Saturday, February 18, 2006

The Second Mexican War

By Lawrence Auster - February 17, 2006 -
The Mexican invasion of the United States began decades ago as a spontaneous migration of ordinary Mexicans into the U.S. seeking economic opportunities. It has morphed into a campaign to occupy and gain power over our country—a project encouraged, abetted, and organized by the Mexican state and supported by the leading elements of Mexican society. It is, in other words, war.

This article is obvious to anyone who is paying attention to what is happening in America. It is not the first time it has been said, and it needs to be repeated frequently. California has been taken over by Mexicans, and the rights of American citizens are being continuously destroyed. This will not stop while the democratic party promotes illegal immigration as a policy of expandng their voter base. It is the reason that so many illegal aliens VOTE in California elections. They are encouraged to do so by the democratic party.

It is also the reason I have remained ambivalent about George Bush since the day I first voted for him. He is totally blind to the active actions by Mexican politicians to take over America. His amnesty program feeds the goals of the reconquista movement. This reconquista movement is not a figment of imagination. The following quote from the article talks about actions by Mexican officials to claim sovereignity over Mexicans in America.
One such claim is to deny the authority of American law over them. Thus President Zedillo in 1997 denounced attempts by the United States to enforce its immigration laws, insisting that “we will not tolerate foreign forces dictating laws to Mexicans.” The “Mexicans” to whom he was referring were, of course, residents and citizens of the U.S., living under U.S. law. By saying that U.S. law does not apply to them, Zedillo was denying America’s sovereign power over its own territory. He was saying something that the Mexican elite as a whole believe: that wherever Mexicans live (particularly the U.S. Southwest, which many Mexicans see as rightfully theirs) the Mexican nation has legitimate national interests.

America needs to wake up to this reconquista movement. African-Americans especially need to wake up. They are actively supporting a party that is giving their jobs, their language and their nation away.


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