A Declaration of Loyalty to the United States of America – chain letter ‘du jour’
September 30, 2010 § Leave a comment
Someone sent me the following letter via email, and I too share the sentiment so I decided to post it on my blog today. As you might have gathered from reading my blog, I myself am of Cuban descent…I came to the USA when I was a teenager. I could have written this myself..
Cuban immigrants reject communism because we lived under a Communist Utopia and we’re not going to be duped by Communists/Socialist here in the LAND OF THE FREE.
As for “La Raza”, which means “The RACE” in Spanish (for those of you who don’t know).. it is a Communist organization. A MEXICAN invention of an imaginary race that has never existed. Why is that the same liberals who decry whites and conservatives as racists, encourage racism when it presents itself as “black pride” [read more here” “Whites Blacks & Racist Democrats” The Untold History of Race & Politics Within the Democratic Party From 1792-2009] or “La Raza”? Aztlan fabrication has been imported into American politics primarily by the Democratic Party (but also including George Bush’s appointment of LaRaza member, former Attorney General Al Gonzalez), and is being used to undermine national security through the illegal immigration/border security disputes.
Communist Elites fool the ignorant and the wishful thinker and divide a nation in classes , (divide and you shall conquer) divide the rich against the poor, the illiterate against the educated and the black against the white. They promise to bring justice and equality to all, and everyone follows…Read my post Once Upon A Time…‘Those who can’t remember the past are condemned to repeat it.’ after you’ve read this post :0)
Socialism/Communism is simply — Modern Slavery…
Also read another related post: “Uncle Sam’s Plantation: How Big Government Enslaves America’s Poor and What You Can Do About It” by Star Parker
Update October 6th: Upon doing a little more research I believe this info originated here: http://www.babalublog.com/archives/003133.html
While I detest the terms “Latino” and “Hispanic”, I hadn’t covered this subject before for fear of opening up a great big can of worms. However, I now feel I have to clarify a few things regarding the recent protests by “Latinos” or “Hispanics” throughout the US .
First, there is no such thing as a “Latino” race. There is no such thing as a “Hispanic” race. Both terms are contrived and used solely for census purposes. There is no such country as “latinolandia” and Hispaniola is technically half of an island in the Caribbean .
Second, I am not, nor will I ever be, part of “La Raza.” Nor do I agree or support their current protests. Some of you may, and that is fine, but I do not.
Third, and most importantly: I have never and will never, despite having many issues with the government of the United States throughout the years, burn a flag of the United States of America. I am Cuban by birth, American by the grace of God, and a darned proud, dignified, thankful and respectful American.
Fourth, while I certainly sympathize with the Mexican people for their country’s economic and social troubles, I refuse to be lumped together as a class or a race simply because we speak a similar language. If Mexicans and Mexican-Americans had wanted my support, then they should have supported the cause of a free and democratic Cuba, instead of the majority and at times the Mexican government having sided with and legitimizing the government of Fidel Castro.
Fifth, there is a difference between a Cuban living in the United States and a Mexican living in the United States . One is a political refugee and the other is an immigrant, respectively. When Mexicans are being oppressed and have their basic human rights trampled on by their government as Cubans do, then perhaps my opinion will change; until then, the aforementioned difference stands.
Mexicans and Mexican-Americans may very well have legitimate gripes with the government of the US, but as La Raza, the flags they are burning and flying upside down below the Mexican flag do not speak for me.I am not Mexican; I am not Latino; I am not Hispanic.
I am an American of Cuban descent, and damned proud of it.