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La Raza - Gets government funding, promotes violent takeover. Do you want the government funding a radical political organization that teaches violence?

kenan01 2011/06/21 15:59:34
La raza, which means "THE RACE," supports schools that teach the division of the Mexican and American people.

According to a report by Michelle Malkin: "The US Department of Education has forked over $8 million in public charter school grants to La Raza/The Race, which helps propagate such multi-culti claptrap as “Aztec math” in dozens of Mecha madrassas."

"Here’s a reminder of the LA publc schools’ idea of “inclusive”from the MEChA madrassa’s principal:

We don’t want to drink from a White water fountain, we have our own wells and our natural reservoirs and our way of collecting rain in our aqueducts. We don’t need a White water fountain. So the whole issue of segregation and the whole issue of the Civil Rights Movement is all within the box of White culture and White supremacy. We should not still be fighting for what they have. We are not interested in what they have because we have so much more and because the world is so much larger. And ultimately the White way, the American way, the neo liberal, capitalist way of life will eventually lead to our own destruction."


And, the students are taught violent protest as seen in this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v;=PXP...

Are you against government funding for La Raza and la Raza Schools?
Do you think Mexicans are slowly invading this country with the intention of taking over? Do you think that America is too weak to fight back?
Is our government selling us out for votes?

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  • ProudProgressive 2011/06/21 16:48:54
    ProudProgressive
    +4
    It's pretty funny when even hatemongering anchor baby Michele Malkin gets her various racist hate rants confused.

    "Madrassa" is Arabic for "public school", and despite the Right Wing's efforts to paint any school labeled a "Madrassa" as some sort of extremist terrorist training camp, in fact the word simply means "a place where children are taught". The word is most often used in connection with schools primarily attended by Muslims, although religious training is generally not part of a Madrassa's curriculum. It has nothing to do with hispanic culture and nothing to do with Mexico.

    Next comes "La Raza", or more accurately the "National Council of La Raza", which is not a violent group, does not advocate the violent overthrow of the United States (or anyone) but simply fights to protect the rights of those of hispanic descent that hatemongers like Malkin (or Jan Brewer) seek to exterminate. They are in fact widely respected, and receive some of their funding from philanthropic organizations such as the Ford Foundation and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, as well as corporations such as Citigroup and Wal-Mart.

    As for the quote Malkin tries to Breitbart, it is not a policy statement from La Raza, but merely a quote from an undergraduate student about how he persona...

    It's pretty funny when even hatemongering anchor baby Michele Malkin gets her various racist hate rants confused.

    "Madrassa" is Arabic for "public school", and despite the Right Wing's efforts to paint any school labeled a "Madrassa" as some sort of extremist terrorist training camp, in fact the word simply means "a place where children are taught". The word is most often used in connection with schools primarily attended by Muslims, although religious training is generally not part of a Madrassa's curriculum. It has nothing to do with hispanic culture and nothing to do with Mexico.

    Next comes "La Raza", or more accurately the "National Council of La Raza", which is not a violent group, does not advocate the violent overthrow of the United States (or anyone) but simply fights to protect the rights of those of hispanic descent that hatemongers like Malkin (or Jan Brewer) seek to exterminate. They are in fact widely respected, and receive some of their funding from philanthropic organizations such as the Ford Foundation and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, as well as corporations such as Citigroup and Wal-Mart.

    As for the quote Malkin tries to Breitbart, it is not a policy statement from La Raza, but merely a quote from an undergraduate student about how he personally feels about his cultural identity. And if anyone bothers to watch the youtube video, you will find no violence. You will find advocacy that seems pretty tame compared to such gems as teabaggers stomping on the head of a citizen who merely wanted to attend a town hall meeting, or "tea party patriots" spitting on Members of Congress and calling other Members of Congress "N*gg*rs".

    Now, it's clear that Michele Malkin and anyone ignorant enough to listen to her hates all Muslims and believes that they are all terrorists. Equally clear is that Malkin and her hateful followers despise anyone who happens to be of Hispanic (especially Mexican) ancestry, regardless of their citizenship and personal accomplishments. And throw in the increasing hostility the Right Wing in general has shown towards the radical idea of making sure that children get a good education, and you've got a nice, neat Right Wing Hatefest going.
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  • realityjunkie 2011/06/21 19:25:50
    realityjunkie
    +2
    This is so back-asswards. My husband is head of this program at his campus. This post makes it seem like this is some terrorist organization. Total BS and this really shows the ignorance of people. The goal is to increase graduation rates from community colleges and getting them into four year colleges and universities and for them to return to that community as mentors and leaders for others. Many of these students come from very poor backgrounds, have parents who are working in the fields and do not speak English. These students often support their families and often have to share their homes with extended family. My husband has taught and mentored hundreds of adults through this program. Several former gang members who went on to get Master’s degrees and PhD’s. We invite these students into our home twice a year to celebrate them. They’ve gone on to be lawyers, veterinarians, nurses, bankers, and educators themselves. Fail. It does not “teach the division of the Mexican and American people.” It provides a supportive, nurturing environment for them to excel.
  • Idiot r... reality... 2011/06/21 19:42:58
    Idiot repubs
    +2
    They are going to hate the truth, fear and smear is all the right wing has.
  • kenan01 Idiot r... 2011/06/22 04:04:21
    kenan01
    No, the right wing has the votes, so say goodbye to Anti-Americanism. Ding dong the dems are done. wing votes goodbye anti-americanism ding dong dems La raza protest wing votes goodbye anti-americanism ding dong dems La raza protest
  • kenan01 reality... 2011/06/22 04:02:11
    kenan01
    Does he teach at a Laraza charter school? Did you not watch the video of the students taking over a schoolboard meeting or the comments of the principal? You are in denial.
  • reality... kenan01 2011/06/23 04:50:02
    realityjunkie
    No he doesn't. I watched the video. It was a “peaceful demonstration”. Free speech. A protest. Happens all the time in America.
  • kenan01 reality... 2011/06/28 01:02:16
    kenan01
    A forcefull takeover of a schoolboard meeting by chaining themselves to the chairs and shouting over the officials and refusing to yield is criminal. Supporting crime is La Raza's SOP. Mexicans are encourages to take over America. criminal supporting crime la razas sop mexicans encourages america La Raza School protest
    Americans didn't steel the land from the mexicans we won it in a war. The Mexicans took it from the Native Indians.
  • Fannie 2011/06/21 19:07:25 (edited)
    Fannie
    +1
    No I don't, but the conservative christians have been getting away with rape, murder, and abuse and torture for centuries in this country. Too boot, everything they do is tax free. They must have learned from those so called honorable people.
  • unclepat 2011/06/21 17:03:02
    unclepat
    +2
    Ooops, I'm sorry. I though this might be worth checking out until I saw everyones favorite hatemongers name mentioned. Michelle Malkin has absolutely NO credibility with the humans amongst us!
  • ProudProgressive 2011/06/21 16:48:54
    ProudProgressive
    +4
    It's pretty funny when even hatemongering anchor baby Michele Malkin gets her various racist hate rants confused.

    "Madrassa" is Arabic for "public school", and despite the Right Wing's efforts to paint any school labeled a "Madrassa" as some sort of extremist terrorist training camp, in fact the word simply means "a place where children are taught". The word is most often used in connection with schools primarily attended by Muslims, although religious training is generally not part of a Madrassa's curriculum. It has nothing to do with hispanic culture and nothing to do with Mexico.

    Next comes "La Raza", or more accurately the "National Council of La Raza", which is not a violent group, does not advocate the violent overthrow of the United States (or anyone) but simply fights to protect the rights of those of hispanic descent that hatemongers like Malkin (or Jan Brewer) seek to exterminate. They are in fact widely respected, and receive some of their funding from philanthropic organizations such as the Ford Foundation and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, as well as corporations such as Citigroup and Wal-Mart.

    As for the quote Malkin tries to Breitbart, it is not a policy statement from La Raza, but merely a quote from an undergraduate student about how he persona...

    It's pretty funny when even hatemongering anchor baby Michele Malkin gets her various racist hate rants confused.

    "Madrassa" is Arabic for "public school", and despite the Right Wing's efforts to paint any school labeled a "Madrassa" as some sort of extremist terrorist training camp, in fact the word simply means "a place where children are taught". The word is most often used in connection with schools primarily attended by Muslims, although religious training is generally not part of a Madrassa's curriculum. It has nothing to do with hispanic culture and nothing to do with Mexico.

    Next comes "La Raza", or more accurately the "National Council of La Raza", which is not a violent group, does not advocate the violent overthrow of the United States (or anyone) but simply fights to protect the rights of those of hispanic descent that hatemongers like Malkin (or Jan Brewer) seek to exterminate. They are in fact widely respected, and receive some of their funding from philanthropic organizations such as the Ford Foundation and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, as well as corporations such as Citigroup and Wal-Mart.

    As for the quote Malkin tries to Breitbart, it is not a policy statement from La Raza, but merely a quote from an undergraduate student about how he personally feels about his cultural identity. And if anyone bothers to watch the youtube video, you will find no violence. You will find advocacy that seems pretty tame compared to such gems as teabaggers stomping on the head of a citizen who merely wanted to attend a town hall meeting, or "tea party patriots" spitting on Members of Congress and calling other Members of Congress "N*gg*rs".

    Now, it's clear that Michele Malkin and anyone ignorant enough to listen to her hates all Muslims and believes that they are all terrorists. Equally clear is that Malkin and her hateful followers despise anyone who happens to be of Hispanic (especially Mexican) ancestry, regardless of their citizenship and personal accomplishments. And throw in the increasing hostility the Right Wing in general has shown towards the radical idea of making sure that children get a good education, and you've got a nice, neat Right Wing Hatefest going.
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  • kenan01 ProudPr... 2011/06/22 03:50:31
    kenan01
    +1
    You need to do more research into La Ratza. They are teaching hate and violence. Learn before you speak or you are just a sheeple. research la ratza teaching hate violence learn speak sheeple
  • shenendoah ProudPr... 2011/06/22 20:30:09
    shenendoah
    What a bunch of horse hockey. You liberals stumble around with your eyes closed, ignoring what could be a threat to the nation. Your refusal to be aware of what's going on around you could result in your annhilation. Now, that could be a plus but you could also put a good person at risk. Believe me, the enemy will not find you as cute as you think you are.
  • Max 2011/06/21 16:45:13
    Max
    +1
    La Raza is also helping this administration to get the Hispanic vote for 2012.

    "To boost the Hispanic vote, the administration has enlisted support from Hispanic media figures, appointed an experienced Hispanic political operative to run the political side of the Obama reelection campaign, and has maintained close ties to Hispanic advocacy groups, including La Raza. For example, La Raza’s former senior vice president and lobbyist, Cecilia Munoz, was hired by the Obama administration as director of intergovernmental affairs in 2009."

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2011/0...
  • ProudPr... Max 2011/06/21 16:53:48
    ProudProgressive
    +4
    So? Don't all candidates ask representatives of demographic groups they believe will support them to help in their campaigns? How much is the US Chamber of Commerce contributing in money, effort and personnel to support whichever Republican is the last one standing?
  • kenan01 ProudPr... 2011/06/22 03:54:41
    kenan01
    +1
    Only American citizens are supposed to vote in America. Illegals need to pay taxes and learn to speak english to be welcome here. Not murdering cops, drunken driving, child molestation and identity theft. Send the criminals home, oh wait, that's everyone who is here illegally, regardless of color, religion or race.
  • scblues... kenan01 2011/06/22 19:44:41
    scbluesman13
    Don't confuse members of La Raza with illegals. That's just an ignorant generalization. La Raza is an American based group organized by Americans of Hispanic decent.
  • kenan01 Max 2011/06/22 03:52:21
    kenan01
    +1
    Imagine that, Obama's amnesty plan is going to bring him an invasion of undocumented voters.

    imagine obamas amnesty plan invasion undocumented voters Undocumented voters
  • shenendoah kenan01 2011/06/22 20:32:25
    shenendoah
    COOL!
  • Ace 2011/06/21 16:18:36
    Ace
    +3
    I love how people twist words and stories.
    Bet you wouldn't have an issue if they were giving KKK funds, though.
  • tommyg ... Ace 2011/06/21 16:31:18
    tommyg - POTL- PWCM-JLA
    Seems to me, this group resembles the KKK...
  • ProudPr... tommyg ... 2011/06/21 16:51:07
    ProudProgressive
    +4
    Actually, while Malkin's description of the group might sound that way, the reality is completely different. They are no more "terroristic" or violent in their advocacy for the rights of Hispanics than AARP is in its advocacy for the rights of senior citizens, and much less so than the NRA is in its advocacy for the rights of gun owners.
  • tommyg ... ProudPr... 2011/06/21 16:56:49
    tommyg - POTL- PWCM-JLA
    +1
    Or the Tea Party in it's advocacy for limited, fiscally conservative government.
  • ProudPr... tommyg ... 2011/06/21 17:13:04
    ProudProgressive
    +1
    The Tea Party doesn't advocate fiscal conservatism. They simply advocate whatever Roger Ailes tells them to, and they do it in a much more violent and confrontational manner than anything "La Raza" has ever done. If they advocated fiscal conservatism they would be as outraged over handing a trillion dollars in tax cuts to multimillionaires as are the sane people in this country.
  • tommyg ... ProudPr... 2011/06/21 17:19:53
    tommyg - POTL- PWCM-JLA
    +2
    And there it is Proud.....your ideology is exactly why those of us with intelligence can not take you seriously.

    FYI - the Tea Party is outraged over the spending of this government, but don't believe (like you do) that class warfare benefits the country.
  • Idiot r... tommyg ... 2011/06/21 19:45:10
    Idiot repubs
    Spending by a black guy is more like it.
  • tommyg ... Idiot r... 2011/06/22 01:47:48
    tommyg - POTL- PWCM-JLA
    +1
    Boring....

    The first part of your name matches your responses.
  • kenan01 Idiot r... 2011/06/22 03:56:45
    kenan01
    +1
    Oh yeah, don't forget the race card when you have no factual argument! yeah forget race card factual argument Race Card
  • ProudPr... tommyg ... 2011/06/21 19:51:28
    ProudProgressive
    +1
    You ought to spend more time looking not so much at what Tea Partiers say in their sound bites but in what they actually do. Supporting half a trillion in tax cuts for the richest Americans is not fiscally responsible and has been proven time and time again to be detrimental to the nation's financial stability. The Health Care Reform Law is one of the largest long term deficit reduction laws ever passed by Congress, yet the Tea Partiers oppose it. Giving billions in subsidies to mega corporations like Exxon that pay no taxes is fiscal disaster, yet the Tea Partiers support it. Just the other day it was revealed that Michelle Bachmann, the current Tea Party darling, spent TAXPAYER DOLLARS on a political rally by calling it a "press conference" and then not taking any questions. If that isn't fiscal waste, nothing is, yet have you heard ONE Tea Party representative criticizing her for it, much less asking her to repay the American people? No.

    http://crooksandliars.com/sus...

    To categorize the reality of the Tea Party as "fiscally conservative" is like categorizing Republicans like Newt Gingrich and John Ensign as supporting "family values" - they talk the talk, but they don't come close to walking the walk. Maybe if the Tea Party was a real movement instead of simply a corpo...
    You ought to spend more time looking not so much at what Tea Partiers say in their sound bites but in what they actually do. Supporting half a trillion in tax cuts for the richest Americans is not fiscally responsible and has been proven time and time again to be detrimental to the nation's financial stability. The Health Care Reform Law is one of the largest long term deficit reduction laws ever passed by Congress, yet the Tea Partiers oppose it. Giving billions in subsidies to mega corporations like Exxon that pay no taxes is fiscal disaster, yet the Tea Partiers support it. Just the other day it was revealed that Michelle Bachmann, the current Tea Party darling, spent TAXPAYER DOLLARS on a political rally by calling it a "press conference" and then not taking any questions. If that isn't fiscal waste, nothing is, yet have you heard ONE Tea Party representative criticizing her for it, much less asking her to repay the American people? No.

    http://crooksandliars.com/sus...

    To categorize the reality of the Tea Party as "fiscally conservative" is like categorizing Republicans like Newt Gingrich and John Ensign as supporting "family values" - they talk the talk, but they don't come close to walking the walk. Maybe if the Tea Party was a real movement instead of simply a corporate creation they might one day gain some credibility, but right now that simply isn't the case.
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  • tommyg ... ProudPr... 2011/06/22 02:21:18
  • kenan01 ProudPr... 2011/06/22 03:59:07
    kenan01
    +1
    The tea party will boot your sorry president out of office in 2012, because his supporters will not go to the polls twice in one decade. Those that are not in jail that is!

    party boot president office 2012 supporters polls decade jail Mug shots obama supporters
  • shenendoah ProudPr... 2011/06/22 20:48:25
    shenendoah
    Why do you go on and on and on. I doubt if any one reads your essays. Liberals can't read and conservatives aren't interested in anything an obama freak has to say.
  • shenendoah ProudPr... 2011/06/22 20:40:08
    shenendoah
    You consider the tea party violent? I'll bet you're a riot in a room full of conservative Christians. What else do you consider violent and confrontational? Puppies, kittens, goldfish,...
  • tommyg - POTL- PWCM-JLA 2011/06/21 16:12:49 (edited)
    tommyg - POTL- PWCM-JLA
    +3
    I think our Federal Government should stop hand outs to most any group.



    Let them sink or swim on their own merits.
  • Julia tommyg ... 2011/07/24 13:47:11
    Julia
    Well, the federal government should certainly stop giving them automatic weapons, that's for sure!
  • Julia Julia 2011/07/24 13:48:58
    Julia
    By the way, this site is exercising enormous amounts of censorship. It's impossible to post factual information which points out the violent teachings of MECHA or madrassas.

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