Termed as a ‘Day Without Latinos,’ thousands of protesters marched in Milwaukee to show their opposition to Sheriff David Clarke’s plan to give law enforcement officers the same rights as federal immigration officers in apprehending and deporting illegal aliens.
The crowd consisted of many White liberals, Native Americans, Mexican illegals, and some Muslims. A good many of the protesters were also ‘Mexican-Americans’ – that is, Americans of Mexican descent who are in the country legally or were born in the U.S.
This protest ought to serve as a wake-up call concerning the loyalty of ‘Mexican-Americans.’ While I recognize that not all ‘Mexican-Americans’ support illegal immigrants from Mexico and Central America, the reality is that the greater majority of them do. This is because many of those invading ‘immigrants’ are their blood relatives. They will naturally have a greater commitment to those who share their ancestry than any ‘propositional nation’ notions. Such concepts mean nothing to them when the welfare and legal status of one of their relatives is at stake.
He would so deport your ass!
This once great nation made a deadly mistake after its war with Mexico (1846-1848). We should have driven out every Mexican from our borders. Instead, we allowed them to populate and almost overwhelm us in numbers (especially in places like California and some of the Southwest states). I understand that this may be easier to say than to effectively accomplish. Still, is it not clear that the Mexicans, both legal and illegal, have turned against the founding stock of this nation?
Whites in America must come to realization that Mexicans belong in Mexico. Their hearts are in Mexico. They belong in Mexico. That is who they are and where they are from. They are not of us and they never will be. This explains why we never witness huge crowds of Mexican-Americans standing in solidarity with White Americans protesting against illegal immigration. The illegals who violate our nation’s sovereignty and immigration laws are their people, and not ours.