Death of a Nation as a Mexican Flag Flies Over an L.A. Post-Office
Here you can clearly see a heated example of a growing trend. Not only are Mexican Flags inter-mixed with American ones at private businesses everywhere across the country, but now a Mexican flag is posted over a federal institution.
In a demonstration last Saturday, August 26, 2006, Mexican protesters pulled down the American flag and raised a Mexican flag over a Los Angeles Post Office. Counter-protesters against the flag raising point out that the Hispanic organization La Raza is racist and that the California economy simply cannot sustain any further illegals. A diverse crowd of protesters chanted "Save Our State" and "U.S.A."
The U.S. government has facilitated, encouraged and allowed this infiltration and cultural take-over to break us into the American Union.
Main stream media has begun to cover the NAFTA superhighway brought in not by an act of Congress or a vote by U.S. citizens, but rather through the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, an agreement between Canada, the United States and Mexico that was officially announced March 23, 2005.
The official agenda is discussed on the White House website.
But that's all behind the scenes. On the streets, the reconquista is the cultural battle for Hispanic dominance in the southwest U.S. and much of the rest of the country.
Illegal immigration is at an all-time high, and Bush's recently announced non-amnesty program will actually be the biggest amnesty ever. The answer to illegal immigration, apparently, is to merge North American nations together so that there is no "immigration" to be considered illegal.
Make no mistake, United States sovereignty as we know it is over. America is effectively merged into a pan-region and will move towards a unified currency. Don't forget, George W. Bush was waving a Mexican flag during his campaign for re-election in 2004 (at 4:28 into campaign video, posted below). His true loyalties and the extent of his agenda is just under the surface. Bush says in the second minute,"If the United States Hispanic population were a Latin American country, it would be the third largest. It would also be the richest."
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