Get the Gringo

This is the name of Mel Gibson’s new movie. Word is he hasn’t been thrown out of Hollywood yet and frankly he hasn’t missed a beat. His last movie was with Jody Foster (she celebrates Hannakuh and Christmas) Oy Vey!

I think we should take a look at the word “Gringo”. Could you imagine a movie called “Get the Kike”? Yes, it is ridiculous isn’t it? It’s because we have been brainwashed.

The word was used in Spain – although the word is nowadays rarely heard there – long before it crossed the Atlantic to denote foreign, non-native speakers of Spanish.[3]

Most scholars agree that gringo is a variant of griego ‘Greek’ (cf. Greek to me);[5][6][7][8][9] but it has also been argued that griego > gringo is phonetically unlikely (it requires two separate steps, griego > grigo, and after, grigo > gringo), and that it may instead come from the language of the Spanish Romani, Caló, as a variant of (pere)gringo ‘wayfarer, stranger’.[6]

Gringo is a nickname applied to Europeans. It is probably derived from Griego (Greek). The Germans say of anything incomprehensible, “That sounds like Spanish,”–and in like manner the Spaniards say of anything they do not understand, “That is Greek.” [13]

Gringos is what, in Malaga, they call foreigners who have any kind of accent that prevents them from speaking easy and natural Castillian; and in Madrid they give the same name in particular to the Irish.[4]

 

Another source says…

WORD HISTORY In Latin America the word gringo is an offensive term for a foreigner, particularly an American or English person. But the word existed in Spanish before this particular sense came into being. In fact, gringo may be an alteration of the word griego, the Spanish development of Latin Graecus, “Greek.” Griego first meant “Greek, Grecian,” as an adjective and “Greek, Greek language,” as a noun. The saying “It’s Greek to me” exists in Spanish, as it does in English, and helps us understand why griego came to mean “unintelligible language” and perhaps, by further extension of this idea, “stranger, that is, one who speaks a foreign language.” The altered form gringo lost touch with Greek but has the senses “unintelligible language,” “foreigner, especially an English person,” and in Latin America, “North American or Britisher.” Its first recorded English use (1849) is in John Woodhouse Audubon’s Western Journal: “We were hooted and shouted at as we passed through, and called ‘Gringoes.'”

Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/gringo#ixzz1kCP7wYjw

Folklore says it was generated when the US invaded mexico, wearing green uniforms, and the people shouted at them “Green Go Home”.

Another..

gringo ~
a gringo is just a north american   or anglo-saxon. it is usually a white person but doesnt have to be. it isnt a   hateful term but it can be used hatefully. it also represents behaviour and   attitudes latinos consider to be “american”.is he latino?
no hes a gringowhy wont you share your smokes, dont be such a gringo~gringo ~American, from the USA. The term   comes from the american intervention in mexico in the late eighteen hundreds.   Term derives from the popular phrase “green go home” yelled to   american troops because of their green uniforms. It does not mean   “white” or “caucasian” it is a derrogatory term depending   on the context.

Gringa: female gringo. In mexico city it is   a dish of shepherd style pork and cheese in aflour tortilla topped with   coriander onion and pineapple.

It would suck to be a gringo,   everyone in the world would hate you.

~

Gringo

Contrary to some things that have   been posted here, the US did not wear green coats, or green uniforms, during   the Mexican American War, so that explanation for the origin of this word is   bogus.

But the term is indeed related to   American soldiers who invaded Mexico during the Mexican-American war. It   actually came from the lines of what was then a song that was very popular   with American infantrymen.

~

A popular American song during   that time–one sung by many American troops as they marched–contained the   repeated refrain:

“Oh, the ash and the oak and   the willow tree,

And green grows the grass on the   infantry”

Being members of the infantry, the   second line was sung with particular fervor. “Green grows” sounded   like “gringoes” to the non-English-speaking Mexicans, so they used   that term to refer to all of the American soldiers.

A tourist in Mexico with the   stereotype of northern European race.

. In Mexico, common nickname to a   person with pale skin, Brown or blond hair and blue/green eyes.

Contemporary U. S. politics have   brought this word to greater relevance, as the anti-gringo feeling has spread   throughout the world.

The word Gringo is an evolution of   griego, which was used to describe any foreigner that had an accent that   prevented them from speaking spanish; particularly the Irish.

Often used by hispanics when   refering to white (esp. American) people

It is generally derogatory, but   can be used in reference context

In other regions, apart from   Mexico itself, it basically refers to any “european looking”   individual.

A non Hispanic person usually   Anglo/white.

wat latinos call white ppls.

Hispanic (Spanish: hispano,   hispánico) is a term that originally denoted a relationship to Hispania,   which is to say the Iberian Peninsula: Portugal, Andorra, Gibraltar and   Spain.

Recently a friend sent me this   info on a Celt named Breogan

Breogán son of Brath (Briganos   Maccos Brattae in Gallaic) was a mythical Celtic king from Galicia. Various   accounts exist of this mythological father of the Galician nation. His sons   were Ith and Bile (Belenus). Bile was the father of Mil Espaine.

Galicia itself is sometimes   described poetically as the “home of Breogán” (or, in Galician, the   fogar de Breogán). The land is so described in the anthem of Galicia,   “Os Pinos”.

According to Gaelic legends   compiled in the eleventh-century Lebor Gabála Érenn (“The Book of the   Taking of Ireland”, also called “The Book of Conquests” or   “The Book of Invasions”), King Breogán constructed in Brigantium (an   ancient Celtic town, whose location is nowadays unknown, but maybe Betanzos   or A Coruña) a massive tower of such great height that his sons Ith and Bile   could see a distant green shore from its top. The glimpse of that distant   green land enticed them to sail north to Ireland. Once there, they were   received by the Tuatha Dé Danann (an ancient tribe who occupied Ireland   before the Celts), who ambushed them and managed to kill one of Breogan’s   sons, Ith. Decades later, Míl Espáine took vengeance upon the Tuatha Dé   Danann and invaded Ireland with the intention of defeating them and settling   in Ireland.

This tale is mostly described in   the last chapter of the Lebor Gabála Érenn in reference to the Milesians or   “Sons of Míl” who, were the last wave of invaders according to   Irish mythology.

A similar story about a monk who   saw a green island from the top of the tower of Brigantia was written in the   ninth or tenth century in Galicia. The manuscript is called Trezenzonii de   Solistitionis Insula Magna (“Trezenzon the Monk and the Big Island”).

A large statue of Breogán has been   erected near the Tower of Hercules.

In Madrid, Spain’s capital, there   is a park called Parque de Breogán, named after Breogán.

Breogan was an Iberian, a   Milesian, the father of one of the main tribes of Ireland. He was a gringo in   the future Spain before the word was slowly changed from Iberia.

The true origins of the name   España and its cognates “Spain” and “Spanish” are   disputed. The ancient Roman name for Iberia, Hispania, may derive from poetic   use of the term Hesperia to refer to Spain, reflecting the Greek perception   of Italy as a “western land” or “land of the setting sun”   (Hesperia, Εσπερία in Greek) and Spain, being still further west, as Hesperia   ultima.[6]

Milesians and Miletus

Miletus (mī lē’ təs) (Ancient   Greek: Μίλητος, Milētos; Latin: Miletus) was an ancient Greek city[1] on the   western coast of Anatolia (in what is now Aydin Province, Turkey), near the   mouth of the Maeander River in ancient Caria. Before the Persian invasion in   the middle of the 6th century BC, Miletus was considered the greatest and wealthiest   of Greek cities.

Without going into great detail   and hard work mapping this all out, I will leave it up to the readers to take   it from here.

In summary-

Miletus was a Greek city in Asia Minor

Milesians came from Miletus

Broegan was a Milesian, an Iberian, a  Galician, looking out to Ireland or Hibernia.

Broegan was a gringo to whom?

As you can see we have a very   distorted knowledge of history. You can ask any intellectual that has the Jew  degree and he will be clueless in this particular area of history. The truth  is words have been changed, historical events have been completely twisted to fit one people’s agenda and one people only and they aren’t the gringo’s   folks! I think you know who I am talking about even without any derogatory  slang.

Now if we could just get a professor (who has tenure) that tells us we are dumb white (hint hint) people to simply follow  his own past and start teaching it we may be able to see where we have been and ultimately where we are going. Certainly someone out there can figure out  where these Greeks came from before they were in Miletus. I think we will undoubtedly  find that all Whites are related and only borders separate us from uniting  and turning this world back where we all know it should be. There are only one people in the way. We can see our history has been trashed only to have us blamed for the present Jewish crime. Don’t ever claim I never tried to at least get the teachers to teach or media to talk so we could get the truth. The truth is these people get paid not to talk. Everything is inside out.

My apologies for the format of  this. I could have made some of these facts more interesting to people to set  them off to search more or to tickle your ear, but that’s not my gig. It has to be in your gut already!

Mel could have changed his upcoming Judas Maccabbee movie to “Get the Gringo” too, but the truth of who or what the Jews are would be left out as usual. All of this is nothing more than Cool Hand Luke saying “I can eat 50 eggs”

 

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10 Responses to Get the Gringo

  1. Madridismus says:

    This is brillant. I always wondered about the etymology of “gringo” and you answered that. Thank you! I’m fascinated about the Story of Celts (Lebor Gabála Érenn) coming from the Greek city Miletus–I wonder how far from Troy? I read Magog was the son of Japhet (son of Noah from the Ark), from whom the Milesian Irish Nation is descended, etc. And concerning the Tower of Babel, I read about biblical accounts concerning Scythian prince Fénius Farsaid, one of seventy-two chieftains who built the Tower of Babel. His grandson Goídel Glas, whose mother is Scota, daughter of a Pharaoh of Egypt, creates the Irish language from the original seventy-two languages that arose at the time of the dispersal of the nations. His descendants, the Gaels, undergo a series of trials and tribulations that are clearly modelled on those with which the Israelites are tried in the Old Testament. They flourish in Egypt at the time of Moses and leave during the Exodus; they wander the world for four hundred and forty years before eventually settling in the Iberian Peninsula. There, Goídel’s descendant Breogán founds a city called Brigantia, and builds a tower from the top of which his son Íth glimpses Ireland. Brigantia can probably be identified with A Coruña, north-west Galicia, known as Brigantium in Roman times; A Roman lighthouse there known as the Tower of Hercules has been claimed to have been built on the site of Breogán’s tower.

    Of course are you explained the Miles Hispaniae goes to the green isle and the Milesians pick EIRE as the name of the land after the woman Ériu, daughter of Tuatha Dé Danann.

    Hence is Hibernia – Eire – born from this, and interestingly enough via the Celt-Iberian conquest.

    You made me want to see Get the Gringo, not sure if it offers and cultural or historical insights? I say the movie THE WAY with Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez is a very nice move that may make you dance the “peregrino” steps to Compostella to see Santiago Apostle of Spain and Ireland. I wish to do that for real someday after seeing that film (it takes about 3 weeks or more esp. if you go by the Codex Calixtinus), and also I want to visit Toledo to see El Greco’s paintings. Interesting how “Gringos” or Greeks and pilgrims had such a positive influence in Spain from the good old days.

    • melgibstein says:

      The Celts believed in only one God -Yesu

      The stories about Eriu are a myth. Ireland, the word came about by what others called it. Sometimes thats the way it goes. If I said Munchen to someone in America they would have no clue I was talking or writing about Munich Germany or Trent, Italy being Tttttttrrrrrento, Italy.

      Ireland was undoubtedly referred to as New Iberia as Scotland of today was called New Scotland. Scotland was Ireland before it was Ireland. Either way it is intertwined with Iberia, the Milesians, the Scythians and the Hebrews (Darial Gorge- gates of the Iberians). Whether some of them be Japethites is unimportant now, as most of Europe, they bred back in with their own kind and the Israelites were scattered among the nations abroad. James chapter one verse one.

  2. Madridismus says:

    This is brillant. I always wondered about the etymology of “gringo” and you answered that. Thank you! I’m fascinated about the Story of Celts (Lebor Gabála Érenn) coming from the Greek city Miletus–I wonder how far from Troy? I read Magog was the son of Japhet (son of Noah from the Ark), from whom the Milesian Irish Nation is descended, etc. And concerning the Tower of Babel, I read about biblical accounts concerning Scythian prince Fénius Farsaid, one of seventy-two chieftains who built the Tower of Babel. His grandson Goídel Glas, whose mother is Scota, daughter of a Pharaoh of Egypt, creates the Irish language from the original seventy-two languages that arose at the time of the dispersal of the nations. His descendants, the Gaels, undergo a series of trials and tribulations that are clearly modelled on those with which the Israelites are tried in the Old Testament. They flourish in Egypt at the time of Moses and leave during the Exodus; they wander the world for four hundred and forty years before eventually settling in the Iberian Peninsula. There, Goídel’s descendant Breogán founds a city called Brigantia, and builds a tower from the top of which his son Íth glimpses Ireland. Brigantia can probably be identified with A Coruña, north-west Galicia, known as Brigantium in Roman times; A Roman lighthouse there known as the Tower of Hercules has been claimed to have been built on the site of Breogán’s tower.

    Of course as you explained the Miles Hispaniae goes to the green isle and the Milesians pick EIRE as the name of the land after the woman Ériu, daughter of Tuatha Dé Danann.

    Hence is Hibernia – Eire – born from this, and interestingly enough via the Celt-Iberian conquest.

    You made me want to see Get the Gringo, not sure if it offers any cultural or historical insights? I say the movie THE WAY with Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez is a very nice move that may make you dance the “peregrino” steps to Compostella to see Santiago Apostle of Spain and Ireland. I wish to do that for real someday after seeing that film (it takes about 3 weeks or more esp. if you go by the Codex Calixtinus), and also I want to visit Toledo to see El Greco’s paintings. Interesting how “Gringos” or Greeks and pilgrims had such a positive influence in Spain from the good old days.

    • melgibstein says:

      Not exactly what I said Madrid. The truth is, the ancient Spanish (Tarshish) were the Irish, Scots and early Brits who were also Hebrews. The evidence of the Gaelic language being the root of Greek and Latin as Hebrew is proves it is Hebrew itself. There were different dispersions into Britain and the main one was the Milesians or Scythians. All the evidence points to these folks being the Israelites themselves. Books are wrong and there is a reason why books are wrong (to keep the truth hidden). You might try reading this book written in the 1800’s on Gaelic. I dont think he is 100% correct on everything, but he shows that Gaelic is Hebrew and the oldest language in the world. Certainly there were people who spoke Hebrew other than these people that call themselves Jews (they are not Judahites however).

      http://archive.org/details/onantiquityofgae00maci

      He doesnt realize that the Phoenecians also inhabited Britain, but they were the same people. When this guy wrote this book he had limited access to books, but he did a hell of a job with so little.

      Hispania was the name the Romans used for Iberia so I find it odd that that Miles would have called himself “soldier of the Roman name for Iberia”. I would think he would call himself “soldier of Iberia”. Ireland was called Hibernia by the Romans, the h was often replaced by the i, later Greek called in Ierne showing that the Ier or Ire in Ireland may have just progressed out of the outside world and incorporated in to appease. Germans spell their city Munchen and we spell in Munich, who is correct? The evidence is that Ireland was New Iberia to the Romans and Greeks and Romans. The word Ibernia is also used for Ireland. Sometimes the b in Iberia is a v or even a w. Iverskaya means Hebrew in Russian and the Iberian Gates in the Caucus mountains means “gates of the Hebrews”. I dont know how the “n” was incorporated into Ierne and Ibernia or Hibernia unless it was to show that it was the land of Iberians. You have to keep in mind that there are always discrepencies in what people call you and what you call yourself. You have to find the root and work it up. Its unbelievable to me that it hasnt been done yet.

      You can see that there are variants of Spain (Ispania, Hispania, Espaine, Iberia etc). You see all the different variants of the same people in different lands. The Greeks first used the word Iberi so the “n” got added somewhere along the way. Hebrides would then be called Iberides- the Celts didnt make words sound similar by accident, they had a very progressed language out of the original Hebrew that simply wasnt used anymore because of others losing their language in Greece and Northern Italy. One thing we know is the Celts didnt speak Spanish, they spoke Gaelic, Spanish came later. So where did the Gaelic language come from? Follow your nose.

      • Madridismus says:

        Yea well the Basques are actually older than the Greeks and they have a pre-European language Euskara, the word is Ezpanna, meaning “the border or land of Yah (God)”. I also read that is also a Hebrew word. I read they come from Noah’s son Jasphet. Spanish comes in the Middle Ages when vulgar Latin was replaced with Romantic tongues. Latin and Spanish were spoken amongst Celts, but their primary language obviously was Gaelic. However, there were Celt-Iberians with their own variation of Celt language in Iberia. But the Celts of Ireland came from and through Spain to get to Ireland, however, their origins go back to Eastern Europe. On the other hand, the Irish’s DNA are closest to the Basque’s DNA. So it is very interesting.

      • melgibstein says:

        No doubt some of the earlier people of Britain may pre date Noah himself. Enoch was a henge builder and that practice was obviously kept in Britain and Ireland. Read LA Wadells book of the Phoenecians. I cant trust DNA because I cant prove it. I believe what I know to be true only. Basques may have been a mixed people of the Celts, but may not be pure Celts. The point I have always meant to make is that the people of Adam were white right through Jesus and onward. They were told to be a separate people and to be fruitful and multiply. How can you be separate and be fruitful with other races? The answer is “you cant” and that is what these Celts did and most likely why you see evidence of them all over the earth looking for places to be separate and then wiped out. Britain was a difficult place to get to without a good fight. The Romans closed of the straits of Gibralter and documented every ship going through it so the Celts made a new passage up the Rhine and 30 day journey through Gaul on foot and horseback. These of course were the later Celts (the p’s and the q’s). Amazing why this was never taught in our Jewish school system. Our own history seems to mean nothing to us. They are too focused on the Jew magic act.

      • Madridismus says:

        Hi, I read the Basque (60-70%) and Irish (50-60%) have the highest O type blood and so when Basques need blood, Irish can help them for medical purposes.

    • melgibstein says:

      http://www.seas.upenn.edu/~sys502/arcview/Projects/Eire/Blood_Group_paper_1.pdf
      With the exception of the high O
      frequency in the West, believed to represent the remnants of Mesolithic
      peoples, the blood groups are very similar to those in the rest
      of Europe, and show no significant differences between the different
      provinces in Ireland.

      The Irish were the original peoples of Iberia as were the Phoenecians and Celts (the same people). Some of those people mixed in with the different outsiders that came in later. I havent checked on the purity of the Basques, but have been told that were a mixed people.

  3. timster says:

    I wondered why they named the movie get the gringo and this article answered my question plus it was easy to figure out when all of the Bad Spanish were firing at Mel Gibson

    • melgibstein says:

      The complexity of this is, timster, is that many of these so called Spanish are marranos or have Jew blood. A Spaniard is like calling someone an Italian today. There are Blacks, Jews, Muslims and probably even Amazonian rain forest Italians today. Gringo’s were whites, but also were the Israelites. They are the same people. Jews however (Judeans) in their natural form, look nothing like whites because they arent.

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