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The Truth is No Defense: 4/6/2006 #11
Pest Control and 500 Years of the Mestizo Menace

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Making my usual drive about town I noticed the Mestizo work gangs building homes and digging ditches. Instead of becoming enraged, for some odd reason I recalled a book I read long ago by science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke, I think the book was entitled Rendezvous with Rama, but I’m not sure about that. Anyway aboard Clarke’s fictional starships trained monkeys performed service operations. Clarke thought that trained chimps could be trained to perform certain dangerous and complex tasks better than robots, at least in some cases. Though it’s been years since I read any of his books, as I recall, entire starships were staffed entirely by monkeys. Of course computers actually piloted the ship, the chimps in many cases worked as custodians. Before water wheels, steam engines, and before cranks and cam shafts animals performed labor which could only be substituted by slaves. Domesticated animals, horses, dogs, cattle truly are our servants.

Despite being bred for life among humans domesticated animals sometimes bite back. They sometimes bite the hand that feeds them. I’ve witnessed dogs, for instance, which for many years had lived benevolently among other farmyard animals suddenly attack another animal, say a chicken or calf. Though, sometimes there is a reason for such attacks: the victim is often wounded or disabled – that is weakened in some way and thereby vulnerable, perhaps by a broken wing or a sickness. Despite centuries of conditioning and natural selection whether it is the master’s hand, or another farmyard beast, domesticated animals can quickly revive their ancient survival mechanisms and bite back, often ferociously. I suppose domesticated animals have several techniques for letting other animals know to stay away, perhaps by body language, chemical signals, or grunts of various types. Without these cues it would be chaos in the farmyard, and we’ve got chaos in our farmyard.

By our own sloth, indifference and assisted by our own corrupt and venal Jew controlled government we’ve failed to provide the necessary signals to the Mestizo pests to stay out. Everyday thousands of little brown stubbies cross our southern border, and unlike the domesticated animals on our farms the Mestizos and Spics are not fenced in, vaccinated, or ear tagged – as they ought to be. They are not corralled into pens for processing and packaging – as they ought to be.

Growing up in a Kansas Prairie town in the 1920s and 30s my father told me the rabbit population would often explode. Jackrabbits, in particular, were a pest, often eating the farmer’s crops down to stubble. To address the problem the local farmers would rally at a certain area where the rabbits were known to be thick, bring with them clubs, chains and bats. Assembling themselves in a wide circle and slowly converging as a team to the center, in a manner resembling a tightening noose, the men would corral the rabbits. Of course some men had metal pots and pans and other shotguns which caused the rabbits to jump from their holes. Anyway, as the circle of men converged and the density of rabbits reached certain point the beating would begin. The farmers could pulverize hundreds of jackrabbits to death in this fashion. That was how white men used to control the pest population in the ‘good ole days’.

Unfortunately we are not able to treat our current pest problem in such a manner today, at least not yet. Still, there have been attempts.

On November 8th of 1994 the voters of California attempted to control the pests. By ballot initiative Californians approved proposition 187, denying public benefits to illegal aliens; or in plain speech getting the Mestizo parasites of the backs of the white taxpayers of California. The Mestizos, the Jews, and of course the liberal lackeys, were outraged that the Mestizo free lunch program would end. In response the Mestizos angrily paraded in Los Angeles unfurling Mexican flags, and a few American flags turned upside down. Perhaps the most succinct and memorable statement about the whole affair was uttered by Art Torres, California State Senator, Chairman of the Calfornia Democratic Party, and Mexican Invader when he said “proposition 187 is the last gasp of white America in California.” Never have truer words been spoken. The though law was passed by the voters, a Jew judge named Marianna Pfaelzer nullified the law and the will of the Californians.

Here is California State Senator Art Torres uttering his infamous words,

[Torres Clip]

All across Latin America the pests, which for centuries had been tamed the by the crack of the white man’s whip, have broken from their cages and feed lots and are now pillaging their master’s homes. These beasts are showing their fangs: the Mexican Mestizo, the Puerto Rican Spics, and the Peruvian ‘Amerindians’ smell fear and vulnerability up north. Its not just whites in America, but throughout the world European humanity is acting in the most cowardly manner, the beasts of the field can sense our weakness and saliva is dripping from their fangs.

In Latin American states, like Mexico and Columbia, the white elite have managed to maintain some control of the savages, but their grip is weak. The Mexican army put down a bloody uprising in the southern state of Chiapas in 1994, the so called Zapatista rebellion. But a brown revolution – an awakened racial consciousness – is spreading across Latin America: to the east and south, Venezuela’s brown masses, utilizing the power of democracy, have ousted the white elite, installing a charismatic brown socialist named Hugo Chavez, Chavez quickly moved against the white elite which traditionally had managed the lucrative oil interests; further south, in Peru, the Amerindians replaced a Japanese technocrat and voted in one of their kind, Alexandro Toledo; and next door, in Bolivia, Evo Morales became that nation’s first Amerindian ruler.

In his inaugural address of January 23rd of this year Mr. Morales, Bolivia's first Indian, president said these words:

I want to say to all my Indigenous brothers in America, here in Bolivia today that campaign of 500 years of resistance hasn't been in vain. Enough is enough. We are taking over now for the next 500 years.
This desire for revenge against whites runs deep in the Mestizo, and is now manifesting itself within the borders of the United States. The anger of the Mexican elite in California was still smoldering in the words of LA Country supervisor Gloria Molina in this 1996 Latino political rally:

[Molina Clip]

Gloria Molina, is just the first wave Latin American demagogues within our borders. Twenty years from now she and her team B antics will be eclipsed by a more strident form of Brown Socialism, like that which elected Evo Morales. Evo Morales, now President Morales, has described his ascendancy to the presidency of Bolivia as the "United States' worst nightmare" and what he means when he says the United States is the Yankee, gringo, the white man: it is to us, the European population of America to whom Presidente Morales is addressing his remarks. If we are wise we – by we I mean the racially conscious whites listening now – ought to treat the words of Mr. Morales seriously. Considering the disorganized state we are in as a people we ought to be very concerned about the future. States like Mexico and Bolivia have high birth rates, in contrast to the gringos in El Norte. Worse, we have a government that is cooperating with Mexico and other Latin American states in the demographic extinction of our race.

Anyway, the 500 years Morales referenced in his inaugural address regards arrival in Mexico, in the year 1519, of the conquistador Hernando Cortez. Landing at what is now Vera Cruz the red bearded Cortez, along with 500 men and 15 horses destroyed the Aztec Empire, a stunning victory. The disdain one conquistador had for the people he encountered Mexico was summed up thusly,

"All the people of this province of New Spain, and even those of the neighboring provinces, eat human flesh and value it more highly than any other food in the world; so much so that they often go off to war and risk their lives just to kill people to eat. The majority of them, as I have said, are sodomites and they drink to excess." (P. de Fuentes, The Conquistadors, 181)
That was written by a conquistador who had taken part in the war against the Aztecs. More recently, the future United States General and 18th President, Ulysses S. Grant took part in the so called Mexican War of 1846 – 1848. In this little remembered war Grant served under General Winfield Scott and like Cortez, they landed at Vera Cruz and from their launched an invasion of the Mexican heartland, as did Cortez nearly 500 years before. Scott’s army, with Grant, went directly for the capital, Mexico City, and there, they defeated the Mexicans at Cerro Gordo and Chapultepec.

Grant spent consider time in Mexico and overall was charmed by the exotic beauty of that country, so different from the dense humid woodland of his native Ohio. Though, he noticed Mexicans certain defects

The people of Mexico are a very different race of people than our own. The better class is very proud and tyrannizes over the lower and much more numerous class as much as a hard master does over his negroes, and they submit to it quite as humbly. (U.S. Grant)
More recently the English satirist Evelyn Waugh, who toured Mexico in the 1930s and wrote a book about his travels, entitled Robbery Under Law, The Mexican Object-Lesson, had much to say about his experiences in Mexico: In his 1939 book Waugh described the democratic process in Mexico, such as it existed,

"the Mexicans, for the most part, prefer to leave the voting papers uncounted and draw from the lists made up at the party headquarters."
Waugh also described the Mexican characterization of heroes as

"squat, swarthy, passionate, intolerant, vain men who when cornered shoot their way to freedom and take to the mountains, who will steal and promise and give lavishly, sell anything and repudiate the bargain, murder their friends and buy off their enemies, nurse a grudge and forget a kindness, sometimes grossly sacrilegious, sometimes heroically pious, Aztec and Castillian inextricably confounded."
Anyway, shortly after Cortez finished off the Mexicans, another European conqueror, Francisco Pizarro appeared. Pizarro’s sights weren’t set on subdued Mexico but on Peru and Bolivia. On his third attempt to push his way into Peru, Pizzaro exhorted his men saying "There lies Peru with its riches; Here, Panama and its poverty. Choose, each man, what best becomes a brave Castilian." Only thirteen men to up Pizzaro’s challenge, the rest abandoned him. These thirteen, the famous thirteen “Los trece de la fama” headed to Peru to take the empire of the Incas. In 1532 Pizzaro and his band of men, called the "Children of the Sun" by the natives for their fair skin, began the conquest of Peru. Incredibly, like the Aztecs the Inca Empire too fell into the hands of Spain; except for Brazil all of South America was ruled the Europeans from Spain.

Much has been made of late about the brutality and greed of the Conquistadors, both Cortez and Pizarro are considered villains in today’s history texts; the vilification of European history is in accord with the multicultural propaganda of recent times, yet such hand wringing was not part of my education. I can clearly recall Pizarro and Cortez being portrayed as heroes in my elementary school. They were hailed for their fantastic conquests, and with so few men. Clearly, I recall, my sixth grade elementary teacher tracing his fingertip along the globe, starting at Spain, then slowly rotating the globe, keeping his finger on it, as he traversed the Atlantic ocean to Vera Cruz, Mexico and then to Mexico City. I can recall his expression of amazement, with a hint of pride, at both Cortez’s and Pizarro’s accomplishments.

Recently, while reading a book by Leszek Kolakowski, I encountered a peculiar passage about his visit to pre-Columbian monuments in Mexico, that is pre-Cortez Mexico. As he toured Mexico’s ruins he found himself in the company of a "of a well known Mexican writer, thoroughly versed in the history of the Indian peoples of the region." A man we might regard as a cheerleader for diversity and multiculturalism – Mexican style.

Anyway, Kolakowski writes that his guide

"…often in the course of explaining to me the significance of many things, I would not have understood without him, stressed the barbarity of the Spanish soldiers who had ground the Aztec statues into dust and melted down the exquisite gold figurines to strike with the image of the Emperor." (That would be Charles V)
To this Kolakowski replied to his guide

" you think these people were barbarians; but were they not, perhaps, true Europeans, indeed the last true Europeans? They took their Christian and Latin civilization seriously; and it is because they took it seriously that they saw no reason to safeguard pagan idols; or to bring the curiosity and aesthetic detachment of archeologists into their consideration of things imbued with a different, and therefore hostile religious significance. If we are outraged at their behavior it is because we are indifferent, both to their civilization, and to our own."
Later in the essay Kolakowski clarifies that he is not so much an admirer of Cortez, as he is disturbed by the lack of context and perspective in the understanding history, and the ideological tint it had undergone in recent years. But the point remains, Cortez and Pizarro were brave men, in many way exemplars of European bravery. Indeed, they were defenders of their civilization.

In all the fuss about the conquistadores’ greed and brutality it is forgotten just what sort of cutthroat savages Cortez and Pizarro confronted. I’d like to read to you now an excerpt from John Keegan’s A History of Warfare, a section in which the Aztec and Amerindian tactics of war are discussed, please listen carefully as this is an extended paragraph and will not be transcribed:

[P. 111 -112]

Today, the Mestizo and the Spic invaders are reviving their bloodthirsty customs and cutthroat folklore in our land; some even cloth themselves in Aztec dress and practice war hoops and strange incantations to their tribal deities, as did the Juan Manuel Alvarez who derailed a train in Glendale, CA, killing 11 and injuring 200. Alvarez drove his truck to a Anglo section of greater Los Angeles, far from his home, and parked his truck on the tracks, exiting just before the arrival of the commuter train – but not before dousing the truck in gasoline and setting it a fire. When I read the Washington Post report about Alvarez’s life I found a curious paragraph, it turns out Alvarez belonged to a dance group called

“Xipe Totec, which performs traditional Aztec dances at churches and parades around Southern California and across the Southwest. Alvarez wore an elaborate costume, performing in a feathered headdress, loincloth and sandals. When their son was born, he and Carmelita gave him the middle name Nezahualcoyotl, after a 15th-century tribal poet-king.”
The historical record of Nezahualcoyotl mentions that he sacrificed his main foe to the gods, as a human sacrifice; no word if he was “stripped” – that is had his flesh serried from his bones then having his beating heart ripped, or was the stripping skipped on did he just have his beating heart ripped from his chest?

Just like in Mexico and now in Los Angeles, the Mestizo pests are wrecking our infrastructure through their ignorance and gratuitous brutality. The behaviour of the Mestizos is not that different from I story I recently read from South Africa about the overpopulation of elephants. The elephant population has exploded so much they are encroaching on human developments, knocking over homes, trample people, and of making the land a desert through over consumption the vegetation. The article mentions the last culling, or organized killing, to control the population of elephants last occurred in 1967.

Anyway, if we do not control our borders and redefine our nation in terms of race we will continue to be victimized by the Mestizo pests. What the Mestizos really want most is our homes, what they want are our women; they want the comfort and luxuries we enjoy: luxuries and comfort which the Spic and the Mestizo cannot construct given their feeble brain chemistry.

The intentions of the Mestizo and Spic are very clear and if one cares to follow the crime reports and demographic changes a pattern emerges, where the Mestizo and Spic go, the whites flee: whites flee the rapes, the murders, and the pestilence and ignorance the Mestizo carries wherever he travels. California’s white population is being ethnically cleansed and replaced with Mestizo; even neighborhoods like Compton – which had been colonized by Black years earlier – are being seized by the Mestizo. It might be noted that Juan Manuel Alvarez, the train saboteur, lived in Compton, a town that used to be known as a black enclave in Los Angeles. In Los Angeles, the working class whites are being pushed into the desert or sent packing to other states where the Mestizo has not yet colonized.

Unless we invoke a form of pest control we shall be deprived of our homes and lives soon enough.

It’s really too bad we can’t muster the even a small group of men, like “Los trece de la fama” famous Pizarro’s famous thirteen. The Mestizo if dealt with directly and swiftly can be easily defeated. Throughout this nation’s history we’ve rounded up the Mestizo and sent him packing back over the border, I know of at least two large pest control operations against the Mestizo, the first in California in 1931 and the second 1950s under Eisenhower, the so called Operation Wetback. The genocidal nexus of Jewish media control and multicultural propaganda in the publics schools makes a third round-up of Mestizos seem unlikely.

In closing this monologue tonight I’d like to discuss the existential threat posed by the Mestizo. There is deep malevolence and envy in the soul of the Mestizo; he is a mixed race mongrel offspring fathered by the conqueror that wrecked his mother’s civilization. Smoldering hate and simmering resentments percolate just below the surface directed against the yankee, the gringo, the hidalgos. These resentments against the white man predate those of all other aggrieved races, except for the Jew. Unlike the other invader species entering our lands, the Chinese, the Africans, the Vietnamese, and the Pakistanis, the Mestizo’s claims to the soil are stronger and older than any other groups, and they are conscious as a race of these claims. Of all the groups burrowing into our land the Mestizo has the motivation, the will, and the numbers to physically wipe us off this continent. What they lack in intelligence the Asian and the Jew can provide.
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