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    La RAza - Our Response to the Ferguson Decision

    Our Response to the Ferguson Decision

    Posted on November 25, 2014 by nclrblog

    Last night, the world watched and waited for the St. Louis County grand jury decision on whether to indict indict Ferguson, Mo. police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of teenager Michael Brown. Shortly after 9 p.m. ET, St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch gave a press conference in which he announced that the grand jury returned a decision not to indict Officer Wilson, which sparked a wave of protest across the country. In respone, NCLR President and CEO, Janet Murguía issued, the following statement.

    “We share the sadness and stand in solidarity with the people of Ferguson, Mo., as well as those throughout our country and especially in communities of color, who were hoping for fairness and accountability in yesterday’s decision. Most of all, we stand with the Brown family, who must continue to wait for justice for their son,” said Murguía. “This case is a stern reminder of how encounters between law enforcement and youth of color can result in excessive force and needless loss of life. As a nation, the implications of continuing on that path are grim and demand action.”

    “If this is not to be another setback on our nation’s quest to ensure equal justice for all, then this decision must not be the end, but a beginning,” Murguía continued. “For that to happen, we as a nation need to engage in real and honest dialogue across communities. We need to confront and address both the perception and the reality that communities of color, especially our young men, receive disparate treatment from law enforcement and our criminal justice system. We need to recognize that restoring trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve—as so many cities and areas of our country have done—is essential for the safety and well-being of us all. Then, and only then, can we move forward from this tragic moment.”

    Janet Maguria - juicing up the illegals through the race based group LaRaza.

    How quickly she talks about people "of color" instead of Americans standing together and emphasizes and leads in an "us against them" mentality that is entirely discriminatory.

    What would one expect from a person that is the head of a group known as The Race even though Hispanic is not a RACE it is a mixed race ethnicity. JMO

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    Oh, how I love how the illegals are cuddling up to the "civil rights" movement. As if it's their color that keeps them from sponging off the rest of us. They want people to think that because they're brown we don't want them to take American jobs, or to force hospitals to close down their emergency rooms or all together, or to flood our schools with kids that can't speak English and refuse to say the Pledge of Allegiance. Yeah. It's because they're not White, not because they broke our laws to get here. Their end game is to kill us off after they gain the majority by flooding our country with their people. As stated by Professor Jose Angel Gutierrez. I don't hear anti-racists crying about his statements.
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    La Raza(The Race) is an anti-white racist group hell-bent on regaining the "lost territories". They translate the whole La Raza phrase except for the last two words. I know their intentions and I'll be damned if get a foot-hold while I draw air.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fourrings View Post
    I don't hear anti-racists crying about his statements.
    Nobody does.

    I don't know what the MSN crowd uses for brains, but it certainly isn't anything could be used to build the greatest nation in human history.
    Americans first in this magnificent country

    American jobs for American workers

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