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Proposition 187 Was The Last Gasp of White Americans In California

ID Number: 43155
Maker: Voice of Citizens Together
Technique: photocopy
Date Made: 1995
Place Made: United States: California, Los Angeles
Measurements: 61 cm x 46 cm; 24 in x 18 1/8 in
Main Subject: Immigration; Racism
Materials: paper (fiber product)
Digitized: Y

Full Text:
Paid Advertisment "Proposition 187 Was The Last Gasp of White Americans in California" Former State Senator Art Torres, January 13, 1995 An Outrageous Statement Can you imagine a prominent American saying that Proposition 187 was the end of the brown invasion of America? There would have been a media outrage, that's what. But what happened when former State Senator Art Torres said that Proposition 187 was the "last gasp of white Americans in California?" Nothing. In fact, the words were kept from you. What is going on here? An invasion of America covered up by the power-elite, that's what! The Battle for California-- Mexican Nationalism Revealed On July 20, 1982, the leading newspaper in Mexico said, "The American Southwest seems to be slowly returning to the jurisdiction of Mexico without the firing of a single shot." On October 16, 1994, 100,000 people marched through downtown Los Angeles carrying the flag of Mexico. One large American flag was displayed, but it had only thirteen stars- a statement as to the "true ownership" of California. The motto of many "Chicano" advocates, including KMPC talk show host Xavier Hermosillo, is "We may not overcome, but we will overwhelm." We are being overwhelmed, as he said, "house-by-house and block-by-block." On February 5, 1995, the L.A. Times printed a VCT letter asserting that Southern California was being invaded by Mexico. Not one of the Times’ 1.5 million subscribers challenged us. In response to Proposition 187, the Mexican government is planning to grant dual citizenship to Mexican Nationals living in the United States. Why? Because many Mexicans don’t want to become U.S. citizens if they lose their Mexican citizenship! A researcher in Mexico City said, “Ours is a chauvinistic country where you were brought up with the idea that you are a Mexican always.” (Christian Science Monitor) On April 28th hundreds of Americans in Southern California were attacked on construction job sites by Mexican Nationals under the guise of a union movement. The police let them go. Five Million Californians Can't Be Wrong […] The Constitution is not a suicide pact! So What Can We Do?...Organize and Spread The Truth Those who are determined to overwhelm California are well financed and organized. They even have the government of Mexico behind them...and the American media. We Americans in California must now "hang together"- or we will certainly "hang" separately. This is your chance to help spread the truth about the invasion of California! […] VCT- Working to Save California- Peacefully at the ballot box. […] Any Donation Makes You A Member ...A Large Donation Makes You A Hero! Send your check to save California to: Voice of Citizens Together 13601 Ventura Blvd, #163, Sherman Oaks, CA 91432 1-818-501-206/Fax 1-818-501-0359 A non-profit corporation (501 C-4) Monthly Newsletter Monthly Meetings Special Projects Citizen Networking VCT has been featured on CBS's "48 hrs," ABC's "Nightline," CBS Evening News, "Vista LA," "Life & Times," "C-SPAN Special on Immigration," ...and many more TV and radio broadcasts 1- From official audio tape of U.C. Riverside Latino Conference- "The Immigration Crisis- Responses to Prop. 187," Jan 13/14, 1995; 2- Excelsior, Mexico City- July 20, 1982; 3- Testimony before California State Legislature Herings on Causes of L.A. Riots- Sept. 8, 1992; 4- CBS News "48 Hrs" May, 1993; Los Angeles Times, Editorial Section - Sunday February 5, 1995; 6- Christian Science Monitor, April 1995; 7- Daily News Santa Clarita Valley Edition, Saturday, April 29, 1995; and owner of framing contracting business told to Voice of Citizens Together, Tuesday, May 2, 1995


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