Claudia Smith is a racial separatist in San Diego. She is a defender of migrant workers involved in prostitution of under-age trafficked in from camp. In this video, a group of residents and Minutemen are picking up garbage in the migrant camps. Claudia threatens to have them arrested for throwing away an old broken radio.
Claudia Smith is a racial separatist in San Diego. She identifies herself as an Attorney to the press but she is no longer allowed to practice law in the State of California.
In this video she is stalking the Minutemen as they clean garbage from a migrant camp. She is threatening to have them arrested for removing a tortoise shell that was used in a Santeria sacrificial ceremony.
The Minutemen meet the Desert Angels.
Communists protest against the Minutemen as they march through downtown Los Angeles.
Ted Hayes and the Minutemen march past Communists and illegal aliens on their way to city hall.
Communists and illegal aliens protest against Ted Hayes and the Minutemen as they march towards city hall.
This awesome music video is an urban nomadic look into the close bond that builds with friendship.
This music video features the song "History Part II" from the unbelieveable and underappreciated 80's DIY LA punk band the MinuteMen!
History Lesson Part II was from the album 1988 album "Introducing the Minutemen" from SST Records.
This song, like its accompaning video, is about friendship.The bond between the Minutemen's Mike Watt and D.Boon is illustrated through the bond between friends Lynden and Harrison.
This music video was originally produced as video gift for a friend's birthday but we believe that it should be shared.
Filmed on location in the summer of 2004 in Vancouver, BC Canada.
Director/Camera - Stephen Gillis
Friends: Harrison Karakatsanis and Lynden Cochrane
(c) Random Pictures 2006
NitroNinja**** Minutemen militia have been shot and killed by armed border patrol minutemen militia
Illegal Immigration - Rancher Thanks Minutemen for Fence 6-03-06
*******newmovementtheater**** Scene from live megaphone show on 5-5-2010.
The New Movement is a comedy theater and training center in Austin, Tx. We produce weekly content, festivals and a touring company. Watch us live at our theater on 1819 Rosewood Ave Wednesday-Saturday. All shows cheap or free.
Lupe Moreno is the leader of Latino Americans for Immigration Reform. She is against illegal immigration and for the enforcement of U.S. borders. She is proud of her Mexican heritage but she considers herself to be an American.
Joe Loya speaks from the heart about the tragedy that has befallen his son in-law. The federal government granted immunity to a drug smuggler to testify against two U.S. Border Agents that tried to stop him. 82 Congressman have demanded full pardons from President Bush.
Armando Navarro is a brown supremacist Professor at U.C. Riverside. He has written a book calling for the Mexican takeover of the United States. Armando Navarro associates himself with other reconquistas, homophobes, and anti-Semites like Congressman Joe Baca, Herman Baca, Enrique Morones and Hector Carreon of aztlan****
In Illegal LA, VBS heads to Los Angeles, the US locus of Latin American migrants and a flashpoint for recent anti-immigrant tensions, in an attempt to suss out the full nature of la reconquista instead of just trying to yell “We’re all immigrants!/Speak English!” until it looks like we’re about to hemorrhage from our eyeballs.
La Migra Death Squad Love Song
A Travel Video Postcard from the Old North Bridge in Concord Massachusetts to the freedom movements in North Africa
The rude bridge that arched the flood, Revolutions in North Africa,
Tahrir Square, Libya,
A Travel Video Postcard from Concord to North Africa:
It was a pilgrimage of sorts, this visit to the old North Bridge in Concord, Massachusetts, where one of the first battles of the American Revolution took place on April 19th 1775
I wanted to reclaim something, at the Old North Bridge.
The patriotic pulse of a childhood growing up near this iconic place had gone resoundingly flat in the sixties.
I wanted to see, if returning to Concord I might feel a flutter that would connect me to brothers and sisters in the Arab world, Tahrir Square, Libya who were demonstrating for, fighting and dying for a freedom we have long taken for granted.
I asked a woman with a camera what brought her to Concord, to the Old North Bridge today. “I’ve never been, and I happened to be nearby…so I thought might as well…” “but” I ventured “does it make you feel anything about what’s happening in the Arab world?”
Her stare was blank at first, then “oh, I see what you mean,, like Egypt”
I smiled yes.. and so much more. I thought)
Then I was alone with the rude bridge, and still.
Across the stream a man and child approach He was from Ghana, and we stood together with the first dead Isaac Davis and Emerson’s poem.
By the Rude bridge that arched the flood
Their flag to Aprils breeze unfurled,
Here once the embattled farmers stood
and fired the shot heard round the world
I with my Mayflower eyes, he with deep brown eyed disappointment. “What has happened to this country?” the African voice said “ you fought so hard against tyranny… what do you value now”