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April 2, 2006

Invasion Backlash

The heavy-handed shows of force that illegal immigrants and their advocates have indulged in on our streets are having a predictable effect: backlash. By now most of us have had enough Mexican flags flapped in our faces.

In metro Phoenix, students at Apache Junction High School found a Mexican flag flying in place of Old Glory in front of the Navy ROTC building. They yanked it down and burned it.

This is an entirely natural and healthy reaction. When someone illegally comes onto your property and gives you a shove, you had better shove back, or it won't be your property for long.

As Kathleen Parker put it on

There's nothing like the sight of 500,000 protesters on U.S. turf, demanding rights in Spanish while waving Mexican flags, to stir Americans from their siestas.

Bad relations between Hispanics and Caucasians are in the best interest of neither. The same goes for Mexicans and Americans. But if one group tries to impose itself on the other, conflict is inevitable. It's good that we're finding that out now, rather than waiting for a demographic situation that will set us up for a second Civil War.

Immigration from Mexico is great — but it is a matter of national survival that we not let it exceed a rate that can be successfully assimilated.

Hat tips: Wiggins, Byron, William C.

A wonderful flag — when it flies in Mexico.

Posted by Van Helsing at April 2, 2006 11:17 AM


The key words here are "successfully assimilated," which is clearly not occurring here in Southern California.

Feel free to label me a racist if you wish, but if you spent any time in Los Angeles at all, it wouldn't take you long to realize that these people have absolutely no interest in assimilating.

What gives me hope, however, is the news that LEGAL immigrants are beginning to realize that the confrontational tone of their woefully ignorant yet amazingly arrogant illegal counterparts can only result in a backlash. If this is, indeed, the case, than perhaps Jose, Pepe, "Smiley," and "Lil Joker" will have awakened a sleeping giant after all.

Funny thing about Mexican gangbangers and hordes of arrogant day laborers....

They tend to piss everyone off out here, regardless of political ideology.

Posted by: HollywoodNeoCon at April 2, 2006 12:18 PM

From all first hand accounts the mexican border states are in a civil crisis with so many IAs attempting to influence politica and culture, that many mobile American citizens are leaving these states and they have a crisis in tourist dollars staying away.

The problem is gigantic and one of the greatest threats to the sovereignty a contry can ever experience....I blame Klinton's do-nothing decade as mush as Bush...but more so Bush as he is a Texan and KNOWS the threat but did little to protect the southern border or cope with the Millions of IAs....except give them amnesty.

This pisses me no end because as a Canadian( dual citizen) with half ny family in the states....I see Bush making guys like me buy passports or some new biometric abomination to cross the border as I always have to stay in touch with my relatives....yet he turns a blind eye to the millions of illegals coming in through mexico.....I really have to ask if this guy Bush is even a conservative.

Posted by: W. Lyon Mackenzie at April 2, 2006 1:07 PM

Amerika, all you`re gonna do is take it in the pants like you always do. Why? Because there`s nothing you can do.
The buisnessman and the government have been playing this for at least 50 years.
Complaining or voicing your opine aint gonna change anything, and you know it.

Posted by: mike at April 2, 2006 1:25 PM

Van Helsing, this is off topic but check out this link. This guy might be the biggest moonbat of all time

Posted by: TLA at April 2, 2006 3:57 PM

(Link's broken, TLA.)

Posted by: prince of leaves at April 2, 2006 5:53 PM

Hey Mike,

Enough with the tired Ameri"K"a spelling. The businessman and the government have been playing it because it results in a thriving economy. Last time I checked, the US economy was the envy of the world.
Go ahead, kick out all the illegals tomorrow, where does that get us? A recession, thats where!

Posted by: Ken at April 2, 2006 8:13 PM

Ken, I can very well mow lawns, harvast fruits and vegtables, etc. The propaganda lines, "they do jobs americans don't want to do." is getting old. What that really means is the jobs (un)american corporations don't want to pay liveable wages to. Want to prove that point? Ceasar chaves tried to get liveable wages for hispanics in this country and all the corporations did was turn around fire them all and get illegal border hoppers. This has caused a suppression of wages across the board in this country. And contrary to beliefs, H1B visa abuse for cheaper indian and chinese programmers didn't start in the 2000's it started in 1995 according to an article refered to in Chittums book, Civil War II. If I had read that book prior to entering college in 1998 I never would have selected computer programming as a major, since those jobs where again coddified as "jobs american's don't want to do." or that "there was not enough americans to do the jobs." The latter was used by Delmonte and aggrobusiness to import and/or use cheap foriegn labor. These cheap bastards want slaves and high profits no matter the cost. Get real, quit parroting the same line over and over again.

Posted by: Andre at April 3, 2006 2:59 PM,0,3846108.story?page=3

George H. Walker Bush Jr. Traitor.

The video includes images that would probably rile those who today are calling for the most restrictive immigration laws. At one point, Bush is shown waving a Mexican flag. The footage was shot, Sosa said, during a Mexican Independence Day parade in San Antonio in 1998, when Bush was running for reelection as governor.

The five-minute video, narrated by Bush, opens with an image of him fishing on his property near Crawford, Texas, as he essentially described millions of Americans who populate his home state as the true foreigners in someone else's native land.

"About 15 years before the Civil War, much of the American West was northern Mexico," Bush says in the video. "The people who lived there weren't called Latinos or Hispanics. They were Mexican citizens, until all that land became part of the United States.

"After that, many of them were treated as foreigners in their own land," Bush adds.

He says the "Latino spirit" was fueled by "strong conservative values" of family, a strong work ethic, faith in God, patriotism and personal responsibility. "These values are my values," Bush says. "I live by them, and I lead by them."

Posted by: Andre at April 3, 2006 4:52 PM