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Conquest of Aztlan
Voting in the interest of Mexico
|Glenn Spencer -- American Patrol Report -- May 5
When California passed Proposition 187 in 1994 it set off a wild reaction on the part of Mexicans and Mexican-Americans. At a conference at the University of Riverside two months after the vote, California State Senator Art Torres, soon to be head of the California Democrat Party, told a cheering crowd: "187 was the last gasp of white Americans in California." Others at the meeting said things just as outrageous, but the media didn't notice. They still don't.
Two months later, Jorge A. Bustamante, President of the College of the Northern Border in Tijuana and a professor of sociology at Indiana's Notre Dame University, wrote in Excelsior, a leading Mexican newspaper, that Mexicans must become U.S citizens in order to vote against people like Ca. Gov. Pete Wilson who supported Proposition 187. They needed to "vote in the interest of Mexico."
Two years later, Ernesto Zedillo, President of Mexico, appeared before a meeting of the National Council of La Raza to announce that Mexico had passed a constitutional amendment that allows Mexicans to become U.S. citizens without losing their Mexican nationality. They can vote in both countries in the interest of Mexico.
At the same time, Zedillo 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."
On Friday, Barack Obama told a gathering of students in Mexico: "Without the strong support of Latinos, including so many Mexican-Americans, I would not be standing here today as president of the United States," Obama said. "That's the truth."
Americans are debating the wisdom of Gang of Eight immigration bill without any discussion of the move by Mexico to place the southwest under its jurisdiction.
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