Banning U.S. Flag from California
Glenn Spencer -- American Patrol Report -- November 17
Cody Alicea flying flag in California -- soon to be banned?
Thirteen-year-old Cody Alicea didn't fly the flag at school -- he packed it into his backpack beforehand. But that wasn't good enough for school superintendent Parraz -- he didn't want to see the flag anywhere near the school.
Parraz said he was trying to avoid tensions. He said some students had complained. Hispanics, read Mexicans, are now the majority in California schools.
As Mario Obledo said, California is going to become a Hispanic state. And, as Pescador Osuna said, it will become part of Mexico. It is just a matter of time before the Mexican flag will fly in the place of Old Glory.
But how did we get here?
Mexico began the retaking of California with the Immigration Act of 1965 and the opening up of the floodgates from south of the border. Shortly thereafter the Ford Foundation put up millions to help Mexicans use that law, and civil rights legislation, to defeat any attempt to stop them. By 1986 Congress began to see the problem and passed a law to stop illegal immigration, but Ford Foundation forces gutted it.
In 1994 the people of California fought back with Proposition 187, but once again Ford Foundation people stopped it.
The end of the beginning happened in 1998 when the California Republican Party walked away from Proposition 187 and nominated Dan Lungren, the floor manager for the 1986 amnesty law, to be governor.
That was the end of the beginning.
We are now witnessing the beginning of the end.