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AZTLAN, and Gilberto Lopez y Rivas

It is one thing to have al Qaeda at our southern border and ready to attack us with every weapon in its inventory. It is quite another to have four million or more illegal aliens invading our borders each and every year and building a Fifth Column of operatives within our lands.

There are some people have benefited greatly from their time in the United States and yet still wish us dead.

And such people are Heroes in Mexico.

We all need to understand what we face.

AZTLAN

If you have not heard of AZTLAN, then it is time you knew of their goals:

AZTLAN is a movement to retake the lands of the western United States and return them to Mexico.

We must understand that the level of violence discussed below is simply part of a larger plan to retake the lands Mexico lost through conquest. The plan is set forth in the "El Plan De Aztlan" - a document that can be easily described as the Mexican manifesto for the return of these lands:

In the spirit of a new people that is conscious not only of its proud historical heritage but also of the brutal "Gringo" invasion of our territories, we, the Chicano inhabitants and civilizers of the northern land of Aztlan from whence came our forefathers, reclaiming the land of their birth and consecrating the determination of our people of the sun, declare that the call of our blood is our power, our responsibility and our inevitable destiny.

We do not recognize capricious frontiers on the bronze continent. Brotherhood unites us, and love for our brothers makes us a people whose time has come and who struggles against the foreigner "gabacho" who exploits our riches and destroys our culture. Before all of our brothers in the bronze continent, we are a nation, we are a union of free publos, we are Aztlan.

Nationalism is the key.

Nationalism is the common denominator.

Economic control of our lives and our communities can only come about by driving the exploiter out of our communities, our pueblos, and our lands.

The three steps of the plan are:

"Self defense" against the occupying forces of the oppressors at every American public school.

Community nationalization and organization of all Chicanos.

An autonomous nation.

Much of this activity can be traced to the Mexican Cultural Institute of Los Angeles. In their California State Report CT-2, Section 12586, California Code, the bulk of their funding has been documented as coming from a single source -- the Mexican Government.

Most Americans are caught up in their daily lives and have not one iota of a clue what is going on in "ethnic communities" not more than five miles from their own homes. As with groups everywhere, there are leaders and even "activists" who accomplish the tasks on behalf of the more complacent group as a whole.

Here is a bit of information on one of those "activists". He can be considered the "poster child" for Chicano Rights and AZTLAN in America.

As Paul Cotton commented in a 1994 report in the Journal of the American Medical Association, "Among the persistent rumors surrounding GWS (Gulf War Syndrome) are stories of 2,000 concealed deaths among Gulf veterans, mass burials of contaminated Iraqi bodies, the release of a Russian chemical called Novachok, mysterious deaths of camels and goats in the desert...."

What was not said there, and what has not been said anywhere in the press since, is that the "Russian chemical called Novachok (sic)", as related above, was a nerve agent created by the United States and then hand delivered to the Soviets by a powerful and secretive "American Chicano Rights Activist" by the name of Gilberto Lopez y Rivas.

Sr. Lopez y Rivas was a University of Minnesota professor of Chicano Studies. His published works on "social justice" are available at most "Chicano Rights" libraries.

What Sr. Lopez y Rivas did was hand as many as 4,500 pages of top secret United States chemical warfare materials to the Soviet's Military Intelligence -- the GRU.

 

Gilberto Lopez y Rivas

Gilberto Lopez y Rivas .... Chicano Rights "Activist"

 

The FBI worked on this case for about 23 years and it cost the lives of at least two FBI agents.

Novichok was developed by the United States in about 1973 and it is between eight and ten times more toxic than anything else in the US arsenal including the most commonly feared chemical warfare agent on earth: VX.

Novichock is not a sleeping gas or chemical. Novichok kills. Novichok kills humans faster than roach killer kills roaches.

From 1971 until 1978 (and their abrupt return to Mexico), Gilberto Lopez y Rivas and his wife Alicia Castellanos Lopez--code-named "Palmettos" by the FBI -- were couriers for the Soviet GRU. Their job was to transport US military secrets from various U.S. cities to their Soviet handlers. The FBI monitored almost every moment of their lives. The matter was so important and dangerous to our national security that the FBI wiretapped their homes and placed hidden cameras in their offices. FBI agents even posed as their friends.

It was far more important to the FBI (and to our collective safety) to know what these people were up to than to ever convict them of some crime.

In 1976, Gilberto Lopez became a professor of "Chicano Studies" at the University of Minnesota.

Two years later, the FBI confronted these spies. Rather than confess, they packed up and made a run for Mexico. The last visit the FBI had with them was on their departing aircraft. The FBI boarded the plane and approached Sr. Rivas and wished him a "safe trip". Sr. Rivas then vomited.

Sr. Rivas -- campaigning on his record as an Enemy of the United States of America -- was elected to high office within the Mexican government. His actions to provide the Soviet Union with the poisons to murder every last man, woman and child in America got him elected to Congress in Mexico, and he remains there even to this day.

Yes, a person who did everything he could to see the people of America dead, and then used his betrayal of America as part of his political campaign, was elected to the Congress of Mexico.

What this means is that not only are the voters of Mexico proud of his efforts to kill Americans but the Mexican government must think it perfectly fine or he would not be sitting in their congress right now. He has been in Mexico's congress for over a decade. Their government has had ample time to read all about Sr. Rivas and take action. They have not and will not. He must then represent the position of the Mexican Government.

One book has been written about this wanton betrayal of America: Wise, David. Cassidy's Run.

After the publication of that book a writer visited Sr. Rivas in Mexico City and allowed Sr. Rivas to discuss his thoughts on America and his "duty" to destroy it. Here are some of Sr. Rivas' comments:

"Not a single individual involved in our espionage efforts was discovered by the FBI. We never told anyone what we were doing, and we didn't give names to the FBI when they questioned us. I am not going to begin now."

"You know, when the leaders of my party [Mexico's opposition party, the PRD] asked me to run for this seat, I told them that maybe it wasn't such a good idea because of all the uproar about my Soviet espionage activities. They said that it wasn't a problem, and that it could even work to my benefit."

Yes, the hatred for the United States is a very positive characteristic for a Mexican Politician. It gets him lots of votes.. in Mexico. Sr. Lopez won his seat and remains in power in Mexico City to this very day.

"As a youth I was involved in various revolutionary organizations in Mexico, I was first recruited by Mexico's communist youth organization in the early 1960s, when I was about 17. At that time, all the activities of the communist opposition were clandestine. The party was illegal, persecuted. A short time later, I joined the 23 de Mayo, which was an organization devoted to armed revolution in Mexico. This was during the years following the Cuban revolution."

"We were part of a chain of people that connected the GRU to the United States by way of Mexico. We worked on ideas about how Mexicans working for the GRU could enter the United States and what type of work they might do."

As for the people of the United States: "they do not understand what the Cold War was about."

"We wanted revolution in Latin America and Mexico, and the United States was seen as the biggest obstacle to our success. It was the era of...... continuing North American imperialism against us in Mexico. The logic of the time was simple--the enemy of our enemy is our friend. We were interested in damaging the military capability of the United States, and that is why we worked for Soviet military intelligence, the GRU, and not for the KGB."

"I don't know if people in your country can understand this, but I was a patriotic Mexican communist. . . . There was a time not too long ago when many Mexicans would have considered it an honor to be recruited by the GRU."

"We wanted revolution in Latin America and Mexico, and the United States was seen as the biggest obstacle to our success. It was the era of Vietnam, of U.S. aggression toward Cuba, and of continuing North American imperialism against us in Mexico. The logic of the time was simple--the enemy of our enemy is our friend. We were interested in damaging the military capability of the United States, and that is why we worked for Soviet military intelligence, the GRU, and not for the KGB."

"We didn't do our [GRU] work for the money. We did it for ideological convictions that my wife and I have maintained to this day. We have never changed our trajectory, our ideas. We have worked for revolutions in Central America--in El Salvador, Nicaragua. I was an adviser to the Sandinista government in Nicaragua, to the EZLN [Mexico's Zapatista rebels]. My trajectory has been a clean one, transparent."

"It is easy to be against the government of the United States because of what it has done to Mexico--more than one hundred military incursions into our territory, the exploitation of Chicanos throughout history, the expropriation of about half our land, invasions in 1914 and 1916. All of this you can look at through the light of history, and even today you can see the North American domination of our economy and our military. "

 

Gilberto Lopez y Rivas FBI photos
April 1, 1972: The FBI captures images of a US agent placing secrets in a St. Petersburg, Florida park (1.). Gilberto Lopez, with his baby son in a back pack and his wife with a large bag (2.), approach the drop (3.) and then retrieve the secrets to be handed to the Soviet GRU (4.).

 

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