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Illegal Immigration: Hispanics Ban White Authors
 By William H. Calhoun on Sep 19, 06

As the reconquista and invasion of the Southwestern
United States continues, Hispanics have basically
declared war on “gringo culture.”

I was recently speaking to a “gringo” (white) friend,
who lives in Southern California.  Her once
predominantly white neighborhood is now 85% Hispanic.
Crime has increased 800%, HIV 700%, rape and gang
shootings are widespread, and a Hispanic school board
recently removed the last of the “gringo authors” from
the reading list.

As a result of the ban, like many other Caucasians in
California, she has been forced to start a “White
Home-Schooling Great-Books Program.” They read
primary texts, starting with the Greeks and Romans,
and work their way through the Western Canon.  They
study Latin, history (European and British),
literature, Christianity, science, and mathematics.  I
was told, “Without such a program, white children
would learn nothing of their European heritage.”

Hispanics, for the most part, deplore Western culture.
Attached to their native lands, they do not consider
themselves Western.  Only take a look at Mexico. 
With the exception of a very small upper class of pure
European blood, most Mexicans are either Amerindian or
Mestizos (mostly Amerindian with a few drops of
Spaniard blood).  In terms of genealogy, these people
are primarily Asiatic, and consequently they do not
identify with the West.  It is now commonplace for
Hispanics to call for the removal of all “European
elements” from their liturgy, and now they are
actively removing all white authors from school

The future looks bleak indeed.  Unless we stop this
invasion, the Southwest (and beyond) will soon be a
separate culture and country.  And the remaining
Caucasians, if they want their children to learn about
their European heritage, will be compelled to start
white home-schooling networks.

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