A recent Zogby survey of Mexicans shows that the overwhelming majority feel that the primary loyalty of Mexican-Americans should be to Mexico and not to the United States. That strong feeling obviously runs through the Mexican immigrant community in the United States. They have made their intentions absolutely clear over the past two decades. Essentially, these new citizens are using their citizenship as a means to regain (reconquista) control of land lost to America in Mexico’s humiliating defeat as a result of the Mexican-American War of 1848.
They are here to take away our country with the assistance of our elected leaders, both Democrat and Republican. But the facts are that George Bush, with help from John McCain, is the one who allowed this invasion to reach the point of no return, that is, a point in which a non-violent solution is no longer possible. He kept the border wide open during his term and pushed for the passage of an amnesty bill. Now the Democrats stand ready to make it official. Read on and see what happens if an amnesty bill is passed and signed by President Obama.
The most important result of the survey confirms my view that Mexicans and Mexican-Americans, who may also hold dual citizenship with Mexico (all Mexican immigrants are eligible), overwhelmingly put Mexican loyalty over that of their new country.
Some results from the Zogby Survey of Mexicans:
- An overwhelming majority (69 percent) thought that the primary loyalty of Mexican-Americans (Mexico- and U.S.- born) should be to Mexico. Just 20 percent said it should be to the United States. The rest were unsure.
- Also, 69 percent of people in Mexico felt that the Mexican government should represent the interests of Mexican-Americans (Mexico- and U.S.- born) in the United States.
- Of Mexicans with a member of their immediate household in the United States, 65 percent said a legalization program would make people they know more likely to go to America illegally.
- Interest in going to the United States remains strong even in the current recession, with 36 percent of Mexicans (39 million people) saying they would move to the United States if they could. This is consistent with a recent Pew Research Center poll which found that about one-third of Mexicans would go to the United States if they could.
The implications for America would be disastrous. We would not recover. The goal of Mexican demographic dominance is capturing political office. These tens of millions of illegals, and their high birth rate, will be spreading across our nation, draining government resources at all levels, destroying our already broken economy. Then it gets worse.
The list of prominent Mexicans and Americans of Mexican ancestry calling for the reconquista is long and they are not afraid to make their desires and threats public.
Former President of Mexico, Ernesto Zedillo, stated on July 27, 1997:
“I have proudly affirmed that the Mexican nation extends beyond the territory enclosed by its borders and that Mexican migrants are an important- a very important-part of it.”
Jose Pescador Osuna, then-Consul General of Mexico, in California, 1998:
“We are practicing La Reconquista in California.”
Former President of Mexico, Vicente Fox, in Chicago:
“We are Mexicans that live in our territories and we are Mexicans that live in other territories. In reality, we are 120 million people that live together and are working together to construct a nation.”
Henry Cisneros, former U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary, at a Hispanic conference at UC Riverside, 1995:
“As goes the Latino population will go the state of California, and as goes the state of California will go the United States of America. My friends, the stakes are big. This is a fight worth making.”
Jose Angel Gutierrez, professor at the University of Texas, Arlington:
“They say we’re ‘Latinizing’ Los Angeles! Don’t you love it? We are fighting to build a new Mestizo nation.” “We are here again, we are millions and millions, and the aging white Americans are not making babies, we’ve got to get ready to govern!”
To see how Mexicans feel about the United States, Americans and our future, see videos of The Battle for Baldwin Park, California. This showdown between reconquistas and Americans took place in 2005 over a monument in a public park that predicts the takeover of our nation by Mexicans. Note: This anti-American fervor is common in the Mexican community. It will only rise the nearer they get to the promised land.
Mexican leaders have aided illegals heading for our border with guidebooks to help them arrive safely in the United States. For more. Mexico also offers dual citizenship for any Mexican who becomes a U.S. citizen. This allows them to vote in Mexican elections and to run for office in Mexico while having the status of a citizen of the U.S. It means that they can remain loyal to their nation of birth and live, vote and hold office in America as well, while influencing and even making U.S. policy as an elected member of our government.
Mexican hatred of white Americans is deep. Read the following hate letter by a supporter of the reconquista. I published it in 2007 as is, no editing. You will find the same sentiments voiced throughout the immigrant community in confrontations with Americans who oppose the takeover of America.
Professor Jose Angel Gutierrez sees a Mexican victory over the Gringos. His prediction:
“These folks want it all. They want to create 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.”
This is a winner take all struggle. The Mexicans believe that this is their “manifest destiny.” The question I have is why would an American citizen vote for anyone in the White House or Congress- Democrat, Republican or Independent. Not one has stood up and shouted “enough.” It’s easy to destroy a nation when there is no opposition.
“A nation can survive its fools and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself…He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear…” Cicero
The Death of America will come from within.