The Race Industry
The Ford Foundation
Read about the Ford Foundation, MALDEF and The Funding of Hate.
MALDEF press release, May 4, 2004, "MALDEF Applauds Introduction Of Comprehensive Immigration Reform Legislation":
MALDEF joins hundreds of organizations across the country, in a broad-based coalition, to support the Safe, Orderly, Legal Visas and Enforcement Act of 2004 ("SOLVE Act") and urge Congress to pass it.
"MALDEF has continually advocated for an 'earned legalization.' Immigrants [illegal aliens] who demonstrate that they pay taxes, have a job, and pass a security test should be able to qualify for legal status."
As the larger, more comprehensive legislation is debated, MALDEF urges Congress to pass AgJOBS (S. 1645) for the agricultural sector, and the DREAM Act (S. 1545) for students, which are bipartisan solutions to current inequities facing America’s immigrant community.
See the list of contributors to MALDEF (See the contributors section in this annual report). MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund) encourages illegal immigration - see this news release, stating:
Were you arrested recently by the U.S. Border Patrol? Or did you know of someone who was? MALDEF is launching an investigation into the conduct of the Border Patrol during recent raids in Southern California.
See information about The National Council of La Raza ("The Race"). Also see the list of contributors to the National Council of La Raza ("The Race").
See the article Chicano group denied funding - Stanford University students have voted to stop funding the Chicano group MEChA after a series of articles in the conservative Stanford Review accused the organization of racism.
See the MEChA U.C. Santa Cruz website and constitution. Also see:
MEChA University of Oregon El Plan Espiritual de Aztlán.
MEChA Berkeley documents.
Bustamante, MEChA and the media, by Michelle Malkin, August 20, 2003.
"For La Raza todo. Fuera de La Raza nada" ...
"For the race, everything. For those outside the race, nothing."
Morris Dees and the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC)
- Update: SPLC RATED "POOR" by Charity Navigator - Net Assets $152 million!
- The Church of Morris Dees
- Lump of Coal
- When a hate crime is something to love:
"'You are a fraud and a con man,' Stephen Bright, director of the Southern Center for Human Rights,... once told him. 'You spend so much, accomplish so little, and promote yourself so shamelessly.'"
"White guilt can be manipulated with black pain, but it has to be done carefully. It's a sordid scam. Some people would call what Morris Dees does a hate crime, but it's a living, and a very good one."
- Morris Dees Fact Sheet
- Photos - The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) Expands
- Southern Poverty Law Center’s Heidi Beirich Goes Fishing, by D.A. King, September 27, 2005
- Anti-defamation League - see article The Anti-Defamation League And La Raza: Old Dogs, Old Tricks, by Bryanna Bevens, VDare.com, April 25, 2006
- Aztlan and Amalgamation, by William Norman Grigg, The New American, May 6, 2002
- Mexicans Have Plans for the American Southwest, by Brenda Walker, Limits to Growth
- Mexicans: Southwest U.S. is ours; Poll also shows Americans want military on border, by Jon Dougherty, WorldNetDaily.com, June 12, 2002
- Poll: US-Mexico border opinions differ, UPI, June 12, 2002
- Professor Predicts 'Hispanic Homeland', by The Associated Press, 2002
- Race, California’s Final Solution, by Patrick Rooney, The Washington Dispatch, September 3, 2003
- The Road To Aztlan, by David Orland, Boundless Webzine, 2002-2003 feature articles.
- La Raza -Chicano Activism in California, by Diana Hull, The Social Contract (Summer 1999)
- Leader Of Racist Aztlan Movement Calls For French-Style Riots In US
On the streets
Some may think that the reconquista agenda is a myth. The streets, however, tell a different story. On May 14, 2005, hundreds of reconquistas shouted racist epithets at American protesters at Baldwin Park, California. What happened there offers a glimpse into America's future.
"Osama Bin Laden Rules... Zarqawi the Gringo Killer... Yes! Yes!"
"This is our country... Go back to Europe..."
"Go back to England... Go home gringo!"
"Too bad Osama Bin Laden didn't have a hydrogen bomb to drop on that Jewish shit hole called Manhattan..."
"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 Aztlán 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."
"For La Raza to do. Fuera de La Raza nada."
None of us here at TAR believes President Bush, Senator Kennedy or Senator McCain when they tell us that their latest amnesty plan will stop illegal immigration. Do You?
Press release: Latino Groups Unite in Condemning REAL ID
Call on Congress and the Administration to Finally Fix the Broken Immigration System
May 5, 2005
Latino Groups Unite
National Latino groups are united in opposing REAL ID. National security is a top concern for the Latino community, but REAL ID will not keep America any safer. What REAL ID will do is decrease access to driver’s licenses and identification documents for immigrants, including legal immigrants, as well as currently undocumented trafficking victims, asylum seekers, and innocent children who may be eligible for immigration relief. REAL ID will make American roads and communities less safe and impose national ID requirements....
Read the complete news release.