Many Hispanics Say Demonstrators Don t Speak For Us New organization launched to counter media misrepresentation Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones/PrisonMessage 1 of 1 , May 3, 2006View Source
Many Hispanics Say Demonstrators 'Don't Speak For Us'
New organization launched to counter media misrepresentation
A new organization is receiving attention for its bold stance against the motivations behind this week's immigrant demonstrations. You Don't Speak For Me is a Hispanic-American coalition that soundly rejects the media myth that the vast majority of Hispanics support the protests and calls for immigration laws to be properly enforced.
The organization rejects the false framed debate that illegal immigration can only be solved by mass deportation or mass amnesty and proposes the third way which is simply to enforce immigration laws that are already on the books, something that the Bush administration has failed to do in its embrace of an open border policy.
Colonel Al Rodriguez, a highly decorated member of the organization, joined the Alex Jones Show to discuss the groups aims and highlighted the racist and violent vision of the Mexican race hate fifth columnists whose openly stated goal is to ethnically cleanse the southern and western states of whites and blacks and erect the mythical kingdom of Atzlan.
"I don't think it will ever come to fruition but there's a lot that really do believe that's where they are going and consequently that's why they're so many illegals over here bringing more and more every day because eventually they believe that all the south west and north west will again belong to Mexico," said Rodriguez.
Rodriguez challenged the stereotype that people who oppose this week's protests are racists, in light of how the Associated Press characterized the demonstrations, in the words of their organizers, as a "day without gringos."
"They start calling you racist, how about Mexico? Mexico is one of the most racist countries in the world in case you don't know it," said Rodriguez.
Hispanic Americans are the most highly decorated veterans since world war two and are incredibly patriotic about America, not Mexico, which is why polls consistently show that anti-illegal immigration sentiment is strongest amongst Hispanics. They know how different America is (or used to be) in comparison to the corrupt Calcutta-like police state of Mexico.
"There are quite a few American Hispanics that have served in the military and they have been very highly awarded as far as their service is concerned," said Rodriguez.
"They're patriotic and they believe in this nation and we believe in the rule of law and when these individuals come over to our country and attempt to fly their flag on flagpoles with the American flag upside down that's where the problems start."
Another leader of the organization, Pete Nunez, a former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, says that "millions of Hispanic-Americans -- including many who have gone through the immigration process the right way -- are offended by the demands being made by people who have broken our nation's laws. We are even more offended that the views of Hispanic citizens are not being accurately portrayed."
"Hispanic-Americans are often the people who are harmed the most by our government's failure to enforce our immigration laws," Nunez said. "More often than not, it's our jobs, our social services, and the education of our children that are most adversely affected by illegal immigration. A massive illegal alien amnesty, with millions more relatives being allowed to enter the country, followed by what will likely be an even greater wave of illegal immigration will be devastating to the country and particularly to Hispanic citizens."
The mainstream continues to bury the fact that the protests were not organic but a creation of the Spanish language media in alliance with Bush administration and Vicente Fox affiliated PR firms.