Paris Riots In The US?


Just look at the idiocy being muttered by the local Communist organization, Aztlan:

While Many Americans are watching the chaos unfold following 12 nights of mayhem by largely Muslim immigrants in the streets of France, a leader of the separatist Aztlan movement in the U.S. says it’s only a matter of time before worse unrest hits the streets of America.

“Can a similar insurrection occur in the USA?” asks Ernesto Cienfuegos of La Voz de Aztlan.

Yes, he concludes.

“Today, here in Los Angeles, we are already seeing ominous signs of an impending social explosion that will make the French rebellion by Muslim and immigrant youths seem ‘tame’ by comparison,” he writes. “All the ingredients are present including a hostile and racist police as in France. In fact, we came close to having major riots on three separate occasions just this year alone.”

Aztlan activists, who see themselves as “America’s Palestinians,” want to carve out of most of the southwestern United States an independent, Spanish-speaking nation known as the Republica del Norte.

According to earlier reports in La Voz de Aztlan, the leaders of this movement are meeting continuously with extremists from the Islamic world.

“There are great similarities between the political and economic condition of the Palestinians in occupied Palestine and that of La Raza in the southwest United States,” explained one 2001 editorial in La Voz de Aztlan.

Los Angeles is perceived as the future capital of Aztlan or Republica de Norte.

Cienfuegos continued in today’s dispatch: “On top of all this, there are major rumblings in the high schools of the Los Angeles Unified School District, the second largest in the USA. A few days ago, thousands of students, predominantly of Mexican descent, simply walked out of their schools to protest overcrowding, lack of texts, lack of desks and unqualified teachers. There is a strange feeling here in Los Angeles that something sinister is about to happen, but no one knows when. All it will take is for a ‘bird-brain cop’ to do something stupid and all hell will break loose. If another major rebellion breaks out here in L.A. it could rapidly spread throughout the USA as it has spread in France.”

“The social and economic conditions that exist in France that adversely affect its immigrant and Muslim populations also exist here in the USA,” Cienfuegos writes. “These conditions negatively affect our black, Latino and immigrant populations in the same way. The rebellion that is occurring in France can and will most probably happen here. If it does, it will have grave consequences on the social, political and economic structures of the country and it could possibly topple a government already weakened by the Iraq War and corruption within its ranks.”

Big difference between France and America jackass. Unlike in France, we will shoot back.

Recall our most recent significant riots, the King riots and the Watts riots. They burned their own neighborhoods but when they turned towards those Korean business’s they quickly made a u-turn. Seeing those Koreans on top of their business’s with assault rifles changed their minds.

I have worked in a low-income area of South-Central Los Angeles for eight years and have come in contact with thousands of legal and illegal immigrants. I have learned that Aztlan and the other communist organization La Raza don’t have a huge following in the Hispanic community. Most Hispanics are fairly religious and conservative and appreciate living in a country where they can earn a living.

“Ernesto Cienfuegos”

A terrorist-loving anti-semite.

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Big difference between France and America jackass. Unlike in France, we will shoot back.

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I just found your blog today and wanted to make a few comments.

As an Army family, we’ve lived all over the US, but never in CA. Of course, we have friends from all over the country lol, one in particular is from Los Angeles. I’ve heard her mention South Central and (not sure if it’s the same area) Compton (sp?). Coming from a small town in AL, it’s hard for me to imagine living in such a huge city…much less being a police officer there. I just wanted to say a quick THANK YOU. If it were not for people like you, I cannot imagine what shape our cities would be in.

They burned their own neighborhoods but when they turned towards those Korean business’s they quickly made a u-turn. Seeing those Koreans on top of their business’s with assault rifles changed their minds.

Being a southerner and raised where having several guns in the house, hunting…learning firearm safety and how to shoot at a young age etc. was all normal, it’s been a sort of culture shock moving to different areas of the U.S. where personal firearms are often considered evil. I understand these views, I just completely disagree lol.

Having read this morning on Neal Boortz’s site that San Fran had just voted to make handguns illegal, reading your blog and the description above makes me wonder what the voters of San Fran were thinking. I understand it’s a considerably liberal town, but with the threat of earthquakes so prevalent there, I can’t help but wonder who these citizens think is going to protect them and their property in the looting aftermath of a large earthquake or during times of civil unrest. Police officers will not be able to be at all places at all times…

As Boortz said this morning, the law-abiding citizens will turn over their weapons by the April 1st deadline. The criminal elements, of course, will continue to have firearms. Unlike the Koreans during the riots protecting their businesses from the rioters, the citizens of San Fran will be at the mercy of the criminals. Of course, when the police cannot be super heroes and protect every individual, their homes and businesses all at once, they will try to blame someone. Most likely, politicians and community activists and leaders will try to place the blame on an “inept” police department and want investigations – when it was their own making by voting for such a dangerous law that put them in peril to begin with.