Cross posted from The Virtuous Republic
President Felipe Calderon, president of a corrupt, third world, poverty ridden Mexico (and yes, I meant to say corrupt, third world, poverty ridden) gave a speech on Sunday that should be reprinted in every paper across the United States. America has more than a problem of illegal immigration on its hands, it has an invasion to deal with that is supported by Mexico City.
If this doesn't make your red American blood boil, then you are truly a liberal, uncaring about the future of our republic. Calderon had this to say:
• "Mexico does not end at its border."
Yes it does, that is why we are building a fence. Or does Mexico have territorial ambitions in the southwest?
• "We strongly protest the unilateral measures taken by the U.S. Congress and government that have only persecuted and exacerbated the mistreatment of Mexican undocumented workers."
Last time I checked, the U.S. was a sovereign nation. Unlike your third world nation, whose laws stem from an authoritarian Spanish code, the U.S. has something called the rule of law. Your people have broken our laws. Applying our laws uniformly to your citizens, who have entered our nation illegally is neither persecution or mistreatment. By the way, is there any apology forthcoming for the fact that your citizens fill our jails and burden our social safety net?
• "The insensitivity toward those who support the U.S. economy and society has only served as an impetus to reinforce the battle... for their rights."
Please don't meddle in our internal affairs. Your citizens, here illegally, actually undermine our laws and our economy. Our corporations break our laws because your citizens exchange their labor for third world wages. Your citizens, here illegally, undermine our culture by setting up separate enclaves that refuse to assimlate. Your citizens, here illegally, undermine our society by overwhelming our schools and hospitals. Your citizens, here illegally, commit a large percentage of our nation's crimes and are filling are jails at an increasing rate.
•"Where there is a Mexican, there is a Mexico."
I can only interpret that statement one way. The migration of your citizens into the U.S. is a purposeful undertaking meant to reestablish Mexican sovereignty in the American Southwest.
To me, this speech by Calderon, is nothing more than declaration that Mexico is challenging American sovereignty in the border region. I have never been a "conspiracy theory" type person and I am not going off the deep end here. But if you read his speech, Calderon is challenging our sovereignty over our own territory.
After reading highlights from his speech, it is imperative that the United States reestablish control over the border. The border must be defined. It must be defended. Illegal aliens from Mexico must no longer find employment in the United States and as many illegal aliens as possible must be urged to return back home to Mexico. Otherwise, someday, we might wake up to actually find out that Mexico really doesn't end at its borders.
Finally, shouldn't the President, or at least the Secretary of State give a formal response to this Mexican assault on our national sovereignty? And if there is no response, shouldn't the American people demand that our leaders make such a response? Maybe it is time to contact our leaders again and ask them if they agree that "Mexico doesn't stop at its borders." Click on the image for contact numbers.
This speech really got underneath my skin. So, please, pass on what Calderon said. Maybe it will actually make some Americans mad. Mad enough to do something about it.
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