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Gaudencio Fernandez: Just Who’s The Racist?

By Greg L | 17 February 2009 | Manassas City | 21 Comments

Gaudencio Fernandez isn’t just a nut.  He’s an adherent to the same tribalist grievance-mongering that is responsible for conflicts among Hutus and Tutsis, Kosovars and Serbs, and countless other horrific and genocical outrages to humanity.  Because he thinks that “Europeans” are responsible for all the ills of the “Nican Tlaca” race and the only solution to their problems is to remove all “non-indigenous” people from North and South America.

And he’s calling others racists.  Go figure.

The recent protest in favor of his “sign” featured several posters from the Mexica Movement, Fernandez has travelled to California to attend Mexica Movement events, and as we see in this video the founder of the Mexica Movement came to Manassas and was featured on an ABC affiliate news broadcast (curously enough) and identified as a “Californian tourist”.

Why can’t the media be honest with us?  Why are they providing cover to people who have announced their desire to exterminate all Europeans in the Western hemisphere?

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  1. Good Time Charlie said on 17 Feb 2009 at 2:11 am:
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    Kidnappings have increased over 400% in Arizona and nobody understands this for what it is. The beginning of the end for a law abiding nation. This country is in more than financial trouble because of alien criminals sneaking into this country. But lawmakers for whatever reason have turned a blind eye to a problem bigger than terrorism. I think the point of no return to guard our country against becoming a lawless state is fast approaching., and I see nobody in government brave enough to stop it from happening.

    Military protection on the borders is the only solution.

  2. Anonymous said on 17 Feb 2009 at 6:25 am:
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    The funny thing is he was speaking in English, not Spanish. This was done more for the media than for the illegals that mostly don’t speak English. I noticed the MWB website is all in Spanish now. Not enough Anglo supporters I guess. I watched the intro to yesterday’s march coverage. Some scrapes and bruises during a brief struggle with one policeman was introduced as a ‘brutal beating by cops’, and this was on Fox TV channel 5 no less! This combined with the local paper’s report that made Fernandez sound like an innocent victim is making a national mockery of our region. When is truth ever going to be published in the media? The news about Arizona kidnappings, and Montgomery county’s change in policy should be forefront in peoples minds. Go to a Wal-Mart late at night, or a Bank of America during the day, and you’ll think you’ve left the country. I just wonder how many are starting to believe the Mexica garbage?

  3. BattleCat said on 17 Feb 2009 at 6:57 am:
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    And newspapers wonder why they are struggling to survive. It’s too late for them. Newspapers will never let go of their ultra left-wing agenda to be able to report anything close to the truth. NBC4 and WTOP both make me sick with their pro-illegal garbage. None of us are really surprised, as journalism died a while ago anyway.

  4. Johnson said on 17 Feb 2009 at 7:44 am:
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    Wow. Liberals think that this hatred is acceptable because it’s against whites. Racism is racism. Let the Mexicas have Kalifornia. Shwartzenegger will never deport them because, God forbid that the government do anything that might appear to be racist.

  5. Old Soldier said on 17 Feb 2009 at 8:12 am:
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    You breathe life into his modest project by caring. When you stop caring, recognize that he has a right to his opinion, and simply leave the zoning issue to the city… this sign (and others like it) will simply go away.

    Any publicity is good publicity… and it would appear that you are his principal publicist.

  6. Robert L. Duecaster said on 17 Feb 2009 at 10:28 am:
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    I love that sign. Long may it stand as a fitting tribute to politicians who aided and abetted, or, by their inaction, encouraged the Illegal Invasion. Frank Wolf, Tim Kaine, and Chuck Colgan should have oversized pictures of their heads mounted above the sign, in a grotesque Rushmore-like caricature.

  7. BothPartiesColludeAgainstUs said on 17 Feb 2009 at 11:55 am:
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    Nice but I would edit it down to about half that length … it drifts.

    You/we could not invent such buffoons to demonstrate what this fight is about. Can/should HSM make a donation to Fernandez?

  8. John Galt said on 17 Feb 2009 at 5:14 pm:
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    I agree with Mr. Duecaster on the collateral impact of the sign:

    No Silencio Gaudencio!

  9. Anonymous said on 17 Feb 2009 at 6:09 pm:
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  10. Anonymous said on 17 Feb 2009 at 6:35 pm:
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    What??? No more newspapers? What will I wrap my garbage in?

  11. Anonymous said on 17 Feb 2009 at 11:23 pm:
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    “Don Quixote” Fernandez is due in court (with a lawyer?) tomorrow. It will be interesting to see if he arrives with Pancho.

  12. John Galt said on 18 Feb 2009 at 8:10 am:
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    I heard that the wall was being disassembled last night. Is that his play now?

    Put up a wall without a permit, defy a stop work order.

    Get a court date, show up, ask for a continuance.

    Get a some press and national exposure within the Mexica Movement.

    Take the wall down on the evening before your new court date.

    Show up for court and tell the judge the wall is gone.

    Repeat again and again.

  13. Anonymous said on 18 Feb 2009 at 9:20 am:
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    John Galt said on 18 Feb 2009 at 8:10 am: Flag comment

    I heard that the wall was being disassembled last night. Is that his play now?

    That appears to be his modus operandi. Hope the judge hits him with a “stiff” fine and warn him to cease this activity.

  14. fed up said on 18 Feb 2009 at 2:36 pm:
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    The City needs to seize that property …. eminent domain.
    That will take care of his little cat and mouse games.

  15. es_la_ley said on 18 Feb 2009 at 6:46 pm:
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    Liberty Street Wall comes down.


  16. John Galt said on 18 Feb 2009 at 7:57 pm:
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    “The City needs to seize that property …. eminent domain.
    That will take care of his little cat and mouse games.”

    Under any other circumstances, I would be against it. However, when the property in question is a clear public nuisance, and is having a measurably detrimental effect on the City, then I would agree with the action in this case. I compare this to the abandoned building that is frequently used by crack-heads. The City must expend disproportionate service resources to deal with the issue. Therefore, seize it. In the case of Mr. Fenandez, he has cost the City a great deal of time and money, dealing with this reindeer games. The sign has had a detrimental effect on the old town historic district, which the city is trying to promote. Mr. Fernandez wants to put up an office bulding on the site, but the property is zoned residential. He is trying to bully the city into rezoning the property. Don’t believe for a second that this is about “immigrant rights”. Mr. Fernandez cares about making money. When his overcrowded flophouse burned, he collected the insurance, but continued to see dollar signs. He could have rebuilt a residential structure, and turned it inot a bed and breakfast with a dining room. There are very successful ones operating in Clifton and elsewhere, in areas that don’t have half the attraction as Old Town Manassas. Lord knows Old Town could use an alternative to “Ye Old Towne Inn”. Had he chosen this route, the City would be throwing tax incentives at him, instead of legal proceedings. But Mr. Fernandez is not a smart man. Not a reasonable man. He wants to “swing for the fences” and put up a piece of commercial realestate to rival Morias Place, or the new building going up at the corner of Grant and Church.

    Notice how the orignal structure “burned” right about the same time that Manassas announced the B3.5 initiative? He wanted to cash in on that. Problem is, the area is zoned residential, not mixed use.

    So, to all of you ignorantly socialist liberals with hairy armpits (men and women), sporting your chic Che’ gear who are so ignorant as to believe that Mr. Fernandez has any concern about the plight of the immigrant person of the Latino persuasion, I would suggest that you check your premise. It doesn’t add up. However, when you do a little research regarding Mr. Fernandez and his interactions with the City of Manassas, you can see his motive clearly.

    A little park, situated next to the Manassas Museum would be a very nice addition to the Cityscape.

  17. Anonymous said on 18 Feb 2009 at 11:19 pm:
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    es_la_ley said on 18 Feb 2009 at 6:46 pm: Flag comment

    Liberty Street Wall comes down.

    Yes, it came down but he is still playing cat and mouse with the system. HA HA I took the sign down so you have no case. Why did the judge postpone the case until 24 March? The judge should have settled the matter today and been done with it. What is it costing the city everytime there is a postponement? It’s costing don Quixote nothing.

    We can now add el zorro to his nicknames!

  18. Dave in PWC said on 19 Feb 2009 at 1:15 am:
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    The property owner should be billed for all the court time expended at the hearing on the 24th.

    I wonder what other properties he owns that have “zoning” issues? I wonder if he’s behind on his property taxes?

  19. anonymous said on 20 Feb 2009 at 1:14 pm:
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    “Don’t believe for a second that this is about “immigrant rights”. Mr. Fernandez cares about making money.”

    Both the illegal alien and his employer have one thing in common: They care only about making money, without regard for the law.

  20. Mike said on 25 Mar 2009 at 5:58 pm:
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    After 9/11 we had the perfect opportunity to shut down our borders but our conservative president did not do this. This would have been done for national security and there would have been very few voices of protest. We squandered this opportunity and went to war in Iraq.

    I am conservative by nature but often vote for Democrats because the Republicans just look out for big business. The only Republican that is truly Conservative is Ron Paul and he is treated like a joke. He makes sense to me.

  21. Anonymous said on 24 Dec 2009 at 1:20 am:
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    Gaudencio Fernandez is a man no one should trust and I should know because he was married to my mother years ago which is why he is legal might I add. He lived in Newburgh New York for many years before moving to Virginia. He believes in domestic violence which I have seen first hand growing up due to my mother going to the hospital many times because of him. I seen how he screwed people over and over and he is only intrested in money. One of the reasons why he left Newburgh was due to him being sued by someone who trusted him. Don’t believe for one moment that his motives are for the latino population. His motives are only to benefit himself.

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