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Posted: 5/30/2002 6:38:05 PM EDT
Not enough details, but one says the new curriculum implies that Texas was "stolen" from Mexico. I say, so what if it WAS? [url]http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,53968,00.html[/url]
Link Posted: 5/30/2002 6:39:21 PM EDT
Link Posted: 5/30/2002 6:48:13 PM EDT
OK - you can have Houston, though. Too hot for me.
Link Posted: 5/30/2002 6:49:04 PM EDT
Avenge the Liberty!!!! That should do it......
Link Posted: 5/30/2002 6:50:11 PM EDT
Originally Posted By prk: Not enough details, but one says the new curriculum implies that Texas was "stolen" from Mexico. I say, so what if it WAS? [url]http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,53968,00.html[/url]
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Whiney [>(] Liberals
Link Posted: 5/30/2002 7:11:43 PM EDT
Hey, c'mon guys, we all know we are part of the vast right wing conspiracy that seeks to keep Mexico down. That's why they're such f-ups. It has nothing to do with the people that are running their country, and everything to do with us. This pisses me off to no end. If these morons are going to be offended by the United States' history, then they can move back to Mexico. It's time we start sending back the dipshits in this country that are here only for the benefits and opportunity that the United States provide them. Those benefits and opportunity were made possible by patriots like Davey Crockett and Jim Bowie who were willing to make the ultimate sacrifice in the name of liberty.
Link Posted: 5/30/2002 9:57:48 PM EDT
Originally Posted By prk: Not enough details, but one says the new curriculum implies that Texas was "stolen" from Mexico. I say, so what if it WAS? [url]http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,53968,00.html[/url]
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We did, didnt you go to college? They tell you the truth there. They coundnt finance a revolution and a land battle at the same time. So we purchased it in the effect like, "Heres $20 for the land or we will take it anyway.". But hell, we took the rest of the country by force, why not 51 or 52 states? Who says we got to stop at 50? GG
Link Posted: 5/30/2002 10:10:24 PM EDT
What better way to train military and LE snipers than live fire training, along the US mexican border. Our immigration has become lax, letting all the idiots have a voice. There are plenty of mexican people who choose to stay there, and lead pretty good lives. They don't even want to become Americans.
Link Posted: 5/31/2002 6:06:35 AM EDT
Well, I do remember a case last year of a Border Patrol agent who shot a rubber raft that was full of people trying to cross over. Seems you oughta at least learn the language and how to swim, too. He got prosecuted for that, BTW.
Link Posted: 5/31/2002 6:23:09 AM EDT
The question is, where will it all end? Our immigration policy is a joke, and no one seems to care. As far as us taking Texas from them, who cares. Its not like we are going to give it back. I think the simple solution would be to just offer them a trade, since we supposedly screwed them out of Texas in the first place. I suggest we offer them a new country, a place all the immigrants can go to, instead of flooding in to Texas, Arizona, etc. We'll just call it California...
Link Posted: 5/31/2002 7:25:35 AM EDT
Get ready for a Hispanic "Intifada" in our own country. [url=http://www.thenewamerican.com/tna/2002/05-06-2002/vo18no09_aztlan.htm]Aztlan and Amalgamation[/url] [i] While American troops engage al-Qaeda terrorist cells in far-flung battlefields across Asia and our military leadership prepares for a Gulf War encore against Iraq, our "friend" and "neighbor" to the South is relentlessly invading our homeland. [b][red]The Mexican government[/b] and radical "Chicano" groups in this country are pursuing the dream of La Reconquista -- the "re-conquest" of the southwestern United States.[/red] The provocative term "reoccupation" was not coined by an anti-immigration activist. Rather, it was used in an official study published by the Mexican government's National Council on Population (Conapo). Mendel writes: "The ‘reoccupation' of this territory has been slow but steady, and the number of immigrants is growing every year." Citing Conapo's findings, Mendel predicts that during the six-year reign of incumbent Mexican President Vicente Fox, ending in 2006, "two million Mexicans will enter the United States at the rate of approximately 380,000 per year." By publishing the Conapo study, [b][red]the Mexican government has formally embraced the concept of "demographic warfare" -- re-conquering the southwestern United States through unchecked illegal immigration.[/b][/red] ------------------------------------------------ Last July Fourth, Mexico's EWE news service published an interview with the celebrated Mexican novelist Elena Poniatowska in which she noted: "Mexico is at this moment recovering territories it lost in the past to the United States thanks to emigration." "The common people -- the poor, the dirty, the lice ridden, the cockroaches are advancing on the United States, a country that needs to speak Spanish because it has 33.5 million Hispanics who are imposing their culture," observed Poniatowska. "[red]Mexico is recovering the territories yielded to the United States by means of migratory tactics.[/red]" [/i] - - - continuted - - -
Link Posted: 5/31/2002 7:26:51 AM EDT
- - - continued - - - [i] ----------------------------------------------- Charles Truxillo, a professor of "Chicano Studies" at the University of New Mexico, believes that Los Angeles will one day be the capital of "La Republica del Norte" -- a Hispanic nation straddling the border between the southwest United States and northern Mexico. The new polity won't appear "within the next 20 years but within 80 years," predicts Truxillo. "I may not live to see the Hispanic homeland, but by the end of the century my students will live in it, sovereign and free." While Truxillo maintains that the new country should be created "by any means necessary," he insists that it is "unlikely" that it will be born out of a civil war. Instead, he foresees that "La Republica del Norte" will be created "by political process, by the ‘electoral pressure' of the future majority Hispanic population," observes the Albuquerque News. What does Truxillo mean when he invokes the familiar revolutionary refrain, "By any means necessary"? One clue can be found in how Truxillo reveres Reies Lopez Tijerina, a bloody-handed 1960s Chicano agitator. It was from Tijerina, states Truxillo, that he learned "I was a member of a people with a country that had been taken from them by war, a land that was our own by treaty." Tijerina's chief claim to infamy was his role in leading a June 1967 guerrilla assault on the courthouse in Tierra Amarilla, New Mexico. During the two-hour assault, Tijerina and 150 terrorist thugs killed Deputy Sheriff Nicainor Saizan, pistol-whipped Undersheriff Dan Rivera, and shot 63-year-old jailer Eugolio Salazar. The Tijerina-led mob also took 20 local citizens hostage in the courthouse before fleeing town. Although Salazar survived the initial assault, he was beaten to death before he could testify at Tijerina's trial. With the jury and material witnesses intimidated by the possibility of another outbreak of violence, Tijerina -- who had shot Salazar point-blank in the face -- was given a two-year sentence, of which he served six months before being paroled. ------------------------------------------------ Historically, immigrants to the United States were expected to assimilate our language, customs, and public culture. However, as the border between the United States and Mexico erodes, we are witnessing what could be called "[red]assimilation in reverse[/red]" as the public institutions of the affected communities are required to accommodate large, undigested masses of Mexicans.[/i] [b]Comprende me?[/b]
Link Posted: 5/31/2002 7:49:17 AM EDT
Even though immigration has been a significant part of our national history and we have gained much from it (Fermi, Einestine, Werner Von Braun, and the list goes on), there is a critial difference now. In the past, immigrants were expected to become assimilated, to learn our language, our customs and to become a part of our culture. (America as the "melting pot"). Now, the liberal PC crowd says "no, no, this is bad!" Immigrants to our great country are not expected to become assimilated. We are expected to accommodate them! Bilingual schooling, bilingual government offices, ect.. I have nothing against reasonably controlled immigration, it is fundamental that if they choose to come to this country, they adopt it's language, it's values, it's customs. And, if they are unwilling to do that, THEY SHOULD STAY TO HELL HOME!
Link Posted: 5/31/2002 7:57:54 AM EDT
Originally Posted By KyCruffler: Even though immigration has been a significant part of our national history and we have gained much from it (Fermi, Einestine, Werner Von Braun, and the list goes on), there is a critial difference now. In the past, immigrants were expected to become assimilated, to learn our language, our customs and to become a part of our culture. (America as the "melting pot"). Now, the liberal PC crowd says "no, no, this is bad!" Immigrants to our great country are not expected to become assimilated. We are expected to accommodate them! Bilingual schooling, bilingual government offices, ect.. I have nothing against reasonably controlled immigration, it is fundamental that if they choose to come to this country, they adopt it's language, it's values, it's customs. And, if they are unwilling to do that, THEY SHOULD STAY TO HELL HOME!
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Well Said[^]
Link Posted: 5/31/2002 8:00:36 AM EDT
Remember the Alamo! Remember Goliad! I say to Mexico, if you want it back..... Come and Take it back M""""""""KERS! and you better pack a lunch "Molon La Tejas?"
Link Posted: 5/31/2002 9:09:25 AM EDT
It doesn't matter what the new text books will say. The books will all end up brand new and unused stored in a warehouse somewhere at taxpayer expense due to some incompetent HISD jerkoff's managment ineptitude. Watch for Wayne Dolcefino's expose at 10. [:D]
Link Posted: 5/31/2002 12:46:27 PM EDT
Didn't former Sec Def Weinberger say that if things continue this way it will end up in war? He's from the old school where they didn't think of such things as "enriching us"...
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