Now, I know all about the racial tensions between black and brown in LA, or west coast, but further down the article about la raza, or someone talking about racial cleansing blacks AND whites in the south, deep south, surprised the hell out of me. I'm talking about the southeast U.S.
Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, etc.
I was shocked, because I thought to myself, damn, they really ON some major ish-t to even consider that, seeing that there are hardly any mexicans down here. I'm currently in the south now as I type this, so I know from firsthand experience, that there are very few mexicans in the "deep" south. Also, the VERY FEW mexicans that I run across down here are very kind, humble, and good people. Not saying that, if they had numbers down here, there wouldn't be any trouble, but from my few experiences with them down here, they stay to themselves.
Also, I knew of the problems on the west coast, especially LA, of blacks and browns, but when I ran into forum discussions on other sites, about this topic, and read recent articles, about this "supposed" new theory to "cleanse" blacks AND whites down south, I was shocked. The same article, I posted, I visited the comments section, to see views and opinions on the situation, and some of the comments, although somewhat surprising, gave me new light into the situation.
Here are some of the comments:
Fianlly, where taking over this country once and for all. And you all get mad for a death of a little girl? How many blacks and white have incest with there children? Then sometimes kill them afterwards? The majority of rapist in this country is white people. Blacks will be slaves again, and whites will be EXTERMINATED!
VIVA LA RAZA!
This surprised the HELL out of me, not saying that all mexicans/hispanics, think like this, but the last part. I know it's from a commenter, who's just trying to stir up something, but mind you the article, itself and others, I've read recently advocated the "cleansing" of blacks AND whites in the "deep" south.
Here's another comment from the section:
well, all I got to say is there's gonna be alot of dead mexicans when the shootin' starts in the south, we all new the majority of the californians are leftist leaning gun hatin' faggots... I have a suggestion, if la raza really thinks they have what it takes to finish off the white and black race then come to the southeast and lets get it on...
Now, this comment had me thinking about whites down here in the "deep" south, that is still traditionally majority white. In the traditionally "deep" south, from my experience, whites are different from whites in LA, or California. You have A LOT of whites down here that would fit into the "hill billy" shotgun carrying stereotype, that aren't intimidated by anyone. These aren't your run of the mill "white collar" types. I've seen with my own eyes these types give "hardcore" thugs a run for their money. I also found this comment interesting, because down here a lot of people have been watching what's going on out west, and I hear a lot of whites through conversation, and also forums such as this, say this same sentiment about La Raza, or whoever, coming down south to start a "cleansing" of blacks and whites.
Personally, I think since California and Texas is right next door to Mexico, and with the influx of Mexicans jumping the border, or whatever the reason, I think that SOME Mexicans, have began to feel themselves a bit, with this attitude towards blacks and whites now, from my understanding, in those states. As the saying goes "Location, Location, Location." Latinos/Hispanics outside the west, southeast, mid west, and east coast, from my experiences with them in these areas, haven't lashed out at blacks and whites, like say in California and Texas.
I've been reading threads and posts about this topic now, for awhile, especially here on this site. I've been telling people down here, about what's going on out west, and blacks down here, didn't want to believe me at first, but a relative of mine and I were watching George Lopez special one night on HBO. I was flipping the channels and tuned in on his stand-up special on HBO, and what he said kind of surprised me.
I've always thought George Lopez to be a very talented and funny comedian, but he said something in a context that made me cringe. He came out at the start of the special, and started playing the American anthem, but stopped it, and played Mexico's anthem, or some other Mexican influenced music over it, and said that they would have to change the American anthem, because "we're taking over" as he states. Now mind you that this is a PREDOMINATELY Latino/Hispanic audience, so everyone in the crowd started cheering.
Now I have no problem with ethnic pride in one's culture, but he goes on to say that "we're taking ALL this over, It's OUR TIME, we're coming." Now I know it may not sound like much, but you have to see the special to sense the racial undertone, it had in its context. Anyway he went on to say a couple more things about how Mexicans, were coming into California and Texas, and had numbers now, it just made me cringe of the racial undertone I sensed from him and the audience in attendance at the special. It's like he really wanted to say something racial, but was sending subliminal messages to others out there.
It just made me cringe, because I used to watch the George Lopez show, and seen him in interviews and things as such, and have never sensed this racial undertone from him, until this special and in front of a large Latino/Hispanic audience.
I'm not suggesting that ALL Latino/Hispanics feel this way, just that someone of that stature, who in interviews, or in front of the camera for whatever, never seemed to have this undertone in him, until he came out in front a large Latino audience, just made me wonder about things. My relative noticed it to, from the audience reaction, and was surprised, because he didn't know, as a lot of others are opening their eyes now, that Hispanics in general, NOT ALL, felt the need to "take things over."
As I've said before, people down here are starting to take notice of the situation out west, and just waiting to see what happens next.
Thanks for your reading time