Jorge Ramos continues to sound anti-America when repeated some provocative comments on Tucker Carlson’s show on March 8 that he had made in late February. He again stated “This is not a white country, this is not their country, it is ours”. Does he mean to divide and undermine American society using his Spanish language media platform?
Ramos’ comments should wake up all red-blooded American citizens because his comment was racist and anti-American. It is the very same message that Univision, Telemundo and other Spanish language media outlets promote directly and indirectly, actively and passively.
The message is about the “justified” conquest of America by people of color in response (revenge) for the colonization of the 3rd world. America is the big target because it is considered the worst offender; the “great Satan”. Mexico has been angry at the U.S. since 1836 and 1848 when they lost Texas and the Southwest respectively. And never mind the U.S. paid Mexico $15 million even though they won the war.
When Ramos speak about immigration, he is not referring to legal or controlled immigration. He’s talking about all-out, open-border immigration including illegal aliens. Rarely do he or the Spanish language news differentiate between illegal and legal immigration.
Ramos also used the “race card”. He said “whites” are afraid of losing the country and that border and immigration controls are about race, not national security or soverienty.
But has Ramos looked mirror? He is a white. In fact, all the Mexican media is filled with blondes and blue-eye, non-Mexican Indian looking people. Ramos yells “racism” because he is well acquainted it in his Mexico.
Ramos ignores how Mexicans use the word "indio" with all the negative connotations of the “N” in English. People who are "prietos" or dark skinned are discriminated against politically, economically and socially, even within families sometimes.
Mexican society and other Latino nations are filled with racism and racist stereotypes, and they have dishonest government leaders that deny this fact. Their social attitudes are sometimes even found among Latinos in the U.S.
Ramos tried to explain and soften his comments on Fox News, but he still sounds like the pot calling the kettle "racist". He sounds more like a subversive element who uses the media for his platform to criticize and divide American society, and undermine the legal system by defending illegal aliens who broke the law. His comments also frighten and mislead Spanish speaking people that hear him.
Intentionally or not, Spanish language media is segregating Latinos and subverting America's future by encouraging cultural and linguistic separatism rather than assimilation.
It is truly ironic that Ramos is excited about the day when whites will become a minority since he is a green-eyed, white male himself. It appears Jorge Ramos is NOT an American who supports the Constitution and law and order, but a racist immigrant who is antagonistic toward American society and history.
George Rodriguez, El Conservador