Working for logical immigation reform based on a stable population, a recognition of the finite nature of our natural resources and the adverse impact of continued growth on our quality of life, standard of living, national interest, character, language, sovereignty and the rule of law. Pushing back and countering the disloyal elements in American society and the anti-American rhetoric of the leftwing illegal alien lobbies. In a debate, when your opponents turn to name calling, it's a good sign you've already won.

Sunday, August 5, 2007


"Everything for the race. Everything outside the race, nothing."

MEChA Constitution says (Article II, section 1): "General membership shall consists of any student who accepts, believes and works for the goals and objectives of MEChA, including liberation of Atzlan, meaning self-determination of our people in this occupied state and the physical liberation of our land."

The acronym MEChA stands for "Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan." or "Chicano Student Movement of Aztlan."

MEChA is an Hispanic separatist organization that encourages anti-American activities and civil disobedience. The radical members of MEChA who refer to themselves as "Mechistas," romanticize Mexican claims to the "lost Territories" of the Southwestern United States -- a Chicano country called Aztlan. In its national constitution, MEChA calls for self-determination by its members to liberate Aztlan. MEChA's national constitution starts out: "Chicano and Chicana students of Aztlán must take upon themselves the responsibilities to promote Chicanismo within the community, politicizing our Raza with an emphasis on indigenous consciousness to continue the struggle for the self-determination of the Chicano people for the purpose of liberating Aztlán."

These anti-American "Mechistas" live with the false illusion that they are being racially discriminated against because they are Latinos while totally dismissing the idea that maybe it is their ideology that is being discriminated against.


ultima said...

When non-Raza students complained about this UC San Diego student student newspaper as being racist, MEChA was one of about 20 Raza organizations pledging their support for this publication of hate. Antonio Villaraigosa, Cruz Bustamante, Raul Grijalva, and other prominent Latino politicians say to this day, that they are proud to have been Mechistas.

Anonymous said...

So? Why are you ranting against these idiots and not others? You do not actually think that Bush, Congress, the Senate, the American Chamber of Commerce, and the American Catholic church need La Raza to maintain the current open labor market policy, do you?

ultima said...

Actually I have posted rants about Bush, the cheap labor lobbies,the congress, the senate, chambers of commerce and the Catholic church in one or more of the regular MATT forums. To summarize here, they are all culpable: in their failures to enforce the law, for getting involved in stupid wars, for destroying America to get their collection plates filled,and for destroying America to get cheap labor. None of this, of course, excuses the gross disloyalty of MEChA and those who support this racist organization.

ultima said...

I rant at these idiots because there are so many of them and because, in the end, they may be more dangerous than Bush, et. al.. Bush will be gone. MEChA will remain.

Anonymous said...

The oligarchs will remain with Bush as their puppet or another one. Multiculturalism and the organizations that parrot the official line are just a distraction. You are being distracted.

ultima said...

I am reminded of a time when someone referred to the mayor of Chicago as an SOB. President Roosevelt agreed, "Yes, but he's our SOB!"

ultima said...

Mayor of Chicago

For nearly his entire administration, Cermak had to deal with a major tax revolt. From 1931 to 1933, the Association of Real Estate Taxpayers mounted a "tax strike." At its height, ARET, which was headed by John M. Pratt and James E. Bistor, had over thirty thousand members. Much to Cermak's dismay, it successfully slowed down the collection of real estate taxes through litigation and promoting refusal to pay. In the meantime, the city found it difficult to pay teachers and maintain services.

[edit] Assassination

While shaking hands with President-elect Franklin D. Roosevelt at Bayside Park on February 15, 1933, Cermak was shot[4] in the lung and seriously wounded when Giuseppe Zangara, alleged at the time to be attempting to assassinate Roosevelt, hit Cermak instead.

Later, rumors circulated that Cermak, not Roosevelt, had been the intended target, as his promise to clean up Chicago's rampant lawlessness posed a threat to Al Capone and the Chicago organized crime syndicate. One of the first people to suggest the organized crime theory was reporter Walter Winchell, who happened to be in Miami the evening of the shooting. Zangara repeatedly said, and the Miami Police agreed with him that he never got off more than three rounds from his pistol. Furthermore, Zangara's pistol was manufactured to fire five rounds, yet police recovered seven bullets from the scene. Later, while Roosevelt waited in the halls of the Jackson Memorial Hospital where Cermak was being treated, he pointed out to his Secret Service detail, that not one of the six people shot was near him when they were hit. In fact, they were at least thirty feet away from him, but only two or three feet away from Cermak. He added Zangara had not fired a single shot at him during the eight-minute window that was his speech. Roosevelt concluded that Zangara was "a Chicago gangster" sent to kill Cermak and said as much for the rest of his life. Cermak was quoted as saying "I'm glad it was me instead of you" to Roosevelt while headed to the hospital.

Long-time Chicago newsman Len O'Connor offers a different view of the events surrounding Cermak's death. He has written that aldermen "Paddy" Bauler and Charlie Weber informed him that relations between Cermak and FDR were strained because Cermak fought FDR's nomination at the Democratic convention in Chicago, and the legend that his last words were "I'm glad it was me instead of you" was, according to O'Connor , totally fabricated by Weber and Bauler.

Cermak died of his wounds on March 6 and was interred at Bohemian National Cemetery in Chicago. The mayor's death was followed by a struggle for succession to his party chairmanship and to the mayor's office.

ultima said...

MEChA is a subversive organization and should be treated as such. Federal Aid to colleges that permit this organization on their campuses should be withheld.