I believe the man in the picture above and the man in the pictures below are the same man, the man who tried to have me murdered, which is another story to be told later.
This post relates to the sex scandal that has enveloped University of Texas at San Antonio president Ricardo Romo, who was born in 1943. Romo the university president has been suspended because of sexual harassment and retaliation allegations. Read more here.
I would like to know for sure that Romo the scandal-plagued university president is the same Communist radical as the man in the photo above.
I’m seeking opinions on whether the man named Ricardo Romo in the picture above is the same Ricardo Romo who is president of the university. The man above ran for governor of California as a radical candidate in 1970.
Look carefully at Ricardo Romo, the university president, seen below. Compare the mustache, glasses, hairline, and general features to the grainy old photo above. Ricardo Romo, the university president, was living in California in 1970. His academic writings indicate he’a a La Raza radical.
These are all photos of him taken within the last 10 to 15 years. Romo normally wears glasses, as seen in the third photo below, where he’s pictured with his white wife.
I believe that both Romos are the same. The thing is that Romo the university president has kept his run for the California governership a secret. I guess it doesn’t pay to be known as a far left radical Marxist/Communist in Texas.
This piece of history describes Ricardo Romo’s run for the governor’s office. He received about 6,000 votes.
From the Peace and Freedom Newsletter of October 1970:
Picture of Ricardo Romo in 1970
Ricardo Romo in 1970
“Since 1968, Romo has been organizing to involve Chicanos in movement activities. Romo sees the day when Chicanos and Blacks will join Whites who are dissatisfied with the Democrats and Republicans under the banner of “Peace and Freedom, a humanistic party for th oppressed”.
“Romo’s involvement in La Raza causes has been long and intensive. While attending college he helped organize food caravans and other supportive activities for Cesar Chavez’ United Farm Workers strike. He also served as press secretary for Reies Tijerina, helping to bring the Land Question of the Southwest to national attention. Romo has traveled widely in Canada and the Southwest with Tijerina organizing greater Chicano and Indian unity and was instrumental in establishing the Chicano Conference in California.
“A significant development of his campaign has been his winning of the endorsement of the statewide Mexican American Political Association (MAPA). For the first time in its ten year history, MAPA passed over Unruh, the Democrat, to support the first Chicano candidate for governor in this state under the American flag. Romo’s candidacy for governor is based on his desire “to effect a political consciousness within the Chicano community; to build and sustain an ongoing third alternative to the existing, established parties; TO BRING ABOUT A HUMANISTIC REVOLUTION!””