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Thursday, March 30, 2006

Mexican Flag Flies In USA

In two stories today the Mexican flag is flying in the US. Of course, this is Drudge report stuff.
Yet the thought just doesn't sit right with me. Yes, I know that Swedish and Norwegian flags fly all over Minnesota but I just don't like the trend of illegals coming the US and exulting their nation. Come legally and put up your flag. But when you come illegally you should lay a little low.

Maybe it is because of the border battles that have gone on with Mexico over the centuries. I think that some of them actually believe that the Southwestern US actually belongs to Mexico.
That they have a right to the land. A land developed by non-Mexicans.

Actually, the Mexicans are needed here in the USA. We have killed our next generation through abortion and do not have enough worker bees to care for the nation and the elderly anymore. For a season, the immigration department allowed almost unlimited immigration from Islamic countries. That is now coming to an end. But we still need workers.

I actually think that the border is so wide open that it must be on purpose. It is a way of solving the Social Security crisis, the cheap labor crisis, and repopulating our inner cities.
But to fly the Mexican flag at US schools is a little too much.

Read about it here. And here.


Anonymous Henry Jennings said...

As much as I agree that we have lost many, far too many, children to abortion -- the idea that because of that, we need illegal immigrants to do work is mixing apples and oranges.

We need immigrant labor because we're not allowing legal market forces to dictate wages at a level that will attract our current citizens to work. There's no shortage of people in this country - but by allowing millions of illegals to enter, and work for illegally low wages, we're really hurting ourselves.

But come on, that wouldn't be any different if Roe hadn't been decided -- we'd just have more unemployed or underemployed, and the illegales would have still come to work for 1.95 an hour picking strawberries.

6:42 PM, March 30, 2006  
Blogger Aaron said...

Bruce, there's no question about it. A sizeable portion of the Mexican population seriously plans to colonized and reclaim the American Southwest. It’s a sociopolitical doctrine known as Aztlán in Mexican political science circles. Remember, these people are only partially Hispanic in their blood lineage. They are also the bloodline descendents of the Aztec and Maya civilizations. As far as they’re concerned, we ‘gringos’ are the foreigners, the invaders, the colonizers, and they are the indigenous natives and rightful inheritors of the land.

Aztlán is the name of a mythical homeland and place of origin for the Aztecs. It means ‘the place of the heron’ or connotatively ‘the place of whiteness’ and is thought to have been an island. (It almost has a Nazi-Aryan quality to it with Helena Patrovna Blavodsky’s mythologies of the ancient Hyperborean, Lemurian, Atlantian, and Aryan super-races—the ubermenscht.) It’s a symbol of pride and heritage. So, anyway, Aztlán has been adopted as the name of the unofficial province of Mexico that would have been, had the United States not acquired it in the Mexican-American War of 1846-1848 (i.e. California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, and Texas).

The Nation of Aztlán is just as militant as any other fascist-supremacist group that you can think of from the nationalsozialists (Nazis) to the United Slaves of Dr. Ron “Maulana” Karenga and his radical Marxist Kwaanza doctrine (as lampooned by Ann Coulter) and their more pacified brethren the Black Panthers. And the disciples of Aztlán are getting more militant every day. It may only be a matter of time before the American Southwest becomes the United States’ own the little backyard Palestinian Territory. Arab terrorists won’t be the only terrorist threat that we face in the years to come. What Russia deals with from Chechnya and what Israel deals with from Gaza and the West Bank might end up being what we deal with here. Let’s not forget José Padilla and his little ‘dirty bomb’ scheme.

6:55 PM, March 30, 2006  
Anonymous Henry Jennings said...

Stronger over time? You mean over the 35 or so years since some Chicanos first started talking about Aztlan?

It's not a conspiracy. It's an incredibly strong economic migration.

7:46 PM, March 30, 2006  
Blogger Aaron said...

Oh, no doubt that it is an economic migration (among other things). But on those grounds alone, it is indeed a migration rather than emigration and immigration. Migration (moving a whole cultural segment) has always meant the subversion, displacement, or in some other way alteration of the area and culture where said group will settle. I'm not talking about a conspiracy. Conspiracies are done by the few and the clandestine in secret. This is wide-open and in our faces, and has been publically announced to us.

8:39 AM, March 31, 2006  
Blogger Katie's Dad said...

Actually, the Mexicans are needed here in the USA.

It saddens me to see good conservatives like yourself buy into this line. I do agree that abortion has hurt us in many ways, including our ability to do things the way we are used to doing them. But counting on low-skilled immigrants (legal or illegal) to "save us" from Social Security insolvency is a pipe dream. Each of them creates an economical net loss, not a net gain. That cost has been estimated at $55,000 each over a lifetime. If these folks were a net economic gain anywhere, is it reasonable that kleptocrats like Vicente Fox would want to be rid of them?

What you're also asking for when you buy in to the line that we need them, is adding millions of other elderly and other social-program-dependents who will compete for a shrinking pool of retirement dollars in the future.

In addition, the "we need them" meme is setting it up so that the decisions about who gets help from the government in the future will be those elected by folks who might not want to provide for people of European descent. Given the reality of how the nations from which our more recent imports have governed themselves over time, I think it prudent for folks like me to have grave concern about being an elderly, out-of-favor minority member. Should I actually need the government's help, and I pray that I never do, I think that our current practices are going to offer far less than optimal "golden years" for those of us currently in our 40s.

As a final note, Mexicans,and other under-educated immigrant diasporas, serve to inhibit the sorts of innovations we're all going to need as our population lives longer. Why can there not be mechanical replacements for hordes of stoop laborers that require only a few more highly-skilled technicians? We've got little robots running around on Mars, but we "need" low-skilled, low-wage imported cultures?

For what?

1:14 PM, April 09, 2006  

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