Mr. Reconquista, Show me yours and I'll show you mine!
San Antonio was host to Lou Dobbs and his townhall meeting on immigration Wednesday. Among the knowledgeable speakers were Robert Rector, Heritage Foundation, Roy Beck with NumbersUSA, Dan Stein, Pres, FAIR, REP. MICHAEL MCCAUL whose subcommitte recently released a must read report, "A line in the Sand".
One particular irony was presented by Prof. George Grayson, College Wm. & Mary,
"Mexico is an extremely wealthy country. It has everything, gold, silver, oil, natural gas. The problem is that the politicians don't pay attention to the poor.
Mexico devotes less than six percent of its budget to education, six percent to healthcare. Their tax collection level as a part of their national product is about the same level as Haiti and the corruption is ubiquitous. There is a saying in Mexico show me a politician who is poor and I will show you a poor politician.
Mexico brings in 40,000 Guatemalan guest workers each year, and when you ask the big coffee growers in Chiapas why they don't hire local people because the unemployment rate is high, they say they won't work hard. They're irresponsible, you can't count on them, the same thing that growers say in this country about Americans."
Dobbs, being the consumate diplomat, invited into the meeting the open border minority (OBM) who were protesting outside the building. One of them comments,
" Yes, sir, there is a problem of racism that comes along with colonialism that continues to permeate this society. The displacement of the original people of this land, that is what the problem is. And until the identity of the machica, which is the Mexicano is entered in as an indigenous person into immigration legislation, there will never be justice because we were displaced of our lands and until our proper identification is returned back us to, our lands will never be returned to us. But at least return us our identity. We are indigenous people to this land."
Really? Well, Mr. Reconquista, show me yours and I'll show you mine.
Mexicans illegally in this country had no ancestors who lived in these United States. I've offered the challenge to hundreds of them. The handful of Mexicans who lived here when the US bought that land from Mexico left no descendants in Mexico, especially the southern area and Central America where most illegals now come from. NO, they became AMERICANS. Their progeny are citizens.
This country is sacred land to we NATIVE born citizens, most of us with long historical ancestry. We don't take lightly being told we don't belong here, but you invaders do.
I have family who pioneered, built and died defending this country, many were indigenous as you claim to be, buried in Massachusetts, New York, Washington DC, Virginia, Ohio, Missouri, Georgia, Arkansas,Tennessee, Oklahoma Indian Territory, Texas, Kansas, Oregon, California, Arizona, New Mexico, South Carolina, North Carolina, Utah. There are a couple buried in Mexico.
Now, show me yours. Where do your ancestors rest?
Know this, we will protect this sacred ground. There are millions more of us than you and you can't have enough anchor babies to change it before my fellow Americans get enough of your "attitude". Go back to the third world you wish to impose on us and take your dream of colonizing my country with you. The sooner the better.
Also this outrage....take note that the countries against the fence are all big illegal alien contributors.
Mexico gets support of 27 nations to attack U.S. plans for border fence in OAS
MEXICO CITY – Mexico, supported by 27 other nations, made a declaration at the Organization of American States on Wednesday, slamming U.S. plans to build hundreds of miles (kilometers) of fence on its southern border.
The declaration, read out at the OAS headquarters in Washington, said the barriers would not solve the immigration problem and urged the U.S. government to rethink its position, according to press releases from the OAS and Mexican foreign ministry.
Mexico has also said it will challenge the fence plans at the United Nations.The 27 nations that supported Mexico in Wednesday's declaration were Antigua, Argentina, Barbados, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, Granada, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, San Kitts and Nevis, San Lucia, San Vicente, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela.