HATRED – in Mexican Music Rants.
“We have got to eliminate the gringo…we have got to kill him.”
All this “racism?” It’s from the Mexicans!
107.1 FM – Austin, Texas | 1 December 2017 | Mene Mene Tekel Upharsin
Posted on 12/1/2017, 7:12:27 PM by MeneMeneTekelUpharsin
Fellow Freepers, I have posted before and will post again, the music coming over the Spanish-language stations in the United States is largely intolerable in its content. You need to get a fluently bilingual friend to listen to the Norteno-type “country” Mexican music and report what is heard.
Just this afternoon, driving home from work, the music coming from a station in Austin, 107.1 FM, was so bad that I wanted to shut the station down immediately. If such music were produced in the English language with the same messaage towards the Spanish-speaking community as they sing out over our airwaves, there would be an explosion of racism and discrimination charges the likes of which this nation has never seen.
One fella was singing that he was going to make his money here without visa or papers and he clearly had in mind to spend it in his beloved Mexico. He went on to sing that he would not be humiliated by Americans. Their thoughts against us are so one-sided it approaches indescribable. The mock us, demean us and talk about walking all over us in a way that even liberals would not tolerate, if they could understand what is being sung. They sing about their women basically being their chattel property. None of that would be tolerated were it to be translated into English and broadcast.
Our government is failing us in a huge way (all of the Federal agencies are participating) and no one is doing a thing about it, nor does it seem much of anyone in leadership cares. They are so worried about Roy Moore, they don’t care that their house cleaners, gardeners, lawn mowers, house painters, automobile body works and painters, cooks, factory workers, truck drivers, fast food workers, etc. and ad nauseum absolutely HATE regular Americans. The enemy IS within the gates