The Reconquista (“reconquest”), also Greater Mexico, is the characterization of the increased demographic and cultural presence of Mexicans in the Southwestern United States, an area that was part of Mexico before the Texas annexation (1845) and the Mexican Cession (1848), as a trend leading toward territorial losses by the United States.
Congratulations, Mexicans. Islam is no doubt taking notes… You did exactly what you said you’d do: reconquer the land taken from you… but not violently. No, that wouldn’t have worked. You moved here, legally and illegally, in droves. You had massive families and depended largely on the taxpayers to provide for them, bankrupting entire states. California, for one. Texas, though doing very well now, might be next as Mexicans gain more power. My plans to move home have been trashed.
Kids can’t wear the American flag because it may ‘disturb’ foreign students and are forced to take Spanish classes. I have to endure Spanish television ads. Between obama working from within and the foreign interests… not just Mexicans… without, we are probably over.
They reject the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo and what they regard as the American occupation of territory that originally belonged to Mexico (the Southwestern United States).
On its website, the front states:
“We reject the occupation of our nation in its northern territories, an important cause of poverty and emigration. We demand that our claim to all the territories occupied by force by the United States be recognized in our Constitution, and we will bravely defend, according to the principle of self-determination to all peoples, the right of the Mexican people to live in the whole of our territory within its historical borders, as they existed and were recognized at the moment of our independence.”
They also advocate the Second Mexican Empire and deplore the establishment of the republic.
Ideologically, it proposes a Distributist economy, socialization and the Third-Positionist ideology as an alternative to both Communism and Capitalism.
The organization promotes Central America’s reincorporation into Mexico and calls for Mexico to withdraw from the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP), World Trade Organization (WTO), the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the World Bank.
Hempstead Middle School Principal Amy Lacey was placed on paid administrative leave in December after reportedly announcing, via intercom, that students were not to speak Spanish on the school’s campus. The Hispanic population of the rural area, roughly 50 miles northwest of Houston, is growing quickly, and Latino advocates say that it’s important to allow Spanish in public schools.
You know, maybe it’s because I’m older… but I won’t assimilate. That’s okay, you Mexican pricks. I -and those like me- will be gone soon enough. America was great once upon a time… maybe it really was a fairy tale…