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L.A. union says a lot about itself by endorsing a racist for city council
EAGnews ^ | February 21, 2013 | Victor Skinner

Posted on 02/22/2013 10:45:06 AM PST by Olog-hai

United Teachers Los Angeles made a bold and revealing statement about its radical political principles when the union endorsed Ron Gochez for L.A. City Council this month.

The endorsement is significant for a couple of reasons.

First, Gochez is an extreme left-wing L.A. teacher known for racist, anti-American rants. He also has decades-long ties to the African People’s Socialist Party—which is very open and passionate about its hatred of Jews, whites, Barack Obama, Martin Luther King Jr., Jesse Jackson, Koreans, basically everyone.

Second, the UTLA didn’t have to endorse him. The union’s leaders wanted to.

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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Government; News/Current Events; US: California
KEYWORDS: apsp; citycouncil; losangeles; racist

1 posted on 02/22/2013 10:45:15 AM PST by Olog-hai
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To: Olog-hai

How does a socialist/socialist party hate ubama?


2 posted on 02/22/2013 10:47:52 AM PST by newfreep (Breitbart sent me...)
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To: newfreep

They also hate Desmond Tutu, Jesse Jackson and Martin Luther King, who are also socialistic to varying degrees. The APSP is a front for the racist Uhuru Movement.


3 posted on 02/22/2013 10:57:12 AM PST by Olog-hai
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To: Olog-hai

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRu0wo3DYh0

My transcription:

“A revolutionary Mexican Organization”…” This is not just about Mexico, this is about a global struggle against imperialism and capitalism. But we know that where we now stand is stolen occupied Mexico. And the message that we bring if you want to bring a little bit more of a revolutionary context to this, why is it that these people? These frail racist white people want to keep us out of this country. It’s not simply because of the color of our skin, it’s not simply because they just want to exploit us, let me tell you why. Because on this planet right now, 6 billion people at the forefront of the revolutionary movement is La Raza.”…

…”We have a long history and example of our comondante Fidel Castro Ruiz, Caesar Hugo Chaves, Eduardo Morales, we got Brazil, Equator, you name it, we are nine, nine ??? governments in Latin America right now, and they know something that a one young Argentine cockroach said, it was called a domino theory, and he knew that every single country would go revolutionary. One after the other, after the other, after the other, after the other.”

“So what do they fear? They know that every single country, they know that we no longer will fall for these lies called borders, they know that a Salvadorian, that a Guatemalan and a Nicaraguan and a Mexicano, there is no damn difference, we are all one people. So with that in mind, we see our selves, all of us here, as the Northern front of a Latin American revolutionary movement. There are more than 40 million of our people north of the Rio Grande. That means to them there is 40 million revolutionaries north of the border inside the belly of the beast. So when you think about why do they want to kick us of all people out, that’s why”.

“They know that we now know the truth. They know that we are La Raza, we’re professionals, we are educators, we are revolutionary students, what does that mean? We are just a regular culture anymore, we are a culture of revolutionary spirit. And that’s the fear.”

“So with that being said, I want to leave you with this, as a revolutionary and with revolutionary context, let us be clear about one thing, our enemy is not the minutemen, quote me, our enemy is not the minutemen, because the minutemen are not the ones who have killed over four thousand, six hundred people at those borders, our enemy is the same enemy as Hugo Chaves, that Hugo Chaves has, our enemy is the same enemy that keeps Africa poor, our enemy is the same enemy that keeps Asia poor, Our enemy is capitalism, imperialism.”

“And I’ll finish with this, I’ll finish with this to respect the time. If we are serious about making CHANGE, if you are serious about making CHANGE, let me tell you, the struggle will go on for many more years after we leave UCLA. Reading a book or writing a book, or teaching a class, that is not, that is not part of the movement. What you do 24 hours a day as a professional revolutionary, that is what is going to lead our people and our people to liberation. Viva La Raza.”


4 posted on 02/22/2013 11:11:42 AM PST by Haddit
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To: Haddit

More of the evil in the vein of Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot. True nihilistic socialism (in the vein of Nazism) if ever there was.

This UTLA is still in existence even in spite of being busted holding seminars on how to destroy Israel.


5 posted on 02/22/2013 11:16:26 AM PST by Olog-hai
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To: Haddit

I am one frail white guy with dozens of 30 round mags, their contents waiting for this bozo’s 24 hour a day revolutionaries.


6 posted on 02/22/2013 11:40:35 AM PST by Goldsborough
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To: Goldsborough

A gun won’t do you any good, they are doing it legally by building dense housing along their new transit lines.

All four of the top candidates running for mayor are for this. All four of them want to discourage the use of cars by building this transit barrier that will make it nearly impossible to cross. Providing one third of a building to the poor will allow the developer to build higher.

http://mayor.lacity.org/stellent/groups/electofficials/@myr_ch_contributor/documents/conributor_web_content/lacityp_005875.pdf

The city will partner with the private sector to spend $5 billion in affordable housing.

This is part of that redistribution of wealth Obama was talking about and the Agenda 21 the United Nations is pushing.

Here are a few paragraphs:

A central challenge in the Los Angeles affordable housing market entails bridging the gap between the housing we produce and the housing we need. Housing That Works tackles this challenge by directing public resources toward the production and preservation of 20,000 homes across the income spectrum.

Adding Housing for Families at Every Income Level

The Mayor’s plan focuses on the disparity between what is built and what our community needs, and set specific goals for housing across the income spectrum.

Creating Sustainable Transit Communities

The Mayor’s plan focuses new development in the areas where it makes the most sense – along public transit corridors and close to job centers. Under his leadership, this plan creates 20 transit district plans in 5 years, launches a sustainable community initiative, protects the environment, connects homes and places of work, and improves the quality of life for every Angeleno.

Promoting Mixed Income Housing

Under the Mayor’s leadership the City will adopt a mixed-income housing ordinance, ensuring that every community and every new development includes housing for families of all income levels and expands the housing options for LA’s workforce.

So do you get that kids? Villaraigosa is going to force his Social Engineering, his Integrated communities on us by building massive apartment buildings along the transit lines. That is what he means when he says Mixed Income Housing. Our government is going to select the winners in this world.

The city already owns 30,000 units and he wants to add another 20,000 units. He explains this a little better on PDF page 16.

And Then

http://mayor.lacity.org/stellent/groups/electedofficials/@myr_ch_contributor/documents/contributor_web_content/lacityp_022367.pdf

You will be taken to 110 pages of Villaragosa’s white paper titled
Developing and Implementing the City of Los Angeles’ Transit Corridors Strategy
Coordinated Action toward a Transit-Oriented Metropolis


7 posted on 02/22/2013 11:54:44 AM PST by Haddit
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To: Olog-hai

The SAME TEACHER, Ron Gochez
On this video he has a lead-in with www.uniondelbarrio.org address.

This is what they had to say about that foreinger that lunged at our police with a knife:

Raza rebellion in Los Angeles in protest of Guatemalan worker Murdered by LAPD
Manuel Jamines Xum, a Mayan worker and father of three, was murdered by LAPD on Sunday September 5th, after supposedly threatening police with a pocket knife. However, witnesses of the murder say that Manuel was not armed and that police barked orders at him in English. LAPD claim they issued orders to him in Spanish, yet Manuel spoke K’iche, a Mayan language spoken throughout Central America.

Unión del Barrio has joined the communities demand for justice not only in this case, but in all the instances of police terror directed towards our people; police investigating themselves is not and will never be justice. Historically we have demanded that independent, community based, tribunals be established to investigate these and other acts of police abuse. We demand that these murderers be put on trial for their crimes. And demand full community control of the police. We say that the police must be accountable to the people, not the institution of repression that only serves the interest of the rich.

The police are killing us in record numbers throughout the occupied territories! In Seattle a Native American deaf man was killed because he could not hear the cops yelling at him to drop his knife, a tool he used for his wood carvings for work. In Oakland, there was Oscar Grant, murdered by police officers who were found guilty of involuntary manslaughter, a less serious crime than what the cameras as the scene recorded: cold blooded murder. At the US-Mexico border we have Anastasio Hernández, and Sergio Adrian Hernández both murder by Border Patrol.

We know what is necessary to defend our neighborhoods and our people is organization, Barrio/community defense committees. Now, more than ever, it is important for us as Unión del Barrio, other revolutionary and progressive people and organizations to be with the people in the streets with our brothers and sisters in action.

¡YA BASTA CON LA REPRESION!
¡YA BASTA CON EL TERROR DE LA POLICIA!
¡BASTA CON EL RACISMO Y VIOLENCIA CONRA NUESTRO PUEBLO!
¡BASTA!


8 posted on 02/22/2013 12:01:21 PM PST by Haddit
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To: Olog-hai

The train is loading for Chaosville, track nine..
Democrats in the sleepers, republicans in the baggage car..


9 posted on 02/22/2013 1:59:11 PM PST by hosepipe (This propaganda has been edited to include some fully orbed hyperbole..)
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