Antonio Villariagosa and the Aztec Al-Qeada

It is shameful……hardly any time in his office; spending time running to any photo ops he can manage; travels for pleasure at taxpayers expense; had a cute little affair with a news reporter covering him for her paper while married and his wife had throat cancer; marched with the illegal aliens beginning with their first march when they carried Mexican flags demanding equal benefits and entitlements as American citizens; cheered them and encouraged illegals from the podiums at the marches; he supports illegal immigration; Villaraigosa was the only California politician who dared to join in the 1996 March on Washington that demanded amnesty for illegal aliens; LOS ANGELES — Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez are among those expected to join immigrant-rights activists Thursday for a march and rally to denounce the actions of Los Angeles riot police at a May Day rally at MacArthur Park culminating with Villaraigosa stating that MacArthur Park was a safe place to be 24/7.

With complains running rampant because of his absence from duties of being Mayor, he told Hillary during her campaign he would knock on doors for her as long as it took and his time was all hers.

After UCLA, Villaraigosa attended the People’s College of Law (PCL), a “community-run law school” in Los Angeles, which is unaccredited through the State Bar.[7] Villaraigosa failed the California Bar Exam in each of four attempts, and thus remains unlicensed to practice law

Los Angeles, Alta California – June 16, 2008 – (ACN) Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa signed an agreement during his trip to Israel that greatly endangers the security of all Angelenos and of travellers who utilize the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The agreement signed on Friday will allow right-wing Israeli Likud Party operatives complete access to all areas of the LAX under the pretext of making “expert” periodic reviews of anti-terrorist measures at the world’s fifth busiest airport. The agreement also calls for city taxpayers to pay three Israelis $1000.00 each per day plus all travel, lodging and other expenses while making “security” inspections at the LAX. ACORN rent-A-mob demands more welfare housing in L.A.

The vote fraud factory known as ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now) is apparently supporting Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s crazy push for $5 billion in so-called affordable housing…

And last, but not least, “Born to Raise Hell” – at UCLA

Antonio Villaraigosa, ( Tony Villara) one-time juvenile delinquent still tattooed with the slogan “Born to Raise Hell,” entered the UCLA campus as a transfer student from East Los Angeles Community College in 1972. Known then simply as Tony Villar, he would not successfully graduate by the time he left in 1975.(1) But Villar did leave a wide swath of influence in other, more radical ways.

While on campus, Villar joined the UCLA chapter of Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (MEChA), and was part of its leadership by 1974. MEChA had only been founded as a regional movement in 1969, and in many ways, the UCLA chapter, and the radical Chicano student left today, is a direct product of Villar’s work then.

Fellow MEChA alumni from the period remember Villaraigosa’s exploits well: “He was one of the guys that would go out there and start the slogans because he was the loudest one,” said Arturo Chavez, a fellow activist in college. “He was one of the people who would make sure people were riled up.”

Chavez underemphasizes what young Tony Villar did on the UCLA campus. Archives from the campus newspaper The Daily Bruin of 1974 have revealed that Villar led a campaign to ensure an advisory role in the UCLA Chicano Studies Center for a communist Chicano community group, and successfully engineered the dismissal of the Chicano director of the Center who stood in the way of this goal.

As first reported May 9, 1974, a group of approximately 50 Chicano students (out of the 1,500 with Hispanic surnames on campus at that time) called on the Chicano Studies Center Director Rudolfo ‘Rudy’ Alvarez to resign from his post. Villar accused Alvarez of “trying to alter the concept behind Chicano studies.” The article paraphrased Villar’s further accusation “that the center has drifted away from its initial direction of research conducted in conjunction with the community.”

After the protest by the group of students, the Bruin further reported: “When CSC staff members arrived at the center Monday morning, they found locks inside and out of the offices jammed with toothpicks and matches, file cabinets also jammed, and the mouthpieces of the phones removed. It is not known who was responsible or whether this was connected to the demonstration Friday. Leaders of the demonstration deny any knowledge of the incident.”

Not content with petty vandalism, Villar’s group engineered, with the cooperation of a like-minded staff, a shut-down of the Center with the stated threat that it would not to end until Alvarez resigned.

But it is the article from June 25, 1974 that explains the real roots of the controversy and shows the true agenda that belied Villar’s posturing about Alvarez’s supposed “lack of leadership and incapability as an administrator

The Daily Bruin on that date reported that “Chicano students are considering filing a class action suit against Rodolfo Alvarez, Chicano Studies Center (CSC) director, according to student leader Raoul Garcia.

“Students criticized Alvarez’ mishandling of the Steering Committee in 1973. “Where at one time the Steering Committee composed of students, faculty, and community people was the policy making body of the Center, now Rudy is its sole dictator,” said Tony Villar, another leader in the movement against Alvarez.

“Both Villar and Garcia attacked the Alvarez-directed CSC for working only with government-sponsored drug programs “instead of community organizations like the National Committee to Free Los Tres.””

The “National Committee to Free Los Tres,” it must be understood, was a Los Angeles group created by former MEChistas to defend three members of the militant Chicano organization Casa Carnalismo who were convicted of assaulting a federal narcotics officer posing as a drug dealer in East Los Angeles. Even more telling about this “community organization” that Villar favored is that by 1974, a Marxist-Leninist faction emerged within the NCFLT seeking to deemphasize the social- service aspect of the organization, and hoping to transform its parent group Casa Carnalismo into a “revolutionary vanguard” dedicated to the “liberation of the Mexican people.”(5) In a direct and unmistakable way, Villar was advocating for nothing less than a Communist place at the table within UCLA’s Chicano Studies Center.

The Bruin ended the story with a final quote from Villar: “As Chicanos going to University they’re demanding relevant education that they have some input into.”

The term “relevant education” is Orwellian code used by minority political activists to describe their vision of a network of non- academic interests that both feed from, and direct, the university. The ideal network includes, but is not limited to, labor unions, minority racial affiliation groups, and members of the public taking direct action to aggregate political power. Stripping away Villar’s self-justification about ‘relevant education,’ it becomes clear that the fight was a proxy power grab by militant Chicano organizations. Their goal: to turn an academic unit at a proud university into a mere ideological factory to support and undergird a drive for exclusive minority power accumulation.

Villar was ultimately successful in his fight for his vision for a relevant education. On July 19, 1974, the Daily Bruin announced in a brief notice that Professor Alvarez had resigned from his directorship following internal private deliberations with higher administration figures.

Villar’s goals, and the actions which made it possible, are instructive in understanding the man who desires to be the next mayor of Los Angeles. Not only did Villar himself harbor radical ambitions, he proved willing to destroy both an innocent man and a fellow Chicano by turning his staff, his students, and eventually, his employer, against him.


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Antonio Villariagosa and the Aztec Al-Qeada — 9 Comments

  1. Learn your fucking history first before you open that ignorant mouth! Mexicans were here first and we’re not going anywhere soon! I enjoy making all your white hoes swallow my kids!

  2. Not ALL Mexicanos are bad people. There is good and bad in every race. All we want is to be treated like human beings how would you like it if your people were tautened raped and slaughtered and then told you can’t have your land? and we are NOT Aztecs we are Mexica (X pronounced as a SH) and we do not want violence we want the respect that we deserve and our land that was taken by the USA. I have NOTHING against Americans but it should be taught and understood that some of America IS and ALWAYS WILL BE our land. I do not believe in violence but sometimes you have to fight for what is yours just like our people in Mexico fighting in the EZLN (which i support) All we want is to be treated fairly and i am writing this out of love for my people not hatred for others. HASTA LA VICTORIA SIEMPRE. PARA TODOS TODO

    So who did the mexi cans steal the land from?

  3. so sush a fat ass you don’t know who we are idiot so don’t cridisive us go to hell i bet we are more power full than you all mexicans together words don’t hert feeling hert

  4. u think ur so powerful think again we beat you amercans in the war and we can do that again

    At the Battle of San Jacinto on April 21, 1836, however, Houston surprised Santa Anna and the Mexican forces during their afternoon siesta. In less than 18 minutes, the battle was over. Badly beaten, Santa Anna was forced to sign the Treaty of Velasco, granting Texas independence. Although Houston stayed on briefly for negotiations, he returned to the United States for treatment of a wound to his ankle.

  5. u white people dont have the fouking balls to say it in our faces, because u all are afraid to get urs white ass kick… u dont go back to europe because they dont want u there. however us sa MEXICANS we can be in both countries and we speak both lenguages. jajajajajajaja

    • I say it to your ugly face, you dirty illegal! Who do you think built this country. If it had been left to Mexicans they would have destroyed it. You’d still be living like they do in Mexico….swimming in shit like pigs!

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