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Winning friends and influencing people

What do you think of these statements?

"By populating the United States with millions of Canadians who are tied economically, politically and linguistically to Canada, we are able to exert enormous influence and pressure on U.S. policy and its dealings with Canada."

"By populating the United States with millions of French who are tied economically, politically and linguistically to France, we are able to exert enormous influence and pressure on U.S. policy and its dealings with France."

"By populating the United States with millions of members of the Chinese Communist Party who are tied economically, politically and linguistically to Communist China, we are able to exert enormous influence and pressure on U.S. policy and its dealings with Communist China."

All of those statements, were they to be made, are obvious threats to U.S. sovreignty.

Any one of them would hopefully cause U.S. politicians and the U.S. media to stand up, take notice of the issue, and do something about it.

Any U.S. citizen who supported those countries in their hypothetical efforts would rightly be called a traitor.

The statements above weren't made, however, this one was:


"By populating the United States with millions of Hispanics who are tied economically, politically and linguistically to Mexico, we are able to exert enormous influence and pressure on U.S. policy and its dealings with Mexico."

As discussed in this interview with Tom Tancredo, that statement was made by Juan Hernandez, head of Mexico's since disbanded Ministry of Mexicans Living in the United States.

Hernandez was the guy who said on Nightline "I want the third generation, the seventh generation, I want them all to think 'Mexico first.'"

At what point in time are the political and media elites going to wake up to the fact that this is a very real and present danger? I think statements like that are just about as explicit as threats get, yet some refuse to see there's a problem. Either that, or they're just on the other side.

In any case, reading the whole Tancredo interview is highly recommended. It also includes this disturbing news:

I [Tancredo] surreptitiously received a State Department memo from the U.S. Embassy in Managua [Nicaragua] that stated they required assistance in aiding Nicaragua in advancing a matricula-card program.

Immigration2003 · Tue, 08/12/2003 - 23:11 · Importance: 1

Tue, 09/09/2003 - 03:45
Hanno Buddenbrook

Since when has Tom Tancredo been a credible source of news about the sayings and doings of Mexican officials?

Fine, so you and Tancredo both have an axe to grind about Mexican immigration - in your paranoid fantasies they probably make love at night with the aim in view of creating more soldiers for the "reconquista" - just don't expect the rest of us to take this sort of conspiratorial nonsense at face value.

You read just like something out of Lothrop Stoddard's "The Rising Tide of Color", the way you carry on about illegal immigration.

Thu, 08/14/2003 - 10:00
someone in the LA area

This reminds me of a joke. No, I'm not racist, but I think it's funny:

Why doesn't Mexico have any good Olympic teams?

Because everyone who can run, jump, or swim is already in the United States.