Skip to comments.Hear The Individual Audio Clips of SB Meeting With Joe Baca and Armando Navarro (pics)
Posted on 01/16/2006 7:03:50 AM PST by Ladycalif
January 12th , 2006:
An "emergency" meeting of anti-American separatist leaders was held on Jan 12th in a public library in San Bernardino. They are outraged over HR 4437, the first bill that proposed actually securing our border before considering any amnesty proposals. A few minutemen attended this summit, and one of them, Gregg made this recording.
The speakers all share one common theme:
SECURING THE BORDER THREATENS THEIR LIVELIHOOD AND THREATENS THEIR FUNDING AND THREATENS THEIR POWER BASE.
You will hear no Pledge of Allegiance nor is there any flag present, American or otherwise.
You will hear no gratitude to America for all that it has given these immigrants, legal and illegal alike. None. Not once is America evoked as a positive.
Think about the implications of what the speakers are saying in light of the fact they seem to hate anyone who is not pro-reconquest (pro Mexico retaking the American southwest, known as Aztlan)
Pay special attention to Navarro's words: "We have the armor. We have the infantry. We have the artillery, and we have to combine it under one organized command so we can wage an effective conovele(?) war against those racists that are trying to continue to discriminate and impede our development as a people".
I forgot the link..
I do hope that someone with arrest authority is wathing this nut job Navarro 24-7.
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Sounds like sedition to me...
Protect our borders and coastlines from all foreign invaders!
Support our Minutemen Patriots!
Be Ever Vigilant ~ Bump!
He needs a lead injection between the eyes.
Here's something that may help out with Prof. Navarro.
Unwelcome sunshine at UCLA
snip -The Bruin Alumni Association, a year old group of conservative bent, is drawing fire for its activities aimed at exposing leftist indoctrination in the classroom. It has started UCLAprofs.com to collect and publicize information about faculty leftism, particularly as it verges into classroom indoctrination. The Los Angeles Times reports:
A fledgling alumni group headed by a former campus Republican leader is offering students payments of up to $100 per class to provide information on instructors who are abusive, one-sided or off-topic in advocating political ideologies.
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