The “judios cut their deal with south LA,” said Los Angeles city council president Nury Martinez, in a recently revealed conversation from 2021. These judios – Jews – were going to “screw everybody else,” said Martinez, who also mocked Armenians and ranted about the adopted African American son of city councilman Michael Bonin.
“Bonin thinks he’s fucking black,” said Martinez. “He handled his young black son as though he were an accessory. They’re raising him like a little white kid. I was like, this kid needs a beatdown. Let me take him around the corner and then I’ll bring him back.” That brought a response from councilman Kevin de Leon, also a Democrat.
“Bonin handles the toddler like when Nury brings her little yard bag or the Louis Vuitton,” said de Leon, prompting Martinez to add, “su negrito, like on the side.” Martinez also turned on LA County District Attorney George Gascon, born in Cuba and presumably a Latino.
“He’s with the blacks,” Martinez said, and it was the “white members on this council that will motherfuck you in a heartbeat.” And so on. As this conversation revealed, California has institutionalized the equal-opportunity racism rooted in La Raza Cosmica, by Jose Vasconselos, who once served as Mexico’s education minister.
According to Vasconcelos, Mexico’s Ibero-American race is destined to surpass all others. The black race “eager for sensual joy, intoxicated with dances and unbridled lust,” will fade away. So will the “Mongol,” with his slanted eyes and lack of boldness for new enterprises. The “Indian” is simply inferior and when it comes to education the “white” race ranks at the bottom.
As the razaista contends, “any teacher can corroborate that the children and youths descended from Scandinavians, Dutch and English found in North American Universities are much slower, almost dull, compared to the mestizo children and youths from the south.” Such is the erudition of Vasconcelos, who once ran for president of Mexico.
Back in the 1940s, when the inferior Yankee “anglos” were tangling with National Socialist Germany, Vasconcelos was editing the pro-Nazi Timon magazine. For Mexican American Communist Bert Corona, Vasconcelos was an outright fascist and his theories a brand of the master race theory advanced by Hitler. See Memories of Chicano History: The Life and Narrative of Bert Corona, by Mario Garcia.
Vansconcelos’ razaismo never caught on in Latin America but in 1979 the Chicano Studies department at Cal State LA republished La Raza Cosmica in a bilingual edition. The racist ideas of a Nazi collaborator are now part of “ethnic studies” curricula and the inspiration for groups such as MEChA, the Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlán, the lost raza homeland that leftists created in the sixties.
This is what fuels the rants about the changuito, the “little monkey” who needs a beatdown, the negrito who is like a “little yard bag.” True to form, Martinez also went off on Mexico’s indigenous people as “tan feos,” or “so ugly.” All the slandered groups might cast a glance at de Leon, who says he grew up on both sides of the border.
In 2017, de Leon began claiming that his father was a Chinese cook born in Guatemala. The Sacramento Bee, which broke the story, failed to run any document checks or DNA tests. If anybody thought the story was as fake as Elizabeth Warren’s claim to be a Cherokee, it would be hard to blame them. The Democrat who compared a black child to a “little yard bag,” also has a problem with Asian women, particularly the outspoken anti-Communists.
De Leon served as California’s senate boss from 2014 to 2018. In 2017, the senate held an event for former senator Tom Hayden, a champion of Vietnam’s Communist Dictatorship. Orange County Republican Janet Nguyen is a refugee from that regime.
De Leon’s staffers told Nguyen to keep her mouth shut, but she proceeded to denounce Hayden in English and Vietnamese. De Leon’s Democrats then shut down her microphone and had the woman carted off the Senate floor. This unprecedented smackdown was hardly de Leon’s only offense.
De Leon authored Senate Bill 54, California’s sanctuary legislation, because half his family would be eligible for deportation under President Trump. He didn’t say which half applied to him, but the people have a right to wonder. Despite claims to the contrary, De Leon’s sanctuary law protects violent criminal illegals.
In late 2018 in Newman, California, false-documented illegal Gustavo Perez Arriaga, also known as Paulo Virgen Mendoza, gunned down police officer Ronil Singh. The shooter had gang connections and the murder victim was a legal immigrant from Fiji who came to the United States to become a police officer.
In 2014, criminal illegal Luis Bracamontes gunned down Sacramento police officers Danny Oliver and Michael Davis. In court, the Mexican national said he wished he had killed more cops and yelled “black lives don’t matter” at family members. Senator de Leon kept rather quiet over those crimes and showed no regrets about his sanctuary law.
In 2018 the termed-out De Leon failed to oust Sen. Dianne Feinstein. The man who claims his father was a Chinese cook from Guatemala then turned to the LA city council. In that post he compared an African American child to a “little yard bag.”
Nury Martinez, who said the black child “needs a beatdown,” and warned that those judios were going to “screw everyone,” has resigned from the city council. At this writing, Kevin de Leon has been removed from committee assignments but refused to step down.