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THE CONFESSIONS OF WARDEN, THE NOTORIOUS MEXICAN FLAG BURNER

THE CONFESSIONS OF WARDEN, THE NOTORIOUS MEXICAN FLAG BURNER

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AN EXERCISE IN CONFRONTATIONAL, NON PARTISAN POLITICAL ACTIVISM
AN EXERCISE IN CONFRONTATIONAL, NON PARTISAN POLITICAL ACTIVISM

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Published by: Roy Warden on Jun 11, 2011
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The Confessions of Warden,The Notorious Mexican FlagBurner
 An Exercise in Confrontational, Non PartisanPolitical ActivismBy Roy Warden
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PROLOGUE
By the last week in March 2006 their forty year dream for theNation of Aztlan was about to come true. After decades of hard work to advance their agenda,including, amongst other things, the promulgation of the so-called“right” of impoverished Mexican citizens to cross the border freely,to gain American citizenship and access to the pockets of Americancitizens, the long term, well coordinated plan of the “Pro-Raza”Movement and the advancement of Mexican GovernmentEconomic Policy, was finally clicking on all eight cylinders.On Saturday March 25 and Sunday March 26, ordinar Americans sat glued to their televisions, bewildered, mesmerizedand somewhat apprehensive as they listened to the news and watched legions of radicals and their liberal sympathizers marchingin the streets of America from New York City to Los Angeles; first by the tens and then by the hundreds of thousands, angry mobs of activists, stomping on American flags, waving Mexican flags,shouting slogans like “we didn’t cross the border, the bordercrossed us!” and “today we march, tomorrow we vote!”To the common man and the untrained eye it all appeared to be a massive and spontaneous public uprising in support of a
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general amnesty for the estimated 20-25 million illegal Mexicanaliens already in the country.However, unbeknownst to all but a few insiders, the plans forthese rallies, including theme and date, had been made months inadvance by the leaders of well known radical groups
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, such as Lulac,MEChA, the National Council of la Raza, ACORN, SEIU, MALDEF,The American Friends Service Committee, etc. along with theCommunist Party, all working in concert to maximize the effect.In Tucson Arizona one of the prime movers in what wouldeventually become known as the “Pro-Raza, Cheap Mexican Labor,Open Border Movement,” Pima County Legal Defender, IsabelGarcia, sat in her office on the 14
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floor of the Pima County LegalServices Building and talked to selected members of the left wingmedia, including Lorraine Rivera of KVOA News, and watched re-runs of the March rallies with immense satisfaction.The fact that Pima County’s Legal Defender was also Directorof an Arizona based Open Border group named DerechosHumanos, and openly used her tax funded government position,and office staff, to communicate and organize with radicalorganizations around the country to facilitate the breaking of  American immigration law, was no secret in Pima County, nor didit present Garcia with any ethical, legal, or political considerationsto ponder; after all, it was
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Garcia’s identity as an Open
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The Shadow Party, David Horowitz, pg. 102
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