Surprise: At least one of the students backing the banning of the American flag at UC Irvine wants all whitey’s out of California – and the rest of the SouthWest. If this is true – they’re not getting much of an education..
Gotnews.com reports that one of the college kids who supported the UC Irvine anti-American flag resolution is an activist for the anti-white group, The Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ de Aztlan (MEChA) de UCI.
Natividad “Naty” Rico backed the anti-American flag resolution as a member of the student government. She was recently elected to be an At Large Representative for ASUCI’s Legislative Council, according to a Tumblr post she wrote.
MEChaA is an Aztlan, anti-Semite movement which advocates the secession of all of the Southwest.
From the M.E.Ch.A. website:
Adamant rejection of the label “Mexican-American” meant rejection of the assimilation and accommodationist melting pot ideology that had guided earlier generations of activists. Chicanismo involves a crucial distinction in a political consciousness between a Mexican-American (Hispanic) and a Chicana/o mentality. El Plan de Santa Barbara speaks to such issues of identity politics by asserting:
“The Mexican-American (Hispanic) is a person who lacks respect for his/her cultural and ethnic heritage. Unsure of her/himself, she/he seeks assimilation as a way out of her/his “degraded” social status.
M.E.Ch.A. also endorses boycott, divestment and sanctions on Israel.
Garbage in / garbage out–
Many supporters of the anti-American flag resolution at the University of California-Irvine said their illegal immigrant constituents demanded Old Glory be removed from the common area.
Khaalidah Sidney, humanities representative and co-author of the legislation, said that the flag served as a reminder for her DREAMer friends of their constant battle of obtaining citizenship.
Illegal immigrants can attend California state schools on the taxpayer’s dime. Ingrateful dopes.
‘Threat of Violence’ Prompts UC Irvine to Cancel Flag-Ban Meeting That Draws Protest
A “viable threat of violence” related to a plan to ban flags including the U.S. one in a student government building on the UC Irvine campus prompted the university to cancel a meeting Tuesday. Chip Yost reports for the KTLA 5 News at 6 on Tuesday, March 10, 2015.
The two most powerful warriors are patience and time..
– Leo Tolstoy
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