Aztlanderos – A Deluded and Dangerous Brotherhood
By Al Garza, Published by The Christian News, November 2012
Too few U.S. citizens realize there is a virtually unrecognized violent faction of pro-Palestinian anti-U.S. activists plotting and laboring to overthrow the states of California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas, and eventually, according to some who follow the movement, the entire United States. They have been on a course of conquest for decades, and they have made deep inroads into the heart and soul of this once-great nation through political infiltration, faulty education, social activism, U.S. enemy alliances, and violent acts.
They are called “Aztlanderos,” and in their “El Plan de Aztlan” they state:
“In the spirit of a new people that is conscious not only of its proud historical heritage but also of the brutal ‘gringo’ invasion of our territories, we, the Chicano inhabitants and civilizers of the northern land of Aztlan from whence came our forefathers, reclaiming the land of their birth and consecrating the determination of our people of the sun, declare that the call of our blood is our power, our responsibility, and our inevitable destiny.
“We are free and sovereign to determine those tasks which are justly called for by our house, our land, the sweat of our brows, and by our hearts. Aztlan belongs to those who plant seeds, water the fields, and gather the crops and not to the foreign Europeans. We do not recognize capricious frontiers on the bronze continent.” (formerly/http://www.aztlan.net/aztlan_historical_documents.htm)
The Mexican War ended when the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo was signed on February 2, 1848 by the United States and representatives of the collapsed government of Mexico. “Mexico ceded all of California, Nevada and Utah and parts of Arizona, New Mexico, Wyoming and Colorado to the USA in exchange for $15 million dollars and forgiveness of about $3 million more in previous debt. The treaty established the Rio Grande as the border of Texas: this had been a sticky subject in previous negotiations. Mexicans and Native Americans living in those lands were guaranteed to keep their rights, properties and possessions and could become US citizens after one year if they desired. Also, future conflicts between the two nations would be settled by arbitration, not war.” (http://latinamericanhistory.about.com/od/Mexican-AmericanWar/p/The-Treaty-Of-Guadalupe-Hidalgo.htm)
Aztlanderos fail to comprehend the finality of these events. They refuse to accept the facts of history and believe they have the right to usurp the sovereignty of the United States because they don’t like the way things worked out. They are also grossly anti-Semitic, empathize with Palestinian terrorists, and have created intimate alliances with Palestinian terrorists. They see themselves as suffering the same fate as Arab Palestinians, believing the southwestern United States is an occupied territory under the oppression of invaders. Aztlanderos can be either Mexican Americans or Mexican citizens, but their common goal of “reclaiming Aztlan” yokes them together into a very deluded and dangerous brotherhood.
Ernesto Cienfuegos of La Voz de Aztlan website wrote in 2002 that then-President Vicente Fox announced he was creating an agency within the Mexican government to “govern, protect and provide services to over 20 million Mexicans now living in Aztlan,” meaning of the
southwestern United States. He stated, “This is a bold move that essentially extends the arm of
the Mexican government into the territories it previously lost during the Mexican-American War of 1848.” And we let it happen.
In another article posted on La Voz de Aztlan, Cienfuegos calls the God of the Judeo-Christian
Bible “Allah,” exposing an errant belief that Islam’s god is one-and-the-same as the
Jewish/Christian God. Further proving a concrete connection between Muslim Palestinians and Aztlanderos, Al Garza, a United States citizen of Latino/Hispanic descent and an expert on the movement, has been making the connection between Palestinian terrorists and the Aztlanderos for years. As he speaks and educates people about this deadly alliance, he proves their affiliation using a group photo showing Yasser Arafat with his arm around Juan Jose Pena, a New Mexico resident, Aztlandero, and La Raza (lit. “The Race”) member at the Second National Convention of the La Raza Unida Party (RUP) in Beirut, Lebanon in 1980. Jose Pena was officially elected Chairperson of the RUP at the Beirut convention.
The Aztlan movement has many faces. Here are two examples:
La Raza (The Race) – broadly refers to peoples who believe they are indigenous to the area of or near Mexico. Mechistas call themselves “La Raza” or “Raza,” but it also encompasses those in different organizations with the same objectives, including but not restricted to The Brown
Berets de Aztlan, OLA (Organization for the Liberation of Aztlan), La Raza Unida Party, and the “Nation of Aztlan”. These groups share the same objective – the liberation of “Aztlan” through the obliteration of the border between Mexico and the United States and other acts of infiltration and sedition.
MEChA (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan or Chicano Student Movement of Aztlan) –
an organization of Hispanic separatists who encourage anti-American activities and civil
disobedience. These “Mechistas” claim all rights to the “lost territories” of the Southwestern
United States they call Aztlan. The national constitution of MEChA states: “Chicano and
Chicana students of Aztlán must take upon themselves the responsibilities to promote
Chicanismo within the community, politicizing our Raza [race] with an emphasis on indigenous consciousness to continue the struggle for the self-determination of the Chicano people for the purpose of liberating Aztlán.” Ninety percent of public high schools, colleges and universities in the Southwest have active MEChA organizations present.
Aztandero Juan Armando Roque de Lara shows the anti-Semitism of the movement in this article found at http://www.aztlan.net/aztlan_nationalism.htm titled Aztlan, Nationalism and the true Enemy of our People. He stated, “During the tragedy of jewish inspired Manifest Destiny and the invasion of Mexico by a rogue United States seeking specifically to extend the boundaries of slave territory, Aztlan was lost with the signing of the now rightly reviled Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo… Had the United States pulled this type of gross aggression in modern times it would most likely lead to World War III and may yet still. The United States today continues to act out the psychotic imperialist impulses of Manifest Destiny. It’s slavish support for the criminal apartheid theocracy called Israel manifests all the early sick fantasies of the Puritans, a hateful sect which left England with the express intent of finding new land and people to rob and murder, emulating the jews of the Old Testament… While law enforcement officers, the INS and vigilante red neck, inbred border killers are the most widely portrayed enemies of Aztlan they are not the true enemy as these are mere pawns. Jewry and its control of the United States government is the true enemy of Aztlan and as long as this zionist noose stays wrapped around the government’s neck this will be true.”
Most American-born Latinos/Hispanics and legal Latino/Hispanic immigrants oppose the goal of “reconquering Aztlan.” They understand the lands in question were legally acquired by the United States, and they live here in peace and harmony, following the law of the land and working alongside other Americans to take care of their families and improve the culture. On the other hand, Aztlanderos can many times be recognized by their obvious disdain and openly hostile demeanor toward people of any heritage other than Latino. The display of the Virgen de Guadalupe on a vehicle or as a tattoo can be an indication someone is an Aztlandero. Unlike the Virgin Mary, the Virgen de Guadalupe is depicted standing on a crescent moon – a Muslim icon. (The story behind the Virgen de Guadalupe is intricate and cannot be adequately covered in this article.)
Throughout the years, Aztlanderos have infiltrated the political scene of the United States at every level. Most notably is Bill Richardson, Governor of New Mexico (2003 – 2011) and U.S. presidential candidate in 2008. Obama attempted to appoint Richardson as his commerce secretary in 2008, but Richardson withdrew his own nomination in 2009 citing a pending “investigation of a company that has done business with New Mexico state government.”
The San Francisco Chronicle reported in May 2007, “One hot-button issue he [Richardson] has had to confront as governor of a border state is illegal immigration. He said he is unequivocally opposed to building a border fence, calling it ‘a terrible symbol’ that sends the wrong message to a friendly neighbor… ‘If I’m president, I’ll tear it down myself,’ he said.” In 1996 when he was in the U.S. House of Representatives, Richardson said, “These are changing political times where our basic and programs are being attacked. Illegal and legal immigration unfairly attacked. We have to band together and that means Latinos in Florida, Cuban-Americans, Mexican-Americans, Puerto Ricans, South Americans – we have to network better – we have to be more politically minded – we have to put aside party and think of ourselves as Latinos, as Hispanics, more than we have in the past.”
In an Albuquerque Journal article titled Rally Pushes Immigrant Rights (with NM Gov. Richardson) (2006) Debra Dominguez wrote, “Before a sea of picketing immigrants, Gov. Bill Richardson took the stage Thursday at De Vargas Park in Santa Fe. The occasion was an Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride Rally, and Richardson wasted no time showing his support for the hundreds of immigrant workers before him. ‘Viva la raza! Vivan los inmigrantes! Bienvenidos inmigrantes!’ he shouted, acknowledging their quest for equality and human rights for the nation’s immigrant work force. ‘Thank you for coming to Santa Fe. Know that New Mexico is your home. We will protect you. You have rights here.’”
‘The governor said he supports the use of the Mexican government-issued identification card, the Matricula Consular, by immigrants in the United States. He said he thinks the federal government should not question the validity of the card. Richardson also said he would be
chairing a commission of Western governors to find a way for immigrant workers to obtain in-state tuition. ‘America needs to open its arms to immigrants as we did in the early years of our history,’ he said.
‘We also need to stop the exploitation of immigrant workers in this country.’
Asela Martinez of Las Vegas, Nev., was one of the many immigrant workers asking for reform. ‘Immigrant workers aren’t being treated fairly,’ said Martinez, who works in housekeeping at a Las Vegas hotel. ‘Legal or not, many of us work hard, pay taxes, earn no Social Security and reap no medical benefits. That’s just wrong.’” (http://www.sfgate.com/politics/article/CAMPAIGN-2008-Richardson-You-ve-got-to-be-2598177.php#ixzz2A07mBTFD)
And lest we be deceived, we must understand the mantra of the Aztlanderos is “Si, se puede” which is usually translated as “Yes, we can” but literally means “Yes, it is possible” or “Yes, it can be done.” Mexican American César Chávez, American farm worker, labor leader, and civil rights activist who co-founded the National Farm Workers Association (later the United Farm Workers or UFW) first used the phrase in 1972. But just as Chavez was eager to enroll Hispanic members in his unions, might there have been the same motive and same desired audience in 2008 when Obama began his mantra of “Yes, we can!”?
Alice Novoa, American-born Latino and local activist, has evidence that voter fraud in the United States is a huge problem among illegals. She believes Obama’s “Yes, we can!” slogan was a clarion call to all Latinos/Hispanics, but particularly a call to illegals who were able to fraudulently cast their ballots for Obama. She solemnly warns the Aztlanderos believe December 21, 2012 is the deadline for their violent occupation, hence all the hoopla about the end of the world according to the Aztec calendar. Mesoamerican people, including the Aztecs and Mayans, used the same 260-day calendar with an identical correlation. Therefore, Aztec dates are the same as Mayan dates.
Prepare, America. Prepare.
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In an interview a few years ago, while running for Governor, Bruce Olsen said, "We are running out of time. I’m convinced I can work with other governors to save our Republic. I have a plan, should our country fall apart. We must be prepared. It’s important that our people become debt free. I am also hoping to change the way we title property. We must see to it that Americans actually own what they pay for. One more thing. We must learn that the individuals that our media promotes for elected office, are the ones we must run from." Bruce Olsen lives in Arizona and shares from The Arizona Sentinel. His main site went down in 2016 and this link contains some of his earlier work. You can still see some of his more recent work via Constitutional Liberty Coalition.