La Raza and Jews on Collision Course in Alta California
LA VOZ DE AZTLAN EDITORIAL
There are now significant signs of an impending collision between La Raza and Jews in California. The signs were first manifested during the state’s 1998 election primary when a Mexicano defeated the Jewish candidate Richard Katz in the state’s 20th Senate District and when the wealthy Jew, Ron Unz, was successful in having an anti-bilingual education initiative approved by the state’s electorate. The battle lines between Mexicanos and Jews in California have been drawn and they have been drawn most clearly in the City of Los Angeles.
La Raza’s battle for the 20th Senate District is a perfect example of how the Jews will fight tooth and nail to maintain their dominance in state government. The victorious battle by La Raza in the 20th S.D., which is located in the middle of the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles, was only a small skirmish of a larger battle that is about to occur as we seek more equitable proportional representation in state and local governments.
The Jews of California, about 3% of the state’s population, have an overwhelming and disproportionate share of the state’s wealth which they utilize effectively to wield immense influence on the state’s political apparatus principally through dominance of the Democratic Party. Both U.S Senators of the state are ladies of Jewish descent and there is no sector of California society, either private or public, in which Jews are not significant policy makers. The sectors that they can not control directly, they will do it indirectly through the purchase of influence as well as the cunning manipulation of ethnic and other minorities.
La Raza’s victory in the 20th Senate District has been a turning point in the relationship between Mexicanos and Jews. It is the very first time that a significant clash for political control, at the state level, has taken place between the two ethnic groups.
Political representation in Los Angeles County is presently determined along racial and ethnic lines. For example, the Congressional Delegation of the county is presently divided between Mexicanos, Afro-Americans, Jews and Whites. There are four Congresspersons of Mexican descent (Becerra, Solis, Roybal, Napolitano) , three of African descent, two of Jewish descent (Waxman, Berman) and the rest are Whites. They each represent districts where the majority of the population are of the same racial or ethnic group as they are. The same is true with state assembly and state senate districts.
The 20th Senate District was one in transition where Mexicanos were barely outnumbering Jews. The race became wide open when Herschel Rosenthall, a Jew, could not run for re-election because of term limits. A very popular Mexicano by the name of Richard Alarcon, then a Los Angeles City Councilman, decided to challenge the Jewish domination of the senate district by declaring himself a candidate against the Jew Richard Katz . He won by a mere 29 votes but the bloody battle between the Jews and La Raza left a bitter aftermath that has had negative repercussions to this day.
The Jews are sore losers and they did not take the defeat graciously. They insinuated that Mexicans were racists and anti-semitic simply because we challenged them and beat them politically.
American Jewish Committee Teams up with Hispanic Racialist Group, La Raza
By BINYAMIN AXELROD
March 11, 2010 – San Francisco, CA – PipeLineNews.org – According to an Israeli news report, a number of Hispanic activists are visiting Israel on a trip sponsored by the American Jewish Committee’s Project Interchange.
Some of these guests of the AJC are members of the controversial group La Raza.
The National Council of La Raza <National Council of The Race> is primarily a left-wing organization which advocates Hispanic racial supremacy, undermining counter terrorism efforts in the United States through its advocacy of illegal immigration. The NCLR also has reportedly funded MEChA in the past, a virulently anti-Semitic group which is working towards making the American Southwest into a Hispanic nation – under foreign control.
“Twelve of America’s most prominent Latina <Latin American female> leaders are currently visiting Israel for intensive dialogue and briefings…The Project Interchange seminar will run through March 14 and was organized in cooperation with the AJC Latino and Latin American Institute and the National Council of La Raza (NCLR).”<source,http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/136424>
Discover the Networks highlights La Raza’s radical nature: