Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Wetbacks at work
There are, admittedly, arguments that can be offered in Chipotle’s defense: its regionalized procurement of fresh produce; the commitment of franchise founder Steve Ells to sustainable farming techniques and “food with integrity”; and, last but certainly not least, the tastiness of the menu items. Weighed in the scales of race-consciousness, however, it must be said that the company constitutes a force of evil in America. But, while some have suggested boycotting the chain because of its stance toward open carry rights, a much more obvious and certainly less ridiculous reason to steer clear of the casa that Ells built will immediately present itself to the customer. Every time – every time – this writer has patronized a Chipotle Mexican Grill, the staff behind the counter and in the kitchen has consisted predominantly, if not completely, of Spanish-speaking Mestizos of questionable origin.
According to at least one “top insider” quoted by journalist Debbie Schlussel in 2012, the chain “is knowingly, actively recruiting, harboring, and transporting illegal aliens across America” with the complicity of co-CEO Monty Moran. “Yup,” Schlussel writes, “Chipotle is officially America’s largest illegal alien smuggling ring.” Moran has even collaborated with openly Reconquista-minded ethnonationalist group La Raza in lobbying for amnesty for criminal aliens. In 2011, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials exposed the fact that, in some cases, more than half of the employees in Chipotle locations in Minnesota were living in the U.S. illegally. In a token gesture, Chipotle fired a few hundred of the illegal workers, while founder Steve Ells, doing damage control, subsequently gave fluff interviews in which he assured his customers that Chipotle was now abiding by all immigration laws and fastidiously implementing E-Verify. Furthermore, even when ICE seeks largely for public relations purposes to appear to be fulfilling its putative mission, there is little indication that those illegals it catches at Chipotle and elsewhere are actually being repatriated.
Critics of illegal immigration and amnesty rightly point out that those most adversely affected by the deluge of dirt-cheap Third World labor will be those at the bottom of the heap economically – blacks and other unskilled blue collar workers whose jobs will increasingly be taken by Latin “Americans” – but this is only part of the problem. Illegals’ disproportionate dependency on public largesse, which has resulted the ruin of a number of hospitals in the Southwest and will wreak further rot as Dreamers, anchor babies, and their makers utilize subsidized health care, free public education, and whatever else the minions of the managerial state can invent to buy votes and bloat the federal government.
Swelling populations of Spanish-speaking welfare state clients and junk food consumers will require hiring more bilingual employees, with the result that for human resources departments across both the public and private sectors, Spanish proficiency will increasingly be a preference if not an outright requirement. As the preponderance of bilingual applicants for these new positions will be Mestizos, importation of more of their kind amounts to an ethnic power grab that will hurt not simply the poor blacks and whites working menial service industry jobs, but whites in bureaucratic and middle management categories, as well. “Our culture appeals only to high performers,” Ells says of his galleys of illegal navvies. “We want our future leaders to be among the ranks today, so we give bonuses to managers for empowering their people and for identifying members of their crew who have management potential.”
All of this falls in line with what Alex Kurtagic, in his contribution to Radix Journal’s print compilation The Great Erasure, characterizes as an ongoing process of “settler colonization”, an aspect of which is the process of reverse assimilation by which the indigenous nation changes its cultural forms to accommodate its new population of Third World parasites1. In retrospect, there seems to have been a sadistically symbolic signification in Steve Ells’s selection of a location for the first Chipotle Mexican Grill he opened in 1993. In occupying the space of a dead Dolly Madison Ice Cream store in Denver, he managed to trumpet both the destruction of the traditions inherited from America’s founding and the displacement of the European-derived peoples whose lives, ideas, and accomplishments enabled his own success. The average Caucasian may have little to no control over the machinations of the hostile elite running the country to ruin from behind the scenes, but he does still have the option, at least, of taking his burrito dollars elsewhere.
Steve Ells gloats at the site of the first Chipotle in Denver