"Memo 2 Chinese USA doesn't keep it's promises,
USA promised 2 million “Brassaro's” citizenship
during WW2 but gave it to X-Nazis instead."
Its a good Idea to Lie during A war to get what you want...
Ask some Geezers such as Strom Thurman or Jessy Helms what
they thought about the US offering to US citizenship and they wont
deny they did it but will say "they deferred that offer to make room
for returning GI's and bunch of Nazies after WW2.
" USA promised “Brassaro's”
citizenship during WW2."
" Lost in the sauce they're owed Really Big Bucks and vindication
they were true patriots (not stay at home like Cubans) and all
you hear is illegal from the ungrateful whining punk Republiklan
nube racist pigs." even the nubee Zionist Johnny come lately
hate them just like the were Wannabe be Honorary white who
vilifies so called black leaders rather than lending a hand like
blacks did for the Holocaust Jews.
I guess its a bootlicking technique perfected by getting all thoes war bucks ( not for schools or hospitals)
out of us and in away this works the best defense is a good offence...But dude get a grip guess who is next
on the list swarthy boy... ED
[The story below is a typical misleading bullshit cover up stating
and denying facts confusing the Reparations issue, the hole
thing is dependant on the lack of scholarship by historians and
racism to hid the facts in plane sight.
Keeping it buried for 50 years was easy!
But this is going to be a Giguando Law suite once the class
action notices trickle down to the victims of the big lie,
for 50 years we have herd them called every name in the book
illegal's and wetbacks and all the time we owe them at least the
medical care and education due any citizen as well as respect
of true fighting Patriots Mexican Americans.
They along with Blacks & Women were the Home Front
building Airplanes Tanks ,Guns and all of the food,yet all were
By Peter Brimelow
— George W. Bush,
commenting on the website
Coulter, Ann: Treason
... entire liberal establishment ferociously defended him against charges of treason
-- and tried to ... War -- and how liberals use it to deny credit to Ronald Reagan. ...
Subject: Fw: "braceros" Date:
Sun, 22 Jun 2003 01:36:15 -0400
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Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 20:48:52 -0500
Mexicans who worked U.S. farms in '40s get help in legal battle
By EMILY BAZAR
December 30, 2002
- Thousands of Mexican workers who were brought to the United States in the 1940s to pick peaches, plow fields and toil on
the railroads have been granted more time in their quest to recoup wages that they earned, but never received.
The California Legislature this year approved a measure that will give the workers - known as "braceros" - three years to sue
for withheld wages, which are estimated to total hundreds of millions of dollars.
Though the impact of the law depends partly on the outcome of a class-action lawsuit already in the federal courts, it has
nonetheless been hailed as an important legal tool that will bolster the case on behalf of the braceros and their heirs.
"The legislation was a great victory for the braceros," said Enrique Martinez, a San Francisco attorney involved in the
class-action lawsuit. "It shows that the state Legislature recognizes the importance of this case and recognizes the
contributions that these men made to the California economy."
The bracero program, which was designed to fill a labor shortage during World War II, lasted from 1942 to 1964. During that
time, an estimated 4.6 million work contracts were issued to Mexican workers who were willing to provide manual labor on
American farms and railroads for pay.
Between 1942 and 1949, the U.S. government deducted 10 percent from each bracero's pay. They money was to be sent to
bank accounts in Mexico and held there until the workers returned to Mexico to claim it.
But very few of the workers ever saw a penny of that money. Though it's not clear how much is still owed, advocates say
braceros and their descendants may be entitled to several hundred million dollars, including interest.
"I feel like I've been cheated out of that money," said Cecilio Santillana, 75, who worked in Minnesota, Michigan, New
Mexico and Texas as a bracero. Now a resident of San Jose, Calif., he participated in the guest-worker program from 1948
to 1962, picking cherries and preparing cotton fields for sowing.
Santillana said he never attempted to claim his money because too many of his friends had tried and failed.
"We worked for the money," he said. "It should be returned to us."
(Distributed by Scripps Howard News Service, http://www.shns.com.)
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[PDF]CONTACT The Phoenix Project March 10, 1998
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... out of the Southwest.? ?These militant Mexicans have established ... He counted six
US deaths, two in ... the reaction, Americans, including today?s college students ...
Public Papers of the Presidents • Harry S. Truman • 1952-53
Address Before the National Conference on Citizenship.
September 17, 1952
Date: Thu, 01 May 2003 15:58:59 -0800
Subject: Dennis Kucinich
C., Check out this guy's website. Is he the new Paul Wellstone?
A Note From Actor Peter Coyote
If three people were to give $25 dollars each and each notify 3 people and
get them to do the same, in a month around a billion dollars would be accumulated.
I'm writing to urge each of you to send $25.00 to the campaign of Dennis
Kucinich and to commit to organize three others to do the same thing. Dennis
is the most progressive candidate currently running for President. Whether or
not you finally vote for him is immaterial. A small donation now will advance
his campaign immeasurably, force the media to pay attention to him, and spread his
National Health for all, anti-Nafta and Gatt,
ending the war, de-militarizing space.
There is virtually no difference between his
positions and the Green Party platform,
but as a Democratic Congressman, he is
not a symbolic candidate.
He is a tried and tested politician who has stayed true to his principles.
He must have $20,000,000 in the bank by June 2003
(this is true for all candidates) to be taken seriously. We could do this for less than the cost
of good bottle of wine. Send $25.00 and get three people to commit to the same. Support
Democratic diversity, support a peace initiative and support a progressive agenda.
Try it. It doesn't preclude you from supporting other candidates, but if you simply
support who you think will "win", you can't complain when they don't represent your interests.
[ these pharses are some how hollow
Go to: https://www.kucinich.us/ and hit "contribute." The internet is
national politics. Please participate.
Peter do you know how much can he keep if he looses
just lookat the millions raised by "canidates" like Jerry
Brown, Ralph Nadir & Eugene McCarthy That $25.00 =
1/3 of my weekly food budget family of two.
Your terms are vague and have no reality to me.