What are the desires of Mexico? Lawrence Auster, in his “The SecondMexican War” February 17, 2006, wrote, “In orchestrating this war onAmerica, the Mexican state represents the desires of the Mexican peopleas a whole:
1. Political revanchism—to regain control of theterritories lost to the U.S. in 1848, thus avenging themselves for thehumiliation they feel they suffered at our hands for the last centuryand a half; In effect, Mexico is colonizing the United States.
2.Cultural imperialism—to expand the Mexican culture and Spanish languageinto North America. They destroy English as America’s language.
3.Economic parasitism—to maintain and increase the flow of $20 billiondollars that Mexicans in the U.S. send back to their relatives at homeevery year, a major factor keeping the chronically troubled Mexicaneconomy afloat and the corrupt Mexican system cocooned its status quo.”They use us against ourselves to benefit themselves.
Americans watch a peaceful invasion and the most profoundcolonization in modern history. Carlos de Mola for Mexico’s ExcelsiorNewspaper said, “You cannot give me a similar example of such a largemigratory wave of an ant-like multitude, stubborn, unarmed and carriedon in the face of the most powerful and best-armed nation on earth…itis slowly returning the southwestern U.S. to the jurisdiction of Mexicowithout firing a single shot nor requiring the least diplomatic action,by means of a steady, spontaneous and uninterrupted occupation.”
Whatyou’re watching—and most Americans only keep watching without awhimper—the takeover of America by a foreign country by colonization.
Oneof Calderon’s cabinet officers, Juan Hernandez said, “The Mexicanpopulation is 100 million and 23 million who live in the United States.”