Hispanics protest against black principal in South L.A.

As whites disappear from southern California, conflicts between blacks and Hispanics continue. In this latest episode of the black/brown war, which I experienced first-hand back in the 70s*, Hispanics are demanding the ouster of a black school principle. They claim “she is insensitive to Spanish-speaking parents.”

Local ABC news covers this story here.

Far be it from me to take sides in this conflict, which I know little about, but I found it interesting that the vast majority of protesters are clearly Hispanic – and ABC chose to highlight one of the few black protesters in their video. It could be this is because the Hispanic protesters didn’t speak English well enough. I suspect, however, that the real reason is that ABC wanted to portray an impression of solidarity, and harmony, between blacks and Hispanics. After all, they could easily have used an interpreter for a Spanish-speaking parent.

Reporting the news in an unbiased fashion would make the failure of “diversity” obvious for all to see, so they instead try to present it as a campaign against one individual, rather than as an ethnic conflict. But I seriously doubt that most Los Angeles blacks give two hoots about the sensitivities of Spanish-speaking parents.

* I was dark-skinned, and others assumed I was Mexican. People would sometimes come up to me and ask, “What are you?” One black kid asked me that, and then continued, “You better not be a Jew, ’cause I don’t like Jews.”


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11 Responses to Hispanics protest against black principal in South L.A.

  1. missattempts says:

    Didn’t Spanish run the blacks out of South Central L.A?
    A black goes there, his taking his life in his hands.

  2. Zimriel says:

    Jared Taylor’s “White Identity” is full of tales of ethnic riot in schools, and yes it’s usually some flavour of Latin American against blacks. Whites tend not to be much involved these days because they’re in private school or else in some distant whitopia.

    If I’m permitted to go a bit OT – Some reviewers thought that the book was less about white identity and more about racial identity generally: racial asabiya growing sharper under diversity, and what happens as a result. “The Need For White Identity” might have been a better title.

  3. icareviews says:

    “‘You better not be a Jew, ’cause I don’t like Jews.'”

    If you had to speculate, what would you guess had prompted that black boy to say that and to feel that way? The influence of the Nation of Islam? Experience with a landlord or a pawnbroker? Some form of residual Christianity predating Christian Zionism?

    I visited Tangier once and was asked (in French) by a local if I was a Jew. I’m not, but I was wearing indigenous garb (or so I thought) and must have looked strange to the man, whose question carried an edge of intimidation. It unnerved me at the time, but I have a better understanding now than I did then of Arab resentments against the Jews. A waiter in a Tangier restaurant explained to me that, in the years following 9/11 and the “War on Terror”, streets with names like “Washington” had been changed to satisfy anti-American sentiment.

    • jewamongyou says:

      It was a long time ago, and even at the time I couldn’t tell. I’m guessing that, since he was only about 14 years old, he probably learned it from his parents.

  4. K.l. Asher says:

    If you want the low down on the happenings of south central Los Angeles and the mass exodus of blacks caused by the mexican influx, tune into Black Jesus on the Cartoon Network during the adult swim broadcast. The shows plot touches on it quite a bit.

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