May 052007
 
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Mexico’s invasion of America was declared by a journalist years after illegal workers began moving in large numbers across the United States border. On July 20, 1982, Carlos Loret de Mola published his article in Excelsior, a Mexico City newspaper. He called it “The Great Invasion: Mexico Recovers Its Own.” Later the name Reconquista was attached and it caught on with the people heading north. Check out the banners in some of the illegal alien demonstrations and you will see ‘Reconquista’ and ‘This Continent is Ours, Not Yours’ displayed. The following excerpts describe the mindset of the millions of illegals who have entered the United States over the past two decades:

“Los Angeles, California. This is the second largest Mexican city in the world for the number of compatriots there, and it must have as many Spanish-speakers as Madrid. The Anglo-Saxons are still the most numerous (not any more) and there are a lot of Negroes (diminished now by Latino ethnic cleansing), but the numerical advance of Mexicans is astonishing…On the streets one has the impression of a great Mexican city…When did the Mexicanization of Los Angeles begin?’

“A peaceful mass of people, hardworking, carries out slowly and patiently an unstoppable invasion, the most important in human history. You cannot give me a similar example of such a large migratory wave by an ant-like multitude, stubborn, unarmed, and carried on in the face of the most powerful and best-armed nation on earth.

“But neither barbed-wire fences, nor aggressive border guards, nor campaigns, nor laws, nor police raids against the undocumented, have stopped this movement of the masses that is unprecedented in any part of the world.

“They have marked social and family characteristics, agility for adapting to the environment and for conquering a great region (American Southwest), once primitive and virgin, that belonged to our fatherland, and we lost it. But it seems to be slowly returning to the jurisdiction of Mexico without the firing of a single shot, nor requiring the least diplomatic action, by means of a steady, spontaneous, and uninterrupted occupation.

America’s “…industrial power and way of living absorbs immigrants and readily converts them to nationals. But the Mexicans in the southern part of this nation continue to be Mexicans and even to impress their personality on their surroundings, in limited proportions and yet ever growing.

“California society does not dare suppress them. The efforts of misguided authorities to expel them always end in failure. They (the Chicanos) are a social and physical reality that cannot be uprooted.

“The U.S. upper classes in the western states live in increasing splendor. Their apogee of luxury and comfort doubtlessly marks the inevitable beginning of their decadence. The Mexican invasion continues.

“And those humble Mexicans-the braceros, the “wetbacks,” the undocumented, teach us with their example of tough, iron-like character and their spirit of great adventure how to overcome a hostile environment. Let us imitate them from within the Mexico that belongs to us.”

How can anyone support a “comprehensive” immigration bill (amnesty) when you know it’s really America’s death warrant.