The Fire That Incites Retaliation

Sites like Illegal Protest like to court supporters by stating “we’re just against illegal immigrants” while behind the scenes they use terrible language to describe Hispanics. Yet, they can’t understand why a site like Mexican Movement states that we white Europeans are here illegally. I mean how dare they? Can’t they take racism and prejudice like good little Hispanics? Are they supposed to just deal terrible people who are blatantly racist xenophobes that don’t want Mexicans in their neighborhoods?

The troubled ones here are the hatist who can’t accept that our ancestors committed genocide and mass murder to have this land. Even given this truth they refuse to “settle down” and try to make up for all those atrocities. If I were a Mexican I’d be pissed too. If people weren’t acting like mindless racists we wouldn’t have sites like Mexican Movement. The site is clearly a reaction to hatred and racism.

Just look at this post from Illegal Protest where she applauds a man for burning a Mexican flag.


What kind of savage goes around burning flags anyway? Did he have extra lighter fluid after burning crosses in front yards? The guys in this picture are the same white bullies you see in the various You Tube videos harassing Hispanics and making videos of it as some sort of proof that Hispanics are unlawful and lewd.

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2 thoughts on “The Fire That Incites Retaliation

  1. Hahahaha.. well do you think you will be saved in the rapture? Think again!

    So – inciting retaliation.. that is a veiled threat and you better think twice. Libel is against the law and you have crossed that line.

    li·bel /ˈlaɪbəl/ Pronunciation Key – Show Spelled Pronunciation[lahy-buhl] Pronunciation Key – Show IPA Pronunciation noun, verb, -beled, -bel·ing or (especially British) -belled, -bel·ling.
    –noun
    1. Law.
    a. defamation by written or printed words, pictures, or in any form other than by spoken words or gestures.
    b. the act or crime of publishing it.
    c. a formal written declaration or statement, as one containing the allegations of a plaintiff or the grounds of a charge.
    2. anything that is defamatory or that maliciously or damagingly misrepresents.

  2. Ruth,

    I’m not a retaliator. I am against aggression of any kind. It’s your buddy Frank Jorge that condones assassinating politicians as a form of retaliation.

    What I’m referring to is the Hispanics that have to witness stupid stunts like having their flag burned by some white imbecile.

    As far as libel I’ve written nothing that I can’t back up by citing your words. Maybe you should stop posting hateful garbage.

    Please tell me how I have committed libel. After you’re done citing the instances I’ll add proof of my statements behind each comment in red.

    There is nothing slanderous about calling a person out for writing that Hispanics are “fat and lazy” while making fun of them for having higher rates of diabetes.

    — by the way. I thought you weren’t going to waste your time with me any more. You must really enjoy it here.

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