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The stranger that [is] within thee shall get up above thee very high; and thou shalt come down very low. … He shall be the head, and thou shalt be the tail.

– Deuteronomy 28:43-44

Have you heard that black Americans are under attack by Hispanic gangs from coast to coast? If you did hear it, you didn’t hear it from a black leader.

A string of killings – including the recent execution-style murder of three black teenagers in Newark, N.J., allegedly at the hands of six Hispanics – and increased attacks on blacks by Hispanic gangs in California are a wake up call to blacks Americans.

Newark is a “sanctuary city.” Mayor Cory Booker says he’s not concerned with the immigration status of criminals like Jose Carranza, an illegal from Peru, and the alleged ringleader in the Newark murders. Carranza was able to commit the heinous crime because he’d posted bail on charges that included 31 counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child for repeatedly raping a 5-year old girl.


Brown-on-black attacks on the rise

The ethnic cleansing of blacks from lower-income neighborhoods by Hispanic gangs and illegal aliens is a growing phenomenon. Here are some recent examples from California:

  • Since July 2006, there have been 12 shootings targeting blacks in Canoga Park, prompting local police to issue warnings for black residents to be wary. The latest victim was Nickson Gilles, a college football star who had his dreams shattered after being shot in the neck and eye by members of the Canoga Park Alabama gang – one of L.A.’s most dangerous gangs.

  • In December, a Hispanic gang killed 14-year-old Cheryl Green as she stood outside a friend’s house in the Harbor Gateway area of Los Angeles.

  • In November, three Hispanic gang members received life in prison for crimes that included the murder of two black men and conspiracy to intimidate black residents in Los Angeles.

  • And last August, four Hispanic gang members were convicted of engaging in a six-year conspiracy to assault and murder blacks in Highland Park.

Hispanic gangs are also assaulting blacks in the schools and prisons.

The phony alliance between blacks and Hispanics

Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, the NAACP, Newark Mayor Booker, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and others work to promote the false illusion that blacks and Hispanics are united, while they ignore the cold reality that blacks are being targeted daily.

At a recent press conference in Chicago, Sharpton continued promulgating the unity lie, saying, “We [blacks and Hispanics] need to sit down and see how we can share power in Chicago. …”

Jackson went so far as to provide cover to then-Mexican President Vicente Fox after Fox’s insulting comments that “illegals do the work that even blacks won’t do.”

If blacks were under this kind of attack from whites, these same hypocrites would be marching in the streets.

In reality, black and Hispanic “leaders” have a false alliance because their union is based on a mutual hatred of the “white man.” They seek to build a coalition of minority voters to get whites out of power.

The root of Hispanic-on-black violence

The black population is on the decline because of unchecked abortion, AIDS and escalating murder rates. Over the past 20-30 years, blacks have been gradually replaced by Hispanics in the construction trades and other fields.

Adding to the problem, the Latin culture fosters racist attitudes toward blacks – which stir up animosity between the two groups.

According to Tanya K. Hernandez, professor at Rutgers University Law School, anti-black racism is a pervasive and entrenched reality in Latin America and the Caribbean. More than 90 percent of the approximately 10 million enslaved Africans brought to the Americas were taken to Latin America and the Caribbean, whereas only 4.6 percent were brought to the U.S.

In Mexico, blacks, estimated to make up 1 percent of the population, report that local and state police often harass them.

Mexican public discourse reflects the hostility toward blacks. For example, the word “black” is often used to mean “ugly”; “getting black” means getting angry; and a “supper of blacks” is used to describe riotous behavior.

Studies also indicate that Hispanics are less likely to accept blacks as neighbors; whereas blacks don’t harbor the same hostility toward Hispanics.

Therefore it shouldn’t be surprising that many Hispanics bring racist attitudes with them to the U.S.

If blacks held onto the moral character and family unity they once had before they allowed the federal government to become the “daddy” of the family, they would not sit idle and allow themselves to be driven out of their communities.

Black Americans are getting what they deserve. If they don’t get their act together and return back to family, character and love of country, they will once again become a slave class, if they survive at all.



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