Univision Promotes Hate Film Where Trump Speech Inspires Americans to Murder Mexican ImmigrantsThe New Observer
Apr. 19, 2016
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Univision host Jorge Ramos has publicly backed a new Mexican movie which portrays white Americans as mass murderers who hunt and shoot Mexicans--and who use Donald Trump's comments on illegal alien criminals as their justification.
The movie--called Desierto ("Desert") portrays a drunk white vigilante killing illegal immigrants with a hunting rifle as they cross the border into America, while Trump's speech serves as a voice-over.
Desierto, which opened in Mexican theaters on April 15, starts with Trump's description of illegal invaders and then switches directly to a scene of a white man armed with a rifle gunning down Mexicans crossing under a barbed wire fence.
It later shows the same man, in a pickup truck holding a bottle of what appears to be whisky, a beer can nearby, as a voice says, "Welcome to the land of the free." The trailer ends with, "words are as dangerous as bullets."
The blatantly anti-white hate movie was heavily promoted by Ramos on his Spanish Sunday show Al Punto, when he interviewed Desierto director Jonas Cuaron and star Gael Garcia Bernal.
The discussion focused almost exclusively on Trump's factually correct remarks that the Latin American invasion has brought crime to America--and dismissed them as "racist."
Since Trump has made these remarks in public, Ramos said, "there are thousands if not millions of North Americans who feel that they have the absolute freedom to be racists."
* As noted by the Center for Immigration Studies columnist Jerry Kammer, Trump's words in the movie end with his comment that the Mexican invasion "has got to stop, and it's got to stop fast"--and then, as those words are spoken, a sniper rifle shot drops one of the invaders, and then one more.
"Then we see the rifleman, a grizzled, murderous xenophobic American--ostentatiously named Sam--whose brutalization of the terrified Mexicans propels the story," the CIS columnist says.
"This material resonates powerfully with Jorge Ramos. His conviction that racism and xenophobia are the driving forces of opposition to illegal immigration is a central theme of his nightly newscasts.
"Ramos fixates on reports that confirm his conviction with the obsessiveness of an exploitation film director showing close-ups of bullets tearing into human flesh."
"Cuaron's movie, with its heart-pounding, blood-drenched scenes of sadistic chase and assault is 90 minutes of cheap and dirty. Sam, as a stand-in for Uncle Sam, represents all Americans in the world of Cuaron. He makes no more effort to understand legitimate American fears about illegal immigration than does Ramos's newscast."
Needless to say, this film--just like the outrageously anti-white Django Unchained of a few years ago--will not be condemned in any of the controlled media outlets for what it is--pure unbridled anti-white race hate--but is instead likely to be praised as some type of "art" which highlights "white racism."