Sunday, April 10, 2005

Ongoing Invasion

The Mexican government is officially facilitating invasion of our country by illegal aliens.

Some like to argue that these illegals are necessary to do the low-wage jobs no one else will do. It's funny to me to hear leftists who usually scream for increases in the minimum wage, suddenly support artifically depressing wages -- and exploiting 3rd World workers! -- to defend an open-borders policy. That this is also supported by the cheap-labor-business-wing of the Republicans doesn't help either.
Moreno, an agent with Grupo Beta, Mexico's government agency charged with protecting the human rights of migrants, listens to country music as he drives his orange pickup truck through the wilderness just south of Arizona.
Oh, that's rich! First, calling them "migrants", when they are illegal aliens.

Next, ponder that there is an officialy Mexican government agency designed to help them invade us! Oh, sorry, I mean, "protect their rights" to invade us.
He's looking for signs of migrants and keeping an eye on members of the Minuteman Project, a monthlong U.S. civilian effort to watch the border and report crossers to Border Patrol.
When our government fails in its duties to secure the borders, the citizen militia steps in. Kudos to them for bringing attention to this travesty!
"The migrants only want to work," he said. Unlike many of the minutemen, yards away on the other side of a barbed wire fence marking the border, the Grupo Beta agents aren't armed.
Oh, he can guarantee that every single one of them only wants to "work", and isn't maybe a jihadist? Or isn't maybe just also a common criminal? Some innocent Americans would be alive today if some of these murderous "migrants" hadn't been allowed to illegally enter the country.

And what's with the dig about not being armed, unlike the scary Minutemen? Well duh, nobody's invading YOUR side of the border, Moreno, so why would you be armed? But the criminals are coming in our direction.

It's also infuriating, how the Mexican government has forcefully complained about this Minuteman effort; they must be really scared it might work. The nerve, to demand the "right" to invade us! And to set out internal policies!

As if our very own law-abiding citizens had LESS of a right to go to OUR side of the border, than THEIR citizens have a "right" to illegally cross over!!!

Just whose country is this, anyway?

As for claims of "vigilantism", all this group officially intends to do is observe and report, and is not trying to "enforce" anything. That this is controversial is ludicrous and insulting.

The Boston Globe tells us
The Minutemen's loud denunciation of US border security, and their criticism of undocumented immigrants, have raised concerns that migrants might encounter violence.

''Maybe these people will kill the illegals," said Agua Prieta police officer Agustina Zapata, referring to the estimated 1,000 protesters who are expected to flock to Arizona to bolster border surveillance. ''This is not right. We have no idea how they will act. There could be a confrontation."
Well then, don't cross the border!

It's not like we're not letting in legal immigrants, you know!

At best, Mexico's policy is shortsighted, in avoiding real reform by exporting their poverty to the U.S.

At worst, it's a calculated policy of Reconquista, to essentially annex the Southwest by de-facto demographic and policy realities.

That's no joke; there's a whole organization devoted to re-establishing what they call the Nation of Aztlan, where part of our country already happens to be. A critic, quoted at their own site, explains:
Chicano organizations are as diverse as any other group, and their ideology is not monolithic. However, the prevailing vision of their projected homeland, Aztlan, is one from which non-Chicanos would be forcibly expelled. No real effort has been made to hide this fact.

Olin Tezcatlipoca is quite open about this program of ethnic cleansing. He was born as Leo Guerra, but changed his name to that of one of the most revered of the Mexican deities. Tezcatlipoca leads the "Chicano Mexicano Mexica Empowerment Committee" and longs for the day when an insurgent army will arise and reclaim the southwestern states for his people. After killing or deporting European-Americans, the plan is to rebuild the Aztec empire.

Amazingly, this group enjoys tax exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service.

If the intention to conquer the border states was limited to Mr. Tezcatlipoca, it could be dismissed. Every ethnic group has its radicals, and we're not suggesting that your Mexican landscaper is a knowing part of some vast conspiracy. But the Aztlan concept is, nevertheless, very widespread. It forms the heart of a powerful movement, and is an integral part of the largest, most vocal Chicano student organization on today's college campuses. It is also encouraged, somewhat covertly, by the Mexican government.
They have a "minister of information" for their "provisional government", which considers California and the Southwest to be "occupied" territory from which they will expel us.

This group also happens to be stridently anti-Israel, and thus pro-terror.
Greetings from the Revolutionary Council and Provisional Government of Aztlan! La Voz de Aztlan has provided this column for the dissemination of important information concerning our struggle for self-determination.

La Raza's struggle for the land and for political and economic self-determination is not different from the struggle of the Palestinian people in Zionist Israel. We live in Aztlan under Anglo domination as the Palestinians live under Jewish domination. La Raza as well as the Palestinians lost the land through military aggression and both people now live in segregated regions within the larger nation...So who should we side with in the present struggle in the Middle East? Will it be with the Jewish Zionists or with Islam?
What these racists think of this country is summed up in this illustration that they apparently find amusing.

It depicts an American flag, dripping with blood, the pole made of little skulls, with a single Star of David on it, and designed by the apparent Jewess, "Betsy Rosstein."

Ha ha.

The guy Schwarzenegger was running against for California governor in place of Gray Davis (Bustamente as I recall), was a Hispanic and refused to denounce groups associated with the racist, subversive, and seditious Aztlan cause. According to Michelle Malkin,
As a student at Fresno State University in the 1970s, Bustamante was an active member of the Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan, or MEChA, which stands for the Chicano Student Movement of Aztlan. Bustamante repeatedly denies having a "radical ethnic agenda," but has refused to disassociate himself from his Mechista roots. In fact, Bustamante recently returned to Fresno State for a separate Latino commencement ceremony founded by two of his Chicano activist classmates.

MEChA has been dismissed by some as a harmless social club, but it operates an identity politics indoctrination machine on publicly subsidized college and high school campuses nationwide that would make David Duke and the KKK turn green with envy. MEChA members in the University of California system have rioted in Los Angeles, editorialized that federal immigration "pigs should be killed, every single one" in San Diego, and are suspected of breaking into a conservative student publication's offices and stealing its entire print run in Berkeley.

MEChA's symbol is an eagle clutching a dynamite stick and machete-like weapon in its claws; its motto is " Por La Raza todo. Fuera de La Raza nada (For the Race, everything. For those outside the Race, nothing)." The MEChA Constitution calls on members to "promote Chicanismo within the community, politicizing our Raza (race) with an emphasis on indigenous consciousness to continue the struggle for the self-determination of the Chicano people for the purpose of liberating Aztlan." "Aztlan" is the group's term for the vast southwestern U.S. expanse, from parts of Washington and Oregon down to California and Arizona and over to Texas, which MEChA claims to be a mythical homeland and seeks to reconquer for Mexico ( reconquista ).

MEChA's liberation agenda, outlined in El Plan de Aztlan, states defiantly:

"We do not recognize capricious frontiers on the bronze continent. Brotherhood unites us, and love for our brothers makes us a people whose time has come and who struggles against the foreigner 'gabacho' who exploits our riches and destroys our culture. With our heart in our hands and our hands in the soil, we declare the independence of our mestizo nation. We are a bronze people with a bronze culture."
Don't think it's a mere fringe!


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