The first cited reference below reports the experiences of a Phoenix, Arizona substitute teacher who has grown frustrated with the attitudes and behaviors of Hispanic students in classrooms throughout Glendale, Arizona. Having copied their parent's ethics, hispanic children, when asked to behave and speak English in class, tell the teacher "we don't have to speak English, you people stole this land from us and we're taking it back". They go on to offer further proof that they have absolutely no love for America and believe America owes them all the social services they are receiving. The students also refused to say the Pledge of Allegiance as is customary before classes begin.
The second cited reference reports on Hispanic students on the University of Arizona campus who constructed a mock "border fence" on campus to illustrate their support for an Open Borders policy, and against America defending the integrity of her borders.
Please note that this ultra-liberal Gannet-owned Arizona Republic newspaper will not afford community comment on these two stories as they continue to practice censorship of the news and community comment. Read my earlier essay on this subject: "Arizona Republic Censors The News and Community Comment".
Yesterday, 14 illegal immigrants wearing United States Marine uniforms attempted to come through the border at San Diego. Rather than being imprisoned they were released back to Mexico! Standby for a terrorist attack folks!
The invasion is underway folks. You who live in the North and East, who have not yet felt the impact of our nation under siege, need to wake up because your community is next. If you turn an indifferent head and leave it up to the few states and peoples actually trying to turn back the invasion, our nation will surely lose this war against us.
I now have the substitute teachers letter. It reads as follows:The Letter
The letter from substitute teacher Tony Hill to State Sen. Russell Pearce, the legislator behind Arizona’s famous SB 1070, which gave police the power to determine the immigration status of anyone with whom they have lawful contact, is a damning indictment of the young Hispanic pupils in his class.
During the Pledge of Allegiance I notice the vast majority of students refusing to stand and say the pledge. I asked the students why they refused to say the Pledge of Allegiance and they responded by saying, "we are Mexicans and Americans stole our land."
The teacher's instructions were for the students to read a few pages and answer the questions regarding Mark Twain in their history textbook and to finish their final drafts to Senator Steve Gallardo thanking him for his position on Illegal Immigration rights. Their teacher apparently had showed them a video with Senator Steve Gallardo and Lou Dobbs.
Most of the students came unprepared for class not possessing paper and pencil. I provided the students with paper and pencils only to have them wad-up the paper and throw it at each other along with their pencils.
The students' final drafts that I read were basically the same. Most of them stated they were in the country illegally, White Americans are racist, and that they came here for a better life. I asked the class if America adopted Mexico immigration laws would Americans still be consider racist?
That question they could not answer and called me a racist for asking it. I mentioned that my wife and children are Hispanic so how could I be racist? I asked the students to stop speaking Spanish in class because it was impolite to speak a language in front of people who may not speak that language. Their response was that Americans better learn Spanish and their customs because they are taking their land back from us.
When it came to completing the Mark Twain assignment only 10 students completed it out of all my classes. Most of the students refused to open the book, tore the pages out of the book, or threw the textbooks at each other. I thought are these the students we are trying to educate with taxpayers money. I have found that substitute teaching in these areas most of the Hispanic students do not want to be educated but rather [want to] be gang members and gangsters. They hate America and are determined to reclaim this area for Mexico. If we are able to remove the illegals out of our schools, the class sizes would be reduced and the students who wanted to learn would have a better chance to do so and become productive citizens.