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The rise of white nationalist Hispanics
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In reply to @axios
You mean the same people that are descendants of slave trading colonizers from the European country named Spain?
 
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The rise? Lol鈥.as a Puerto Rican I can tell you that the 鈥渨hite nationalist鈥 thing has been a thing especially when you meet people from Spain, Argentina, etc..(not to generalize but other Latin countries aren鈥檛 fond of us Caribbean people)
 
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Last I checked Spain is in Europe...they gave land grants to European settlers....
 
LOL at "the rise," as if Pinochet was a figment of our imagination, or as if anti-Blackness isn't a pillar of white latinidad.
 
Solid reporting from @RussContreras & @astridgalvan addressing a question lots of people have right now.

Miami's Cuban-American community, which I know well, has an ample share of racists & fascists.
 
We need to remember that Hispanic just means having roots in areas of the world impacted by Spanish/Portuguese rule or colonization.

A good chunk (not all) are just as White as English and other white groups traditionally dominant in the US.

White supremacy is a global issue
 
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Welcome to Texas my friends
 
Who is this news to? 馃ぃ Tell me you鈥檝e never visited Miami without telling me you鈥檝e never visited Miami.
 
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Rise? I'm Chicana and there's no "rise" this has been going on since Europeans hit the ground in the Americas. There is rampant racism in Latin America just like in the US and Canada. People just assume Latines aren't white so they assume they're all Libs, that's all false.
 
My years of hard work are paying off.
 
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It鈥檚 not a rise. You guys just noticed it now.
 
The rise? Y鈥檃ll never been to miami?
 
So much for that black and brown coalition.
 
 
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Is this the black brown coalition Sambos keep telling me about?
 
There's no rise. There has always been racism within the Hispanic community.
 
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鈥淲hat we're watching: U.S. Latinos identifying as multiracial soared during the last decade, while those identifying as solely white dropped significantly, according to the latest census.鈥 - this is what matters. Brighter future.
 
If Fuentes does a DNA test he may find what I found, that he has North African blood, as many people do with Spanish blood, they are our cousins, they ruled Spain for a time.
 
Finally

"Experts tell Axios far-right extremism within the Latino community stems from three sources: Hispanic Americans who identify as white; the spread of online misinformation; and lingering anti-Black, antisemitic views among U.S. Latinos that are rarely openly discussed."
 
 
Today's lesson in "Cartoons Taught Me Everything I Know" is brought to you by:

Mysterious Cities of Gold (1982)

plot - 3 indigenous central American children are kidnapped by a Spaniard & forced to search for fabled riches.

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Yeah. This "rise" has been here.
 
Not surprised they have a whole white supremacist worship culture throughout Latin America 鈥淢ejorar La Raza鈥 - Better The Race
 
I mean have you visited southern Texas???
 
For the life of me, I will never understand that.
Will white nationalists use everyone ounce of them? Yep.
They will also drop them like a hot rock when they're done with them b/c THEY AREN'T WHITE!!
 
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This guy is all by himself. To say that Latin people are racist and prejudice likes this guy is irresponsible. He is a Spaniard by his ethnicity.
 
 
 
 
Rise? There's literally a yearly confederate festival in Brazil that's been going on for centuries lmao or how Afro Mexicans weren't even counted as demographic within Mexico since like a couple of years back. This shit been going on forever & Yall for some reason jus ignored it
 
I interviewed the author of a book called 鈥淏rotherhood of Murder鈥 that tells the story of a dude from Philly who ended up in The Order, a pretty notorious White Supremacist group killed talk show host Alan Berg.
His name was Tom Martinez.
This isn鈥檛 new.
 
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Let's just call them what they are white supremacists
 
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Deportation is the first step no matter what age the illegals are.
 
The rise....girl lmaooooo
 
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Also See: Cubans who identify as white.
 
I don鈥檛 even know where to start about how this became a thing鈥
 
The rise? 馃ぃ馃槀馃ぃ馃槀
yall just getting the memo?
The map in the west is a trail of evidence- from Mexico to Chile a few pit stops in Cuba & Dominican Republic. Hispanics are half spaniard as in Spain - European.
As in Europe the home of white supremacy 馃ぃ馃槀
 
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Lol thats so stupid 馃ぃ馃槀馃ぃ
 
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Always been an issue.
 
This backward, narrow-minded, ignorant thinking is why this country will never look, for example, like Dubai. As a Nation America has the potential but it has allowed stupidity and selfish greed to hinder it being competitive with other advanced Nations.
 
Light skinned Latinos have been conditioned and shaped by the same ubiquitous forces that deepen the likelihood that they too benefit from their whiteness, therefore they quadruple down on it very much like their eunuch poster boy Nick Fuentes
 
I be trying to tell ya'll, what white Hispanics are doing to their community, can be what the biracial (along with the hoteps, anti-Semites and some Caribbean blk folks) will do to us.
 
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馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぁ馃ぁ馃ぁ馃ぁ馃ぁ馃ぁ馃ぁ You all are clowns. White nationalist Hispanics is 馃ぁ
 
There's not been a ride. Much like white supremacists, they've always been there. Just voting their rights away because they their proximity to whiteness will save them
 
No wonder Cruz and Rubio have no problem deporting people with the same name as them.
 
 
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What鈥檚 AOC opinion on this ?
 
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Lol @ "rise"? The writer is either disingenuous or knows nothing about South America & the Caribbean. It's been like this since @ America has been the way it is.
 
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The rise? This shit's been happening!馃ゴ
 
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@axios stay out of pocket with their racism.
 
 
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One of the most annoying character traits of white society. There is no rise of white nationalists hispanics, hispanic is literally of white origin. Bullshit nonsense research over common sense observations.
 
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Those of us that have lived and worked among them know first hand about their racism.
 
this is antisemitic
 
鈥淭he rise鈥︹ 馃檮GET REAL馃檮 @axios Why are you media outlets pretending this hasn鈥檛 BEEN a problem since forever?
The data is old now: govinfo.gov/content/pkg/CH鈥

fbi.gov/file-repositor鈥

politico.com/news/2020/09/0鈥

nytimes.com/2021/05/12/us/鈥

#AskABlackWoman
 
It's fucking wild....
 
 
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Only one of these people is qualified to practice white nationalism. pic.twitter.com/52ArXvKd9e
 
 
 
 
鈥淜anye playing chess鈥
 
This is such an oxymoron like how sway
 
 
 
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Don't they know when the race revolution comes, real white nationalists will lock them up w/our Black asses? Then they'll find out how "white" they really are. It doesn't matter whether you are riding in first class or as cargo if the train is going off the rails. #NickFuentes
 
 
 
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Not new, but interesting that it has some attention.
 
 
 
Rise? You just missed the whole of Western Colonization, huh?
 
Tio Tomas muthafuckas.
 
 
 
 
 
"rise".... It's still fuck them tho
 
 
In reply to @axios
"The rise of white nationalist Hispanics" 馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぃ Yeah
 
 
We knew about this ages ago.
 
 
 
 
 
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