“Uphold, Support and Defend . . .”

Posted June 11th, 2010 by Iron Mike

The Constitution of the United States . . .

against all enemies – foreign or domestic . . .

Watch this video of Los Angeles “teacher” Jose Lara at the Unified School District’s Santee Education Complex.  He is part of the La Raza movement – a group who advocate a Mexican Revolution within the USA to take back the “stolen lands” – i.e. our southwest states from Texas to Oregon. 

Remember that California is BROKE from providing wall-to-wall benefits to illegals, but here are their tax dollar$ and their teacher/student class time being used for revolutionary activity.

 The slogan on the wall?  Patria o Muerte, Venceremos!!! (Fatherland or Death, We Shall Overcome!!!)  Note the Mexican flag.  See Old Glory?  So do you really think this is about protesting a “racist unjust law”, – or is it about indoctrinating young minds with revolutionary fervor and starting a revolution?

This is the face of a domestic enemy!  From ancient times, this is how mighty empires have been crumbled – from within – while citizens stood idly by.  Worse, as this video shows, there are always mindless MoonBats willing to help them.  If your memory is short, – or you’re under 30, google the Balkan Wars.  Teacher Jose Lara is starting another one – right here! 

This isn’t the daily drip, drip, drip of socialism our kids get here in the People’s Republic of Massachusetts.  Lara is planting the seeds of armed race-based revolution.

   /s/  Iron Mike
   Old Soldier, – Still Good for Parts!

2 Responses to ““Uphold, Support and Defend . . .””

  1. Jim

    The protesters interviewed in the video sure weren’t afraid to go out and buy food!

  2. MC

    This school was to received over One Billion dollars in our Stimulus Dollars. Good to see how our hard earned tax dollars are being spent.

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