Friday, September 7, 2007

Imperialism, in their own words

At the risk of this blog becoming a one-trick pony, let me post a link to this excellent piece on the timeline of the Mexican government's intent to erase our borders.

This is for those of you who, like President Bush's current spokesman this week, choose to believe President Felipe Calderon's recent comments were not as odious as many in the U.S. found them.

Contains direct quotes from several Mexican leaders on what they hope to achieve by undermining control of our national boundaries.
"In June 2004, President Vicente Fox took the Zedillo road to the Mexican-American community in Chicago. There, he, too, declared: 'We are Mexicans that live in our territories, and we are Mexicans that live in other territories. In reality, there are 120 million that live together and are working together to construct a nation.'

President Fox was saying that the construction of his nation is taking place — inside our nation. Is that not sedition?"

Yup. Sanctioned openly by the Bush administration.

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