Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Mexican Militancy and Border Guardians

photo (from Michelle Malkin) shows a flyer that was found on the ground at a Dallas pro-illegals rally. Interestingly, the flyer shows a map of Texas and Mexico. So it would appear that the pro-illegal lobby is advocating voter fraud as well as illegal immigration.

Meanwhile in Tucson, Arizona, KVOA News 4
reports that pro-illegal immigration protesters confronted anti-illegal immigration protesters in front of the Mexican Consulate in Tucson. The station reports that a Mexican flag was burned by an anti-illegal immigration group called Border Guardians. This is a group that speaks out against and speaks to the issue of the thousands of illegals that cross the border at the Tucson sector.

The Director of Border Guardians, Laine Lawless, reportedly said: "(This protest) is against the Mexican government and the Mexicans that are illegally present in the United States right now, “I want the American people to know that we're going to stand up for them."

It’s interesting to me how the pro-illegal side think they can act as militant as they want, and it should be okay with everyday Americans. They want to fly their Mexican flags and impose their language and culture onto Americans, but when Americans choose not to celebrate their differences, we’re labeled racist, xenophobic, and other derogatory labels. When we choose to oppose open borders, again, we’re labeled racist.

Of course, the militancy, and disrespectful disregard towards American immigration law is simply mexitude, defined as
Mex-i-tude: The de facto control of social and political policy by illegal aliens.
Mexitude was first coined by the
Freedom Folks blog.


Anonymous The Outlander said...


You might find an installment on my blog entitled "The Truth about 'La Raza'" of interest.

Thank you for your time.

12:38 PM  

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