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Mexico is Recolonizing the American Southwest. Almost No One Notices

A Noticias 62 billboard in Los Angeles, circa 2005.

In 2005, Los Angeles' KRCA-TV cable station, Noticias 62, advertised with a billboard touting "Los Angeles, CA"―but with the 'C.A.' portion crossed out and 'MEXICO' stamped in bright red letters, accompanied by the motto, "Tu Ciudad. Tu Equipo" ("Your city. Your team"). Lenard Liberman, the station's executive vice president at the time, explained as his justification, "you just have to drive around L.A. to know that this is a Hispanic city." However, across 'flyover country,' helpless Americans fall beneath the whip's hand of free-loading non-citizens arriving in the U.S. at the invitation of race-baiting Democrats who take away America's blue-collar jobs. In defense of Mexican migrant laborers, former Mexican President Vicente Fox had echoed most Democrats when he said that Mexicans are taking jobs that not even blacks are willing to work.


The Mexican state views the United States of America as its unruly colony. This is nothing new: in 2001, while interviewed on Commanding Heights: The Battle for the World Economy, then-President Fox, envisioned "the convergence of [America and Mexico's] two economies, convergence on the fundamental variables of the economy, convergence on rates of interest, convergence on the income of people, convergence on salaries" with the U.S. and eventually Canada over the next 20 years, allowing them to "erase that border, open up that border for [the] free flow of products, merchandises, capital as well as people." Accompanying U.S. immigration special interest groups, Fox launched a public campaign to desensitize U.S. politicians and constituents. In November 2003, he visited New Mexico, Arizona, and Texas, where he advocated amnesty for illegal aliens in each state―ignoring the prohibition by the U.S. Constitution of any state entering into a treaty, alliance, or confederation with another nation.

What's behind the constant stream of statements issued by Mexican officials such as Fox increasingly influencing U.S. public policy nationwide, and why does Mexico so aggressively object to every action by American citizens to protect our borders from illegal entries? The Democrats, it should be noted, have openly sympathized with MS-13—one of the world's most dangerous gangs—over the Trump administration concerning illegal immigration. In the 21st century, the answer appears to be the creation of a pan-continental socialist state because the current far left-wing administration agrees with its peers in Mexico City, given the push by Democrats to decriminalize border crossings. After three weeks of Biden's presidency, he has dismantled most of Trump's immigration reforms via executive orders. The longstanding Democrat plan to flood the nation with legal (and illegal) immigrants began with the 1965 Immigration Act authored by the late Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-MA), who'd assured the American people that "The bill will not flood our cities with immigrants. It will not upset the ethnic mix of our society. It will not relax the standards of admission. It will not cause American workers to lose their jobs." Some 54 years later, during a Democratic presidential debate, future Vice President Kamala Harris pledged that her first priority would be protecting illegal immigrants from deportation, make it easier for those applying for asylum to get in, and stop the separation of children from their parents as currently regulated by the Department of Homeland Security. All but one Democrat supported decriminalizing border crossings that evening, virtually eliminating America's southern border.

For political purposes, the Democrats have assimilated Mexico's people under its 'big tent' of victims of what they label to be America's historically oppressive white political class. Accompanying the Democrats' radical shift to the left several years after the Fox presidency, in 2018, Mexican voters elected Neo-Marxist Andrés Manuel López Obrador as their new president: a populist ideologically in bed with the French communist Jean-Luc Mélenchon and former leader of Britain's Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn. Drawing on a series of Mexican war defeats dating back 180 years, Obrador's overture to Mexican re-colonization features inflammatory rhetoric, including:

"Soon, very soon, after the victory of our movement, we will defend migrants all over the American continent and the migrants of the world who, by necessity, must abandon their towns to find life in the United States… It's a human right we will defend."


“No Chavismo, no Trumpismo; yes to Juarismo, yes to Maderismo, yes to Cardenismo, yes to Mexicanismo.”

What Obrador referred to requires going back to the 1820s when large numbers of European Americans began settling the area of modern Texas, many of whom remained more loyal to the American government than their distant rulers in Mexico City. The view of 19th-century Mexican dictator Antonio López de Santa Anna that ultimately brought him into direct conflict with the growing independence movement within the Mexican state of Texas parallels those of Obrador and drug lords: that the Texians (Anglo Texans) were little more than pirates. At the same time, the Tejanos (Hispanic Texans) were traitors. After the massacres at the Alamo and Goliad crushed Santa Anna's forces in the decisive battle at San Jacinto. Texas' rebel forces, led by Sam Houston, won the new republic its independence. Twelve years later, after the U.S. Army occupied Mexico City, the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo signed on February 2, 1848, officially ended the Mexican-American War. The Treaty stipulated that Mexico cede 55% of its territory (over 525,000 square miles) to the U.S., including parts of present-day Arizona, California, New Mexico, Texas, Colorado, Nevada, and Utah, while relinquishing all claims to Texas and recognizing the Rio Grande as the southern boundary with the U.S. A few years later, in 1854, Santa Anna agreed to the Gadsden Purchase of nearly 30,000 square miles of Mexican territory by the U.S. for $10 million, much of which the Mexican leader personally squandered.


The elimination of America's borders is a bipartisan initiative. Feckless attempts at corrective measures included President George W. Bush signed the REAL ID Act of 2005, which authorized the construction of more walls along the U.S./Mexican border to make illegal reentry into the country more difficult. Mexican officials' threats to challenge the new law before the U.N. prompted the reactionary U.S. Department of Homeland Security to cancel its plans the following month. Ten years later, in June 2015, the American people learned the details behind the mysterious bipartisan Trans-Pacific Partnership secretly negotiated for over four years thanks to Julian Assange and Wikileaks. More shocking was conservative firebrand Lou Dobbs' 2005 exposé revealing illicit details behind Bush's secret agreement with Canada and Mexico to form the North American Union: the Western Hemisphere's cousin of the European Union, fit with the inevitable exchange rate mechanism into a new single currency called the amero that would abolish the ones currently used.

Lou Dobbs: North American Union Exposed

Do these special interests desire the chaos of Mexican-style governance over America's constitutional republic? Why are U.S. citizens being reprogrammed to embrace Mexico's efforts to re-colonize the American Southwest in the names of 'multiculturalism' and 'diversity'? Has bipartisan propaganda by immigrant special-interest groups successfully desensitized the American people to the realities of these demographic changes? Like the Greek myth of Cassandra Dobbs' noble efforts were not without consequences, given the truth rarely is. Left-wing propaganda machines Media Matters and the Southern Poverty Law Center immediately attacked him for "racism." Simultaneously, the Federation of American Immigration Reform and CNN's Latinos in America program complained that Dobbs' positions on illegal immigration were 'incompatible' with their agenda. In February 2009, CNN fired Dobbs. Now, 12 years later, Fox News, the 'token right-leaning network' where Dobbs landed quickly after that, axed his highly successful Fox Business Network program ostensibly because of his staunch support for the Trump presidency and the America First agenda. Like with CNN, Dobbs' views weren't compatible with the shared objectives of the Bush/Clinton/Obama/Biden' new world order' held by Fox executive Paul Ryan and Donna Brazile.


Journalist Julia Le Duc’s image of two migrants killed crossing illegally into the United States from Matamoros, Mexico, on Monday, June 17. The Associated Press identified the dead migrants as Óscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez and his 23-month-old daughter, Valeria.

The Democrats are openly orchestrating a region-wide policy of exploiting the rampant political instability throughout Central America. Mexican radicals have long told those illegally crossing the border that the southwestern United States is actually Mexican land, and armed with this propaganda, illegal aliens are increasingly emboldened, violent, and confrontational whenever stopped or questioned by border patrol detail. The result is a Mexican landscape paved with the bones of perhaps hundreds of thousands, even millions, of would-be migrants and victims of human trafficking who, over time, were herded like cattle towards the U.S., yet didn't live to cross over the natural moat that is the Rio Grande. Washington's lead in collaborating with several unstable regimes (Mexico, Nicaragua, Honduras) violates terms set forth under the U.N.'s definition for ethnic cleansing of "… rendering an area ethnically homogeneous by using force or intimidation to remove persons of given groups from the area." Furthermore, "such acts could also fall within the meaning of the Genocide Convention."

Map detailing America’s “11 Nations”.

North of the border, the consequences of Washington's policy of open borders and unchecked illegal immigration are devastating. States like California are plagued by drugs, crime, rats, medieval diseases, and surging homelessness. Human trafficking is increasingly problematic. The Mexican government and cartels (some say they're one and the same) dropped all pretense recognizing the Mexican-US border's legality long ago. Yet, the billboard in L.A. silently communicates another inconvenient truth. After decades of Mexico relentlessly attacking America's sovereignty, an entire region of the United States of America may be assimilated into Los Estados Unidos Mexicanos while few, if anyone, pays attention.

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About the Author:

Jonathan P. Henderson (B.A. in History, Minor in Pol. Sci.; Univ. of Tennessee, 2012) is a resident of Knoxville, TN. He is Owner/Administrator/Editor-in-Chief of The Conservative Historical Review and a blogger/columnist for PolitiChicks and Intellectual Conservative.

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