The Brown Invasion Thread

mascan42

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#53
People of color and/or other ethnic origin acting "racist"? That's unpossible!
Also, if Hispanics can be racist against other Hispanics, doesn't that imply that there's a hierarchy at work here? That even the people we consider scumbags have people that they consider scumbags?

Back in Roman times, the closer to Rome that barbarians lived, the more "civilized" their culture became. Does that make Mexicans our equivalent of Gauls who've taken to wearing togas?
 

jnoble

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#54
Also, if Hispanics can be racist against other Hispanics, doesn't that imply that there's a hierarchy at work here? That even the people we consider scumbags have people that they consider scumbags?

Back in Roman times, the closer to Rome that barbarians lived, the more "civilized" their culture became. Does that make Mexicans our equivalent of Gauls who've taken to wearing togas?
I was told Mexicans and Puerto Ricans and Dominicans don't particularly care for each other. Not sure which group dislikes which more or exactly why
 

MurphCO

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#55
Same way Asians are racist against other Asians......


The Dems are the ones grouping them all together as the same, not the Hispanics
 

Creasy Bear

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#56
Back in the early Pleistocene epoch, when I was a wee Navy lad in San Diego, there were soda vending machines in our barracks that dispensed cans of beer for a quarter a can.

They specifically did this to keep us drunk in America, rather than dead in Tijuana.

And Tijuana was more or less "safe" back then.

You'd have to be a crazy person to go there now.

And this is coming from a man who took a late-night stroll around Cape Town, South Africa recently.
 

Fred West

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#57
And this is coming from a man who took a late-night stroll around Cape Town, South Africa recently.
That is ballsy. I have two friends that have been there. One was robbed at gunpoint. The other was going for his honeymoon and they thought it would be a good idea to take the wedding cards, unopened, to South Africa so they could read them there. They picked up their suitcases from the airport and all the cards had been stolen.

The most annoying thing was that my friend was giving it the "they need the money more than me" chat. I replied with "I'm writing off ever going there and everybody that hears this story will be less likely to go there". South Africa has many problems, but tourism is huge relative to the rest of Africa and I'd bet money that they are hosting fewer and fewer tourists in the last few years. They are completely fucked long term.
 

Creasy Bear

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#58
That is ballsy. I have two friends that have been there. One was robbed at gunpoint. The other was going for his honeymoon and they thought it would be a good idea to take the wedding cards, unopened, to South Africa so they could read them there. They picked up their suitcases from the airport and all the cards had been stolen.

The most annoying thing was that my friend was giving it the "they need the money more than me" chat. I replied with "I'm writing off ever going there and everybody that hears this story will be less likely to go there". South Africa has many problems, but tourism is huge relative to the rest of Africa and I'd bet money that they are hosting fewer and fewer tourists in the last few years. They are completely fucked long term.
I specifically went because it's going to be a 'No Go Zone' within 5 years, and all the safari animals will be dead within a decade. Johannesburg is already a lost cause, and Cape Town is fast circling the bowl.

Cape Town barely dodged the zombie pockyclypse a half a year ago by some lucky last-minute rain storms that kept the water(barely) flowing, but the clock is always ticking on that, and now they're facing a serious power-generation crisis because, when you put blacks in charge, they can't keep their paws out of the cookie jar, and they don't have the competence to run a lemonade stand, let alone a country.

https://qz.com/africa/1468432/state-capture-eskom-load-shedding-for-christmas-in-south-africa/

The wide-ranging state corruption scandal that has dogged South Africa for that last two years could keep the country in the dark this holiday season.

Eskom, the state-owned supplier of 95% of the country’s electricity, is warning it may need to switch off the power periodically starting this month till the end of the year to protect the country from a total blackout. Eskom triggers so-called load-shedding when it anticipates being unable to satisfy demand.

Officials are scrambling to purchase an additional 4 million tons of the mineral in a bid to keep the lights on. And they blame the shortage in part on the failure of mines purchased by members of the Gupta family at the heart of the so-called state capture inquiry.


Double-dealing between the Guptas, who are close friends of former President Jacob Zuma, and the former CEO of Eskom led to the family becoming one of Eskom’s main suppliers of coal.

Eskom attributed the current shortage at two of its power stations to the failure of mines owned by Tegeta, a Gupta-controlled firm that declared bankruptcy in February. The stations, both located in South Africa’s Mpumalanga province, relied exclusively on Tegeta mines for coal.

Despite Eskom’s announcing a nine-point recovery plan, the problems don’t seem to be going away. Blom expects the utility to collapse completely by March. “The problems will be so big they’ll be insurmountable,” he predicts.
Check out Quartz on Facebook.
They're still going ahead with plans to seize the land of white farmers, but you won't hear anybody giving a shit unless, and until, Trump OUTRAGEOUSLY dares to suggest that it might just be a bad thing that won't end well.



And it's not like there's something stopping them from just saying "fuck it", and leaving the blacks to their own savage devices. It's not like they got no place to go. It's not like they're stinky Syrians, and nobody wants them.



In conclusion, South Africa DMFD.
 
#59
I specifically went because it's going to be a 'No Go Zone' within 5 years, and all the safari animals will be dead within a decade. Johannesburg is already a lost cause, and Cape Town is fast circling the bowl.

Cape Town barely dodged the zombie pockyclypse a half a year ago by some lucky last-minute rain storms that kept the water(barely) flowing, but the clock is always ticking on that, and now they're facing a serious power-generation crisis because, when you put blacks in charge, they can't keep their paws out of the cookie jar, and they don't have the competence to run a lemonade stand, let alone a country.

https://qz.com/africa/1468432/state-capture-eskom-load-shedding-for-christmas-in-south-africa/



They're still going ahead with plans to seize the land of white farmers, but you won't hear anybody giving a shit unless, and until, Trump OUTRAGEOUSLY dares to suggest that it might just be a bad thing that won't end well.



And it's not like there's something stopping them from just saying "fuck it", and leaving the blacks to their own savage devices. It's not like they got no place to go. It's not like they're stinky Syrians, and nobody wants them.



In conclusion, South Africa DMFD.
Tangential question, but have you ever seen the documentary Empire of Dust?
 
#61
That is ballsy. I have two friends that have been there. One was robbed at gunpoint. The other was going for his honeymoon and they thought it would be a good idea to take the wedding cards, unopened, to South Africa so they could read them there. They picked up their suitcases from the airport and all the cards had been stolen.

The most annoying thing was that my friend was giving it the "they need the money more than me" chat. I replied with "I'm writing off ever going there and everybody that hears this story will be less likely to go there". South Africa has many problems, but tourism is huge relative to the rest of Africa and I'd bet money that they are hosting fewer and fewer tourists in the last few years. They are completely fucked long term.
He was wearing blackface so he was fine...
 

Stig

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#62
I haven't heard of anyone from here going to Tijuana for fun in a long time. It used to be a thing but no one I know has gone in a couple of decades.
You know, Tehran was a fun place once.
 

jnoble

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#63
I'm loving that the Mexican locals are having none of the invaders shananagins and want them out.
Oh and I just saw a clip of a Tijuana protesters saying "Trump calls them "invaders" ..and they are!" before a chant of "Go back! Go back!" started.
So guess what is NEVER going to be shown on the news outside of maybe FOX today? :haha7:
 

Southtown

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#64
It really is funny to me that they are saying the same shit to these caravan people, that they call us evil racists for when we say it about them.
 

BIV

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#65
I don't understand why the Tijuana Mexicans are so upset about the South American Mexicans.
 

KRSOne

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#67
Also, if Hispanics can be racist against other Hispanics, doesn't that imply that there's a hierarchy at work here? That even the people we consider scumbags have people that they consider scumbags?

Back in Roman times, the closer to Rome that barbarians lived, the more "civilized" their culture became. Does that make Mexicans our equivalent of Gauls who've taken to wearing togas?
Blacks in Mexico were just recognized as citizens in 2016.

Mexico Finally Recognized Its Black Citizens, But That’s Just The Beginning
In Mexico, like everywhere, identity is complex.


Until last month, Mexico was one of only two Latin-American countries (the other is Chile) to not officially count its black population. As a result, the move to recognize Afro-Mexicans has been met with some pushback from Mexicans who believe that mestizo identity (the mix between indigenous people and Europeans) is more important than specific ethnicities.

Mexico’s post-revolutionary government made a conscious effort to create a national mixed-race identity that melded Hispanic, indigenous and African ethnicities. Article 2 of Mexico’s 1917 Constitution recognized its “multicultural composition,” and today, over 60% of Mexicans identify as mestizos. So in modern Mexico, “blackness” is still a tenuous identity, and many use labels like “criollo” (creole) or “moreno” rather than the ones black Mexicans tend to prefer. Peñaloza, for instance, describes himself as “afrodescendiente (of African descent), negro (black), or afromexicano (Afro-Mexican).”

Peñaloza said one of México Negro’s strategies going forward is to ally the black rights movement with indigenous rights, which are generally more widely recognized. In 2013, leaders from 26 indigenous communities in Oaxaca released a statement pushing for constitutional reform that addressed the rights of both indigenous people and Afro-Mexicans; this month, they jointly criticized the local legislature for failing to act on their recommendations.
https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entr...ust-the-beginning_us_568d2d9ce4b0c8beacf50f6b
 

5skin

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#68
Those must be the most self conflicting people on earth.
 

jnoble

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#69
"Afro-Mexicans"?
So many jokes, so little time...
 

the Streif

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#72




Honduran woman, 19, in migrant caravan scales border wall to give birth in US after 2,000-mile trip

By Barnini Chakraborty | Fox News

Pregnant migrant scales border wall, gives birth in US
Honduran woman believed to be the first migrant caravan member to have a child in the U.S. after scaling the border wall with her family; CRTV host Michelle Malkin reacts.
SAN DIEGO, Calif. - A Honduran woman is believed to be the first member of the migrant caravan to have a child in the United States after scaling the border wall with her family and giving birth within 24 hours.
The move is likely to reignite the debate surrounding "anchor babies" and birthright citizenship. President Trump threatened in October to end birthright citizenship with an executive order, although others believe it would require a constitutional amendment.
Maryury Elizabeth Serrano-Hernandez, 19, was more than seven months pregnant when she left Honduras, along with her husband Miguel Ortiz, 20, and their three-year-old son, travelling more than 2,000 miles.
Late last month, they finally made their way to Tijuana, Mexico, where thousands of other Central Americans had gathered, hoping to cross into the United States.
At the makeshift camp, Serrano-Hernandez and her husband say they feared for their safety after being surrounded by Mexicans who weren’t happy they were there. Scared and outnumbered, they decided to cross the border illegally. U.S. inspectors at the main border crossing in San Diego are processing up to about 100 asylum claims every day. Some desperate migrants are crossing the border illegally, avoiding the wait.

CARAVAN MIGRANTS BEGIN TO BREACH BORDER AS FRUSTRATION WITH SLOW ASYLUM PROCESS GROWS
Calling the birth in the U.S. a "big reward" for her family's journey, Serrano-Hernandez told Univision, which documented parts of their journey: “With the faith in God, I always said my son will be born there (in America).”
After somehow climbing the border wall, Serrano-Hernandez and her family were met by three border patrol agents who demanded they return to Tijuana. The family refused and asked for asylum. They were taken to the Imperial Beach Station in San Diego County for processing.
As the events were unfolding however, Serrano-Hernandez could tell something wasn’t quite right.
“The day I came across, I felt a little pain, but I thought it will be because of my nerves,” she said.
U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agency told Fox News: “The woman, who was eight months pregnant, began complaining of abdominal pain (Nov. 27) and was immediately transported to a local hospital by Border Patrol agents.”

Calling the birth in the U.S. a "big reward" for her family's journey, Serrano-Hernandez told Univision, which documented parts of their journey: “With the faith in God, I always said my son will be born there (in America).” (Univision)
Serrano-Hernandez was in labor. Soon thereafter, she gave birth to a baby boy.
CARAVAN ORGANIZER SAYS MOST MIGRANTS NOT BAD PEOPLE, TELLS TRUMP: 'LET THESE PEOPLE IN!'
But it wasn’t all roses and rainbows after that.
“I felt like a criminal,” Serrano-Hernandez said.
Her husband claims immigration officials, who stood guard outside the hospital room, closed all the windows and tried placing handcuffs on the new mother moments after giving birth. They also inspected food brought in by nurses and monitored people entering and exiting the room. The nurses held a drive and gifted the family clothes, diapers and baby wipes but Ortiz says once his family returned to the San Diego detention center, their property was confiscated.

Central American migrants walk along the U.S. border fence looking for places they might be able to cross, in Playas de Tijuana, Mexico, Wednesday, Dec. 5. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
Border Patrol did not respond to specific inquiries Fox News made about whether agents took the items, nor did they respond to requests seeking data on the number of pregnant women making similar attempts to give birth on U.S. soil. Border Patrol did tell Fox News that the family was “placed into immigration proceedings and released on their own recognizance on December 2.”
They are now being housed by a family and hope to move on to Columbus, Ohio, where they have family and will continue their asylum application process.
MIGRANT CARAVAN SHELTER SHUT DOWN OVER 'BAD SANITARY CONDITIONS' AS HUNDREDS MOVE TO NEW FACILITY
President Trump has vowed to stop migrants from entering the U.S. He’s ramped up rhetoric about the types of people seeking asylum and claims many in the caravan are hardened criminals and ready to wreak havoc. He’s also sent thousands of troops to patrol the border.
The border mission was supposed to come to an end on Dec. 15, but on Tuesday, Defense Secretary James Mattis extended the deployments of active duty troops into early 2019.
Currently, there are about 5,600 troops stationed in Texas, Arizona and California. Some troops in California have been helping Border Patrol place concertina wire and construct concrete barriers at border crossing points – something Mattis indicated last week was close to completion.
The controversy at the border – and the administration’s response to it - has polarized much of the country. Last month, images of federal agents firing tear gas on hundreds of migrants created outrage with several high-ranking Democrats blaming the White House. Those complaints were tamped down after data from the Department of Homeland Security revealed that agents also used tear gas at the U.S.-Mexico border dozens of times during the Obama administration.
 

tattered

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#73
I was told Mexicans and Puerto Ricans and Dominicans don't particularly care for each other. Not sure which group dislikes which more or exactly why
One of the worst things you can call a Mexican is Puerto Rican and vise versa
They find it more offensive than spic or wetback
 

jnoble

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#74
One of the worst things you can call a Mexican is Puerto Rican and vise versa
They find it more offensive than spic or wetback
Why is it that big an insult to them?
 
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