Past Features

March 5, 2015

Obama-Munoz Plan for
Conquest of Aztlan Exposed

Obama - Munoz Plan exposed on the Mark Levin Show (2/26/15) - Listen
Selwyn Duke -- American Thinker -- March 5, 2015  
Obama Amnesty Plan: Legalize Foreigners, 'Take Over the Host,' 'Push Citizens into the Shadows'
    It was supposed to be a phone call for Obama administration ears only. But hear it the radio host did, she says. And what she heard should make your blood run cold --- and perhaps your rage hot. Obama's amnesty plan is to use illegal aliens as “seedlings,” said the federal officials. They will “navigate, not assimilate,” as they “take over the host,” create a “country within a country” and start “pushing the citizens into the shadows.”
    Welcome to the “fundamental transformation” of America.
    The above was alleged by WCBM radio co-host Sue Payne in an interview with talk giant Mark Levin Thursday last week. Payne says that while at an immigration rally, she became privy to three conference calls in which 16 Obama administration officials --- including Cecilia Muñoz, director of Obama's White House Domestic Policy Council --- discussed plans for what could only be called the final destruction of traditional America and the cementing of leftist hegemony. Muñoz, by the way, is perfectly suited to this task; she was once a senior vice president for the anti-American Hispanic lobbying organization the National Council of La Raza.
    Oh, la raza means “the race” (I guess the whole “‘Hispanic' is an ethnicity” thing doesn't cut much ice with them).
    Payne opened the interview by explaining that what Obama actually did on November 21 — the day he signed his supposed executive amnesty --- was create the “Task Force on New Americans” (TFNA) for the purposes of implementing his legalization scheme. And it won't be applied to just 5 million illegals, but “13 to 15 million to give protection [to] and move... on to citizenship,” reports Payne.

New York Times, October 22, 2000
Munoz Attacked Spencer
    Cecilia Munoz, a vice president for policy at the National Council of La Raza, a Hispanic civil rights organization, described the national anti-immigration groups as "hate groups." She noted that Glenn Spencer, the leader of Voices of Citizens Together [now American Patrol] who spoke at Sachem's rally last weekend, believes that Mexicans on both sides of the border are plotting to reconquer parts of the Southwest. "He makes contentions that are ugly and very divisive," she said. "Not the kinds of things that bring people together, as is clearly needed in Farmingville right now.”