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We have all heard the Aztlan myth and rhetoric surrounding the push by Mexican National groups like "La Raza and MEChA" to  "re-aquire" the states of Texas, California, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, and southern Colorado. They say they are merely wishing to "repatriate stolen lands." ...This is Poppycock!

To quote Pat Buchanan's book State of Emergency:"The MEChA slogan is "Por la Raza todo. Fuera de La Raza nada," which translates, "For the race, everything. Outside of the race, nothing." The MEChA slogan seems a conscious echo of the Fascist slogan of Mussolini: "Everything for the State, nothing outside the state, nothing above the state."

Buchanan clearly states the mind set here, as well as their method, again I quote from his book: "Chicano chauvinists and Mexican agents have made clear their intent to take back through demography and culture what their ancestors lost through war." Truth is, these groups are actually preying on the ignorance of the American people.

The problem arises in the fact that the average American has no real understanding of how America acquired the southwestern state territories in the first place; why is it important to protect and defend them with the same zeal and fervor we would exhibit defending the original 13 foundation states if they were attacked?

The acquisition of these 7 southwestern states is as much a heroic story of the people's struggle and fight with an oppressive tyrannical despot, in this case, Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, as was the case for the Foundering Fathers against King George III.

Folks over the decades have split the Texas War for Independence, the battles of the Alamo, Goliad, San Jacinto,etc. (1835-36) from the Mexican American War (1845-48) as two separate things... they are not.  The cause that Travis and his command died for at the Alamo was a long struggle. The 12 years of war that followed the decisive battle at San Jacinto, (1836) when Texas expelled Santa Anna and set the southern Texas border at the Rio Grande, were only the first battles of this war. The Mexican Government never recognized the Texas Republic or it's border.

Almost 10 years of encroachments, skirmishes, and attempts by Mexico to reconquer the Texas lands they lost finally prompted Texans to join the United States in 1845.  Thus, Texas gained protection along their border with Mexico. When Mexico crossed the Rio Grande in 1845 they were not just attacking Texas, they were attacking the United States as well.  The result of this action ushered in the final battles of the Texas-Mexican War, which we now refer to as the Mexican-American War.

It must be remembered when all was said and done, that the Mexican government was forced to sue for peace in 1847. The US had in 2 short years of war captured all of Mexico north of Mexico City, taking parts of the City itself, preparing to bang on the door of the Presidential Palace! Had the Mexicans not negotiated for peace, the whole of Mexico would now be states within the United States, the people there would all be US Americans and we wouldn't have the problems we see today. 

Here is a brief history of the events leading up to and surrounding the signing of the 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo that saved Mexico for the Mexicans (their elite actually), and helped create our present border chaos... Remember, all the southwestern States that were Mexico and now part of the United States were captured under force of arms, and ceded to the United States by this treaty paid for with compensation in gold. We could have easily captured their whole country if we wished.

(The reprinting of the analysis that follows is for educational purposes and fully
within the terms of the LoC copyright.)

"The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

In November 1835, the northern part of the Mexican state of Coahuila-Tejas declared itself in revolt against Mexico's new centralist government headed by President Antonio López de Santa Anna. By February 1836, Texans declared their territory to be independent and that its border extended to the Rio Grande rather than the Rio Nueces that Mexicans recognized as the dividing line. Although the Texans proclaimed themselves citizens of the Independent Republic of Texas on April 21, 1836 following their victory over the Mexicans at the Battle of San Jacinto, Mexicans continued to consider Tejas a rebellious province that they would reconquer someday.
(The Mexican's illusion of the border still being at the Rio Nueces are the seeds of the perpetual "dispute"...however...)

In December 1845, the U.S. Congress voted to annex the Texas Republic and soon sent troops led by General Zachary Taylor to the Rio Grande (regarded by Mexicans as their territory) to protect its border with Mexico. The inevitable clashes between Mexican troops and U.S. forces provided the rationale for a Congressional declaration of war on May 13, 1846.

Hostilities continued for the next two years as General Taylor led his troops through to Monterrey, and General Stephen Kearny and his men went to New Mexico, Chihuahua, and California. But it was General Winfield Scott and his army that delivered the decisive blows as they marched from Veracruz to Puebla and finally captured Mexico City itself in August 1847.

Mexican officials and Nicholas Trist, President Polk's representative, began discussions for a peace treaty that August. On February 2, 1848 the Treaty was signed in Guadalupe Hidalgo, a city north of the capital where the Mexican government had fled as U.S. troops advanced. Its provisions called for Mexico to cede 55% of its territory (present-day Arizona, California, New Mexico, and parts of Colorado, Nevada and Utah) in exchange for fifteen million dollars in compensation for war-related damage to Mexican property.

Other provisions stipulated the Texas border at the Rio Grande (Article V), protection for the property and civil rights of Mexican nationals living within the new border (Articles VIII and IX), U.S. promise to police its side of the border (Article XI), and compulsory arbitration of future disputes between the two countries (Article XXI). When the U.S. Senate ratified the treaty in March, it deleted Article X guaranteeing the protection of Mexican land grants. Following the Senate's ratification of the treaty, U.S. troops left Mexico City.

The U.S. Senate would not ratify the Hidalgo Treaty however, unless Article X of the treaty was stricken. This Article would have given the Mexican Government defacto legal claim to all of this newly acquired American land... which America would not agree to for obvious reasons. Thus, the Mexican government had to agree with the removal of Article X or they would have lost it all.

We gave them back 45% of the land we took during the war, and paid them $15 million in gold, the equivalent in today's Dollars of over $1.5 billion in war reparations and compensations to boot! Add to this the transfer of $40 Billion in gold and credit guarantees to Goldman Sachs in 1994 by then president Bill Clinton, to fund the "Bailout" of Mexico's Peso on the American people's tab. We owe Mexico nothing.


"Chicano chauvinists and Mexican agents have
made clear their intent to take back through
demography and culture what their ancestors
lost through war."

~P.J. Buchanan

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Re: Is this Aztlan Reconquista myth True, or cover for Demographic Takeover?
« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2010, 04:58:16 am »
The moral... "Don't mess with Texas!" Ya hear that Rick Perry... and that goes for the "all hat and no cattle, east-coast Bush Dandies" and their ilk as well.

This is not exactly a race war, more of a culture war -- the most subtle kind, sanctioned it seems, by leaders on both sides of the false political divide. Karl Rove has addressed La Raza, as have other "high-ups" of the previous administration, as well as the present one.

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is reported to have addressed the 2007 May Day throng of illegals and sympathizers, telling them to be fruitful... it is "our" weapon against the white European invaders who are old now and have had no children... implying that they will defeat America by out breeding us... a clear importation of the "babies as a weapon" third world mind set, La Raza style.


"The enemy has demanded a surrender at discretion,
otherwise, the garrison are to be put to the sword, if
the fort is taken -- I have answered the demand with
a cannon shot, & our flag still waves proudly from the
walls -- I shall never surrender or retreat.

~William Barret Travis,
Lt. Col. Comdt., Alamo-Bejar,
Feby. 24th, 1836

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Re: Is this Aztlan Reconquista myth True, or cover for Demographic Takeover?
« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2010, 06:09:50 am »
As sensitive as this topic is, it's hugely important in relation to the current "immigration reform" movement. Americans really need to know the truth about what is actually taking place in the immigration "war".

And I say "war" because that is exactly what it is, a type of insurgency and invasion all at once. But the fuel behind it is not what the public thinks.

You can fill the bathtub with turning on the faucet full blast and cause the surrounding area of the tub to get wet from the water splashing all over, or, you can do it slowly with just a trickle and in time, the tub gets full, and if not paying attention, will overflow before you realize it.

There is no question that the US is not working in the interests of America, or the border situation wouldn't be a situation. But, we know there are forces at work that don't have US sovereignty at heart, and are working to project an image of immigration issues that need fixing. The goal being to advance the globalist agenda of a one world government as being the ultimate fix to all the world's problems with interacting across borders. Not to mention the problems solved with illegal immigration, drug money laundering, human smuggling and the related crimes, identity theft, etc.

I suspect these immigration issues won't be resolved constitutionally, but with an international resolve that Americans won't like. Look at the situatiuon at present where we have the US federal government won't lock the border down like we know the technology is there to do, and the Mexican government all but openly encourages illegal immigration north, and the "drug lords" have pretty much overrun their government, and we are to believe the US feds are serious about protecting the sovereignty of the US? They won't even follow the Constitution on the militia, all the while claiming a twisted interpretation of the Constitution via their claim to be able to "federalize" the National Guard who they call the milita, and then tell the governor of Arizona how many "militia" members she gets, which is the complete opposite of what the Constitution says. The federal is suppose to ask for personel from the state's governor. The state is not required to help as I understand the Constitution. The primary purpose of the militia is at eh state level, not federal. And part of that is to protect against what? Ffederal tyranny, which we are currently experiencing. But guess what? The citizens no longer have any protection, no longer have their militia as the feds "federalized" them and took them away from the command of the state's. They are now under the command of the federal standing army. For national security purposes no doubt.

At every step the American federal government is ursuping the Constitution with "executive powers". With "signing statements" and an Executive branch that has the attitude of what they like to call "Unitary Executive Theory", they in effect are operating the Republic not as a democracy, which America is not, but as an Executive Branch dictatorship of the internationally-directed sort.

We know immigration could be resolved if both governments weren't fueling it, with the media's help. What many of all sides don't realize is who is actually running these false flags. They think, and many actually believe in their right to the American southwest(though they have no legal or national claim), that they are fighting for their rights, when in actuality they are deceived. Somebody is whispering in their ears, telling them a better life is north of the border, all the while literally stealing their own country right from under their feet, and now mostly Mexicans are abandoning their country left and right because their own government has stripped them of the ability to fight for their own country. So they let it rot on the vine and don't bother fighting for the improvement of their own country. Instead the whisperers encourage the poor Mexicans to flee north for a better life as farm hands for the American corporate mega-farms that are disiese factories. So once they are gone, then what? The remaining rich have what they want to themselves, and the "workers are then "repatriated" back to their home countries once "immigration reform" is "implemented" on the people. Basically, a redistribution of wealth and the digitizing of the world's populations into the NWO's beast system, under the guise of immigration reform, race relations, identity theft protection, and threats of terrorism.

In other words folks, the imigration debate is a false flag on a grand scale, and every countries politicians are selling out their countries to the New World Order, and they are doing it by causing chaos where none exists in order to implement "reforms" that THEY design to suit their means. Each countries sovereignty is at risk.

Groups like La Raza are blatanly racist towards anybody that is not Hispanic or Mexican, or rather that's what they want to project. They have an agenda that is not a secret, and that is the retaking of Aztlan, at least that's the image they want to project, to stir up the natives. Many actually believe in that flase flag social movement, but it's nothing but a government-backed distraction.

Take a look at how cozy La Raza is with the federal government and all the various social programs they have for the Hispanic communitites, particularly here in Arizona, and California and Texas. A big number of the recent foreclosures involved poor Hispanic families that basically got taken by the bankers in the home buyer's desire to be in America. And who is at the heart of helping these families in their communities? La Raza, and a whole host of various government-approved non-profit groups, which by the way are required to tow the US government's line if they want to keep the tax man away. Wink , wink.

The governments created the very problems that exist, and are at the same time offering solutions to those "problems". How can a person not see the problem with that?

It's not that difficult to figure out America. All the evidence is there that proves the fix is in.
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Re: Is this Aztlan Reconquista myth True, or cover for Demographic Takeover?
« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2010, 06:50:46 pm »
On today's show (9/12/10), a caller directed Alex's attention to the need for folks to help one another. He was asking for specific help in funding an operation for his dying brother, who is poor and without insurance.

Alex broke into a long segment dealing with state "Charity Care laws" that are on the books of all 50 states. Exposing how the illegals know about these laws and programs -- how they fill hospitals waiting rooms every day all over the country for free major medical care... He recounted a couple of experiences he had regarding this.

Illegals taught by MEChA and La Raza how to access them are using our indigent programs against us, as disadvantaged Americans suffer and die through ignorance of our beneficial laws. All the while, average American sits around waiting to vote thinking the next political puppet will save us -- or worse, hopelessly lost in the televised ''bread and circuses".

Time for everyone to send a "listen Live" link for the show to everyone in your address book. Those who would judge you as a kook, so be it, you know better.  The ones who are receptive to your advance will be numbers well counted. The population is now about 30% awake with only about 10% active... We must grow in numbers FAST, very fast indeed.


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Has Mexico declared war on America, after a failed Demographic Takeover?
« Reply #4 on: January 27, 2017, 02:50:30 pm »
In the 4th hour of today's show, (01/27/17) David Knight breaks down the entire covert operation declared by the Mexican president against America on Wednesday.

I've bumped this thread back up as some background necessary to support the mountain of new evidence coming out daily as this rapid heating-up of the long covert cold-war-ish occupation and slow take-over of the US by Mexico, speeds up.


"Stated bluntly, the Aztlan Strategy entails the end
of the United States as a sovereign, self-sufficient,
independent republic, the passing away of the
American nation. They are coming to conquer us."

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Yes, it is plain that it's one conquering strategy when Hispanics carry signs that say "Turn America Into Mexico Again."  I say what for?  So we can be a third world country like the one they fled from in the first place?

So, Hispanic, along with a Muslim faction have been turned loose toward the same end in conquering America.  Sorry, but I don't want to use my left hand instead of toilet paper, and eat with my right hand.  Where they come and have businesses, just try the public restroom sometime.  You'll have to tip toe between piles on the floor all around the toilet to get to it.

What other groups?  Seems there's a pink hat bunch, an abortion bunch, a gender-confused bunch, and a free-loader bunch.  These seem to be into child abuse (sexualizing paedophiles) in the schools.   I hear it now when shopping.  Children cry in the stores.  Not a regular child's cry, but more of howl that cannot be fixed.  They cannot articulate what is wrong to their mothers -- instead it is a heart-wrenching cry of confused desperation.

Mental/emotional illness is rampant.  Those responsible for this purposeful condition of our children and citizens should be held accountable.   There is no excuse for ruining peoples lives out of their greed, or any other reason.

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And from another thread comes a bit of topical banter... It seems the Obama administration gave Mexico 2.5 Billion USD for border security... was that security for the US/Mexico border and Mexico's southern border with Guatamala, or was it protection for the "Dreamer" gate-crashers to safely reach our southern border and the American cash-cow... hmm...

So, there is no wall on the Mexican southern border. It's complete disinfo....

I must admit I was caught by that one.

Well there should be Guat-Mex wall if there isn't one, after all, we paid for it.


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Holy cow! It's a lot more than 75 million USD. Looks like we've been paying Mexico for everything except a wall. No wall mentioned. Just what did the US get for all that money spent?

Merida Programs and Activities
The U.S. Congress has appropriated $2.5 billion since the Merida Initiative began in Fiscal Year 2008.
Some of the activities under the partnership include:

--Mexico’s implementation of comprehensive justice sector reforms is supported through training justice sector personnel, including: police, investigators, prosecutors, and defense counsel; correction systems development; judicial exchanges; and support to Mexican law schools –in support of Mexico’s on-going transition to a new accusatory criminal justice system.

--Police capacity building courses for Mexican law enforcement including crime investigation, criminal intelligence, professionalization, tactics and firearms, forensics, strategic analysis, and specialized training for anti-corruption, anti-gang, anti-trafficking in persons, anti-money laundering, and anti-kidnapping units.

--The establishment of anti-corruption programs that include vetting of police personnel, establishment of citizen-observer booths to inform and advise crime victims of their rights, and the creation of trained internal affairs units.

--Ongoing engagement with the Government of Mexico and civil society to promote the rule of law and build strong and resilient communities to increase the knowledge of, and respect for, human rights; to strengthen social networks and community cohesion; to address the needs of vulnerable populations (youth and victims of crime); and to increase community and government cooperation.

--Air mobility of Mexican police forces through the delivery of specialized aircraft and training for pilots and technicians to enable the Government of Mexico to confront criminal organizations that try to leverage difficult terrain.

--Training and equipment to enhance the Mexican government’s ability to detect illicit goods at internal checkpoints and ports of entry.

--Delivery of over 400 canines trained in the detection of narcotics, weapons, explosives, ammunition, currency, and human remains to Mexican federal agencies, including the Federal Police, the Office of the Attorney General, and Customs.

--Establishment of a secure, cross-border telecommunications system between ten U.S. and Mexican border sister cities to provide public security forces on both sides of the border with
the capability to request and exchange information on active criminal investigations.

--Interagency task forces incorporating trained personnel from municipal and state police and state attorney general offices in key Mexican states to better share information, develop actionable intelligence, and foster greater coordination in law enforcement operations.

--Support for efforts by Mexican prisons working to achieve independent accreditation from the American Correctional Association (ACA). To date, 42 Mexican facilities are accredited by ACA.

--The establishment of Drug Treatment Courts across five Mexican states. These highly-specialized courts approach addiction as a public health issue and provide a viable alternative to incarceration for drug abusers.

Answer... A house full of welfare whores... and even more payouts.

I think we have only breached the top of this rabbit hole 'OR'... this was touched on on the show today, so I was going to approach it in a slightly different way on the Show page... however your "Quick Search" here has pulled up all kinds of "payoffs" to the Mexican PTB... all 'SPP, Na-FINA' connected for sure. Just adds more ammo for the Info-Guns and hopefully Trump is aware of this. I'm sure he is... bet this info is his hole-card.


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Here are the links to the two reports linked in the above article as well as a link to The Hill article with Obama's concerns regarding what he calls Trump's "half-Baked" strategy.


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... thanks JT, for highlighting the OBAMA / Merida
multi-billion$ hand-off. And, egypt ... thank you
for the passion in your post ... I feel the anxiety
as well, here in New Mexico (Little Mexico) just
a few miles from the border in a deep blue city.  :P
St. Augustine: “The truth is like a lion; you don't have to defend it.
Let it loose; it will defend itself."