Demographic War Leading to Civil War
|American Patrol Report -- July 31, 2014
Rodney King Riot, 1992
".... nearly one-third of the first 6,000 riot suspects arrested and processed through the court system were illegal aliens."
LA Rodney King Riot Photo source
Demographic War Leading to Civil War
In 1986 the public became aware of the problem of illegal immigration when the Simpson-Mazolli Act was being debated in Congress. That act became the Immigration Reform and Control IRCA of 1886.
I was one who was awakened to the issue. For the next few years I followed the issue, especially in Los Angeles where I lived. The more I learned, the more concerned I became. I donated money to the Federation for American Immigration Reform and read their newsletters. I began doing my own research.
Visiting the Public Affairs Library at UCLA (I had helped by wife get her degree in library science at UCLA) I dug out data on border apprehensions. That did it. I saw that apprehensions of illegal aliens had reached almost 1.6 million per year. It had dropped after IRCA was passed, but then it had started back up again. My background in statistics told me that this could not continue without a major impact on our nation.
In early 1992, I met with other concerned citizens and formed Voice of Citizens Together (VCT). My co-founder was Shirley Lertzman, a prominent citizen who had been on the Los Angeles County Grand Jury for 17 years.
VCT began holding monthly meetings and invited experts to explain the illegal immigration problem. With the help of radio personality George Putnam, our membership swelled.
On April 29, 1992, rioting broke out in Los Angeles over the Rodney King verdict.
I sat stunned before my TV as helicopters showed hundreds of rioters burning the city, including my old neighborhood in East Hollywood. But most of the rioters I saw were not Blacks - they were Latinos! I later learned that 1/3 of the first 6,000 arrested were illegal aliens.
That was the final straw. I shut down my consulting company and devoted full-time to the illegal immigration problem. That was 22 years ago.
| "At a Cabinet meeting today, Attorney General William P. Barr said nearly one-third of the first 6,000 riot suspects arrested and processed through the court system were illegal aliens, according to a senior Administration official. Barr has not proposed any special effort to have them deported, a Justice Department spokesman said." -- Washington Post, May 6, 1992
The primary lesson I learned in those 22 years is that we are in a war - a demographic war. The war is with Mexico and the rest of Latin America, as explained to us in 1998 by Sgt. Wainscoat, a former Army intelligence expert.
Prior to and following the passage of Proposition 187 in 1994, I witnessed a reaction from the Latino community that was jaw-dropping. In open forums we were told that there was a war and that we would lose it. In 1996, Mario Obledo, co-founder of MALDEF, said - "California is gong to be a Hispanic State and anyone who doesn't like it should leave." California is now a Hispanic state.
Most Americans have no idea what is really happening to them, thanks to a complicit mainstream media. There is no question in my mind, however, that, if Barack Obama is able to legalize millions of illegal aliens - mostly from Mexico - in a few years those Americans will understand as civil war rages in the Southwest. Mexicans and other Latinos will demand their language, culture and political control dominate huge parts of our once unified land.
Bill Clinton once said, "...unless we handle this well, immigration of this sweep and scope could threaten the bonds of our union."
It looks like we may not handle it well.