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In the 1820’s Mexico welcomed settlers from the United States with open arms, Texas was wide open and Mexico didn’t have enough people to settle the territory.. The Texans brought with them their love of freedom and independence. When the dictator Santa Anna took power he trashed the Mexican Constitution.. Texans decided that since the government they’d sworn allegiance to no longer existed they wanted their Independence. The rest is history, most people reading this know the short version, “Remember the Alamo”
Today a huge number of Mexicans believe that Texas and the rest of the Southwest still belong to Mexico, Professor Gutierrez is among them..
We’re the only ethnic group in America that has been dismembered. We didn’t migrate here or immigrate here voluntarily. The United States came to us in succeeding waves of invasions. We are a captive people, in a sense, a hostage people. It is our political destiny and our right to self-determination to want to have our homeland [back]. Whether they like it or not is immaterial. If they call us radicals or subversives or separatists, that’s they’re problem. This is our home, and this is our homeland, and we are entitled to it. We are the host. Everyone else is a guest.
Horse Manure– there are at least 11,000, 000 of them that have infiltrated our borders illegally– Remember the Professor works for The University of Texas, he’s paid with tax dollars..
What better way to invade a country than through migration? We currently have between 11 and 20,000,000 Mexicans illegally in the the United States… In 2010 the population of Mexico stood at 112,336,ooo people. In simple terms somewhere between 10% and 20% of Mexico’s entire population has invaded the United States..
In 2006 The Washington Times did a piece titled Mexican aliens seek to retake ‘stolen’ land
DENVER — La reconquista, a radical movement calling for Mexico to “reconquer” America’s Southwest, has stepped out of the shadows at recent immigration-reform protests nationwide as marchers held signs saying, “Uncle Sam Stole Our Land!” and waved Mexico’s flag.
Even as organizers urged marchers to display U.S. flags, the theme of reclaiming “stolen” land remained strong. One popular banner read: “If you think I’m illegal because I’m a Mexican, learn the true history because I’m in my homeland.”
“We need to change direction,” said Jose Lugo, an instructor in Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder at a campus march last week. “And by allowing these 50,000, 50 million [immigrants] to come in here, we can do that.”
The revolutionary tone has surprised even longtime immigration watchers such as Ira Mehlman, the Los Angeles-based spokesman for the Federation for American Immigration Reform.
“I’ve always been skeptical myself about this [reconquista], but what I’ve seen over the last few weeks leads me to believe that there’s more there than I thought,” Mr. Mehlman said.
If you believe Jose Lugo the long term plan is move 50 million illegals into the United States. Prior to the ‘Great Recession there were estimates of over twenty million Mexican illegals in the county..
The Obama Administration is more than happy to help the invaders. he has the Mexican Consulates here in the United States telling people how they can get food stamps and other benefits from the American Taxpayer… Regardless of what the President and Napolitano say, the Border Patrol people have told Congress, no only is the Border not Secure, they are under orders to leave the illegals alone..
Getting back to Senator Lindsay Graham…
Notice how comfortable Napolitano is with Graham? Seems kind of strange, he knows she’s lying about the border, she knows he’s lying about the job situation- They both know damned good and well the the biggest impact the last Immigration Fix Amnesty had was to signal that it was okay for illegals to come here, because sooner or later we’d make them legal..
They both know we’re being invaded, and they’re both willing to help the invasion…
There’s a word for that…….
H/t I’d seen Jose Angelo’s quote before, this morning @andilinks posted the picture with the quote.. it fit into what I’ve been thinking about the Mexican Invasion and how our governments dealing with it..