If you think communism isn’t rearing its ugly head in the United States, check out Lincoln High School in Portland, Oregon.
Jim Hoft’s Progressives Today found this gem. The front hall of this school is aglow with a series of student murals in its main entrance that feature communist and La Raza/Aztlan propaganda.
The first shows Che Guevara and Fidel along with a commie US flag and missiles popping up.
This one mocks Christianity and our constitution.
Another open borders-commie symbol.
Here is Atzlan imagery.
There are several others you can see at Progressives Today and they insult trade, corporations – they are basically hate America and Capitalism plaques. The principal Peyton Chapman is obviously a woman of the far left. You can reach Lincoln Principal Peyton Chapman at (503) 916-5200, ext. 75400
Open borders is a communist agenda item. It’s number one on the agenda and is intended to destroy traditional America but in case you don’t know about the Atzlan, Reconquista movement, we have some information for you.
When LaRaza began as a force in this country, it was with the intent of overturning the 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo and taking back the West.
During the Mexican-American war, the U.S. won all of Mexico from Spanish Conquistadors – not natives – but gave half back and we paid $15 million for the land we kept.
Some Mexicans want all of it back. This is the Atzlan, Reconquista movement which has also been called the de-colonization of the United States.
LaRaza claims to be a peaceful movement. LaRaza Unida, a youth gang, does not make any such claim. They both want the same things only they want to go about it differently. We have gang members coming illegally into this country unimpeded to add to their numbers.
In addition, the Unida or Reconquista groups have infiltrated the open borders groups.
The agenda of the Hispanic Separatist movement in the Southwest United States can be summarized in one leader’s words: “We have an aging white America. They are dying. It’s a matter of time. The explosion is in our population.” Those words were spoken by José Angel Gutiérrez, then an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Texas at Arlington (and a former leader of the La Raza Unida political party).