Google’s doodle on Friday “celebrated” ethno-nationalist La Raza activist Rodolfo Gonzales boasting about his “pure blood” and refusal to assimilate into America.
“I am the masses of my people and I refuse to be absorbed,” the Google doodle said. “My faith unbreakable, my blood is pure.”
The doodle features buttons for “Aztlan,” a movement that advocates for Hispanics to reconquer the southern United States (La Reconquista), and “Chicano Power.”
Gonzales brought together militant youth from street gangs, ex-convicts and assorted young Hispanics for the first ever “Chicano Youth Liberation Conference.”
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“Chicano youth believed that for Mexican Americans to be instilled with pride in their ethnicity and culture; Chicanos needed to reject the dominant values of American Society, including capitalism and white Anglo-Saxon Protestant culture,” according to Wikipedia.
The first conference in March 1969 produced a document, “Plan Espiritual de Aztlán,” which developed the concept of ethnic nationalism and self-determination in the struggle for Chicano liberation. The statement of the “revolutionary caucus” also came out of that conference. “For 144 years we have been trying to peacefully coexist but no peace has come to our communities. Revolution is the only means available to us. We owe no allegiance, no respect, to any of the laws of this racist country. Our liberation struggle is a war of survival.”
The second Chicano Youth Liberation Conference (CYLC) in 1970 (March 25) represented a further refinement in Gonzáles’s efforts toward Chicano self-determination, the formation of the Colorado Raza Unida Party. The demonstration of “Chicano Youth Unity” became the “spirit of Denver.” Juan Lopez and Sam Kushner wrote about the Second Youth Conference calling it “a call for the creation of a Nation of Aztlan and the formation of an independent Chicano party, guided by the congress of Aztlan.” The conference was sponsored by the Crusade for Justice, expanding their reach to encourage and mobilize the youth within the community. The second CYLC had 14 states represented that included civil and human rights organizations bringing anyone in the Chicano movement together. “Enemies and friends gathered and got along all under one roof.” Political figures, community members, militant groups, and gangs were all represented uniting under La Raza.
[…] “El Plan Espiritual de Aztlán” is an indigenous irredentist claim to Aztlan. This involves creating power in the Chicano community through community lead and serving organizations. It demonstrates that Chicanos are the only ones that truly have rights to the land. “El Plan Espiritual de Aztlán, which sought to organize the Chicano people around a nationalist program. […]
The plan called for the mass mobilization of Chicanos under the same identity, the Mestizo Nation.
Google conducted a massive purge of right-wing channels over the past two years they accused of promoting “white nationalism” only to turn around and actively promote and “celebrate” Hispanic ethno-nationalism and La Reconquista.
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