“Mexico does not end at its borders…Where there is a Mexican, there is Mexico.”
Felipe Calderon, President of Mexico, spoke these words at his state-of-the-nation address recently. He is not the first Mexican president to make this claim (Ernesto Zedillo, July 27, 1997 and Vicente Fox, June 16, 2004). And it means more than just saying that Mexico has the right to protect it’s citizens, wherever they may be. Calderon knows what the future holds for Mexico and he is an integral part of it. 
At the Security and Prosperity Partnership summit in Montebello, Canada, August 21, 2007, Calderon said: “We should have our people reassess-what it represents to the common citizen, the region (of North America);…what it represents to our workers to have available work, thanks to the FACT that NORTH AMERICA can be a FULLY INTEGRATED REGION.” 
More revealing quotes from Calderon: “Immigration is not solved by a wall. We’ll jump over it anyway.”
“In the coming two decades, I envision the whole North American region as a single region (union) with a ‘free market,’ not just in goods, services and investments, but a FREE LABOR MARKET like the European Union.” That would mean open borders so that citizens of North America could be free to “live and work” anywhere in the region. 
Calderon fully supports this union of North America. He wants a comprehensive immigration bill passed by the U.S. Congress, which will provide amnesty for up to 20 million illegal aliens. It could also provide a “common security perimeter” around North America. The Bush administration has included this wording in each immigration bill over the last two years but they were all defeated.
Once this wording is passed and signed by Bush, the project becomes legal for the United States’ part of the perimeter. And when it’s all finished, the interior borders of North America can be opened up to the free flow of commerce and people (cheap labor). This would include long lines of Mexican trucks driven by Mexican truck drivers across America without stopping at the border.
Calderon and every Mexican understands where history is flowing. America is being Latinized. In the Southwest United States, the demographic takeover is well underway; linguistically, culturally, and politically.
George Bush also understands this and welcomes the change. Speaking before the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in Albuquerque, New Mexico on August 15, 2001: “Oh. I know there’s some voices out there who want to wall us off from Mexico.” Instead of securing our borders as required by the U.S Constitution, Bush stated “…it’s so important for us to tear down barriers and walls that might separate Mexico from the United States.” 
George Bush, in a speech to Hispanics in Miami, Florida, August 25, 2007:
“We’re now one of the largest Spanish-speaking nations in the world. We’re a major source of Latin music, journalism, and culture. Just go to Miami, or San Antonio, Los Angeles, Chicago, or West New York, New Jersey…and close your eyes and listen. You could just as easily be in Santo Domingo or Santiago or San Miguel de Allende. For years, our nation has debated this change-some have praised it and others have resented it. By nominating me, my party has made a choice to welcome the new (LATIN) America.”
If a new immigration bill before Congress passes with authorization for this security perimeter, the “Mexican” Union of North America would become a reality. Bush would make certain that this “virtual fence” would be completed around the entire perimeter as quickly as possible. And you can kiss America goodby. And start learning Spanish.
- http://www.raykania.com Reconquista: the Invasion of America, March 8, 2006
- http://www.raykania.com Bush: One Last Chance for North American Integration? August 23, 2007
- This blog, Mexican President Envisions North American Union, February 8, 2007
- ibid, #3
- This blog, Why the Borders are not Secured, July 7, 2007