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The co-author of Vicente Fox's book "Revolution of Hope" - which he's currently on tour promoting - is none other than Mexico's very own bought-and-paid-for propagandist, Rob Allyn. In 2005 he was paid $720,000 by the Mexican government to help show their side of massive immigration from that country.
Dudley Althaus and James Pinkerton/[[December 28, 2005]]/Houston Chronicle/ link
The ads that the government of Mexico placed in the NYT, LAT, and WaPo were created by Rob Allyn, whose PR firm is being paid $720,000 to spread Mexican propaganda in the U.S. AFAIK, no reporter has yet asked Allyn whether he is or will register as a Registered Foreign Agent.
Knight-Ridder's Dave Montgomery offers a very standard sketch of Rob Allyn, the Dallas PR consultant who's been hired to spread Mexican propaganda in the U.S.: "Mexico hires public relations firm to improve its image in U.S." There is absolutely nothing new about Allyn in this article, but if you aren't familiar with his story check it out.
I'm not surprised to learn that San Diego Union-Tribune columnist Ruben Navarrette Jr. is a friend of Rob Allyn, the Dallas PR consultant who's been hired to spread Mexican propaganda in the U.S. ...Mexican President Vicente Fox tapped my friend, Dallas-based political consultant Rob Allyn, to be Mexico's goodwill ambassador...
The League of United Latin American Citizens is complaining about Mexico's choice of Rob Allyn to promote their country. To show you just where their loyalties lie, this is their complaint: Hector Flores, national president of the League of United Latin American Citizens, said he understands that Mr. Allyn goes to work for whoever pays him. "That's the American way," Mr.
Simon Romero of the New York Times offers a profile of Rob Allyn, the Dallas political strategist who's been hired by Mexico to burnish their image in the U.S.: "Republican Strategist Is Taking Heat for Taking Mexico as Client". The profile reads like it could have been written by Allyn himself, including this bit about HR 4437: Even some of the bill's supporters acknowledge that its requirements, once considered on the extre
Rob Allyn heads the Texas company Allyn & Company which will be trying to burnish Mexico's image and thereby support their attempts to send us their unwanted citizens. It shouldn't be any surprise that Allyn has links to Our Leader. In fact, he's described here as a "longtime Bush family adviser".
Mexico is in a snit about HR 4437, the still-pending bill that would build 700 miles of wall along our border, and they intend to take steps to make sure it's not built. While some might laugh at, downplay, or ignore what Mexico plans to do, it represents a significant threat to the U.S. And, if we build the wall or take other steps to reinforce our sovereignty over our country, they will probably step up the pressure.