The diversionary words spoken by Jorge Ramos in response to Tucker Carlson’s challenge to the Mestizo “Walter Cronkite” of Mexico hides a hidden agenda–the complete takeover by Mexicans of what is today the United States and the extermination of the white race by race mixing whites with Mexicans.
TUCKER CARLSON: So at an event several weeks ago in February you said this, and I wanted to ask you about it, and I’m quoting you, “I’m a proud Latino immigrant here in the United States. You know exactly what is going on here in the US. There are many people who do not want us to be here and who want to create a wall in order to separate us. But you know what, this is also our country. Let me repeat this, our country, not theirs, it’s our country.” Who’s the us, and who’s the they? Whose country is it?
JORGE RAMOS: This is our country, it is yours, it is mine and it is ours. The interesting this is with the Trump administration and many people who support Donald Trump they think it is their country, that it is a white country and they are absolutely wrong. This is not a white country, this is not their country, it is ours, and that is precisely what I’m saying. Look in 2044, the white population will become a minority, it will be a minority/majority country, that is precisely what I’m saying. Latinos, Asians, African-Americans, whites, it is our country Tucker.
Let’s break from Infowars and pick up the story at the Daily Mail
Tucker Carlson on Wednesday had a tense exchange with Jorge Ramos on the issues of immigration and race, which culminated with the Fox News host declaring that the Mexican-born Univision anchor was whiter than him.
Ramos, who is a senior anchor at the Spanish-language network, appeared on the program Tucker Carlson Tonight to talk about his stance on President Donald Trump’s immigration policies.
Watch the full interview here:
‘Who is the “us,” and who is the “they?”’ Carlson demanded of his guest.
Speaking from Univision’s Miami studios, Ramos explained that there are people in the country who want to go back to 1965, when there was a white majority, and who believe that Latinos, immigrants and refugees have no place here.
‘This is not a white country. This is not their country. It is ours,’ Ramos said before adding, ‘this is a multiracial country and we must be tolerant.’
Carlson then snapped at Ramos: ‘Let me just point out that you are white, obviously. You’re whiter than I am: you have blue eyes, so I don’t know exactly what you mean by “white” or “Latino.”‘
Ramos, a journalist and author widely regarded as the ‘Walter Cronkite of Latin America,’ was born in Mexico City in 1958 and came to the US in 1983 on a student visa.
Ramos proves again the maxim that when nonwhites are hugely outnumbered they behave. Once they reach critical mass, they start raising a stink and their true feelings about their generous white hosts come out.
If Ramos wants a race war, and he does, he better be careful. Whites have 15 IQ points on Mexicans and we still outnumber them.
The rallying cry, “Remember the Alamo” seems appropriate when dealing with Mexican Supremacists like Ramos.