Check out this 3 part video series based on the National Socialist Movement (NSM) and the German National Socialists (NPD). The video is not from the NS side, however it does have some interesting video footage from Marches in the U.S. and Germany and some key interviews from our side as well.
Commander Jeff Schoep
"If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem."
National Socialist Movement www.nsm88.org
Latino leaders in Nevada and around the country are floating the idea of breaking traditional ties with the Democratic Party and creating a grass-roots independent movement tentatively called the Tequila Party. According to Delen Goldberg at the Las Vegas Sun, the leaders want to pressure the Democratic Party to deliver on Latinos’ priorities much in the same way the tea party has done
“The Tequila Party is a great concept to basically say, ‘You know what? This blind support for you is coming to an end,’” De Posada says. “If you are perceived as someone who will never vote for a Republican, then you’re screwed,” because Democrats will take you for granted, he says.
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In the midterm elections, 64 percent of Latinos voted Democratic, and in Nevada, analysts agree that Latinos’ votes were responsible for Sen. Harry Reid’s re-election. Reid promised to bring the DREAM Act — which would let youths who were brought into the country illegally gain legal status if they join the military or attend college –
Republicans are leading the charge against the legislation. Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) claims some criminals will qualify for legalization (which immigration advocates dispute). A weeks-long hunger strike by dozens of University of Texas students has failed to convince Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchinson (R-Texas) to renew her earlier support for the DREAM Act, her spokeswoman says.
The Tequila Party is still just talk for now, as no Latino leader has publicly backed the scheme. But De Posada says their silence makes sense, as they will want to be sure they have a fully formed plan before they risk angering allies in the Democratic Party. “They’d better be prepared when they come out swinging,” he says. Frank Sharry of the pro-immigration reform group America’s Voice, says he doubts the Tequila Party will ever actually get off the ground. “I do think Democrats should worry because the arguments for the Tequila party are persuasive to me…The frustration is understandable,” he says.
The trigger for the Tequila Party may be if Democrats again fail to deliver on comprehensive immigration reform
“It would definitely induce us,” Fernando Romero, president of the nonpartisan Hispanics in Politics, told the Sun. “We would have to do something at that point to get ready for 2012.”more
thank you battleskin for the above tip
But this isn’t the first we have heard of the ‘Tequila party’, and look how their ‘grass movement’ group demonstrates.
Imagine a group of angry demonstrators toting swastika-festooned protest signs calling politicians Nazis, shouting obscenities and racial remarks and throwing rocks and bottles at police officers sent to keep order. No, these are not Tea Partiers. They are the mob that turned out last week to protest Arizona’s new immigration-enforcement law. This group of liberal rowdies has been dubbed the Tequila Party.
For the most part, liberal media coverage overlooked all the leftist violence. Typical headlines described the protest as “mostly peaceful,” with media outlets avoiding details about why they had to use the qualifier “mostly.” Reporting a near-riot by the opponents of the Arizona law doesn’t fit the dominant media storyline.
Some of the editorial bias is blatant. An Associated Press story about the Arizona immigration law quoted a 13-year-old Hispanic boy saying, “We can’t be in the streets anymore without the pigs thinking we’re illegal immigrants.” The Washington Post sanitized the boy’s views towards law enforcement by replacing the word “pigs” with “<police>.” If a Tea Partier used a slur of any kind, it’s doubtful it would be given the square-bracket treatment. It would probably be a banner headline.
Negative views like this are part of the embedded narrative of Tea Party coverage. But the storyline suffered a tectonic shift when an April 12 CBS News/New York Times poll of self-identified Tea Partiers found that they were not illiterate rednecks, but tend to be older, better educated, higher income, married people. They make up 18 percent of the population, compared with 20 percent who self-identified as somewhat or very liberal.
The Tea Partiers do not incite violence; they are salt-of-the-earth middle Americans who are desperately worried about the misguided policies and wrongheaded vision being promoted by President Obama and his congressional allies.more