Why Julian and Joaquin Castro could be worse than Fidel and Raul

Josh Berstein
Phoenix Political Buzz Examiner

…“Chicano is our identity. It defines who we are as a people. We reject the notion that we should assimilate into the White Anglo-American melting pot. Aztlan was the legendary homeland of the Aztecas. It became synonymous with the vast territories of the Southwest that were brutally stolen from the Mexican People. Aztlan belongs to those who plant the seeds, water the fields, and gather the crops, not to the foreign European invaders. We are Aztlan. For La Raza Todo, Fuera de La Raza nada.” The last ending sentence translates to, “For the race everything, for outside the race nothing.”

Julian Castro and his twin brother Joaquin, born one minute apart and on Mexican Independence Day were raised to be revolutionaries literally from the moment they could walk and talk. Their bedtime stories were not Mother Goose stories or Nursery Rhymes; they were songs of revolution. They were taught by their activist mother that activism was the only way to make a difference. They were instilled with the values of separatism, racism, and anti-White hatred. Their mother even named Joaquin after a character in an anti-Gringo poem titled I am Joaquin.

Let’s take Julian Castro’s own words about his mother as proof:

“My mother’s rabble rousing and political activisms were like war cries ringing in my ears. She would say things like, Viva La Raza! Or Brown and Black unite! My mother’s fervor for activism was instilled in my brother and I at a very young age and has shaped and molded the people we are today.”…



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