Squawker recently reported on protestors being bused into Baltimore at a “community organizing event.”
This small demonstration of about 500, led by immigrant advocacy group Casa de Maryland– a La Raza affiliate-, featured a rousing call to arms for revolution. The speaker encouraged the protestors to grab whatever they could get their hands on and rise up.
If you aren’t acquainted with Casa de Maryland, here is their mission and vision:
To create a more just society by building power and improving the quality of life in low-income immigrant communities.
A future with diverse and thriving communities living free from discrimination and fear, working together with mutual respect to achieve full human rights for all.”
These are your typical talking points for advocacy groups. These statements also seem to be contradictory as evidenced by their call to arms.
Why are the supporters and protestors of advocacy groups like La Raza and Casa de Maryland promoting violence and the Reconquista Movement?
If you aren’t familiar with La Raza, which translates to “The Race”, here is the mission statement from their website:
“Since 1968, NCLR has remained a trusted, nonpartisan voice for Latinos.
We serve the Hispanic community through our research, policy analysis, and state and national advocacy efforts, as well as in our program work in communities nationwide. And we partner with Affiliates across the country to serve millions of Latinos in the areas of civic engagement, civil rights and immigration, education, workforce and the economy, health, and housing.
Every day Latinos contribute to our country’s shared prosperity. They energize the economy and strive to make better lives for themselves, their families, and their communities.
Together we will build a stronger America by creating opportunities for Latinos. We envision an America where economic, political, and social advancement is a reality for all Latinos, where all Hispanics thrive, and where our community’s contributions are recognized.”
This is what they claim their mission and vision is, but others have looked into La Raza with more scrutiny and have found some troubling evidence.
The Infowars video below investigates La Raza and airs some protest footage where La Raza members talk about how racist whites are and how they should go back to Europe.
La Raza’s separatist train of thought is the basis of the Aztlan Plan, where Mexican nationalists want to repatriate the land that America won in the Mexican War. Here is an article debunking the validity of the Aztlan Plan.
These are the violent and “revolutionary” ideas that are spouted by supporters of the La Raza and Casa movements. Their “humanitarian” mission and do not reflect the true radical agenda they seek to fulfill.
For example, fliers advocating for white genocide using smuggled drugs have been showing up on driver’s windshields in San Diego for some time. At the bottom of the flier is written, “Latino Power- Viva La Raza.”
The founder of La Raza, Jose Angel Gutierrez, has gone on record advocating the open genocide of white people. “The Gringo must go,” Gutierrez once said in an interview, “…others will come together resist and eliminate the gringo. We will be the latter.”
With all this in mind, how does this organization continue to operate and obtain funding? Who would fund such a hateful group whose mission is white genocide?
Well, if you guessed George Soros, you are correct. His Open Society Foundation has made a $2.41M donation to National Council on La Raza. This is a fraction of the $100M the Open Society Foundation has given to immigrant advocacy groups.
Countries like Hungary, Russia, and Poland have stood up to Soros and removed his influence on their society by shutting down his institutions and barring the Open Societies Foundation from operating in their countries.
EDIT:(7/10/17 3:46PM) Even Israel agrees with Hungary removing Soros.
Should there be an investigation into Soros and his “charitable” causes? There is certainly nothing noble about funding a group that wants to carry out a murderous genocide against another group. One would think that La Raza and their affiliates like Casa, trying to stir up trouble and destabilize a society, would be a cause for concern, or perhaps some scrutiny at least.