Theodore's World: Brown Beret Protesters: “You’re Too White. Go Back to Europe.”

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July 20, 2010

Brown Beret Protesters: “You’re Too White. Go Back to Europe.”

"You Are White, You Don't Belong in America" - Brown Berets at All-Star Game

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Racist "Brown Berets" invade a peaceful, pro-Arizona Tea Party crowd rallying in front of the All-Star Game in Anaheim, July 13, 2010. Modeled after the Black Panthers, the Brown Berets (nicknamed the "Tan Klan" because of their virulently racist views) want a "racially pure Aztlan" with all White Europeans and Jews forcibly removed. They are pro-Islamic terrorism and have called Osama Bin Laden the "Muslim Pancho Villa".

Imagine if a handful of white Tea party folks walked into a pro-illegal rally and said similar things - it would make every national news broadcast for days on end. But of course, unlike the NAACP slander claims - the Tea Party does not stand for racism. But watch as the "Tan Klan" gets a pass for their hate by the media once again.

From the video:

Illegal immigration supporting Brown Beret protesters harass American patriots in front of Californians rallied in front of Angel Stadium (Anaheim, CA) that are trying to support Arizona’s SB 1070 law on Tuesday July 13, 2010.

Nicknamed the Tan Klan or Latino KKK, the Brown Berets are a paramilitary organization founded in the 1960′s that support illegal immigration as a way to forge a racially pure homeland for Latino’s by overthrowing part or all of the United States. Many of these brown Nazis call their plans for a racist homeland ‘Aztlan’.

While this woman brazenly screams racist comments through a bull horn, she can do so because the Obama administration and most of the major news networks in America have her back.

While many in the media will conceal this incident, coverage of the NAACP’s false claim the Tea Party Movement is racist can be found on all networks.

If America knew the truth about the real violence and racism that is pervasive in the pro illegal alien and pro Comprehensive Immigration Reform AMNESTY movement, then CIR would be destroyed.

Wild Thing's comment........

I’d kinda like to see some of thier brown berets meet some of our Green Berets and then start spouting off some of their crap. Whose got the popcorn?

Actually this woman scares me. Not sure why, maybe her screaming, added to her attitude, but she scares me. Weird that it would effect me like that. She is one tuff cookie for sure.

Posted by Wild Thing at July 20, 2010 05:55 AM


Damn, WTF?! (Words fail me otherwise.)

Posted by: Anonymous at July 20, 2010 07:24 AM

Unbelievable, again they have been taught Revisionist History. When Cortez invaded Mexico, he burnt his ships and headed inland, burning the ships was significant that they could not return and they would win or lose. He won of course and the rest is history.

This woman is demented along with the rest of her bunch who think Arizona belongs to Mexico. The revisionists give them a poor excuse to demand Rights. This another reason we should demand to lock the borders and prevent this kind of riff raf from coming into our country.

If all these protesting Illegals would spend some of this useless energy investing in their own country they could effect a positive change. No we get stuck with them and obama encourages it. And not only obama Bush did too.

It's time we take back our government and our country.

Posted by: Mark at July 20, 2010 09:30 AM

I wonder if America is heading for one big race war. Hopefully it is just small radical groups within the races that are agitating. But then I have to remember the Hispanic protest marches of two years ago where they had almost half a million participants in each of several large cities. What was ironic is that same day during the march in Dallas, at the same time we had the usual landscaping crew of illegals working in my apt. complex. Many of the marchers were high school and college kids born in the US.

Posted by: TomR,armed in Texas at July 20, 2010 11:03 AM

I get a different take on this video. This woman and the stooge with her were attmpting to create a confrontation, and they failed. Scary they're not.

She was so far out of control, it was amusing. Talking to a person in front of them using a bull horn? Hello, not the sharpest knife in the drawer.

Having been a part of a similar situation, staged by the lovely folks from, Code Pink, at a Tea Party Protest, I see a lot of similarity.

Dress in a uniform to signify whatever. Pull out the camera,when all else fails, in a not so veiled threat, that the pictures will be used against you in some future time.

People like this are not a threat, they are sick.

Posted by: Sean at July 20, 2010 11:25 AM

Well, I sent a check to Arizona's Defense Fund and I recommend everyone do the same, no matter the amount. It's what I consider an investment in our country.

Posted by: cuchieddie(Enemy of the State) at July 20, 2010 12:23 PM

This woman is most likely European herself, probably Spanish. It was Spain who conquered and controlled Mexico and South America. From the looks of her, she doesn't look to be Indian such as Aztec or Inca.

Posted by: BobF at July 20, 2010 04:58 PM

That woman needs some big floppy shoes and a big red rubber nose to be the clown that she really is.

Posted by: MrHappy at July 20, 2010 06:01 PM

This President continues to divide this country in his attempt to redefine our very own identity as Americans.

He will fail at both dividing us and redefining us as both history and Americans are waking up to his nonsense.

Here's something Pat Boone wrote last Summer which well describes this:

"The President Without a Country" by Pat Boone.

"We're no longer a Christian nation." – President Barack Obama, June 2007

"America has been arrogant." – President Barack Obama

"After 9/11, America didn't always live up to her ideals."

– President Barack Obama

"You might say that America is a Muslim nation."

– President Barack Obama, Egypt 2009

Thinking about these and other statements made by the man who wears the title of president … I keep wondering what country he believes he's president of.

In one of my very favorite stories, Edward Everett Hale's "The Man without a Country," a young Army lieutenant named Philip Nolan stands condemned for treason during the Revolutionary War, having come under the influence of Aaron Burr. When the judge asks him if he wishes to say anything before sentence is passed, young Nolan defiantly exclaims, "Damn the United States! I wish I might never hear of the United States again!"

The stunned silence in the courtroom is palpable, pulsing. After a long pause, the judge soberly says to the angry lieutenant: "You have just pronounced your own sentence. You will never hear of the United States again. I sentence you to spend the rest of your life at sea, on one or another of this country's naval vessels – under strict orders that no one will ever speak to you again about the country you have just cursed."

And so it was. Philip Nolan was taken away and spent the next 40 years at sea, never hearing anything but an occasional slip of the tongue about America. The last few pages of the story, recounting Nolan's dying hours in his small stateroom – now turned into a shrine to the country he foreswore – never fail to bring me to tears. And I find my own love for this dream, this miracle called America, refreshed and renewed. I know how blessed and unique we are.

Is Shariah law coming to a court near you? Get "Stealth Jihad" – Robert Spencer's expose about efforts to quietly establish the Muslim system in Amerca

But reading and hearing the audacious, shocking statements of the man who was recently elected our president – a young black man living the impossible dream of millions of young Americans, past and present, black and white – I want to ask him, "Just what country do you think you're president of?"

You surely can't be referring to the United States of America, can you? America is emphatically a Christian nation, and has been from its inception! Seventy percent of her citizens identify themselves as Christian. The Declaration of Independence and our Constitution were framed, written and ratified by Christians. It's because this was, and is, a nation built on and guided by Judeo-Christian biblical principles that you, sir, have had the inestimable privilege of being elected her president.

You studied law at Harvard, didn't you, sir? You taught constitutional law in Chicago? Did you not ever read the statement of John Jay, the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and an author of the landmark "Federalist Papers": "Providence has given to our people the choice of their rulers – and it is the duty, as well as the privilege and interest of our Christian nation – to select and prefer Christians for their rulers"?

In your studies, you surely must have read the decision of the Supreme Court in 1892: "Our lives and our institutions must necessarily be based upon and embody the teachings of the Redeemer of mankind. It is impossible that it should be otherwise; and in this sense and to this extent our civilization and our institutions are emphatically Christian."

Did your professors have you skip over all the high-court decisions right up till the mid 1900s that echoed and reinforced these views and intentions? Did you pick up the history of American jurisprudence only in 1947, when for the first time a phrase coined by Thomas Jefferson about a "wall of separation between church and state" was used to deny some specific religious expression – contrary to Jefferson's intent with that statement?

Or, wait a minute … were your ideas about America's Christianity formed during the 20 years you were a member of the Trinity United Church of Christ under your pastor, Jeremiah Wright? Is that where you got the idea that "America is no longer a Christian nation"? Is this where you, even as you came to call yourself a Christian, formed the belief that "America has been arrogant"?

Even if that's the understandable explanation of your damning of your country and accusing the whole nation (not just a few military officials trying their best to keep more Americans from being murdered by jihadists) of "not always living up to her ideals," how did you come up with the ridiculous, alarming notion that we might be "considered a Muslim nation"?

Is it because there are some 2 million or more Muslims living here, trying to be good Americans? Out of a current population of over 300 million, 70 percent of whom are Christians? Does that make us, by any rational definition, a "Muslim nation"?

Why are we not, then, a "Chinese nation"? A "Korean nation"? Even a "Vietnamese nation"? There are even more of these distinct groups in America than Muslims. And if the distinction you're trying to make is a religious one, why is America not "a Jewish nation"? There's actually a case to be made for the latter, because our Constitution – and the success of our Revolution and founding – owe a deep debt to our Jewish brothers.

Have you stopped to think what an actual Muslim America would be like? Have you ever really spent much time in Iran? Even in Egypt? You, having been instructed in Islam as a kid at a Muslim school in Indonesia and saying you still love the call to evening prayers, can surely picture our nation founded on the Quran, not the Judeo-Christian Bible, and living under Shariah law. Can't you? You do recall Muhammad's directives [Surah 9:5,73] to "break the cross" and "kill the infidel"?

It seems increasingly and painfully obvious that you are more influenced by your upbringing and questionable education than most suspected. If you consider yourself the president of a people who are "no longer Christian," who have "failed to live up to our ideals," who "have been arrogant," and might even be "considered Muslim" – you are president of a country most Americans don't recognize.

Could it be you are a president without a country?

-Pat Boone, American Singer, Actor, Conservative Writer, and direct descendant of the American pioneer Daniel Boone.

Posted by: Carlos at July 20, 2010 09:29 PM

Thank you so much everyone, what awesome input and sharing. I really appreciate it.

Carlos, thanks for sharing tha by Pat Boone, that was soooo good.

Posted by: Wild Thing at July 20, 2010 11:46 PM