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Anchor Babies and Demographic War
Speaking the Unspeakable
Glenn Spencer -- American Patrol Report -- November 27   
Raising the Mexican flag at Montebello (Calif.) High School -- March 27, 2006
    Rep. King of Iowa, who is leading the charge to end the anchor baby mess, says as many as 750,000 children are born to illegal aliens each year.
    "There is a burden on our services, and it is substantial," King said.
    The issue is much more than a drain on our resources – it is demographic warfare. In 2005 there were 282,823 births to Hispanics in California while at the same time there were 155,900 births to Whites.
    In 1995, UCR Professor Navarro said: "Ladies and gentlemen what this means is a transfer of power, it means control, it means whose going to influence. And it is the young people, the people who are now moving to develop an agenda for the twenty first century that are really going to be in a position to really make the promise of what the Chicano movement was all about in terms of self-determination, in terms of empowerment, even in the terms of the idea of an Aztlan!" He was saying that the Hispanic birth rate will turn the Southwest into part of Mexico. "We're in a state of war," he said.
    In 1997, Mario Obledo, co-founder of MALDEF, said, "California is going to be a Hispanic state and anyone who doesn't like it should leave." People are leaving.
    According to these Hispanic leaders, the United States of America is engaged in a demographic war. If we lose that war, the dreams of our founding fathers will fade and die.
    Political correctness will ban such talk from the liberal-controlled media, but we can certainly raise the issue on the Internet. And, oh yes, I will be called a racist for quoting Hispanic leaders.

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