Republic Versus Radical Groups In California

We are constantly confounded by the actions of liberals in California and how they have been leading the state into a land of third world socialism. In May, the Communist Party AGAIN attempted to remove the barriers to their openly communist takeover of the state. It isn’t the first time this has happened, merely the latest. Note that there is not a clear Communist Political Party in California (the old law actually has prevented that so far). However, that has not stopped the socialist movement functioning within the Democrat Party Platform.

Times Magazine, Sophia Bollag (AP) on May 17, 2017 – “California State Lawmaker Withdraws Bill (AB 22) Allowing communists to Work in State Government”. While this bill squeaked through their assembly this time, it was axed before their senate could come up to vote. Assemblyman Rob Bonta, a Democrat from the San Francisco Bay Area, announced he was shelving the bill and apologized to veterans and people who fled the communist regime in Vietnam. His bill, AB22, would have repealed part of state law enacted during the Red Scare of the 1940s and ’50s when fear that communists were trying to infiltrate the U.S. government was rampant. The Cold War-era law made belonging to the Communist Party a fireable offense for public employees. (see the You Tube version of objections HERE)

It is obvious however, that the state HAS been ignoring the state law given the many incidents including those perpetrated by Governor Brown for many years.  Besides the blatant “Marxist” attitude of Governor Brown and his government cohorts, there is another group that has ties with radical Muslims but itself is a militant communist/socialist group.

NCLA, the national council of LA RAZA, has decided to rebrand its name to be UnidosUS.  The change is meant to show unity among Latino communities but also help NCLR transform into a group that joins all communities, according to NCLR President and CEO Janet Murguía. The rebranding is also an effort to make the organization appeal to millennials. It is however now more blatantly socialist today than when it was born in the early 1970s and became prominent throughout Texas and Southern California. (NCLR actually was preceded by the Southwest Council of La Raza, until it became a national organization in 1972.)

Today it is strong in California and is attempting an active takeover of the California government system with visions of spreading further. It is bringing together legal and illegal immigrants bent on reuniting California into a new state for Mexico. It is not the stuff of dreams but is an active movement every bit as dangerous as other Soros and dark-state funded radical groups in trying to subvert the California governance as well as moving into action in other states. It is not clearly labeled communist though Discover the Networks reports that at least one of its founders had Saul Alinsky mentorship and Communist Party member Maclovio Barraza (1927-1980) was yet another influential figure in the founding of NCLR.  While La Raza may not state it is communist, its actions display the same goals and objectives as every communist/socialist group to date.

Names of prominent people according to Discover the Networks who are in some way involved in the group include:  Raul Yzaguirre,Hispanic civil rights activist and an open borders advocate who was Hillary Clinton’s 2007 campaign co-chair; Sonia Sotomayor, Supreme Court Justice; and, Cecilia Muñoz, appointed by President Obama as director of the Domestic Policy Council in 2012. Just recently California conservatives have also added Kevin DeLeon (spoke at a rally for LaRaza) as well as California’s Senate President pro Tem, Victor Lopez, Mayor of Orange Cove (Fresno County); Blanca Gomez,  Councilwoman of Victorville and others according to an article written in Town Hall by an anti-LaRaza group.

 

 

Soros, the Communist Party, United Nations, and the traitors in governmental positions past and present to this country have a lot to answer for today. Their rhetoric was/is destablizing and totally anti-constitutional. Many immigrants came to the United States to escape this very thing. They came in order to become part of nation that has stable laws and a constitution that encourages more freedoms and less fear than the one they departed. They came for opportunities to better themselves and their childrens lives. They came to a land of plenty where food was not doled out in handfuls and they were able to live in safe homes free from constant surveillance and imprisonment for little more than a quiet prayer.

Yet, those like LaRaza and other radical groups would rather plunge this nation back into the very thing from which they fled? The only thing rising to the surface now is the stench of the blight they would have us become.  These people would rather use our laws, drug addiction, and perversions to annihilate a republic and replace it with the same desperation found in other countries like Venezuela or North Korea or Iran?

Where family, morals, laws, and faith are destroyed, NOTHING but evil and desolation flourishes.

It is absolutely horrific that millennials have been so indoctrinated to what these groups would have them believe and encouraged to be drug-crazed brainless blights rather than have them think for themselves and do their own research.

I pray daily as I scan headlines that our country, constitution, conservatives and patriots remain strong against these cancerous cells not just now but for many more generations.

–Uriel–

 

 

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6 Responses to Republic Versus Radical Groups In California

  1. Wise Owl says:

    We are doomed!

    • Uriel says:

      no hopefully not Wise Owl…as you can see conservatives (which granted is the smaller group) is finally fighting back in Calif but yes communists are going to push conservatives too far until we really do resemble the McCarhy era and force them to shut down or we end up dead.

  2. Popular Front says:

    That ‘Brown Power’ rally needs a Blues Bothers-style intervention I think.

  3. Hardnox says:

    Looks eerily like the Brown Shirts in 1930’s Germany and we know how that turned out. It is past time the money spigot got turned off for these groups.