NCLR's Murguia: blacks, Latinos should "attack those common enemies"

The video below is audio of Janet Murguia of the National Council of La Raza saying the following (via Radio Equalizer, [1]):

I think for us it's about understanding that we have common interests and we have to be able to understand that our demographics today, a lot of people want to pit who’s the largest minority vs. who's taking over as the largest demographic and all that.

We need to understand that when you put those two demographics together you know when you put sixteen percent of the Latino population now in the US combined with fourteen percent of the African American population is what can we do together now to attack those common enemies? To attack the common barriers that present themselves for us.

There's very little chance that she means "attack" in a physical sense: the NCLR isn't a radical group even if they have some radical links. Who exactly she means by "common enemies" isn't clear: does she mean all white people, or white people plus Asians, or just white people who support our immigration laws? Whatever she means, clearly many or most white people are in her enemy camp. And, this is clearly a bit of racial triumphalism (groups like Imagine2050 are even more explicit). This is an example of liberal racism, even if she isn't as forthright as others.

What she outlines isn't such a good deal for blacks either: in the alliance she describes, guess who'd be the real leaders? Many Hispanics aren't anywhere near as constrained by Political Correctness as whites, and few Hispanics have White Guilt. Teaming up with Hispanics to oppose whites might eventually put blacks back in the position they were in fifty years ago.

If you want to oppose the NCLR correctly, just make sure that as many likely supporters as possible see the National Council of La Raza and Janet Murguia pages (short link for the first: ).

Pay special attention to the note at the end of the summary on the first page. That page has information you won't find others discussing and demonstrates how to oppose them in ways that are not counter-productive.

[1] Graphics on the video are his. Murguia was speaking on the Al Sharpton show, but to guest host Andre Eggelletion ("the same host recently behind a successful campaign to suspend KFI's John & Ken")