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Rafael Barajas, under the pen name of El Fisgon, wrote a book about the Nazi roots of PAN, the right-wing political party in Mexico. In this video, Barajas talks about the pro-Nazism of Jose Vasconcelos, who was an agent of … Continue reading
Jose Vasconcelos developed a cultural and racial supremacy doctrine for the hispanic mixed race (mestizos), documented in his book “La Raza Cosmica”. This supremacy doctrine has been appropriated by the Chicano political movement in the United States. The Protocols of … Continue reading
Below is an English translation of the article entitled, “Ese olvidado nazi mexicano de nombre Jose Vasconcelos” by Hector Orestes Aguilar. Jose Vasconcelos was a very prominent Mexican writer, philosopher and politician Mexico. He produced the “La Raza” racialist concept … Continue reading
Jose Vasconcelos was a prominent Mexican writer, philosopher and politician, known thoughout Latin America. He produced the “La Raza” racialist concept for mixed-race Hispanic peoples, on which the La Raza and Chicano political movements are based. This is formalized in … Continue reading
The clip shows a few details of how many Mexicans collaborated with the Nazis and had sympathy for Nazi Germany during the first part of WWII. Mexican audiences used to applaud the Nazis in newsreels shown in the cinemas. To … Continue reading
A group of masked patriots stand in front of a swastika symbol on a mural in Chicano Park. A photo of it is deleted by Facebook as a “hate symbol”. This just validates our won criticism of this mural as … Continue reading
In the summer of 2017, the National Council of La Raza changed its name to UnidosUS. CEO Janet Murguia said the name change was to give the movement broader appeal. It seems, however, to be a concession to some their … Continue reading
The Chicano movement is an ultra nationalist movement, based on ethnic and mestizo racial nationalism, which seeks to gain political control of the southwestern United States and to ultimately join it with Mexico. They are the ideological heirs of the … Continue reading