Dec 152007
 
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The American Southwest “…seems to be slowly returning to the jurisdiction of Mexico without firing a single shot.” (July 20, 1982, Carlos Loret de Mola, The Great Invasion: Mexico Recovers its own, Excelsior [newspaper], Mexico City)

Granted, most Mexicans are coming to the United States for jobs. A corrupt, incompetent, uncaring government gave them no choice. And with NAFTA putting one to two million Mexican farmers out of work as a result of imported cheap corn from U.S. corporations, the long line heading north for the border got longer.

After decades of failing to control our border with Mexico we now have up to 20 million illegal immigrants in our country. Much of the Southwest U.S. looks and sounds like Mexico, making new immigrants more at home in the company of neighbors who speak Spanish.

But Mexicans have an issue with America and its people to the north. They are taught in school that the Southwest United States, which belonged to Mexico, was stolen from them as a result of their defeat in the Mexican/American War of 1848. A  2002 Zogby poll found that 58% of Mexicans believe that the American Southwest belongs to them and 57% believe that they do not need permission to cross the border into the United States.

In the last two decades “radical” groups such as MEChA (Chicano Student Movement of Aztlan) have galvanized this resentment into a movement dedicated to demographically reconquering  Aztlan (Southwest U.S.) from the gringos (white America). Under the Bush administration massive illegal immigration is used as a source of cheap labor for transnational corporations and the implementation of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP), a corporate-run trading state of North America, which would merge Canada, Mexico and the United States into one entity with  labor mobility throughout the continent.

As a result, Mexicans in the U.S. are confident that their dream is becoming a reality and they loudly proclaim it to America.

See the quotes below from Mexican leaders and others in Mexico and the United States on their goal for the future of America. Read the signs from the illegal alien marches of 2006 and think about the enablers, George Bush, members of Congress and corporate America (led by Wal-Mart), who are promoting massive immigration for their gain.

Felipe Calderon, President of Mexico: “Mexico does not end at its borders…Where there is a Mexican, there is Mexico.” (Photo: Calderon)

Vicente Fox, former President of Mexico: “We are Mexicans that live in our territories and we are Mexicans that live in other territories [America-primarily the Southwestern United States]. In reality, we are 120 million people [100 million in Mexico and the rest in America] that live together and are working to CONSTRUCT A NATION.” (June 16, 2004, Chicago)

Ernesto Zedillo, who was Fox’s predecessor as president: “I have proudly affirmed that the Mexican nation extends beyond the territory enclosed by its borders [again the Southwestern U.S.] and that Mexican “migrants” are an important-a very important -part of it.” [July 27, 1997] 

Jorge Ramos, a Mexican national who has been the anchorman for Univision’s Noticieros news from Miami since 1986, constantly says that the Mexicans are taking over and there is nothing we can do about it.

According to Ramos: “…the United States is undergoing a TRUE DEMOGRAPHIC REVOLUTION. Some like to call it ‘La Reconquista’ The same territories that Mexico lost to the United States in 1848-Arizona, Texas, California…and many others that did not form part of the Mexican Republic-such as Florida and Illinois-are experiencing a genuine CULTURAL INVASION…in many of these places SPANISH PREDOMINATES OVER ENGLISH and they sell more tortillas and hot sauce than bagels and ketchup…”

Assimilating into American culture? Forget it. Ramos said, “The idea of a melting pot is a myth…But the Latinos have achieved the feat of integrating ECONOMICALLY to the United States without losing their culture.” (vdare.com, Oct. 22, 2002, Allan Wall)

Steve Sailer in an article had this quote from Ramos: “But while no fighting is taking place on the military or legal fronts, there is fighting going on culturally. It’s the Reconquest. The Latinos are culturally reconquering lands that once were part of the Spanish empire…” 

Carlos Loret de Mola again speaks about the Mexican invasion: “A peaceful mass of people, hardworking, carries out slowly and patiently AN UNSTOPPABLE INVASION, the MOST IMPORTANT IN HUMAN HISTORY… carried out IN THE FACE OF THE MOST POWERFUL AND BEST-ARMED NATION ON EARTH.

“But neither barbed-wire fences, nor agressive 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.” 

Professor Jose Angel Gutierrez, University of Texas, Arlington, from an interview with the Fort Worth Star Telegram on October 18, 2000:

Gutierrez: “The evidence (of ethnic nationalism) is their display of their Mexicanness…These folks now are engaged in active political activity in the U.S. which is unprecedented. They are truly binational citizens. It’s not uncommon to see undocumented Mexicans protesting in front of INS in downtown Dallas…They have also now gotten dual citizenship.These folks want it all. They want to RECREATE ALL OF MEXICO and JOIN ALL OF MEXICO INTO ONE. And they are going to do that, even if it’s just demographically…They are going to have POLITICAL SOVEREIGNTY OVER THE SOUTHWEST (U.S.) and MANY PARTS OF THE MIDWEST.” 

The professor also made the following comment which shows that living in harmony is not high up on his agenda: “We have got to eliminate the gringo, and what I mean by that is that if the worst comes to the worst, we have got to kill him.”

Mexicans, from the president on down, have expressed their desire to not only reconquer the Southwestern United States but now feel that more is possible. They are spreading across America, from sea to shining sea. Go anywhere in America and , with a few exceptions, you can find illegals, lots of illegals. Georgia, North Carolina and many other locations in the South are being overrun by them, taxing hospitals, social services and the judicial systems.  

And your federal government (George Bush), in alliance with corporate America, is deliberately bringing an end to our sovereign Republic, replacing it with an “economic” union in which citizens of all three nations will eventually be free “to live and work” (provide cheap labor for the corporate state) anywhere on the continent.

But the Mexicans will continue to spread across the continent, demographically taking power at all levels and, as is the case in parts of our nation today,the language spoken will be Spanish. America will be Balkanized. Geographically and politically, our nation will cease to exist long before this century is over. 

From the marches of 2006.