship, but rather the cultural values and beliefs that have now high jacked these efforts. In 1812 the country was young, and citizens were willing to confirm the values of its new Constitution.

Two hundred years later, after wave upon wave of immigrants have come to settle, the United States is no longer young.  For many, the country now seems old and absentminded.  The values and beliefs that motivated the generation of 1812 do not motivate various entities of the current multicultural creation. In the United States today, as in many advanced Western democracies, citizenship can be approved without conceding the values and attitude of the generation born 200 years prior.

When reprehensible politicians say they want to fundamentally transform the United States, they have in mind transforming the values and attitude that motivated the generation of 1812. These politicians will not honor something they consider is in need of transformation.

The DREAM Act, undocumented workers from Mexico (read illegal aliens), and the refusal of the federal government to enforce immigration laws, all of these current challenges to U.S. citizenship make the concerns of those who fought in the War of 1812 impossible for young Americans to comprehend.

So, too, when politicians press forward the lie that “we are all immigrants” to attract votes and pander to an illegitimate demographic, they are simply denying essential events of U.S. history, and are thereby suggesting that there is no difference between immigrant and citizen, or illegal alien and immigrant.

Villaraigosa must have been thinking of the War of 1812 when he made his statement to Chris Wallace.

I remember the day clearly. It was May 17, 2005. It wasn’t a Brown Day as La Raza would proclaim, but a Black Day in the history of California and the country.  During the Spanish Civil War, Emilio Mola Vidal advanced on Madrid in four columns. He referred to his militant faction within the city, who had weakening it from within, as his fifth column. Mexico’s fifth column scored a major victory when selecting Villar, combining hordes of illegal aliens, and anchor babies with lettuce liberals to elect him as mayor of Los Angeles. Tony Villar, aka Antonio Villaraigosa, married Corina Raigosa and combined their last names as his current iteration.

I also recall another day – two of them prior to September 11, 2001, he was paraded through the streets of illegal alien-saturated East L.A., (his old gang turf) in a low-rider celebrating Mexican Independence Day. Sitting on the back seat with him were disgraced yellow former governor and traitor Gray Davis, who was kicked out of office for being the incompetent stupid moron that he is, and the predominantly detestable Martha Lara, who was then consul general de Mexico.

As a former MEChA poster boy and leader, Villaraigosa went to Mexico City and stood with Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo. As Assembly Speaker, he thanked Zedillo for helping kill Proposition 187, which denied benefits to Mexican citizens who broke the laws to enter California illegally. We knew at the time who Zedillo worked for. Many of us knew who Villaraigosa worked for as well.

When I held my nose and opened the paper that morning, I couldn’t believe what I was reading and seeing. Everything appeared to be upside down. How could an elected speaker of the California Assembly give a standing applause to the president of a foreign country for meddling in our politics and thwarting the resolve of the people of California? As many of us in California would eventually discover, Latino political infiltrators have proudly demonstrated that their loyalty is to Mexico and Mexicans only.

Villaraigosa is former Chairman of the UCLA chapter of MEChA, a racist and seditious Latino organization devoted to the “Reconquista” of the Southwestern United States. Reconquista is going well for the Mexicans; as anyone with a pulse is aware of our government’s despicable refusal to defend the border will all probability agree. Members of these radical, anti-American, racist organizations are frequently and efficiently practiced into public respectability by the National Council of La Raza. Villaraigosa, was officially endorsed by La Raza for mayor and awarded its Graciela Olivarez Award. It’s easy to understand why he refuses to condemn the sea of Mexican flags in Los Angeles. The National Council of La Raza and its allies in public office make no repudiation of the radical MEChA and its positions. In fact, as recently as 2003, La Raza was actively funding MEChA, according to federal tax records. They did not thank you for your tax dollars, but I’m quite certain they did thank the generous corporations such as Ford Motor Company.

Behind the facade of the National Council of La Raza lies the real agenda of the La Raza movement, the agenda that led to tens of millions of illegal aliens pouring into the streets of American cities, waving Mexican flags, brazenly defying our laws, and demanding concessions. Key among the secondary organizations is the radical racist organization Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan, or Chicano Student Movement of Aztlan (MEChA), one of the most anti-American groups in the country, which has permeated U.S. campuses since the 1960s, and continues its push to carve a racist nation out of the American West.

One of America’s greatest strengths or weakness depending on how you look at it, has always been taking in “legal” immigrants from cultures around the world, and assimilating them into the country as Americans. By being citizens of the U.S. we are Americans first, and only, in our national loyalties. This is completely opposed by MEChA for the hordes of illegal aliens pouring across our borders, to whom they say: “Chicano is our identity; it defines who we are as people. It rejects the notion that we…should assimilate into the Anglo-American melting pot. …

Aztlan was the legendary homeland of the Aztecas … It became synonymous with the vast territories of the Southwest, brutally stolen from a Mexican people marginalized and betrayed by the hostile custodians of the Manifest Destiny.” (Statement on University of Oregon MEChA Website, Jan. 3, 2006). MEChA is not at all inhibited about their goals, or their views of other races. Their founding principles are contained in these words in “El Plan Espiritual de Aztlan” (The Spiritual Plan for Aztlan): “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.

For La Raza todo. Fuera de La Raza nada.” That closing two-sentence motto is chilling to everyone who values equal rights for all. It says: “For The Race everything. Outside The Race, nothing.”

If these disgusting MEChA quotes were coming from some fringe lunatic group’s website, Americans could at least deduce that it was just a small group of wing nuts behind it. Every racial and ethnic group has moon bats and unhinged unofficial spokespersons who claim racial superiority and demand separatism or some kind of division. But this drivel comes straight from the official MEChA sites at Georgetown University, the University of Texas, UCLA, University of Michigan, University of Colorado, University of Oregon, and numerous colleges and universities around the country. MEChA was in fact reported to be the main organizers of the street demonstrations we’ve all witnessed. This explains why the hordes of illegal aliens were not asking for amnesty. They were demanding an end to U.S. immigration law enforcement, demanding to fix a broken system that is not broken at all, but does not allow them instant citizenship or award them for breaking and entering. Unlike past waves of immigrants who sought to become responsible members of American society, these invaders reject American society altogether, because they have been educated that America rightfully belongs to them.

MEChA and the La Raza movement teach that Colorado, California, Arizona, Texas, Utah, New Mexico, Oregon and parts of Washington State make up an region known as “Aztlan” — a fictional ancestral homeland of the Aztecs before Europeans arrived in North America. As such, it belongs to the followers of MEChA. These are all areas America should surrender to “La Raza” once enough immigrants, or illegal aliens, enter to complete the needed army divisions to take on its objective after first becoming a majority, as in Los Angeles. From there, the borders of the United States will simply be extinguished. This plan is what is referred to as the “Reconquista” or reconquest, of the Southwestern U.S.

But the territorial occupation and secession does not end there. The final plan for the La Raza movement includes the ethnic cleansing of Americans of European, African, and Asian descent out of “Aztlan.” As Miguel Perez of Cal State-Northridge’s MEChA chapter has been quoted as saying: “The ultimate ideology is the liberation of Aztlan. Communism would be closest [to it]. Once Aztlan is established, ethnic cleansing would commence: Non-Chicanos would have to be expelled — opposition groups would be quashed because you have to keep power.”

The nation’s television screens were filled with scenes of huge crowds of illegal aliens carrying the green, white and red flag of Mexico. One would have thought it was a national holiday in Mexico City. Instead, it was downtown Los Angeles – though the scene was recreated in numerous cities around the country with substantial Mexican populations – which, at the rate of illegal entry, will be all.

Hordes of illegal alien Mexican expatriates were protesting the very U.S. immigration laws they were violating with impunity. They found it offensive and a violation of their rights that the U.S. dared to have immigration laws to begin with. Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa slithered to the podium, but any hopes that he would silence the crowds and defend the law were soon given the finger. Villaraigosa has spent his entire life opposing U.S. immigration law and identity.

For law-abiding Americans who have no knowledge, or who have been duped regarding the dark side of the illegal alien invasion, thanks to the duplicitous liberal media and their Spanish-speaking sister stations, all this is immeasurable. For those of us who know the truth about the “La Raza” movement, these demonstrations were a prediction fulfilled. It is past time for all Americans to know what is at the root of this contemptible behavior, and the extent to which the nation is at risk for allowing it.

There are many subgroups coupled to the La Raza movement. The most prominent organization with its racist leadership in which Americans are clueless to is the Council of “The Race.” Its former VP is now Director of Intergovernmental Affairs in the Executive Branch of the White House in the Obama administration and directs domestic policy. They recently concluded another annual racist conference, this one in Las Vegas in which Villaraigosa was a keynote speaker.

Standing before a ballroom packed to the rafters with Latinos at the National Council of La Raza’s annual conference, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said the decision for Latinos in the 2012 presidential elections is clear: “The election is about two paths: One path forward, one path that will take us back,” Villaraigosa said. “One forward with President Obama, to a future of middle class security. One back with Mitt Romney, to a time when Wall Street broke the rules and we suffered the consequences.”

During his speech Villaraigosa also mentioned June as being a significant month for Latinos particularly because of the “impressive” accomplishments that occurred. One of those, he said, is Obama’s announcement to protect 800,000 undocumented young immigrants from deportation and grant them work permits. He referred to the announcement as “a dark cloud that was lifted off the shoulders for thousands of our young people.” “These young men and women were forced to defer their dreams because of this country’s misguided policies, but not anymore,” he said. “The cloud of fear and suspension has been lifted and the door of opportunity is open.” June was also the month when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Arizona’s SB 1070. “The court chose principle over politics and prudence over partisanship,” Villaraigosa said. And although the “odious paper please” provision survived, he said, “There is no way in practice they can implement this law without discrimination.” He warned that the fight against SB 1070 and laws like it “is not over.”

Eric Rodriguez, vice president of NCLR’s Office of Research, Advocacy and Legislation, said he believes Villaraigosa “is certainly well-positioned for even greater leadership and will continue to inspire younger leaders to do greater things.” “I’m certainly hopeful that we’ll continue to see and hear from him throughout the years.” I surmise he meant see and hear him having proven himself to be immorally, unethical, and politically bereft, as he now focuses on the easiest target out there, the schools crowded with the children of illegal aliens, with no real concern for the hard-working teachers who show up and do their jobs day in and day out despite the invasion. He sought to gain control of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) as one of his top priorities as mayor, but failed. But then again, La Raza cannot establish control with a 70% dropout rate for Latinos in LAUSD.

In February 2008, Villariagosa welcomed sycophant Mexican President Felipe Calderon and members of the Mexican delegation to discuss trade opportunities and witness the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Mexico Business Council for Foreign Trade, Investment and Technology (COMCE) and the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce.

Or see and hear that on May 2, 2007, the Los Angeles Times reported that Villaraigosa was under investigation for ethics violations. The executive director of the Los Angeles Ethics Commission accused Villaraigosa of 31 violations of campaign finance and disclosure laws stemming from his 2003 campaign for the City Council. Or on June 2010, a formal ethics investigation of Villariagosa was launched, due to his unreported acceptance of 81 tickets to concerts, awards ceremonies and sporting events. Estimates including 13 Lakers courtside tickets valued at $3,100 each and Academy Awards and Governor’s Ball tickets at $21,000 each—suggests that the value of the tickets could amount to tens of thousands of dollars.

In 2009 the Los Angeles Times published an investigative report questioning the assignment of high-paying government jobs to those with close family or other personal connections to persons in political power, pointing out that California taxpayers pay Marisela Villar, daughter of Villaraigosa, $68,000 for work as a “field representative” answering constituent calls and arranging community meetings. Ms. Villar reportedly has no degrees or any particular qualifications for the position, to which she was appointed by close political allies of her father. “It looks like nepotism,” said Tracy Westen, chief executive of the Center for Governmental Studies in Los Angeles. “It’s the kind of thing the public doesn’t like: people using their power and influence to provide cushy jobs to friends and family.”

Or see as in the controversy that arose in response to the sudden withdrawal of Ricardo Lara and Arturo Chavez from the 2008, 46th District election, which is alleged to have occurred after the two attended a secret meeting at the Getty House with Villaraigosa and his cousin, John Pérez, who had recently announced his candidacy for the seat. The departure of these two serious challengers cleared the field for John Pérez to win the seat. Within months, Villaraigosa appointed Lara to the Los Angeles City Planning Commission. Lara later gained criticism for concurrently serving on the Planning Commission board (restricted to residents of Los Angeles) and running for state Assembly in the 50th District (restricted to residents of the 50th District). No part of the City of Los Angeles is included in the 50th District. Following the Los Angeles Times article, “Legislative aide Ricardo Lara accused of straddling communities,” Lara resigned from the Planning Commission. Villaraigosa topped a list of all-time worst Angelenos chosen by online voters who responded to the Talk Back to Lopez poll of the Los Angeles Times.  Villaraigosa has also received criticism because of his membership to MEChA while attending UCLA and his alleged support for immigration reform (amnesty for illegal aliens).

He has faced criticism due to the frequency and nature in which he holds press conferences, attends photo-ops, and travels (including campaigning for Hillary Clinton). An LA Weekly article by Patrick Range McDonald published on September 11, 2008, presented an analysis of a 10-week period from May 21 to August 1, and determined that “On direct city business—such as signing legislation and meeting with city department heads—his schedule shows the mayor spent 11 percent of his time. Yet the 11 percent of Villaraigosa’s time that the Weekly had identified as being spent in L.A. on actual city work—running, fixing or shaping government policies and actions—reveals that he repeatedly spends that limited time huddling with special-interest Latino groups who have helped him achieve higher office.

In the wake of extensive media coverage of his affair with Mirthala Salinas, a Spanish-language television reporter, Villaraigosa made the announcement that he was separating from his wife. In 2007, Corina Villaraigosa filed for dissolution of marriage in Los Angeles Superior Court, citing irreconcilable differences. Villaraigosa acknowledged the relationship with Salinas. As a consequence of the affair, Salinas was suspended by her employer, Telemundo, and forcibly relocated to the city of Riverside. After the transfer, she resigned. In a New Yorker profile published shortly before the divorce, Villaraigosa acknowledged that he and Corina had had difficulties over the course of their marriage. “In a twenty-year marriage, there are many ups and downs,” he said.

The New Yorker also reported that in 1994, while Corina was undergoing treatment for thyroid cancer, Villaraigosa was involved with a friend’s wife and Corina filed for dissolution of marriage on that occasion. They reconciled two years later. The New Yorker magazine reported that Villaraigosa’s actions had infuriated colleagues who had helped portray him as a family man and had lost him some key supporters.

Villaraigosa also had a connection with Lu Parker, a local television news anchor and was Miss USA in 1994. In July 2012, Parker’s publicist told the Los Angeles Times that the couple’s relationship had ended. He has tried to portray himself as someone who had to rise out of the slums. He claimed to have become an outstanding citizen without the help of anyone but his mother. He said he was raised only by her, as a single mother who struggled to raise him right. Villaraigosa’s mother had remarried shortly after she divorced Villaraigosa’s father. He was actually raised by not only by her, but also his step-father. His mother was not a struggling single parent.

His wife finally divorced him after he was caught in an affair with yet another woman. The woman was a news-reporter who was doing various interviews of him, making him out to be a very upstanding and honest man. And she was sleeping with him. “God knows that I was never an alcoholic and that I never hurt his mother or abused my family,” Antonio Ramon Villar Sr. said in an interview, denying the mayor’s account of his difficult childhood.  “I know the public has been poisoned against me, but this is the truth, so help me God.” Villaraigosa’s claim that his father later gave another son the exact same name he had given him also is inaccurate. That other son was christened Anthony Gustavo Villar. He is a professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Anthony Villar, 45, has gone so far as to personally contact Villaraigosa to confront him on why he has publicly vilified their father, said Estela Villar.

“I don’t believe a man can change so dramatically in the way he behaved around one family and another,” Estela Villar said in a three-hour interview at the couple’s Montebello home. “If he were the way (Villaraigosa) describes him to have been, he would have shown signs with our family –and there were none.”

Estela Villar said her spouse was the “model father and the model husband,” who from the very beginning of their marriage turned over his paycheck, gave her freedom in running their household and to this day asks for only $40 a month spending money, most of which he uses to buy treats for their 11 grandchildren. “My husband has never talked about his life with his other family, and I haven’t pried. But I have my doubts that (my husband) was the kind of spouse and father that (Villaraigosa) has portrayed him to have been. “What his motivation for that is, I don’t know. Could it be for political reasons? Someone else would have to answer that. Do I forgive him for what he has said about my husband? I am still working on that because it hurt my family deeply. “All I can see in this is that (Villaraigosa) is a very bitter man.”

Villaraigosa’s mother, Natalia Delgado, who had three of her four children with Antonio Ramon Villar Sr., died in 1991. Villar Sr. said he and Villaraigosa’s mother dissolved their civil marriage in the late 1950s. Antonio and Estela Villar married in 1960. According to Villar Sr., his ex-wife remarried and with her new husband moved with her family by Villar – including son Antonio Ramon Jr. and two daughters into the City Terrace house where Villaraigosa in later years has said he was raised by a working single mother.

“I saw Antonio sporadically, three or four times later – chance meetings, but I wasn’t close to them,” Villar Sr said. “It just seemed better not to prolong matters. They were a family, and I had a (new) family.” Anthony Gustavo Villar would not talk beyond a brief telephone conversation about his half-brother.

“I can only see that it is only being reopened for a political reason, but I don’t see that it would help Antonio (Villaraigosa) to govern,” he said.  “At this point, it’s a family matter, and we have no wish to have my father’s life written about or investigated.” “What’s important is that the truth is going to be known to those who matter.” Villaraigosa eventually transferred to University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) where he completed a bachelor’s degree in history. It was there that Villaraigosa was a leader of MEChA. At this time, he went by the name “Tony Villar,” but began using the name Antonio in the 80’s. After UCLA, Villaraigosa attended the (PCL), a non-ABA or State Bar accredited “community-run law school” in Los Angeles. Villaraigosa failed the California Bar Exam in each of four attempts, and thus remains unlicensed to practice law.

In a statement, he said “I don’t believe that the details of my personal life are relevant to my job as mayor.” He intends to keep his amalgamated last name. In 2007, some noted that Salinas’ parent employer, NBC Universal, which was conducting a review of her reporting on the mayor in light of the news of the affair, also campaigned with the city of Los Angeles for approval of a $3 billion, 20-year development plan for which they would have needed Villaraigosa’s assistance. Some have called this a conflict of interest, but Villaraigosa at the time said that he saw nothing wrong with the position.

The mayor, who is widely considered to have designs on higher office, has been dogged by rumors of marital infidelity for years. While Corina was undergoing treatment for thyroid cancer, Villaraigosa left town for a few days (without notice) with a friend’s wife after his victory in the state Assembly election, resulting in Corina filing for divorce the day after the election. Longtime Democratic activist and Villaraigosa critic Art Pulido, who has known the mayor since 1978 when he met the then 25-year-old Tony Villar at the Olympus Health Spa in Montebello. “He walked in and reminded me of Zorro,” Pulido recalled. “His hair was slicked back, and he had a little thin mustache, and he reminded me of Tyrone Power in The Mark of Zorro movie.” Pulido, then 24, was a bodybuilder and trainer at the gym remembers an extremely slender Villar, who introduced himself and asked to join the bodybuilders. “He said he’d had an operation and needed to build up his chest muscles,” Pulido recalled. “He said he wanted to be part of this (bodybuilding) team, and we got to know each other.” For the next year and a half, Villar sporadically worked out with Pulido and his group. Pulido recalls that Villar grew stronger, though he didn’t put on much muscle bulk because he was working out with lighter weights and concentrating on repetitions and not weight.

When Pulido saw Villar around 10 years later at a political fundraising event, a transformation had taken place. “He no longer had a mustache,” Pulido remembered. “His hair wasn’t slicked back anymore – it was parted on the side like he wears it now. He was in a suit, and he was wearing these little specs that made him look like a college guy. “I almost didn’t recognize him. I said, `Tony, what happened to you?”

He said, “My name’s Antonio.” I said: “Antonio? So you’re not Tony anymore?” He said, “Yep.” Transformations such as Villaraigosa’s, of course, are part of today’s political culture and the grooming and selling of political candidates. Eric Rodriguez is certainly hopeful that we’ll continue to see and hear from Villaraigosa throughout the years,” but I’m inclined to think that we’ve seen and heard enough from him already.

The American people know there’s a snake in their midst, and must take the necessary precautions and prepare to defend our Republic against this type of enemy…