Past Features

November 17, 2016

Protecting the fifth column
Mexico moves to defend its Reconquistas

L.A. Times  
Mexico instructs its embassy and consulates in the U.S. to increase measures to protect immigrants
    One week after Donald Trump's election as the next U.S. president, Mexico has issued a message of support for Mexican immigrants living in the United States: “We are with you.”
    On Wednesday, the Mexican government instructed its embassy and consulates in the U.S. to step up measures to protect Mexican immigrants. The measures include a 24-hour hotline that will allow people to report harassment and immigration raids, as well as the expansion of deportation-defense work at 50 consulates. [...]
    In a statement released by the Foreign Ministry on Wednesday titled “We Are With You” also pledged to “strengthen dialogue with state and local authorities.”
    While immigration laws are enforced by federal officials, increasing numbers of local and state municipalities have taken steps to limit collaboration on deportations. It is “local policies that determine, to a large extent, the daily lives of Mexicans in the United States,” the statement said.

Glenn Spencer
Big Trouble   
    What is a fifth column? --- Wikipedia:
A fifth column is any group of people who undermine a larger group --- such as a nation or a besieged city --- from within, usually in favor of an enemy group or nation. The activities of a fifth column can be overt or clandestine.
    As Donald Trump begins to disperse the fog of disinformation spread by the mainstream media, America is going to see things they had no idea existed. One of those things is the deep-seated fifth column of Mexicans who are here because of efforts by Mexico to occupy land that they believe was stolen from them by the Mexican War.
    I document all of this in my video, Conquest of Aztlan.
    I have called this Trump's antebellum --- "occurring or existing before a particular war, especially the American Civil War."
    When you can put 700,000 people in the streets of Los Angeles, most wearing a uniform, what will happen when those and millions more feel they are being denied their rights? What if they are encouraged to defend those "rights" by a foreign power?
    Big Trouble.

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