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MEXICAN RECONQUISTA: Many Mexicans Believe the Southwest USA Belongs to Mexico (video)

Posted by FactReal on May 27, 2010

Why the new Arizona Ethnic Studies Law (House Bill 2281) was needed?
Under the disguised of “ethnic” classes, many schools have been teaching kids to hate this country.

Students are being brainwashed with Chicano lies that proclaim that the Southwest region of the United States belongs to Mexico, i.e., California, Arizona, Texas, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Colorado. They call it “Nation of Aztlan” and they want it back.

This is exactly what infamous radical Marxist teacher/agitator Ron Gochez was referring to when he said at a UCLA rally in California, “Where we now stand is stolen, occupied Mexico!” California as part of occupied Mexico?

No wonder, many Mexican immigrants do not want to assimilate themselves into the American society. They have been taught to see themselves as conquered people and not as immigrants.

(Other video source: Here))

Hannity and Arizona School Superintendent, Tom Horne, explain how many radical Mexican-American studies program are brainwashing our kids into believing that part of the USA belongs to Mexico.

Students are being taught how to become agitators emulating the tactics and gesticulation of the 1960s Chicano radicals. (H/t: FoxNews, 5/24/2010)

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One Response to “MEXICAN RECONQUISTA: Many Mexicans Believe the Southwest USA Belongs to Mexico (video)”

  1. [...] Mexican Reconquest? Arizona, July 29, 2010.- Hundred of protesters harassed and taunted police at the entrance of Sheriff Arpaio’s Maricopa County jail. The protesters waved the Mexican flag in the face of police officers. They also carried a Cuban flag with the image of Marxist killer, Ché Guevara. The leftist agitators are demanding more despite the winning handed to them by Judge Bolton when she blocked the most important parts of SB1070 Arizona immigration law. [...]

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