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    Bustamante's Campaign: Ties to Racist Group Are 'Non-issue'

    Last week we reported about California gubernatorial candidate Cruz Bustamante's ties to the racist Latino organization MEChA. His campaign today told NewsMax this was a "non-issue" that nevertheless should be addressed.

    We asked Scott Arjun of Committee to Elect Cruz Bustamante why his boss has not publicly denounced the radical doctrines of the nationwide movement, which calls for the annexation to Mexico of the entire southwestern United States from Texas to California and from the Mexican border to the Canadian border.

    Arjun disclosed that he had just fielded 15 calls on the same issue from various media. Consequently, he said, "I advised them [the committee] this morning to address the concern."

    "Why hasn't it been laid to rest before?" asked NewsMax.

    "It's more of a non-issue. The lieutenant governor, of course, does not believe in this annexation thing," advised Ajun.

    "Did the committee take your advice to see to it that the candidate clarifies his position?" asked NewsMax.

    "I think they are going to address it," responded Ajun. "You've got to understand that I've seen this guy in action – his Committee for One California, for instance. His emphasis is in bringing Californians together."

    More About MEChA

    Meanwhile, here are more startling facts about the "bronze" supremacist group, which seeks to bring together only those of the correct skin color and ethnic background. According to California Coalition for Immigration Reform:


    San Diego City College's chapter of MEChA declared that five southwestern states were no longer part of the U.S., lowered the American flag and raised the Aztlan flag in its place.

    In May 1993, MEChA at UCLA spearheaded the riot that caused $500,000 damage when they occupied buildings and demanded full department status for "Chicano studies."


    Miguel Perez of Cal State Northridge's MEChA said, "The ultimate ideology is the liberation of Aztlan." When asked his preference of government, he said: "Communism would be closest. Non-Chicanos would have to be expelled ... opposition groups would be quashed because you have to keep the power."
    Support From Clinton


    At MEChA's California conference in November 1996, 1,000 students and parents were addressed with a focus on the fury about Propositions 187 and 209. Two "Anglo" members of the press were forcibly removed.
    Dolores Huerta of United Farm Workers said at the conference: "We need a Chicano Bill of Rights! President Clinton spoke with me face to face and he said he'll do away with the art of the new welfare reform bill that takes away welfare and food stamps from legal immigrants. You students can join us, and we'll train you to be organizers."

    Cal State Northridge professor Rudy Acuna, adviser to MEChA and self-described socialist, said at the conference: "You are living in Nazi U.S. We can't let them take us to those intellectual ovens."


    At MEChA's national conference at Michigan State University in April 1997, the program said: "We of the university are becoming a privileged few - we become part of the machinery that enslaves our nation. We must reject this and become a nation within a nation with a national plan of action as new soldiers in our struggle for national independence, and an emerging XICANO nation." Apparently Xicano is the new P.C. term for Chicano.
    Not the Most Radical Racist

    California Coalition for Immigration Reform notes that Bustamante says he "wasn't the most radical Mechista" at Fresno State University. It adds, "As its critics might argue, to say you were not 'the most radical Mechista' is a bit like saying you were not 'the most radical Nazi.' Just to have been a Nazi, however 'moderate,' is radical, socialist and evil enough to warrant condemnation.

    "Like Nazism, MEChA has acquired more than a tinge of racism. In their tactics to advance Latinos and 'La Raza,' many of its activists have directed racist attacks against not only white-skinned Anglos but also against blacks, Asian-Americans and Jews – in fact, against every non-Latino group."

    The coalition says: "Again, Bustamante has refused to distance himself in any way from MEChA and its desire to return Aztlan to Mexico. Does he see himself running to become governor of one of the United States – or of the regained Mexican state of Alta California, as the Spanish called the upper counterpart to Baja California in Mexico? This is something he should be asked about by voters and the press at every public appearance."


    Read more on this subject in related Hot Topics:


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  • #2
    Bustamante's Campaign: Ties to Racist Group Are 'Non-issue'

    Last week we reported about California gubernatorial candidate Cruz Bustamante's ties to the racist Latino organization MEChA. His campaign today told NewsMax this was a "non-issue" that nevertheless should be addressed.

    We asked Scott Arjun of Committee to Elect Cruz Bustamante why his boss has not publicly denounced the radical doctrines of the nationwide movement, which calls for the annexation to Mexico of the entire southwestern United States from Texas to California and from the Mexican border to the Canadian border.

    Arjun disclosed that he had just fielded 15 calls on the same issue from various media. Consequently, he said, "I advised them [the committee] this morning to address the concern."

    "Why hasn't it been laid to rest before?" asked NewsMax.

    "It's more of a non-issue. The lieutenant governor, of course, does not believe in this annexation thing," advised Ajun.

    "Did the committee take your advice to see to it that the candidate clarifies his position?" asked NewsMax.

    "I think they are going to address it," responded Ajun. "You've got to understand that I've seen this guy in action – his Committee for One California, for instance. His emphasis is in bringing Californians together."

    More About MEChA

    Meanwhile, here are more startling facts about the "bronze" supremacist group, which seeks to bring together only those of the correct skin color and ethnic background. According to California Coalition for Immigration Reform:


    San Diego City College's chapter of MEChA declared that five southwestern states were no longer part of the U.S., lowered the American flag and raised the Aztlan flag in its place.

    In May 1993, MEChA at UCLA spearheaded the riot that caused $500,000 damage when they occupied buildings and demanded full department status for "Chicano studies."


    Miguel Perez of Cal State Northridge's MEChA said, "The ultimate ideology is the liberation of Aztlan." When asked his preference of government, he said: "Communism would be closest. Non-Chicanos would have to be expelled ... opposition groups would be quashed because you have to keep the power."
    Support From Clinton


    At MEChA's California conference in November 1996, 1,000 students and parents were addressed with a focus on the fury about Propositions 187 and 209. Two "Anglo" members of the press were forcibly removed.
    Dolores Huerta of United Farm Workers said at the conference: "We need a Chicano Bill of Rights! President Clinton spoke with me face to face and he said he'll do away with the art of the new welfare reform bill that takes away welfare and food stamps from legal immigrants. You students can join us, and we'll train you to be organizers."

    Cal State Northridge professor Rudy Acuna, adviser to MEChA and self-described socialist, said at the conference: "You are living in Nazi U.S. We can't let them take us to those intellectual ovens."


    At MEChA's national conference at Michigan State University in April 1997, the program said: "We of the university are becoming a privileged few - we become part of the machinery that enslaves our nation. We must reject this and become a nation within a nation with a national plan of action as new soldiers in our struggle for national independence, and an emerging XICANO nation." Apparently Xicano is the new P.C. term for Chicano.
    Not the Most Radical Racist

    California Coalition for Immigration Reform notes that Bustamante says he "wasn't the most radical Mechista" at Fresno State University. It adds, "As its critics might argue, to say you were not 'the most radical Mechista' is a bit like saying you were not 'the most radical Nazi.' Just to have been a Nazi, however 'moderate,' is radical, socialist and evil enough to warrant condemnation.

    "Like Nazism, MEChA has acquired more than a tinge of racism. In their tactics to advance Latinos and 'La Raza,' many of its activists have directed racist attacks against not only white-skinned Anglos but also against blacks, Asian-Americans and Jews – in fact, against every non-Latino group."

    The coalition says: "Again, Bustamante has refused to distance himself in any way from MEChA and its desire to return Aztlan to Mexico. Does he see himself running to become governor of one of the United States – or of the regained Mexican state of Alta California, as the Spanish called the upper counterpart to Baja California in Mexico? This is something he should be asked about by voters and the press at every public appearance."


    Read more on this subject in related Hot Topics:


    California Governors Race
    Clinton Scandals
    DNC
    Immigration/Borders
    Latin America

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    • #3
      posted August 27, 2003 01:04 AM
      Bustamante's Campaign: Ties to Racist Group Are 'Non-issue'

      Last week we reported about California gubernatorial candidate Cruz Bustamante's ties to the racist Latino organization MEChA. His campaign today told NewsMax this was a "non-issue" that nevertheless should be addressed.

      We asked Scott Arjun of Committee to Elect Cruz Bustamante why his boss has not publicly denounced the radical doctrines of the nationwide movement, which calls for the annexation to Mexico of the entire southwestern United States from Texas to California and from the Mexican border to the Canadian border.

      Arjun disclosed that he had just fielded 15 calls on the same issue from various media. Consequently, he said, "I advised them [the committee] this morning to address the concern."

      "Why hasn't it been laid to rest before?" asked NewsMax.

      "It's more of a non-issue. The lieutenant governor, of course, does not believe in this annexation thing," advised Ajun.

      "Did the committee take your advice to see to it that the candidate clarifies his position?" asked NewsMax.

      "I think they are going to address it," responded Ajun. "You've got to understand that I've seen this guy in action – his Committee for One California, for instance. His emphasis is in bringing Californians together."

      More About MEChA

      Meanwhile, here are more startling facts about the "bronze" supremacist group, which seeks to bring together only those of the correct skin color and ethnic background. According to California Coalition for Immigration Reform:


      San Diego City College's chapter of MEChA declared that five southwestern states were no longer part of the U.S., lowered the American flag and raised the Aztlan flag in its place.

      In May 1993, MEChA at UCLA spearheaded the riot that caused $500,000 damage when they occupied buildings and demanded full department status for "Chicano studies."


      Miguel Perez of Cal State Northridge's MEChA said, "The ultimate ideology is the liberation of Aztlan." When asked his preference of government, he said: "Communism would be closest. Non-Chicanos would have to be expelled ... opposition groups would be quashed because you have to keep the power."
      Support From Clinton


      At MEChA's California conference in November 1996, 1,000 students and parents were addressed with a focus on the fury about Propositions 187 and 209. Two "Anglo" members of the press were forcibly removed.
      Dolores Huerta of United Farm Workers said at the conference: "We need a Chicano Bill of Rights! President Clinton spoke with me face to face and he said he'll do away with the art of the new welfare reform bill that takes away welfare and food stamps from legal immigrants. You students can join us, and we'll train you to be organizers."

      Cal State Northridge professor Rudy Acuna, adviser to MEChA and self-described socialist, said at the conference: "You are living in Nazi U.S. We can't let them take us to those intellectual ovens."


      At MEChA's national conference at Michigan State University in April 1997, the program said: "We of the university are becoming a privileged few - we become part of the machinery that enslaves our nation. We must reject this and become a nation within a nation with a national plan of action as new soldiers in our struggle for national independence, and an emerging XICANO nation." Apparently Xicano is the new P.C. term for Chicano.
      Not the Most Radical Racist

      California Coalition for Immigration Reform notes that Bustamante says he "wasn't the most radical Mechista" at Fresno State University. It adds, "As its critics might argue, to say you were not 'the most radical Mechista' is a bit like saying you were not 'the most radical Nazi.' Just to have been a Nazi, however 'moderate,' is radical, socialist and evil enough to warrant condemnation.

      "Like Nazism, MEChA has acquired more than a tinge of racism. In their tactics to advance Latinos and 'La Raza,' many of its activists have directed racist attacks against not only white-skinned Anglos but also against blacks, Asian-Americans and Jews – in fact, against every non-Latino group."

      The coalition says: "Again, Bustamante has refused to distance himself in any way from MEChA and its desire to return Aztlan to Mexico. Does he see himself running to become governor of one of the United States – or of the regained Mexican state of Alta California, as the Spanish called the upper counterpart to Baja California in Mexico? This is something he should be asked about by voters and the press at every public appearance."


      Read more on this subject in related Hot Topics:


      California Governors Race
      Clinton Scandals
      DNC
      Immigration/Borders
      Latin America




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      • #4
        I hardly see this as a "non-issue". My tax dollars are paying for those racist students to advocate the overthrow of several of our states.In an interview on Fox News with Tony Snow this morning, Cruz once again refused to denounce this group. If we were advocating for a whites only California, it would be Headline News in papers across the country.And what about "La Raza" The Race. Can I start El Whitey??It's time to stand up and say enough!!I am tired of paying for illegals to have things {food stamps-medical care ect.)that I can't get.Did you know that if you have cable TV you can get all the English speaking chanels translated into Spanish, but they don't translate the Spanish speaking chanels into English?? Which means I pay the same thing as someone who speaks Spanish , but I get 6 or 7 less chanels!!I do medical billing five days a week, and I KNOW how many of these people are getting free medical care. We add 20 to 30 every week. It's no wonder CA. is going broke. I also work a s a bartender weekend nights. And I can tell you that from the conversations I hear, there are MANY VERY ANGRY people that have reached the point of action. I think we will see a groundswell of suport to bring back prop. 187 when Davis is gone. The polls show that it would win by a larger margin than before if it were on the ballot today.

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        • #5
          I hardly see this as a "non-issue". My tax dollars are paying for those racist students to advocate the overthrow of several of our states.In an interview on Fox News with Tony Snow this morning, Cruz once again refused to denounce this group. If we were advocating for a whites only California, it would be Headline News in papers across the country.And what about "La Raza" The Race. Can I start El Whitey??It's time to stand up and say enough!!I am tired of paying for illegals to have things {food stamps-medical care ect.)that I can't get.Did you know that if you have cable TV you can get all the English speaking chanels translated into Spanish, but they don't translate the Spanish speaking chanels into English?? Which means I pay the same thing as someone who speaks Spanish , but I get 6 or 7 less chanels!!I do medical billing five days a week, and I KNOW how many of these people are getting free medical care. We add 20 to 30 every week. It's no wonder CA. is going broke. I also work a s a bartender weekend nights. And I can tell you that from the conversations I hear, there are MANY VERY ANGRY people that have reached the point of action. I think we will see a groundswell of suport to bring back prop. 187 when Davis is gone. The polls show that it would win by a larger margin than before if it were on the ballot today.

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          • #6
            there is about 10 million illegal alians in california,causing the state to go bankrupt,lets send these people back,start a guest worker program,get mexico to pay for there health care,insurance,food stamps. Why should the white people pay?????????????????????

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