Mexico's Attempt To Annex
The Southwestern US
Americans Betrayed

By Robert J. Gribble
Very Concerned Citizen

Historical records show that over half-a-million men and women gave their lives toward the birth and defense of the United States of America. From coast-to-coast and border-to-border the majority of our 285 million plus population love their country, its constitution, all of its freedoms, and its beautiful flag. There are, however, millions of illegal aliens living in the US who have no love for America. They hate the United States government, the country, and the American people. Millions of these people have invaded our country illegally -- many in possession of large quantities of illegal drugs -- crossing the American-Mexican border in violation of Federal laws.
While the illegal Mexican aliens are invading our country they could possibly be receiving help from the Mexican military or the Mexican Federal Police in the form of assistance or diversionary activity. There has been a series of incidents where the Mexican military or Federal Police invaded US territory and fired on US Border Patrol officers. US Representative Tom Tancredo (Rep., Colo.), Chairman of The Immigration Reform Committee, revealed that there have been 117 cases of either the Mexican military or Federal Police invading US territory during the past five years. Edward Tuffly, who heas the Arizona local of the National Border Patrol Council, complained that Mexican military and Federal Police intrusions into the United States is reaching a crisis point and is beyond the ability of the Border Patrol to handle. (1)
What's behind this massive, unopposed invasion of illegal aliens into the US? Incredible as it may sound, there is a very active movement in Mexico and the US to saturate the US with illegal Mexican aliens. Currently the majority of the illegals are moving into the Southwest states of California, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Texas, Utah and Nevada. The Mexicans call the seven states Aztlan, which is the territory ceded to the US by Mexico as part of the Treaty of Guadeloupe Hidalgo of 1848, which they hope to control once again. The overall plan, however, is to create a massive Mexican population in the US and achieve total Mexican voting superiority, answerable only to Mexico City. Today millions of Mexicans - legal and illegal -- are registered to vote in the US. Also, the latest statistics show that ten million Mexicans are approaching voting age, and that an additional five million illegal Mexican aliens are in this country today awaiting Presidential amnesty so that they too can vote. The big question is how many of those who are, or will, register to vote are American citizens? To register to vote one must be a citizen of the United States. THAT IS FEDERAL LAW!
The Communists threatened us with violent overthrow of the US Government. Now Mexico is using massive illegal immigration to control American politics and policies and eventually control the entire U.S. They plan on winning at the ballot box -- legally and illegally -- without firing a shot! Children born in the US of illegal aliens and guest workers are US citizens and can vote when they turn 18.
In 1995, Santa Barbara County, California, adopted a high school text book for Chicano studies. On page 107 it says, "Latinos are now realizing that the power to control Aztlan may once again be in their hands. Those who scoff at the idea of a Mexican takeover of the southwestern United States don't understand history and they underestimate Mexicans." (2)
In 1955, former Housing and Urban Development Secretary, Henry Cisneros - a President Bill Clinton appointee - said before a Hispanic audience: "As goes the Latino population will go the state of California, and as goes the state of California will go the United States of America. My friends, the stakes are big. This a fight worth making." (3)
In a speech to a Mexican audience at the Southwest Voter Registration Meeting in Los Angeles, California on July 15, 1955, Vice President Al Gore said, "We're proud to stand with you against Proposition 187 - we'll fight Proposition 187 in other states as well.... We're counting on you. You really hold the key. Hispanics are on the move. Some states don't want to make it easy to register (voters) so we've sued (Governor) Pete Wilson." (4)
At the Latino march on Washington, DC, on October 12, 1996, Juan Jose Gutierrez, Executive Director of One Stop Immigration and Education said: "We demand the program of accelerated citizenship that President Clinton initiated be maintained, not slowed down.... We must extend amnesty to the undocumented (illegals)." (5)
On April 3, 1997, the Los Angeles Times reported that a debate on our immigration laws in the Mexican Congress bordered on a declaration of war on the United States, and only three months later, on July 27, the president of Mexico, Ernesto Zedillo, went before a group in Chicago and said, "I have proudly affirmed that the Mexican nation extends beyond the territory enclosed by its borders, and that Mexican migrants are an important, a very important part of it." (6)
In July 1998, Mario Obledo, Chairman, California Coalition of Hispanic Organizations, and winner of the 1998 Bill Clinton Presidential Medal of Freedom said, "We're going to take back all the political institutions in California. In five years the Hispanics are going to be the majority of this state... Anyone who doesn't like it should leave... They ought to go back to Europe." (6)
Newly elected Mexican President Vincente Fox champions the complete dissolution of all borders in the Western Hemisphere. "When we think of 2025, there is not going to be a border between the United States and Mexico," Fox bragged soon after his December 2000 inauguration. "There will be a free movement of people just like the free movement of goods." (7)
On July 25, 2001, Bill King, former Chief US Border Patrol Agent said, "With the Census Bureau telling us that there are eleven million illegals in this country now, and coupled with the family reunification program when they become citizens, that number is astronomical. If they take in eleven or twelve million people through the new amnesty program, that number would go to forty or fifty million, I'm sure." (6)
On August 15, 2001, WorldNetDaily ran a lead story about a prize winning Mexican author, Elena Ponyatouska, who said that her country is recovering territory from the United States with a massive army of uncontrolled immigration. (6)
Yeh Ling Ling, Executive Director, Diversity Alliance For A Sustainable America said, "...Since there's been a lot of talk about amnesty for three million Mexicans, let me talk about political impacts of such an amnesty.... It took me several years to put the pieces together and feel we really have to take a very close look at this issue. Now, you have many, very well credentialed Mexican officials and Mexican American leaders at the state and national levels who have made statements publicly that it is only a matter of time before Latinos will control California, the Southwest and the entire US and if you look at the 2000 census, they are having the numbers." (6)
The Census Bureau recently reported that Mexicans are now the largest minority group in the US, with a population of 38.8 million accounting for half of the country's population growth in the two years after the 2000 census was taken, accelerating a change once predicted for 2014. Fed by massive immigration and extremely high birth rates in the US, the Mexican community has more than doubled since 1980. Three in five were born in the US In the state of California in 2002, 52.2 percent of the new births were Mexican. In 23 states, Mexican's were the largest minority in the 2000 census. (8) The Mexican National Population Council predicts a continued migration of 500,000 Mexican's to the US each year for at least the next decade. (13)
According to a 2000 poll by Zogby International, 58 percent of the Mexican population believes the Southwest territory of the US rightfully belongs to Mexico, and that 57 percent of the Mexican population believes they should have the right to enter the US without permission. In the US portion of the survey, 65 percent disagree with the statement, "foreigners residing illegally in the US should be given amnesty." Fifty-eight percent agree that the US should "admit fewer immigrants each year." The single largest majority in the entire poll was found among American's supporting use of the military to guard the border. Fully 68 percent of those surveyed agree with the statement, "the US should deploy military troops on the border as a temporary measure to help the US Border Patrol curb illegal immigration." (9)
"On the night of March 12, 2002, the House of Representatives, with the encouragement of the Bush administration, picked up the large and sloppy pie of amnesty for illegal aliens and pitched it smack in the face of the American people. By a vote of 275-137, one more than needed for the two-thirds majority required for this particular measure, the Congressmen voted to allow aliens who entered the country illegally or whose visas have expired to apply for legal immigrant status without returning to their countries of origin to do so. Only at the insistence of the Bill's major opponent, Rep. Tom Tancredo, did the house decide to record the vote. The preference of the Congressmen was to hide even that from their own constituents by holding a voice vote... The voters, thanks to the recorded vote and those like Mr. Tancredo who demanded it, now know who supported the amnesty and who didn't." (12)
In September 2002, Mexican President Vincente Fox went to Washington, DC to lobby the US Government for amnesty for millions of illegal Mexican aliens currently living in the US If the president of the US gives amnesty to the illegal Mexican aliens, voter registration will follow. President Fox also lobbied the US government for an open American-Mexican border policy. This would allow an uninterrupted invasion of illegal aliens, terrorists, spies, saboteurs, and illegal drugs from any nation along a border nearly 2000 miles long, from the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific Ocean.
President Ronald Reagan nailed it hard and clean nearly two decades ago: "The simple truth is that we've lost control of our own borders, and no nation can do that and survive. We ignore America's lost sovereignty at our peril." (10)
The United States of America is a nation governed by laws, and no one is supposed to be above the law. Apparently this does not include the governing bodies in many cities, counties, and states -- who have taken an oath to uphold the laws and Constitution of the US - who are showing favoritism toward criminals at large by giving aid and comfort, at taxpayers expense, to the Mexican aliens who have crossed the American-Mexican border illegally. "No country can be great if its citizens are taught to look the other way while others wipe their feet on its laws and mock its national sovereignty."
Violating the borders is against the law! (US Code. Title 8, Chapter 12, Subchapter II, Part VIII, Sec. 1325.) This activity on the part of the illegal Mexican's would have been brought under control many years ago if it wasn't for the help they are receiving from the American and Mexican political structure. This was recently confirmed by David Ray, a spokesman for the Federation for Immigration Reform, who said that both the US and Mexico are responsible for America's illegal-immigration problem. "They're both culpable for the chaos on the border. On the one hand you have the Mexican government that all but canonizes citizens who violate US Immigration laws, while the US government makes such a tepid effort to stop the immigration flow that it's not taken seriously by anybody." As a result serious problems also exist in the American small business and corporate community. Hiring, recruiting, and harboring illegal aliens are all Federal felony offenses. (US Code. Title 8, Chapter 12, Subchapter II, Part VIII, Sec. 1323, 1324, 1324a.) (7) (14)
In the video "Conquest of Aztlan," written and produced by Glen Spencer, Mr. Spencer ask and answers very important questions: "Why aren't the American people outraged at this invasion of the United States? Why do they stand by and allow dual citizenship and blatant colonization of America? Why do they allow illegal aliens to take over entire unions and threaten our economic stability? Why do they allow corrupt, subversive organizations to tamper with our democratic process, often at the expense of taxpayers they intend to displace? WHY? Because for the most part, they are unaware of it. They are unaware of it because the media want it that way." (6)
The time has come to question the patriotism of the politicians and media who refuse to tell the American people what is happening on the American-Mexican border - and why it is happening - which is a threat to our national security and our national interest.
Many Americans of Mexican descent are some of our finest citizens and are hurt more by illegal immigration than any other group.
Mexicans who have entered the US illegally have violated Federal law. They are criminals. Pro-illegal Mexican alien activists and groups in the US are Anti-American! Their activities contribute to the Mexican political conquest of Aztlan, and eventually the entire US
If you would like additional information on this national crisis, I will send you - free of charge - a copy of the 50 minute video "Conquest of Aztlan," written and produced by Glen Spencer, CEO o f the organization American Border Patrol. It is about Mexico's ongoing plan to use whatever force necessary to reclaim the Republic del Norte - Republic of the North - also referred to as Aztlan.
Robert J. Gribble
Very Concerned Citizen
US Navy, W.W.II
Robert J. Gribble
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September 27, 2001 - Australian Broadcast Company: "Some may find it dubious taste but Mexico City Street vendors are making brisk business selling 'BIN LADEN IS MY HERO' T-shirts."
1. American Free Press, by Mike Blair
2. America On Line, October 1996
3. Yeh Ling Ling, Exec. Dir., Diversity Alliance for a Sustainable America
4. Reconquista: Mexico's Attempt to Annex the Southwest 7-19-97
5. American Border Patrol 7-19-97
6. Transcript: Video tape "Conquest of Aztlan," by Glen Spencer
7. Book: "Invasion," by Michelle Malkin
8. Washington Post 6-18-03
9. Zogby International
10. World Net Daily 4-8-03
11. Tom Flocco, America On Line 7-31-03
12. Sam Francis, Creatures Syndicate, Inc. 3-14-02
13. Stein Report 6-18-03
14. WorldNetDaily 6-28-03 by Jon Dougherty




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