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Patriots Tour

Of

Chicano Park
By
Roger Ogden
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Contents

Background ................................................................................................................................................... 1
Chicano Movement Founders ....................................................................................................................... 2
The Mexican Mural Movement .................................................................................................................... 4
Promoting Communism ................................................................................................................................ 6
The Concept of “Aztlan”................................................................................................................................ 9
The Concept of La Raza ............................................................................................................................... 11
Nazi-Like Symbolism ................................................................................................................................... 12
Pseudo-Indigenous Identity ........................................................................................................................ 23
Occult Inspiration of Racial Supremacy Theories ....................................................................................... 25
Revolutionary Murals.................................................................................................................................. 29
Anti-Law Enforcement Murals .................................................................................................................... 32
Extremist Use of the Park ........................................................................................................................... 34
National Historic Landmark Fraud .............................................................................................................. 37
Conclusions ................................................................................................................................................. 37
Bibliography ................................................................................................................................................ 39
Appendix A – The Spiritual Plan of Aztlan ................................................................................................... 40
Appendix B – Human remains interred illegally in Chicano Park ................................................................ 43

Note: This document is under construction. Constructive criticism is welcome. You can contact the
author of this document by going to this link below:

https://patriot-fire.net/contact/

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List of Figures
1. Chicano Park logo with map of Aztlan ................................................................................................................ 1
2. Reies Tijerina ..................................................................................................................................................... 2
3. Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales .................................................................................................................................. 2
4. Cesar Chavez ...................................................................................................................................................... 3
5. Jose Angel Gutierrez .......................................................................................................................................... 3
6. Historical Mural, honoring Chicano heroes, such as communist dictators. ......................................................... 5
7. Historical Mural - Memorializing mass murderers, Fidel Castro and Che Guevara .............................................. 6
8. Che mural on electrical transformer .................................................................................................................. 6
9. Monumental mural, memorializing communist terrorist, Che Guevara ............................................................. 7
10. Mural memorializing socialist, Salvador Allende of Chile ................................................................................. 8
11. Chicano Park logo, showing map of Aztlan ....................................................................................................... 9
12. Flags of Aztlan and La Raza on main flagpole in park ..................................................................................... 11
13. Depiction of human sacrifice from Aztec Codex ............................................................................................. 14
14. Kiosko - Styled after the Aztecs main temple for human sacrifice .................................................................. 14
15. “My Race First” mural, (Mi Raza Primero) ...................................................................................................... 15
16. Jose Vasconcelos with his Nazi paymaster ..................................................................................................... 16
17. Pre-park, Chicano-Power graffiti with Nazi swastikas .................................................................................... 18
18. Prophecy of Quetzalcoatl mural with swastika .............................................................................................. 19
19. Chicano Park Logo Mural with swastika ......................................................................................................... 19
20. La Raza “embryo” with swastika .................................................................................................................... 20
21. Close of La Raza" embryo" associated with swastika ..................................................................................... 20
22. Birth of La Raza mural .................................................................................................................................... 21
23. Children’s Mural with historically-accurate Nazi swastika .............................................................................. 21
24. Nazi battle flag compared to UFW flag designs .............................................................................................. 22
25. Typical Nazi and Mexican eagle depictions .................................................................................................... 22
26. Cuauhtemoc, Aztec warrior, who fought against Spanish conquistadors. ...................................................... 23
27. Neo-Aztec "sacred" dancing ........................................................................................................................... 23
28. Fire circle for pagan/occult religious ritual ..................................................................................................... 24
29. Sweat lodge for pagan/occult religious ritual ................................................................................................. 24
30. Madame Helena Blavatsky, founder of Theosophical Society ........................................................................ 25
31. Theosophical Society logo featuring a swastika. ............................................................................................ 25
32. Freemasonic-like pyramid and all-seeing eye ................................................................................................. 26
33. Intertwined snakes symbol, suggestive of the gnostic occult. ........................................................................ 27
34. The Caduceus, a symbol of gnostic occult. ..................................................................................................... 27
35. Our sacred land mural .................................................................................................................................... 28
36. Mexican revolutionary mural ......................................................................................................................... 29
37. Zapata statue ................................................................................................................................................. 29
38. Land redistribution to Chicanos ..................................................................................................................... 30
39. Sacred heart filling San Diego Bay with blood ................................................................................................ 31
40. “Demonic” police burning in hell - Historical mural ........................................................................................ 32
41. Che mural with police beating a Chicano ....................................................................................................... 33
42. ICE choking an illegal alien ............................................................................................................................. 33
43. Mock Trump hanging in Chicano Park, “My Name is Judas”. .......................................................................... 34
44. David Rico indicted for plotting violent overthrow of the U.S. government. .................................................. 35

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Background
Chicano Park is the most anti-
American public park in the nation. It
is controlled by a far-left, political cult,
which claims to own the land,
promotes communism and a Nazi-like
“La Raza” ultra-nationalism for the
Southwestern United States, which
they call their national homeland,
Aztlan. The park land was seized by a
group of radicals in 1970.

On September 3, 2017, five citizens
attempted to make a private tour of
the murals at Chicano Park. They were
met by a crowd of about 500, howling 1. Chicano Park logo with map of Aztlan
epithet-screaming fanatical park-
supporters intent on denying access and driving the group out of the park via the threat of violence.
Video of what was called the Patriot Picnic can be seen by clicking here. Park supporters had earlier
launched a defamatory campaign to before the event, labeling the group “white supremacists” and
“Nazis” in an attempt to rally a mob to confront the park visitors.

Another Patriot Picnic II was held six months later with the goal of simply flying the American flag and
the park with similar results. Again about 600-700 fanatics again showed up to prevent the patriots
from accessing the park as intended. In the resulting confrontation, one policeman was viciously
punched twice and seriously injured by one of the persons among the park supporters.

The park is not controlled by elected city officials, but the self-appointed Chicano Park Steering
Committee (CPSC). The CPSC is not accountable to city officials or the public. They enforce their rule
over the park by threats, slander and intimidation, as they did to keep the Patriot Picnickers out of the
park

The local media has also suppressed the truth about this radical political park for decades. These Patriot
Picnic events beg the question as to exactly why so many political militants are so absolutely determined
to keep those out, who may be critical of the murals. What do that have to hide? Since they continue
to deny patriots the right to free access to this public park, the tour has to be done via the Internet. This
document has been produced, in order to distribute some of this information that they hope to keep out
of public view. This perverse park with a political-cult following is a brown-supremacist temple
dedicated to spreading the ideas of revolution and the destruction of America.

The extreme political ideology promoted at the park in the artwork and well as the political activists,
who organize events at the park, benefit only the Democratic Party. So, it is also a park that supports
partisan politics at taxpayer expense. It should be illegal – if not treasonous -- for government officials
to fund such a revolutionary political park. It has been funded by all levels of government, local, state
and federal. Obama’s interior secretary made this perverse park a national historic landmark in the last
days of Obama’s term in office, bypassing the lawful congressional process.

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Chicano Movement Founders
There are considered to be four “founders” of the Chicano political movement, listed below. All of them
either justified the use of violence and intimidation or it was used by their followers, some more they
others.

Reies Lopez Tijerina - Was the Elder founder of the Chicano movement in
New Mexico. His followers shot two law enforcement officials in an attempt
to capture a District Attorney, against whom they held a grudge. One of the
officials was brutally beaten to death before just before a trial, in which he
was supposed to testify against Tijerina. Tejerina was diagnosed as a
psychopath in prison.

Tejerina believed that old Spanish land grants, the Treaty of Guadalupe and
Spanish legal documents justified the return of large tracts of land to the
descendants of the original Hispanic inhabitants of New Mexico. Tijerina
also had an apocalyptic religious idea about the Hispanics being the chosen 2. Reies Tijerina
people, which is similar to Christian identity, a Nazi doctrine. Originally an
apocalyptic Pentecostal preacher, he believed and dreamed that the United States would be destroyed
in a nuclear holocaust, but the Hispanic nations would survive and arise to take its place.

Tijerina’s followers shot two Hispanic police officers when they took over a courthouse in Tierra
Amarilla. He also took over part of the Carson National Forest and declared it a separate nation, not
unlike militant Chicanos did in Chicano park not long thereafter. He told the press after the takeover
that “Fidel Castro has what he has, because of his guts. Castro put the gringos off his island and we can
do the same” (from Brown-Eyed Children of the Sun).

Tijerina demonized Anglos and was anti-Semitic. He wrote in his auto-biography, though, that his
biggest problem was not Anglos, but Hispanics who wanted to live the American way of life. He was
diagnosed as a psychopath in prison. Tijerina compared himself to Adolf Hitler’s deputy führer, Rudolf
Hess. Hear Reies Tijerina expressing his concept of La Raza supremacy here (subtitled in English).

Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzalez – Corky was a founder of the movement in
Colorado. He was the most out spoken proponent of Chicano Nationalism,
the idea that Aztlan is the homeland of the Chicanos. He organized violent
protests and advocated violence against the police, declaring that the
murder of police is a revolutionary act, not a crime. Corky often wore a
chain around his neck with the racialist symbol of the mestizo race (La Raza)
around his neck. A frequent visitor to Chicano Park on the annual Park Day
3. Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales
celebration. Corky’s ashes were spread in the grassy area near the Zapata
statue. Hear a recording of him justifying cop-killing here.

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Cesar Chavez – Cesar Chavez was a union organizer in California. His
tactics and philosophy were very different from the other “founders”. He
organized compulsory unionization of farm workers, the United Farm
Workers. He claimed to support non-violent change, though his unionizing
activities were not without violent acts and intimidation of those, who did
not wish to belong to the union. Cesar Chavez was trained in community
organizing by followers of Saul Alinsky. Alinsky acknowledged Lucifer as a
source of inspiration for his book. Rules for Radicals, called the “bible” of
community organizers. Alinsky also lived with Al Capon’s gangsters and
studied their tactics as fodder for his theory of community organizing.

4. Cesar Chavez

Jose Angel Gutierrez – Gutierrez is the youngest of the four founders and
was a protégé of Reies Tijerina. He was mainly a political organizer,
starting a political party, called La Raza Unida (the united race). He became
a professor at the University of Texas, now retired. He translated Reies
Tijerina biography, “Mi Lucha por La Tierra” (My Struggle for the Land)
from Spanish into English. In the foreword of the book he called for Aztlan
(the American Southwest) to be united with Mexico. He also called for the
ethnic cleansing and/or extermination of “gringos”. See a video of him
declaring that the “gringos” must go here.

5. Jose Angel Gutierrez

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The Mexican Mural Movement
Artists at Chicano Park have a long history of political provocation. They were inspired by the Mexican
mural movement, which from the beginning used provocation, and ambiguous symbolism to propagate
revolutionary ideas of the Mexican revolution. The purpose of the murals at Chicano Park is similar to
promote the concepts of revolutionary change in the United States and this is supported by our
government at all levels. San Diego City pays to maintain the park. The land is owned by the state of
California. The national government as provided grants to the park as has local and state
governments.

Diego Rivera, one of the founding artists of the Mexican mural movement was a communist and an
atheist. There was a strong anti-Church element to the Mexican revolution. In one of his most famous
murals for the revolutionary Mexican government, he painted himself as a priest as a provocation to
Catholics.

The mural that Rivera did for Rockefeller in the 1930's is a good example of provocation used in the
Mexican mural movement. The artists at Chicano Park are doing much the same thing. To see an early
example of provocation in mural art by Diego Rivera, see the YouTube video about the Rockefeller
mural, Man at the Crossroads.

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6. Historical Mural, honoring Chicano heroes, such as communist dictators.

Historical Mural – The Historical mural memorializes Chicano heroes, several of which were dictators,
murderers and terrorists. Notice Rivera and Frida Kahlo are picture, the 4th and 5th people on the top
from the left. Rivera was the first muralist of the Mexican mural movement. Three of the four founders
of the Chicano movement are shown, Reies Tijerina, Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales and Caesar Chavez.
Corky Gonzalez was a frequent participant in the annual Chicano Park Day celebration and some of his
burial ashes are spread in the park, although it is legal to deposit such remains without authorization.

A Mexican revolutionary with bandoliers on a horse is depicted also the mural waving a flag, with the
symbol emblazoned on it of the “superior”, mestizo race, La Raza. A slogan is painted nearby in Spanish,
stating “The revolution continues”. That is, the Mexican revolution continues here in the American
southwest, the struggle for control of the land.

It is not clear why Jose Angel Gutierrez is not mentioned in the park. Gutierrez was the founder of the
La Raza Unida (the united race) political party in the 1960’s. Corky Gonzales and Gutierrez were rivals
for control of this party, which is based on racial and ethnic identity. Since Corky was a favorite at the
park, perhaps this is the reason that Gutierrez seems to have been banned from the park. La Raza Unida
still exists are a political party, but is just a small remnant of what it was in the 1970’s.

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Promoting Communism
The most obvious subversive murals are those glorifying communism.

Historical Mural - Fidel Castro and
Che Guevara are memorialized in this
mural. Castro and Guevara tortured
and killed untold thousands of
political prisoners during and after
the Cuban revolution. This is not to
mention that Castro and Guevara
threatened the U.S with nuclear
missiles during the Cuban mission
crisis. Castro redistributed land to
the poor, which is much in
agreement with Chicano goals.
Castro and Guevara had an aspect of 7. Historical Mural - Memorializing mass murderers, Fidel Castro and Che
Hispanic nationalism to them as well Guevara
as being communists. They hoped to
unite Latin American under communism. It does not have to be pointed out that they were extremely
anti-American. Hundreds of thousands of Cubans had to flee their communist dictatorship. Chicanos,
however, celebrate it.

Image of Che on a transformer -
There are many such images of this
communist terrorist scattered all
over the park.

8. Che mural on electrical transformer

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Che Mural – This is a monumental
mural of communist revolutionary
Che Guevara. The writing in the
mural in English and Spanish states,
“Let me say at the risk of seeming
ridiculous that they true revolutionary
is guided by great feelings of love. -
Che”. Che was an extremely
committed enemy of America would
have “loved” to destroy us. The
Chicanos at the park love Che, due to
his revolutionary stance against
America. As said this wish for self-
destruction is supported by the
taxpayers by all levels of government.

9. Monumental mural, memorializing communist terrorist, Che Guevara

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Allende Mural – Memorializes
socialist president of Chile. Salvador
Allende was overthrown by the
Chilean military during the Cold War
with the approval of the US Nixon
administration. Note the image of
Quetzalcoatl, the Messiah god of the
Aztecs, at the bottom. Quetzalcoatl
symbolizes the messiah(s), like
Allende or the Founders of the
Chicano movement, who will bring on
the Chicano/Hispanic nationalist and
socialist utopia.
10. Mural memorializing socialist, Salvador Allende of Chile

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The Concept of “Aztlan”
Aztlan is an Aztec myth. No one
knows where Aztlan was supposed to
have been. The Chicanos declared
the ancient mythical land to be the
identical with the boundary of the
Spanish empire in the Southwest. In
Chicano Park sometimes it is
extended to include Florida, which
once was claimed by the Spanish.
The Chicano vision of Aztlan is just a
political construction to justify their
territorial claim the territory of the
Southwestern United States. The 11. Chicano Park logo, showing map of Aztlan
idea that Hispanic illegal aliens have
the right to be in be in the United
States come from that territorial
claims. As the heirs to the indigenous
peoples and the Hispanic conquerors
they can, in fact, ultimately claim
both entire North and South
Americas. The pope at one time split
the world between the Hispanic
powers, Spain and Portugal.

11. Chicano Park Aztlan logo circled by Quetzalcoatl

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This mural shows “Aztlan” united
with Mexico. Militant Chicanos want
to take the land, which they claimed
before the Mexican-American war of
1846.

12. Aztlan, aka American southwest, joined with Mexico

This is another side of the supported featuring the
murals of Aztlan joined with Mexico. The fetus
represents the birth of the new race and it is joined
to California. This implies that California and
specifically Chicano Park is nurturing the
development of the new race, La Raza, as well as
the expansion of Aztlan.

The Chicanos call the park, the ombligo of Aztlan.
That is, the navel of Aztlan. This suggests that
Chicano park is the site from which Aztlan will be
nurtured and grow.

Anytime you see a fetus or child depicted in the
park, you should consider that it might be a
reference to the birth of the new race of
development of the new race. That seems to be
standard symbolism used in the park.

12. La Raza embryo being nourished from California

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The Concept of La Raza
Hear a Chicano supporter of the park, who goes by the name “Lucky Morales”, explain the La Raza
concept at this link:

Chicano Explains La Raza Racial Doctrine

Flags of La Raza and Aztlan – These two flags are raised every year at the Chicano Park Day celebration
in the middle of the Park the Chicano Park. Steering Committee members will tell you that the upper flag
in this photo is the flag of Aztlan and the bottom flag is the flag of Chicano Park.

Main Flagstaff - The upper flag has
the emblem of La Raza, the mestizo
Raza on it. This has three faces and
represents the union of the Hispanic
European with the Indio to produce
the mestizo (mixed) race, La Raza.
The lower flag displays the map on
Aztlan. This writer would call the
upper one the Flag of La Raza and
the lower flag, the flag of Aztlan.
Chicano Park steering committee
members say that Chicano Park is the
first part of Aztlan to be occupied. It
does not matter much what they are
called, as long as you know what the 12. Flags of Aztlan and La Raza on main flagpole in park
symbols stand for.

The American flag is banned in the center of the park where this flagstaff is located. In recent years the
Chicano Park Steering Committee has had to make some concessions at the Hispanic Veterans Memorial
at remote low-visibility corner of the park. The veterans had to fight hard just to have a small memorials
to Hispanic veterans place in this remote corner of the park with a flagstaff. The leadership of the
Steering Committee swore at first that the American flag would never fly above the park. The had to
give in and allowed the American flag to fly three days a year only at the memorial, on Veteran’s,
Memorial and Intendance Days.

As a result of the second Patriot Picnic the American flag is allowed to fly freely, at least for now at the
Veteran’s Memorial in this far corner of the park. In time, it can be expected that the anti-American
Chicano militants will try to turn back even this small concession when they think no one is paying
attention any longer.

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Nazi-Like Symbolism
This is the “Prophecy of Quetzalcoatl” mural at Chicano Park with five Border Town Patriots posing in
front of it. The mural features a huge, rounded, reverse swastika. There are other, smaller such
swastikas scattered around the park.

14. Prophecy of Quetzalcoatl mural

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Quetzalcoatl, the plumed serpent, is the messiah god of
the Aztecs. He is in the same mural but just outside the
photo taken, a dragon-like figure in this mural. He is
prophesied by Chicanos to return as a human and bring
on a new utopian age, in this context, a new age for
Aztlan. That is, Aztlan will be liberated from American
rule.

This not unlike the prophecies of a new messiah that
were made before Hitler came onto the scene in
Germany to bring on a new millennial age, a “thousand
year Reich”. This is not to say, it’s going to be exactly the
same, Nazi-ism was unique in history in its brutality, at
least so far, but racial identity doctrines have similar
features and the Chicano political movement has its own
racial supremacy doctrine called “La Raza”. Chicanos
claim publicly that the swastikas that are found in various 15. Depiction of Quetzalcoatl from an Aztec Codex
locations in the park are just indigenous symbols.
However, it is evident that the militant Chicanos have borrowed quite a lot from Nazi ideology and
symbolism and have adapted it to their own situation.

The Nazis were irredentist. That is they were obsessed with lost territory and so are the Chicanos. The
Nazis wanted to regain the territory in the east, lost in World War I. The Chicanos want to takeover
“Aztlan,” which they identify as the Southwestern United States, to which they lost their claim in the
Mexican-American war. Chicanos teach that the Park is the first park of Aztlan to be occupied.

The Nazis looked back at the Vikings in much the same way that Chicanos look back to the Aztecs, as the
pagan source of their artificially fabricated “culture”, even though few, if any, could show any real direct
ancestral connection to their supposedly pagan forebears.

16. Quetzalcoatl figure on Templo Mayor, main site for human sacrifice and ritual cannibalism

Quetzalcoatl was typically featured on the pyramidal temples where untold thousands of human
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human body parts as trophies. This photo show statues of Quetzalcoatl on the Temple Mayor, the main
temple in Tenochtitlan, now Mexico City. Aztec society was one of the most demonic societies in
history. In traditional Christianity the serpent is associated with Satan, which seems totally appropriate
for an Aztec god like Quetzalcoatl.

The “Kiosko” at Chicano Park was constructed in the style of the Templo Mayor.

Depiction of Aztec Sacrifice – This is
an original depiction in one of the
Aztec codices of human sacrifice at
the Templo Mayor in Tenochtitlan,
now Mexico City. The human heart
was believed to be the most sacred
part of the human body. It was
extracted from the victim while still
beating and offered towards the sky
to the Aztec Sun god, who was also
the god of war. Reportedly, the
Aztecs sacrificed as many as
thousands of people in a single day at
multiple such temples in the capital
city Tenochtitlan (Mexico City). This
is the theme that the Chicanos select
13. Depiction of human sacrifice from Aztec Codex
for their park.

Kiosko at Chicano Park - In Mexico it
is not common to have a model of an
Aztec temple, where human sacrifice
was practiced, in the center of town.
It is not mainstream Mexican culture.
It is more common to have a French
Gazebo in the center of town, rather
than a memorial to Aztec human
sacrifice. Aztec history and style is a
part of Mexican culture, but
mainstream Mexicans are not
generally obsessed with it, as is the
case at Chicano Park.

14. Kiosko - Styled after the Aztecs main temple for human sacrifice

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Mi Raza Primero (My Race First) -
The La Raza racial identity doctrine
was developed and popularized by
Jose Vasconcelos. Vasconcelos was
called the father of the Mexican
mural movement and the father of
the indigenous movement.
Vasconcelos’ fingerprints are all over
Chicano Park, because it is about La
Raza, subversive art in the style of
Mexican murals and an obsession
with being the heirs of the Aztecs
and the other indigenous peoples of
the Americas. This gives them in
their minds a claim on “Aztlan” and
actually the rest of the Americas.

15. “My Race First” mural, (Mi Raza Primero)

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Nazi influence - Jose Vasconcelos was also the most
important Nazi propagandist in Mexico during World
War II. Due to the similarities of the La Raza ideology
to Nazi racial ideology and the connection via
Vasconcelos to Nazism, the Chicano swastikas can be
interpreted in a similar way to the Nazi swastika.
That is, it represents the coming Chicano Messiah
and the new ultimate race (La Raza). Vasconcelos
prophesied La Raza would be forged by the melding
of the indigenous people of the Americas with the
Spanish/Hispanic people and culture of Europe.

Some claim that that the La Raza racialist concept is
benign, because it is based on race mixing. However,
it is still a racialist concept that is used to divide
humanity into two hostile groups, us and them. It is 16. Jose Vasconcelos with his Nazi paymaster
obvious among some Chicanos that the concept is
used in a more usual racist manner.

Jose Vasconcelos was an admirer of Hitler and
publisher of the pro-Nazi magazine, Timon, (the
Rudder). Vasconcelos is also called the father of the
Mexican mural movement and the father of the
Indigenous movement, both important aspects of
Chicano Park. This lends credibility that the
swastikas found around the park have a similar
meaning as the Nazis swastika, representing the new
race (La Raza) and the messianic leader of the new
race to come.

Hitler standardized the Nazi swastika in the form that
is recognizable today to most people, but the Nazis
continued to use many different shapes and styles of
the swastika, including a curved swastika similar to
the Chicano Park swastika. For example, the most
well-known was used as the symbol of the Wiking
(Viking) Waffen-SS division. The Chicano symbol is
the same style, just reversed, but then it is a
reversed racial doctrine.

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Excerpts from Timon (the Rudder) published by Jose Vasconcelos:

In an article signed by José-Vasconcelos in the Timón magazine (No. 16, June 8, [940] under the title “La
Intelligencia se impone” (Intelligence is imposed), he asserts the following:

"Hitler, although he has absolute power, is a thousand leagues from Caesar-ism. The force does
not come to Hitler from the barracks, but from the book that inspired his brilliance. Hitler does
not owe his power to the troops, not to the battalions, but to his own speeches ... Hitler
represents, in short, an idea, the German idea, so often humiliated in the past by the militarism
of the French, the perfidy of the English. Against Hitler, it is true, they are fighting "Democracies"
governed by civilians. But they are democracies only in name. "

In "Facing Destiny" (Editorial, No. 14, May 25, 1940), the magazine states:

"What is appearing obvious, even for the stubborn, is Germany's triumph over their rivals and
the historic change that consequently is going to take place in the world ... But we will win with
the German victory! And not because we believe that. Germany is going to become champion of
Latin America. It is the law of history that each people conquer their own freedom ... And now we
in Spanish America think that an inspired nation always manages to take advantage of the great
historical changes in benefit of its future ... »

«On the occasion of the recent birthday of Adolf Hitler, Minister Ribbentrop declared that the
German president is the greatest man that the centuries have produced. There is no
exaggeration in what the Ministry of Reich Relations affirmed ... Like the Germans, the French,
the English, the Belgians, the Scandinavians, the Americans, etc., they will have to recognize the
greatness of Hitler, not limited to the German people, but displaced towards all men who walk
on the rugged and painful territories of civilization ... True greatness is in the directors of men,
and Hitler is the greatest of them all. Ribbentrop is right ... »

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This photo is Chicano graffiti at the Chicano Park site a year before the takeover by Chicano fanatics. It is
taken from a San Diego historical Facebook page, Vintage San Diego. Note the historically-standard Nazi
swastikas next to the “Chicano Power” slogan. The Chicano Park artists just used a modified version of
the Nazi swastika, in order to allow them to deny the parallels to Nazism in the subversive ultra
nationalist message that they display in the murals at Chicano Park. Note the more accurately
represented Nazi swastikas next to the “Chicano Power” slogan. The photo is from the Facebook page,
Vintage San Diego.

17. Pre-park, Chicano-Power graffiti with Nazi swastikas

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Prophecy of Quetzalcoatl - Here,
Quetzalcoatl, symbolic of the messianic
leader, is looking towards the swastika,
anticipating the coming of the new age
and they ultimate race, La Raza.

18. Prophecy of Quetzalcoatl mural with swastika

Note swastika at the top of the photo.
There are a number of such swastikas
depicted around the park. The swastika
was a symbol of racial supremacy to the
Nazis. This appears to have a similar
meaning to the Chicanos, who were
much influenced by the mestizo racialist
concept of Vasconcelos.

19. Chicano Park Logo Mural with swastika

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This mural displays an embryo and a
swastika. The fetus can be
interpreted to symbolize the birth of
the new mestizo race, La Raza, and is
associated with the swastika, a
symbol here of racial supremacy.
The dead skeleton symbolizes the
passing of the old races.

20. La Raza “embryo” with swastika

This is a closer view. This is a
variation of the three face La Raza
symbol. The face facing left
symbolizes the European Hispanic.
The Face on the right the indigenous
peoples of the Americas. The fetus
about to be born represents the
new race, La Raza. The swastika is
associated with the supreme race as
it was with the Nazis. The woman
on the left are Hispanic Europeans
and the women on the right are
indigenous American.
21. Close of La Raza" embryo" associated with swastika

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Birth of La Raza – this is a mural
that celebrates more overtly the
birth of the new race, La Raza.
The concept is that the ultimate
race will evolve from the union of
Hispanic Europeans with
indigenous Americans. The corn
plant was a sacred plant to the
Aztecs, a symbol of fertility. The
corn plan here is placed on the top
of an Aztec temple, similar to the
Templo Mayor. That would be the
place where the Aztec priests
carried out human sacrifice. In
Aztec theology, the sacrifices were
offered to the gods in order to
22. Birth of La Raza mural
maintain the cycles of the
universe. This mural suggests that
fertility comes from sacrifice, which will bring on the new race, La Raza, and a new age, presumably
without American and the Anglo.

Children’s Mural – A historically accurate Nazi
swastika is part of the murals reportedly
painted by children.

23. Children’s Mural with historically-accurate Nazi swastika

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UFW Nazi-like flag -This is a comparison of the designs of a famous Nazi battle flag and the original flag
of the United Farm Workers, which was the organization of one of the Chicano Founders Cesar Chavez.
Both flags have a white circle in a field of red with a nationalist symbol within the white circle. The
United Farm Workers flag was reportedly design by the brother of Cesar Chavez, Richard Chavez. The
design was changed later probably due to some recognizing the similarity of the designs.

24. Nazi battle flag compared to UFW flag designs

The Chicanos will say that the eagle in the UFW flag is the Mexican eagle. However, the design is much
more similar to a typical Nazi eagle (left) than to a typical Mexican eagle (right), as you can see below.
Which eagle do you think was the inspiration for the UFW flag?

25. Typical Nazi and Mexican eagle depictions

How can Nazi-like ultra nationalism and Communism be allies? – Marx wrote in the communist
manifesto that, “In short the communists everywhere support every revolutionary movement against the
existing social and political order of things.” A movement that has a racial concept much like a reverse
version of Nazism can be allied with leftists as long as it is against the existing system. In neo-Marxist
political jargon it can just be called a national liberation movement. For this reason the far left and
Chicanos can have an alliance of convenience, even though Chicano-ism/La Raza appear to have adapted
some of their racial concepts from the Nazi ideology or in parallel to Nazi ideology.

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Pseudo-Indigenous Identity
Cuauhtemoc Mural – Cuauhtemoc
was the Aztec chief that resisted
Cortez after the death of
Moctezuma. He was the nephew of
Moctezuma. Moctezuma is held in
Mexico as being a traitor to the
Aztecs, because he did not resist the
Spanish conquest. Cuauhtemoc is
considered to have saved the honor
of the Aztecs, because he did resist.
The supporters of Chicano Park are
obsessed with the idea that they are
the indigenous heirs of the Aztecs
and indigenous peoples in General.
The Aztecs were a tribe that was
26. Cuauhtemoc, Aztec warrior, who fought against Spanish conquistadors.
destroyed almost 500 years ago.
Few, if any, of the supporters can
prove they have any significant Aztec heritage. Indigenous people are those who still live in their
ancestral land and for who there is some continuity with the original people. Chicanos are using these
terms in a very loose manner.

Pseudo Aztec Dancers at Chicano
Park – Hundreds of people dress up
in Aztec costumes in and dance
“sacred” dances every year on
Chicano Park Day in Chicano Park.
Chicano Park Day is held on the
closes Saturday to the anniversary of
the occupation of the park, April 20.
The Chicanos at the park say these
dances are also sacred and a means
of communicating with their
ancestors, probably also intended to
bring on the new age of Aztlan.

27. Neo-Aztec "sacred" dancing

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Indigenous ceremonial circle - for
carrying out pagan/occult religious
rituals. A public facility is not a place
that should not be dedicated as a
permanent facility for religious
practices of any kind. Could a
permanent Christian church by put in
a publically-funded Park?

28. Fire circle for pagan/occult religious ritual

Indigenous sweat logdge – Also for
carying out pagan/occult religous
ritual. The same as above goes for
this pagan structure. It shouldn’t be
in a public park. However the entire
park has a qausi-religious
pagan/occult nature.

29. Sweat lodge for pagan/occult religious ritual

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Occult Inspiration of Racial Supremacy Theories
You can make of it what you want, but it is just plain fact that
Chicano Park is filled with Pagan and occult symbolism. Occultists
have always appropriated pagan symbolism and practices when it is
useful for them. The swastika is originally an ancient pagan symbol
used also as an occult symbol. It is documented history that
transformational revolutions are generally rooted in occult
concepts.

There are questions about the origins of the racialist La Raza, the
relationship to Nazism and why do Chicanos use the swastika at the
Chicano Park. The Swastika, mentioned above was an occult
symbol used by mystics, who preceded the Nazi movement and
predicted the coming of a German messiah. At Chicano Park, a
slightly different swastika is being used in the same way. 30. Madame Helena Blavatsky, founder
of Theosophical Society
The swastika is an ancient symbol, which was re-introduced and
made popular in modern times by the infamous Madam Helen Blavatsky, who founded the Theosophical
Society in the late 1800’s. She used the swastika in the logo for the Theosophical Society. The
Theosophists were a gnostic occult group, related to Freemasonry.

Madam Blavatsky introduced a theory of the seven root races. She taught that the highest existing race,
the fifth race, is the Aryan race. It is clear in his book, La Raza Cosmica that Jose Vasconcelos was
familiar with the teachings of Theosophy.

Vasconcelos developed a similar racial theory for the Hispanic Mestizo race, the idea of “La Raza”, which
is evident in the murals at Chicano Park. His book “La Raza Cosmica” was published in 1925 at about the
same time the Nazi racial ideology was being developed. Such racial theories, based on social
Darwinism were widespread in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.

Blavatsky was the publisher and editor, by the way, of “Lucifer
Magazine”. She was an avowed Luciferian. From a historical
perspective, her racial theory is a Luciferian doctrine, as any
supremacy doctrine might be considered, including racial
supremacy. The intent here is not to brand all Chicanos as
Luciferians or start a new conspiracy theory, but just to show
historically where this Chicano racial theory came from and how it is
related to Nazism. It and explanation for why there are references
in the murals of Chicano park to the Gnostic occult. Some of the top
Nazis were Theosophists. Vasconcelos was also a mystic and had
some familiarity with the racial theories of the Theosophists. Just
before and during WWII, he worked with the Nazis.
31. Theosophical Society logo featuring
a swastika.

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It is interesting to note that around 1900 the world headquarters of the Theosophical Society moved
from New York to Point Loma in San Diego after Blavatsky died. A number of prominent San Diegans
belonged to the Theosophical Society. The new head of the group was Madame Tingley. Theosophy
was the first “new age” cult in California, which spawned many others. The La Raza concept was not
developed in San Diego, but the presence of the Theosophical Society in San Diego may have created
some lasting interest for such racial mysticism in San Diego.

The campus is located where the Nazarene College is now located and some of their original buildings
are still there. The military closed down the site on Point Loma as WWII approached due to the
apparent connections between Theosophy and Nazism. The school has no connection to Theosophy.
The land has changed owners a couple of times over the years since it belonged to the Theosophists.

This mural features the occult all-
seeing-eye in a pyramid as seen on
the dollar bill. A sacred heart of the
Aztecs is depicted here also in
connection with a pyramid.

In the symbolism in the murals at
Chicano Park Aztec paganism is
mixed with gnostic occult concepts.
It is typical of Gnostics to mix
religions concepts. The goal of the
Theosophists, is to combine all
religions and create one universal
religion, which is also a feature of
Gnosticism. 32. Freemasonic-like pyramid and all-seeing eye

The park as held to be sacred as the first part of Aztlan to have been separated from America. A couple
of Chicano heroes have had their ashes interred in the park, which is illegal without permission form the
proper authorities. The interment of their dead here also promotes the idea that it is sacred ground.
The dances that the neo-pagan Aztec dancers are said to be sacred a kind of prayer to their ancestors.
The prayers to their ancestors might be suspected to be a call to “restore” Aztlan.

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This mural with the intertwined snakes on a staff
with wings overhead suggests the staff of Hermes,
also called the Caduceus. The Caduceus is a
sometimes used as a medical symbol, but is also a
symbol of the Gnostic occult. In Chicano Park, given
all the other pagan and occult symbolism, can be
taken as an occult symbol and not a symbol of
medicine.

It represents the struggle between good and evil. In
Chicano Park that would imply the revolutionary
struggle between La Raza and Anglo society, America
or the American system for the liberation of Aztlan.

33. Intertwined snakes symbol, suggestive of the gnostic
occult.

34. The Caduceus, a symbol of gnostic occult.

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Nuestra Tierra Sagrada Mural – The translation of the title, “Nuestra Tierra Sagrada, Chicano Parque” is
“Our sacred land, Chicano Park”. The figure in the mural holds a map that insinuates that their land is
what is now the western United States and also show Florida and being a part of this. Florida was
originally claimed by Spain and Chicanos can extend their claim to Spanish land to Florida. This claim is
more ambitious than in most maps of Aztlan that are found in the park. The Park is not “sacred” in a
traditional Christian sense, even though they the local, radical, liberationist, Catholic priest has called it
that. The park is “sacred” only in the cult, quasi-religious, occult sense of the Chicanos, who control the
park. City officials say that they control the park, but that is not true. The Chicano Park Steering

35. Our sacred land mural

Committee was started by the original occupiers of the park. They have always controlled the park via
their paramilitary Brown Berets and their allies on the far left. The Steering Committee is not appointed
by the City or any other official authority. They are self-appointed and not accountable to anyone.

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Revolutionary Murals
The Mexican mural movement began when the
Mexican government tasked Jose Vasconcelos the
minister of education to produce murals on public
buildings that would illustrate the principles and
history of the Mexican revolution. Vasconcelos
commissioned the first murals. For that he is often
called the father of the Mexican mural movement.
He did not paint murals, but he made it possible for
artist, like Diego Rivera to paint murals on public
buildings.

36. Mexican revolutionary mural

Zapata Statue - Emiliano Zapata was a revolutionary in Southern
Mexico during the Mexican revolution. He believed in the
redistribution of wealth. Haciendas of large land owners were seized
by his men, divided up and given to the peasants who worked the
lands.
The motto “Tierra y Libertad” (land and liberty) is attributed to him.
Though he never used those exact words, it does reflect his
philosophy. He is a central hero at Chicano Park, because he is a
revolutionary, who wanted to give the land back to the Mexican
people, that is, here the Chicanos.

Some of the ashes of certain dead Chicano “heroes” are spread
illegally in the grassy area around the statue of Zapata in an (illegal)
effort to help justify calling the park “sacred” land. Human remains
are not permitted to be deposited on public land without
authorization from local government.

It is illegal for reasons of health and other reasons to spread the 37. Zapata statue

ashes of the deceased in a public park or bury body parts in public
land without permission. One Chicano buried the umbilical cord of his child in the park.

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Zapata Quotation – Translation, The
land belongs to those who work it
with their own hands. 1879 - 1919 E.
Zapata
In the context of Chicano Park the
land would be redistributed to the
illegal aliens, who work the land and
the Chicanos who are to occupy the
land. In general, Aztlan would be
occupied and controlled by “La
Raza”, the Hispanic mestizo race.

38. Land redistribution to Chicanos

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A blood-filled San Diego Bay is
depicted in this mural. At the bottom
on the right there is a bandolier in
the shape of a cross filled with bullet
cartridges. The Coronado Bridge is in
the background. An exposed heart
pumps blood into San Diego Bay,
turning it red with blood. The heart
is a mystical symbol for the Chicanos.
The Aztecs had a “cult of blood” that
required human sacrifice in order to
maintain the universe in order.
Aztec history was divided into several
ages. An apocalyptic event marked
the end of the last age and the
beginning of a new age. This figure
suggests that the end of this age will
be bloody. After all, the Aztec
religion requires a blood sacrifice to
bring on the new age and maintain
the orderly cycles of the universe.

39. Sacred heart filling San Diego Bay with blood

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Anti-Law Enforcement Murals
The police are seen as their worst enemies of the Chicanos along with Anglo Americans and vendido
Mexicans (race traitors and sellouts). Chicano Park is a kind of no-go zone for policemen. For police to
enter the park is considered a provocation by the Chicanos, who claim to “own” the land. To see a
couple of encounters between the Chicanos and police, click here and here.
In 2016 at the Chicano Park Day, one of the Chicano Park Steering Committee members, David Rico,
called for action against Trump and the Police. Two months later two policeman were shot and one
killed not far from Chicano Park. It is not surprising when the city supports the promotion of an
ideology, some of whose founders justified the use of fatal violence against policemen.

This image is the left side of the
historical mural next to Logan
Avenue. It shows the Spanish
conquistadores burning in hell. It
also shows a symbolic San Diego
policemen burning in hell along with
them.

40. “Demonic” police burning in hell - Historical mural

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Police beating a Chicano - Che Guevara has been hit
by a couple of paint balls. Defacing the murals is not
advised. Such defacement, which might ordinarily
be a misdemeanor, could easily be charged as a
felony hate crime.

41. Che mural with police beating a Chicano

ICE strangling an illegal alien - Enrique Morones, was primarily
responsible for having this mural put into Chicano Park. Morones is
head of the Border Angles, a non-profit that propagandizes for open
borders and is known to help transport people from Central
American and Southern Mexico to enter the U.S., either by making
asylum of dubious credibility and validity or by crossing the border
illegally. Recently he arranged a wedding for a cartel drug smuggler
and gate at a maintenance gate at the border fence. He duped the
Border Patrol into approving the wedding and standing by as security
for the wedding of the convicted drug smuggler, who was waiting for
sentencing in the U.S.

42. ICE choking an illegal alien

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Extremist Use of the Park
Due to the radical, anti-American nature of many of
the murals and the tradition of the park, it attracts a
lot of events by anti-American extremists, who do
things such call for the Destruction of America, the
ethnic cleansing of Europeans from America and
mock lynching of the president. The American flag is
not generally tolerated there. The revolutionary
murals provide the perfect backdrop for extreme
leftist protests, thanks to the City of San Diego.
Supporters of the park have used threats and
43. Mock Trump hanging in Chicano Park, “My Name is
intimidation innumerable times to stop ordinary Judas”.
citizens from protesting in the area or just observing
and recording the anti-American murals and extremist activity that takes place at the Park. The
following are just a few examples of what goes on at the park.

Mock Hanging of President Trump - In March of 2018, during his visit to see the wall prototypes, they
held a mock hanging of President Trump in Chicano Park, with Congressman Juan Vargas and other, local
Democratic politicians present. Congressman Vargas bellowed repeatedly that Trump was not welcome
in San Diego. In the photo of the mock hanging, Trump is holding a sign that reads, “My name is Judas.”

Incitement of action against Trump and Law enforcement - On April 22, 2016, a Chicano Park Steering
Committee member, David Rico, gave a ranting speech before several thousand people at Chicano Park
Day. He said they needed to meet to plan a response to Trump’s visit to San Diego and also to the San
Diego Police and the Border Patrol, who are “killing us,” he said.
During Trump’s campaign visit, hundreds of protesters marched from Chicano Park to the Convention
Center, where Trump was speaking and the police guarding the entrance to the Convention Center were
violently assaulted in an attempt to shut down Trump’s campaign speech. A couple months later on July
29, 2016, two policeman were shot and one killed not far from Chicano Park. These events cannot be
connected directly, but it makes an interesting chronology of events, knowing David Ricco’s history of
political militancy and criminality. Whether connected or not, it is outrageous to have such a man on
the Steering Committee of a publicly funded park with a revolutionary theme calling for “action” against
Trump and law enforcement. David Rico is a convicted felon, who tried to incite a violent revolutionary
uprising the year the park was seized.

Rico was one of the original occupiers of Chicano Park. In the book “Do It Up Brown!” by Patty Newman
it is stated that a few months after the Park takeover in 1970, Rico was indicted by a grand jury along
with two other Brown Berets, Carlos Calderon and Richard Gonsalves for distributing bombs, soliciting
murder and plotting the overthrow of the U.S. Government.

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44. David Rico indicted for plotting violent overthrow of the U.S. government.

All three of these Brown Berets were convicted of distributing bombs and criminal syndicalism. The
leader of the group, Carlos Calderon was convicted of soliciting murder, also. The statement below is
taken from the archived file of court case number CR22236 attributed to Carlos Calderon, and presented
as evidence of their motivation in court.

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Below is another excerpt of evidence produced at the trial of the Brown Berets. “Carneles” is slang,
meaning “brother”. This was and ad placed in “El Barrio”, an insert placed in the underground
newspaper, “Street Journal”. The newspaper had a circulation in 1970 of several thousand people in
Barrio Logan and surrounding area of San Diego.

The recipes they are referring to were for making Molotov cocktails and other weapons that would be
useful for an uprising. The immediate use for the firebombs was to attack San Diego City College, where
there was a dispute with the administration over the disciplining of some students.

Some of the planning meetings were held, ironically, in Our Lady or Angels, the neighborhood Catholic
Church. This church is to this day a supporter of the park and militant Chicano politics.

This was a time of the Chicano Moratorium was taking place in Los Angeles with much rioting and fire-
bombings of buildings. The three Brown Berets were planning ultimately to incite a violent,
revolutionary uprising, also, in San Diego, with a goal of liberating Aztlan, the American Southwest.

Click these links for video of the extremist activities that the park attracts.

David Rico Rants at Chicano Park Day, 2016

Mock Hanging of President Trump at Chicano Park

Call for Ethnic Cleansing of Whites at Chicano Park

US Flag Banned At La Raza Protest of Trump in Chicano Park

Chicana wants revolution at Trump protest

The attraction that the park has for anti-Americans of all kinds, communists, radical Chicanos,
anarchists, etc. is due to the political nature of the park, which ironically has been supported for almost
five decades by tax funds from city, state and federal government. The Obama administration granted
$1.6M for the restoration of many of the murals just before the 2004 election.

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National Historic Landmark Fraud
Chicano Park was added to the list of National Historic Landmarks by decree and not by the normal
legislative process. The bill to evaluate whether Chicano Park is worthy of the honor failed in Congress.
HR3711, The Chicano Park Preservation Act was passed in the House of Representatives at Christmas
time in 2016 during a lame duck session of Congress. HR3711 was received in the Senate, but it was
never acted upon by the Senate. So, it failed to pass Congress. Juan Vargas introduced another similar
Bill in the next session of Congress. However Obama’s Secretary of the Interior just added it to the list
of National Historic Landmarks, even though the Bill had not been approved as one of the last
fraudulent acts of the Obama administration. So, Chicano Park is not a legitimate National Historic
Landmark. This is so typical of Chicano Park’s entire history of fraud and illegitimacy.

Conclusions
The revolutionary politics is not just presented in the murals as history, but is still promoted to the
public via the murals and political activities in the park, inspired by the radical theme of the Park, while
being supported by tax money.
The Chicano political movement had its heyday in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Chicano groups still exist, but
are a part of a larger “La Raza” movement. The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) is the umbrella
organization for Chicano and “La Raza” organizations. In the summer of 2017, NCLR changes is name to
the UnidosUS. The name change appears to have been caused by the growing realization that it really
does mean “the Race” and not “the People” as pro-Raza propagandists have claimed for many years.

Chicanos are a social class, not an ethnic group. There is no “Chicanolandia”, from which they
come. Militant Chicanos should not be taken as representative of all Mexicans or all Mexican-
Americans. Historically, Chicanos are a class of disaffected people, who don't feel accepted, either as
Americans or as Mexicans. This creates feelings of inferiority and resentment. Supremacy movements
tend to grow out of such feelings if historic oppression, but that does not justify them.

David Rico can be seen as one crackpot, who doesn’t represent everyone who support the park.
However, the fact that he has been on the Steering Committee for probably decades just shows that the
people who run the park embrace him as an example to follow.

In any case, the Steering Committee is a self-appointed group, which is not accountable to anyone. They
essentially control the park by means of intimidation, either political or often physical intimidation. The
San Diego parks and recreation manage states adamantly that the city controls the park, but they really
do not. The City should appoint a steering committee and finally assert control over the park.

The teaching and support of anti-American, revolutionary, political militancy should not be charged to
the taxpayers. The support of Chicano Park benefits the political Left, that is, the Democrat party. The
park is not being administrated in a way that conforms to the law. The Chicanos often say it is their
land, as the first part of Aztlan to be conquered and the San Diego City government has essentially
ceded it to them. They should remove the most offensive murals and disband the current extremist

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Chicano Park Steering Committee. If this is not possible they should cut off all funding to maintain the
park.

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Bibliography
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Appendix A – The Spiritual Plan of Aztlan
El Plan de Aztlan was adopted at the first National Chicano Youth Liberation Conference in Denver,
Colorado, March 1969. The plan presented for the first time a clear statement of the growing nationalist
consciousness of the Chicano people. It raised the concept of Aztlan, a Chicano nation, and the need for
Chicano control of the Chicano community. Referring to the Democratic and Republican parties as "the
same animal with two heads that feed from the same trough," the plan pointed out that to achieve the
goal of self-determination, would require an independent political party with Raza nationalism as its
"common denominator.

El Plan Espiritual de Aztlan

In the spirit of a new people that is conscious not only of its proud historical heritage but also of the
brutal "gringo" invasion of our territories, we, the Chicano inhabitants and civilizers of the northern land
of Aztlan from whence came our forefathers, reclaiming the land of their birth and consecrating the
determination of our people of the sun, declare that the call of our blood is our power, our
responsibility, and our inevitable destiny.

We are free and sovereign to determine those tasks which are justly called for by our house, our land,
the sweat of our brows, and by our hearts. Aztlan belongs to those who plant the seeds, water the
fields, and gather the crops and not to the foreign Europeans. We do not recognize capricious frontiers
on the bronze continent.

Brotherhood unites us, and love for our brothers makes us a people whose time has come and who
struggles against the foreigner "gabacho" who exploits our riches and destroys our culture. With our
heart in our hands and our hands in the soil, we declare the independence of our mestizo nation. We
are a bronze people with a bronze culture. Before the world, before all of North America, before all our
brothers in the bronze continent, we are a nation, we are a union of free pueblos, we are Aztlan.

Por La Raza todo. Fuera de La Raza nada.

(Translation: “For the Race everything. Outside the Race Nothing.” This motto is similar to one used by
the Italian Fascists, For the state everything, outside the state nothing.)

Program

El Plan Espiritual de Aztlan sets the theme that the Chicanos (La Raza de Bronze) must use their
nationalism as the key or common denominator for mass mobilization and organization. Once we are
committed to the idea and philosophy of El Plan de Aztlan, we can only conclude that social, economic,
cultural, and political independence is the only road to total liberation from oppression, exploitation,
and racism. Our struggle then must be for the control of our barrios, campos, pueblos, lands, our
economy, our culture, and our political life. El Plan commits all levels of Chicano society - the barrio, the
campo, the ranchero, the writer, the teacher, the worker, the professional - to La Causa.
Nationalism

Nationalism as the key to organization transcends all religious, political, class, and economic factions or
boundaries. Nationalism is the common denominator that all members of La Raza can agree upon.

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Organizational Goals

1. UNITY in the thinking of our people concerning the barrios, the pueblo, the campo, the land, the
poor, the middle class, the professional -all committed to the liberation of La Raza.

2. ECONOMY: economic control of our lives and our communities can only come about by driving the
exploiter out of our communities, ourpueblos, and our lands and by controlling and developing our own
talents, sweat, and resources. Cultural background and values which ignore materialism and embrace
humanism will contribute to the act of cooperative buying and the distribution of resources and
production to sustain an economic base for healthy growth and development Lands rightfully ours will
be fought for and defended. Land and realty ownership will be acquired by the community for the
people's welfare. Economic ties of responsibility must be secured by nationalism and the Chicano
defense units.

3. EDUCATION: must be relative to our people, i.e., history, culture, bilingual education, contributions,
etc. Community control of our schools, our teachers, our administrators, our counselors, and our
programs.

4. INSTITUTIONS: shall serve our people by providing the service necessary for a full life and their
welfare on the basis of restitution, not handouts or beggar's crumbs. Restitution for past economic
slavery, political exploitation, ethnic and cultural psychological destruction and denial of civil and human
rights. Institutions in our community which do not serve the people have no place in the community.
The institutions belong to the people.

5. SELF-DEFENSE: of the community must rely on the combined strength of the people. The front line
defense will come from the barrios, the campos, the pueblos, and the ranchitos. Their involvement as
protectors of their people will be given respect and dignity. They in turn offer their responsibility and
their lives for their people. Those who place themselves in the front ranks for their people do so out of
love and carnalismo (La Raza brotherhood). Those institutions which are fattened by our brothers to
provide employment and political pork barrels for the gringo will do so only as acts of liberation and for
La Causa. For the very young there will no longer be acts of juvenile delinquency, but revolutionary acts.

6. CULTURAL values of our people strengthen our identity and the moral backbone of the movement.
Our culture unites and educates the family of La Raza towards liberation with one heart and one mind.
We must insure that our writers, poets, musicians, and artists produce literature and art that is
appealing to our people and relates to our revolutionary culture. Our cultural values of life, family, and
home will serve as a powerful weapon to defeat the gringo dollar value system and encourage the
process of love and brotherhood.

7. POLITICAL LIBERATION can only come through independent action on our part, since the two-party
system is the same animal with two heads that feed from the same trough. Where we are a majority, we
will control; where we are a minority, we will represent a pressure group; nationally, we will represent
one party: La Familia de La Raza!

Action

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1. Awareness and distribution of El Plan Espiritual de Aztlan. Presented at every meeting,
demonstration, confrontation, courthouse, institution, administration, church, school, tree, building, car,
and every place of human existence.

2. September 16, on the birthdate of Mexican Independence, a national walk-out by all Chicanos of all
colleges and schools to be sustained until the complete revision of the educational system: its policy
makers, administration, its curriculum, and its personnel to meet the needs of our community.

3. Self-Defense against the occupying forces of the oppressors at every school, every available man,
woman, and child.

4. Community nationalization and organization of all Chicanos: El Plan Espiritual de Aztlan.

5. Economic program to drive the exploiter out of our community and a welding together of our
people's combined resources to control their own production through cooperative effort.

6. Creation of an independent local, regional, and national political party.
A nation autonomous and free - culturally, socially, economically, and politically- will make its own
decisions on the usage of our lands, the taxation of our goods, the utilization of our bodies for war, the
determination of justice (reward and punishment), and the profit of our sweat.
El Plan de Aztlan is the plan of liberation

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Appendix B – Human remains interred illegally in Chicano Park

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