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Sunday, April 09, 2006

"Protests"? No ... INVASION!!!


In Dallas and across the country today are many planned "protests". Here is what they want in case you haven't been following along.

They are not looking for 'equal treatment'. If they wanted that they would stay in Mexico where their constitution gives them preferential treatment.

They are not looking for 'jobs Americans will not do". They only fill 4.1% of those 'jobs' at this point already.

They are not looking to pay taxes, assimilate into the American melting pot, or be your neighbor.

They want to invade and conquer !!! Groups like LULAC, La Raza (TRANSLATE: The Race), and such are playing the race card for all it’s worth because they also believe in “Atzlan”.

What is ‘Atzlan”? That is discussed
here and here, but in short it is the dissection of America.

Now one might ask … do we really need California? With the liberal agenda pushing regurgitations coming from Hollywood, Berkley, San Francisco, etc. you could make a valid argument to let mexico have it back … if they ONLY wanted that, but they want much more.

Let's review one portion of a previous post.




The Adams-Onís Treaty of 1819, a historic agreement between the United States and Spain that settled a border dispute in North America between the two nations.

The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. -

The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo was the peace treaty that ended the Mexican-American War (1846–1848). The treaty provided for the Mexican Cession, in which Mexico ceded 525,000 square miles to the United States in exchange for $20 million (the same as was offered for the territory prior to the war). The United States also agreed to take over $3.25 million in debts Mexico owed to American citizens.

The cession included parts of the modern-day U.S. states of Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, and Wyoming, as well as the whole of California, Nevada, and Utah.

The remaining parts of what are today the states of Arizona and New Mexico were later ceded under the 1853 Gadsden Purchase ($10 million).The cession of this territory from Mexico was a condition for the end of the war.

The treaty also specified the Texas-Mexican border as being at the Rio Grande.




These “protesters” want war, to invade, to conquer America … The sad part is, our elected leaders are helping them do it.



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