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Are we ready to give back the south west to Mexico?

Are we ready to give back the south west to Mexico? Topic: The sis group
June 16, 2019 / By Hayden
Question: Immigrant-rights protesters in Denver on Saturday blocked city streets while chanting “Si se puede!” (Yes we can!) and waving Mexican flags. Behind these seemingly spontaneous protest marches against Arizona’s tough immigration law are well-organized groups, some that have an agenda of reclaiming America for their race. The un-American or anti-American façade of the protests is bad enough, but the reality of the “immigrant rights” movement is even worse. Here is a rundown of the groups behind the protests: MEChA: MEChA, an acronym for Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán, organized protests against the Arizona law on college campus across the country, most noticeably at elite institutions such as Cornell, Yale, and Stanford. MEChA describes itself as “part of our Raza’s future,” “raza” being the Spanish word for “race.” They argue that they are “Indigenous people to this land by placing our movement in Aztlan.” Aztlan is a legendary homeland for pre-Columbian Mexican cultures but has also become the touchstone for radical organizations which claim that most of Southwestern United States is Mexican territory occupied by Americans. MEChA fits that mold with their call to “undertake a struggle for liberation.” National Council of La Raza: Another major force in “immigrant rights” is National Council of La Raza, the perhaps the best-known Hispanic interest group and an organization whose racism is built right into their name. On La Raza’s web site they describe some principles governing their approach to “comprehensive immigration reform” (a synonym for amnesty in today’s political discussions), including “getting the 12 million undocumented people in our country to come forward, obtain legal status, learn English, and assume the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.” To be fair, La Raza claims to support “smart enforcement policies that uphold national security and the Constitution,” but the real effort here is clear: to create millions of new voters, voters who are likely to earn lower-than-average wages and likely to support the Democratic Party. http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=36815 So libs, are you ready to live under the Mexican flag. I sure as hell am not.
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Elifelet Elifelet | 6 days ago
AMEN! I think they should start giving out rewards for citizens reporting illegal immigrants, and bonuses for the cops that discover them! Hallelujia!
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Elifelet Originally Answered: Are we ready to give back the south west to Mexico?
AMEN! I think they should start giving out rewards for citizens reporting illegal immigrants, and bonuses for the cops that discover them! Hallelujia!

Charles Charles
raza” being the Spanish word for “race.” They argue that they are “Indigenous people to this land by placing our movement in Aztlan.” Aztlan is a legendary homeland for pre-Columbian Mexican cultures but has also become the touchstone for radical organizations which claim that most of Southwestern United States is Mexican territory occupied by Americans You know, if you change "pre Columbian Mexican cultures" to Aryan, it has a very familiar ring to it, doesn't it?
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Alton Alton
I'm liberal and the only flag i will live under is the American one. And no they will not have the southwest back. The Americans won it and the Mexicans were generously compensated.
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Thea Thea
"So libs, are you ready to live under the Mexican flag. I sure as hell am not." Incredibly stupid assertion.
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