Kyle speaks with long-time political player Roan Garcia-Quintana. Roan was a Reagan appointee, has worked in various roles at all levels of government, is a former board member of the Council of Conservative Citizens, and is the executive director of Americans Have Had Enough. The discussion with largely center around Roan’s personal history, cultural identity in the United States, and the effects of mass immigration.
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A union of states, power is local,local,local, yes, Roan speaks in a voice of experience as opposed to wishful speaking.
Excellent program and another excellent guest. Thanks Kyle. In my brief search for Roan all I saw was one hit piece after another on Roan by the usual suspects.
The garbage spewed in site after site shows that we have a lot of work to do in this battle to survive. Many of the youth today seem to be convinced that communism is a wonderful form of government.
In my opinion the multicultural communist Jewish left has employed a huge army of unemployed online activists to wage a war of words and attacks on our people.
It is so strange to hear about White Cubans. I’m so used of thinking that Cubans are non-white (probably because of movies), that it actually surprised me (in a good way).
The media goes out of the way to show blacks when they do anything about Cuba. If you look at Castro and those who surround him, you will see only white folks. The official 2002 census found 65% of Cubans were white, mulattos were next and blacks were the minority. An autosomal study in 2014, however, found Cuba’s genetic ancestry is 72% European, 20% African and 8% native American.
If you go to Miami, you will see that most of the Cubans living in exile are white, direct descendants of Spaniards, at a time when Spain had no blacks. My parents were born in 1912 and 1913 (father and mother).