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75% Latino district names new school after serial killer


Superintendent Ramiraz thinks a Mexican bandit who murdered white people is a “hero.”

The Alisal Union School District, in Salinas, California is openly pushing racial hatred. The city is 75% Latino.

Iburcio Vasquez was a 19th Century Chicano bandit who murdered at least two white people and was suspected of killing four others. His first violent crime was stabbing a police officer at age 14! A California school district is calling him a “role model.” They just named a new school after him as a direct insult to all white people.

From Fox News…

The Alisal Union School District in Salinas agreed to name the new school in honor of Tiburcio Vasquez – who was eventually hanged for killing at least two people in the nineteenth century.

Superintendent John Ramirez defended the board’s decision telling Fox News that one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter.

“Tiburcio Vasquez, along with others, was an individual who was a revolutionary,” Ramierz said. “He was not okay with the oppression.”

Vasquez “was probably the most notorious bandit California ever saw,” according to the University of Southern California library. He was 14-years-old when he committed his first crime – stabbing a constable.

In 1875 Vasquez was convicted of two murders and subsequently hanged. Other historical records indicate he may have killed as many as six people – including a law enforcement officer.

“He took from the rich and gave to the poor,” Francisco Estrada told KION. “He was your inspiration of Zorro.”
Estrada sat on the naming committee for the new elementary school and said the convicted murderer was a good man who should be a model to the youth of East Salinas.

He said Vasquez was simply misunderstood.

“Mr. Vasquez, number one, was not a murderer,” he told the television station. “He was framed by the system at that time.”
“The history was written by mainstream whites,” he said. “It wasn’t written by Californians or people of Mexican descent. When do we have our history written by us? When do we stop having our heroes branded as villains?”

Ramirez told Fox News that Vasquez is a role model to Mexican-Americans.