[ASI] Forget the Alamo?

January 23rd, 2018 at 11:48 am EDT
Cliff Kincaid
America's Survival, Inc.

Dear Friend of America’s Survival:

President Trump is faced with this DACA mess because of former President Barack Hussein Obama. But Trump is so far winning this struggle.

Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was an effort to give amnesty to the children of mostly Mexican invaders.

We ask for your support because America’s Survival, Inc. has emerged as the leading watchdog and authority on Obama’s political “post-presidency.” The truth about DACA must be told.

When I was in Texas recently, I visited a communist bookstore where they sold buttons proclaiming: “Forget the Alamo.” Of course, Remember the Alamo! Was the battle cry in the Texans’ struggle for independence from Mexico in the Mexican-American War of 1846-1848.

They are trying to steal our country away from us! That’s the importance of DACA. That’s why the DREAMERS have to be sent home. The Los Angeles Times reports that Mexico will welcome “with open arms” those DACA beneficiaries who return to Mexico. So let them go home.

The stakes are huge. Watch our interview with Matt Margolis. Matt is a young man with a family who is concerned that the next generation should receive the truth about the damage that Obama did to the nation.

That is one of our main concerns as well. I agree with Matt that the main motivation for the anti-Trump news coverage is protecting Obama’s legacy. But that legacy has to be exposed as a series of illegal and unconstitutional actions. We have to set the record straight about Obama. He was America’s first Marxist president.

The world is watching.

This is a critical year for America’s Survival. Without adequate funding, we will have to wind down some of our major operations. Please go to our home page www.usasurvival.org and click on the donate button.  

David Simas, CEO of the Obama Foundation, has just announced that “…we’ve been building something new -- an organization that bears the Obamas’ name, but belongs to all of us. An experiment in what it means to be an active citizen in the 21st century. This year we will welcome the very first class of Obama Fellows, and continue to host trainings and conversations open to citizens at home and around the world. We'll continue to keep you informed and ask for your help at every step of the way.”

Sounds nice, huh? These will be like the DACA “kids,” tearing America apart in the name of care and compassion.

Remember that one of Bill Ayers’ courses at the University of Illinois included Pedagogy of the Oppressed as required reading. Author Paulo Freire, a Brazilian Marxist, declared:

“This, then, is the great humanistic and historical task of the oppressed: to liberate themselves and their oppressors as well.”

These DACA kids consider themselves oppressed. They are not only liberals but potential revolutionaries on American soil.

It turned out that the Freire book was required reading in “Raza Studies” or Mexican-American courses in some high schools in Tucson, Arizona. Other required books were Occupied America by Rodolfo Acuña, a professor emeritus of Chicano studies at California State University in Northridge (CSUN), and Prison Notebooks by Antonio Gramsci, the Italian Communist.

When patriotic officials and citizens tried to eliminate these subversive books from the hateful classes, liberal Judge Wallace Tashima ruled that the books had to go back in the schools! His ruling was handed down in December.

The apparent aim is to convince the Mexican-American youth that they are the victims of the “oppressors” -– white society. Occupied America opens with a map of “The Mexican Republic, 1821,” showing Mexico in control of the Southwest United States. The subtitle of Occupied America, “A History of Chicanos,” sets the tone. Freire promises them “liberation” from the gringos.

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Cliff Kincaid, President




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