America’s ruling elite, from the left and the right, are united in their task of deconstructing our nation, geographically and politically. They are also in the process of integrating the U.S. into a North American Community (union), consisting of Canada, Mexico and the United States, a continental trading area with governing institutions.
Our government will still exist but continue to lose sovereignty to a growing regional government as we follow the path of the European Union, the model for regional governance. The EU’s laws and regulations passed by the EU Parliament are binding on member nations. In addition, the EU is about to impose a new constitution that will acquire more sovereignty from the members, including from the judicial sector. And all member nations must change their constitutions if they conflict with the EU’s document.
Remember, when you hear those in authority proclaim “God Bless the United States of America”, it means nothing. It’s just something they say to bring a warm feeling to “ordinary folks” while they seek to end everything you believe in, including democracy, since there is no democracy above the nation state.
Massive immigration is an important part of deconstructing our nation, especially when an excessive number of immigrants are from the third world and have no desire to speak English or to become an “American” citizen.
For an immigrant to become an American, he must acquire the “national conciousness of an American.” John Fonte calls it “patriotic assimilation-an identification with Americans as the immigrant’s new countrymen…”
In the first half of the last century, the government, businesses and civic organizations did everything they could to help immigrants become “Americanized”.
But now modern society has made it possible for immigrants to stay in touch with their home country and retain their language and culture, while having no interest in becoming a citizen of their new country. This state of trannsnationalism, having dual loyalties or even no loyalties to a nation, is a growing threat to the survival of a nation.
A glaring example is Mexico, which offers dual citizenship. Mexico has a common border with the United States, making it easy to travel from one country to another, especially since our leaders decided on a policy of open borders. Mexico also has an issue with the United States dating back to the Mexican/American War of 1848 in which the U.S. acquired the southwestern part of our nation from Mexico. The Mexican schools teach students that the Southwest U.S. belongs to them and was stolen by the Gringos.
The Mexican – Mexican/American community is involved in an unofficial project (Reconquista) to take back the Southwest U.S. and beyond. This community includes members of legislatures, professors, media stars, fruit pickers and radical activists groups such as MEchA (Chicano Student Movement of Aztlan, with chapters in high schools and colleges across our nation, including Yale. Their motto is “For the race everything. Outside the race, nothing). Read El Plan de Aztlan and their goal to take back the Southwest (Aztlan). The mayor of Los Angeles, Antonio Villaraigosa, and Cruz Bustamante, former Lt. Governor of California, are former members of MEchA.
The evidence of their intentions is overwhelming. The first significant mention of this movement is from an article ‘The Great Invasion: Mexico Recovers its Own”, on July 20, 1982 in the Excelsior newspaper of Mexico City. In it, Carlos de Mola declared that the American Southwest ‘…seems to be returning to the jurisdiction of Mexico without firing a shot.” See complete article.
Mola described the 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 aggressive border guards, nor campaigns, have stopped this movement of the masses that is unprecedented in any part of the world.”
Jose Angel Gutierrez, professor at the University of Texas, Arlington, said in an interview with the Fort Worth Star Telegram on October 18, 2000:
“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 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.”
Jorge Ramos is a Mexican national who has been the number one news anchorman for Univision’s Noticieros (news) from Miami since 1986. He is an ardent supporter of the Reconquista. 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…”
According to Ramos, you can forget about assimilating into the American culture. “The idea of the 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)
See “Ten Reasons why Mexicans captured America: And why Americans lost”.
But this threat to our nation would never have been possible without the approval of those who rule us:
“Elites in all modern societies, including ours, come to devalue their own nation and culture and thus recoil from the idea that newcomers should even be required to adopt ‘our language, manners and customs’, or ‘be brought into complete harmony with our ideals and aspirations.'” Mark Krikorian. The New Case Against Immigration. (That’s because the elites of the world interact with and have much more in common with those who rule than with the citizens of their own nation. They consider themselves “citizens of the world”. The “ordinary people” are simply there to be ruled.)
And as our rulers go about deconstructing the sovereign nation state, a New World Order of global and regional (North American Community) governance is being built. These trading regions will be integrated by harmonized trade agreements, governing institutions and, as George Bush said in a press release, June 10, 2008, ‘a world based on international law.” (The U.S. and the European Union signed such an agreement on April 30, 2007 at the White House. Members of the U.S. Congress and the EU Parliament have been meeting for ten years to bring about ever closer integration. Mexico and Canada are in the process of similar agreements with the EU.)
That comprehensive immigration amnesty bill that the Mexicans are demanding from Congress, if passed, will be America’s equivalent of crossing the Rubicon. There is no turning back.
Our battered nation can’t take anymore. One hundred million more people over the next 30 years (U.S. Census Bureau), mostly uneducated workers from south of the border plus a high birth rate, will destroy any chance of a recovery for American workers or the continuation of our sovereign republic. Yes. Corporate America is still moving factories overseas.