Hispanic Supremacy: Judicial Watch Investigates The Reconquista School
October 17, 2006, 10:00 PM
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You might remember this ghastly school (if it can really be called a school) from my column a few moons back—it's a charter school with an almost entirely Latino student body and a curriculum which includes subjects like Aztec Dance or worse:

U.S. History and Geography: A People’s history of Expansion and Conflict – A thematic survey of American politics, society, culture and political economy; Emphasis throughout on the nations the U.S. usurped, invaded and dominated.

Yes, our tax dollars are used to teach young students (many of them illegal aliens and/or the children of illegal aliens) to hate America.

While VDARE.com was one of the first to write about Academia Semillas del Pueblo, Judicial Watch has since picked up the ball and ran with it!

Judicial Watch (website) is "a conservative, non-partisan educational foundation, promotes transparency, accountability and integrity in government, politics and the law."

By filing a California Public Records Act request, Judicial Watch (JW) was able to read through a stack of documents including the original charter application for Academia Semillas del Pueblo. The information they uncovered is astonishing...

Here are some of the determinations from the Judicial Watch report:

In 2001, "The Los Angeles Unified School District approved financing for what is very clearly a radical Mexican reconquista training ground for school children."

How much does it cost the American taxpayer? About $1.6 million per year...then La Raza kicks in some of their own racist money for the cause.

According to JW, the school has three aims: Separatism, Anti-Americanism, and Marxism

The original charter application filed by Academia Semillas made their separatist agenda quite clear and LA Unified Schools either ignored it or applauded it but either way, they funded a charter school that promotes racism and Hispanic supremacy.

In 2001, Marcos Aguilar (school principal and General of the reconquista army) wrote a letter to La Raza (NCLR) requesting funding. In that letter he wrote:

"Our commitment to develop an excellent school that embraces our culture, defends our languages, and unites our families will reinforce the NCLR’s commitment to help organize charter schools..."

Our culture? Our language? Tip to Aguilar: Your culture and your language are doing just fine in your country...you might have heard of it...it's called MEXICO.

You have to hand it to our fearless leaders! We have a serious threat to our national security from an enemy that actually published their intent to harm us in a charter school application!

But instead of cutting them off at these knees we fund their operation...now that's classic!

The Judicial Watch report can be read here.