Was the Univision Republican President Debate a Hispanic nationalist or even Hispanic Supremacist event? The same applies to the Univision Democratic Debate.
The Univision Debate demanded one way migration forever. This was advocating genetic replacement. The Wright Island Model makes that clear.
“We investigated various cases of the island model with stochastic migration. If the population is infinite, the immigrants have a fixed gene frequency and the alleles are neutral, the gene frequency on the island converges to that of the immigrants.”
The theorem doesn’t say you get a mixture of old and new. The theorem says you get complete replacement of the old by the new. The old goes extinct. This is pure genetic replacement. It doesn’t matter if there is an intermediate mixture or not. Over time, the initial stock is replaced completely. Promises of a mixture are false.
Isn’t advocating the genetic extinction of every gene in whites a form of Hispanic supremacism? Do so-called white supremacists or nationalists advocate genetic extinction of other groups? The Hispanics are not saying keep the best genes, or the high IQ genes or resistance to disease genes. They are saying wipe out every single white gene in America, good or bad.
Jorge Ramos was a main organizer of the Univision Debate. Ramos is a Mexican national. The debate didn’t have any means for English speakers to follow along at the time. They had to wait for a transcript later. This gave an edge to Spanish speakers to blog on it on the internet.
univision debate site:Vdare.com
Michelle Malkin (well known Bubba KKKer , you can’t tell under the sheets at the meetings?)
Furthermore, does Jorge Ramos, a Mexican citizen, have any business being one of the moderators of an American political debate?
In an interview several months back, Ramos gloated that
“…all the time we [Hispanics] are more numerous, richer, all the time we gain more acquisitive [sic—or maybe not] power, all the time we are stronger politically, and all the time we are taking over the United States more…I think that the growth of the Latino Community is unstoppable, but there is much to correct, especially, the cases of rejection and persecution against other Latinos, but we’re doing well, definitely.” [Jorge Ramos y el libro que lo hizo llorar. Nuevo Siglo, August 24, 2007
Hispanics usually don’t stop at Hispanic nationalism but go directly to Hispanic supremacism? The GOP Spanish debate was not about assimilation in its form or content. This was about compelling attendance under their rules by the presidential candidates. They said attend or be called white nationalist or white supremacist. They are already going after Ron Paul that way. Tom Tancredo has been attacked that way for a long time.
The GOP Univision Debate was Hispanic supremacism in form and content. It was intentionally saying you must do these things or be labeled a bigot, nativist, white nationalist or white supremacist. If you don’t attend in Spanish you are a bigot and nativist. This was the threat.
This was a powerful moment in American history in the intention of the debate organizers. This was the end of the white and English era and the transition to the Hispanic and Spanish era. The debate organizers were giddy as the founding fathers of a new nation, born in their debate, immigration, superior and conquering birth rate.
They asserted their right to ignore our laws on immigration because they didn’t assent to them. They assert that any law not passed by Hispanic majorities is not a valid law and is not the law of this land. They asserted Hispanic Supremacism over the Constitution and the law.
They demand that all candidates and elected officials and everyone assent to Hispanic supremacism in the form of the right to immigrate illegally and get amnesty and welfare. They assert the right of Hispanics to live here illegally, get welfare and in-state college tuition and evade the laws they please such as military service.
They call anyone opposed to denying any benefit or opportunity to Hispanic illegals, a nativist, bigot, white nationalist and white supremacist. They make this clear. They demand Spanish language everywhere. They have made corporations and government and non-profits bow to them. Press 1 for English, 2 for Hispanic Supremacism. That is the message on every corporate and government answering system in the country they have gotten their hands on.
The same was their theory in court cases where they claim illegals have standing to sue and can remain anonymous. These are Hispanic supremacist lawsuits.
The PBS Now show did a Ron Paul segment.
They brought up the white supremacism issue and dismissed any references to white or the Celtic cross as evidence of white supremacism. They forced Ron Paul to disavow the people themselves. The person doing this was herself a Hispanic supremacist? Or at least Hispanic nationalist? As are most Hispanic journalists and politicians? Or professors?
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Is Maria Hinojosa a Hispanic nationalist or Hispanic supremacist? She prefers the word Latino? Is that itself used as a word for Latino nationalism or Latino supremacism?
Maria Hinojosa (born 1961 in Mexico City) is a television journalist. Her first journalism experience was as host of a Latino radio show as a student at Barnard College, where she graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Latin American studies.
In 1995, Hinojosa began hosting the National Public Radio show Latino USA. She hosted the WNBC-TV public affairs show Visiones before joining CNN in 1997, where she worked for the New York City bureau for eight years and became known for reporting urban issues.
She has won many honors and awards, including being named one of the 100 Most Influential Hispanics by Hispanic Business magazine, the Robert F. Kennedy award, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists‘ Radio Award, the New York Society of Professional Journalists Deadline Award, the National Council of La Raza‘s Ruben Salazar Communications Award, and an Associated Press award.
La Raza is considered by many a Latino supremacist organization. The name itself, The Race, is Latino supremacist.
We investigated various cases of the island model with stochastic migration. If the population is infinite, the immigrants have a fixed gene frequency and the alleles are neutral, the gene frequency on the island converges to that of the immigrants.
Genetics. 1979 January; 91(1): 163–176.
The Island Model with Stochastic Migration
Department of Biophysics and Theoretical Biology, The University of Chicago, 920 East 58th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637
Isn’t this the policy of La Raza and all Latino journalists? They insist on sustained immigration, which mathematically causes the complete extinction of all white genes. That makes them Latino Supremacists in a way more radical than those they label white nationalist or white supremacist. For them someone who tries to stop the extinction of all white genes is a white nationalist or white supremacist. This is a Marxist abuse of language.
search Maria Hinojosa immigration
Joe Guzzardi at Vdare has written about her.
In the end, “Immigrant Nation, Divided Country,” revealed Hinojosa, winner of the National Council of La Raza Ruben Salazar Award, as a shameless Mexican mouthpiece. Hinojosa showed her true colors in pre and post-documentary interviews.
Proving that her ethnic identity politics should have disqualified her from reporting on the wave of illegal aliens in Georgia, Hinosoja told Atlanta Latino that she was surprised to find that Atlanta has become a “mini-Mexico” and that “as a Mexican” the “immigrants are my countrymen and countrywomen.“
She identifies as a Mexican. That makes her a Mexican nationalist. She insists on the right of Mexican immigration into America, legally or not, and that makes her a Mexican supremacist. She advocates that Mexican desires or “needs” trump American law. That is Mexican supremacism. She herself extends her advocacy for the right to immigrate and to cause white extinction and to do so against US laws or the wishes of the American people to all Latinos. That makes her a Latino Supremacist.
Finally, Hinojosa plays the immigration enthusiast’s trump card…that immigration reformers are just Nazis.
This exchange took place between Hinosoja and fellow CNN anchor Kelli Arena:
Arena: I notice you didn’t use the term illegal immigrant. There’s even some controversy over that term itself, isn’t there?
HINOJOSA: Absolutely. Well, the people who are fighting against these immigrants, and they wouldn’t even say that they’re immigrants, they called them illegal aliens and that’s the only term they will use. That’s a very controversial term. If you listen to the teachings of Eli Wiesel, who won a Nobel Peace Prize, he was a survivor of the Holocaust. He always said that there is no such thing as an illegal human being. There can be an illegal action, what they have done is criminal. But to call them illegal is—once you label somebody illegal, it sets up perhaps what he says the potential of declaring these people illegal, and therefore the result was, in his case, the Holocaust.”
She was saying Ron Paul was identified with white supremacists by taking their donations, or implied that strongly by her questions and tone of voice. But she took an award from La Raza, whose name is The Race. Ron Paul said he didn’t have time to research the donations. She certainly knew she was taking an award from La Raza. Ron Paul didn’t go give a talk and take an award from a group called The White Race and advocate policies proven to cause the genetic extinction of every Hispanic gene, good or bad. Hasn’t she done that towards whites? By taking the La Raza award didn’t she acknowledge she is a Latino Supremacist? Hasn’t she advocated policies proven in math and science journals to cause the extinction of every white gene in America?
Math says that Hispanic immigration is a genetic extinction event that is ongoing. Links to academic papers on the Wright Island Model are below:
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