Thursday, May 05, 2011

I’m not celebrating Cinco de Mayo today

Repost from Wednesday, May 5, 2010
I’m not celebrating Cinco de Mayo today because there is nothing to honor in the memory of Mexico Independence. Mexico is attempting so hard to become dependent on the United States that it has became a laughingstock and shame among nations. Cinco de Mayo commemorates the victory of the Mexican militia over the French army at the Battle of Puebla in 1862.

The observance started after Mexico gained independence from Spain in 1821 following a difficult and bloody struggle in addition to a number of internal political takeovers and wars. Those wars included the Mexican-American War (1846-1848) and the Mexican Civil War of 1858, which shredded Mexico's national economy. Because of these wars Mexico was indebted to several nations, including Spain, England and France, these nations demanded repayment. Similarly, Mexico was indebted to the United States and this debt was settled after the Mexican-American War.

France, looking to expand its empire, used debt owed to it as an issue to further its goals of establishing leadership in Mexico and took action to install Napoleon III`s relative, Archduke Maximilian of Austria, as ruler of Mexico.

Although American President Abraham Lincoln was sympathetic to Mexico’s cause -- for which he is honored in Mexico -- the United States, embroiled in its own Civil War, was unable to provide any direct assistance.

The French army encountered strong resistance near Puebla, led by Mexican General Ignacio Zaragoza and a smaller, poorly armed militia estimated at 4,500-5,000 ill-equipped Mestizo and Zapotec Indians, who defeated the well-outfitted French army of 6,500 soldiers and stopped the invasion of the country. The victory helped to develop a needed sense of Mexican national unity, and is the cause for the historical date’s celebration.

However, I will not be celebrating the day because there is no longer any Mexican national unity, there is no longer any Mexican national pride, and there is no longer any bravery among Mexicans. There is only the conspiracy by the Mexican government to subvert U.S. law so that the government of Mexico and the people of Mexico are dependent on the United States of America. There is nothing to celebrate.

There are only the 40 million illegal aliens in the United States who have left Mexico to come here to steal from the U.S. economy because they do not have the wherewithal to make their own country work. Neither do they have the wherewithal to fight for their own country.

It is apparent that the Mexican people haven't the pride to fly the Mexican flag in the streets of Mexico. Instead in pitiful sights across America Mexicans flew U.S. flags (after backlash after several marches which they flew Mexican flags) in the streets of the United States on May 1, 2010. All the flag waving is purposed to have the United States change its laws in order to allow illegal aliens to live here while their own country rots from corruption and malfeasance.

In addition, Mexicans steal daily American citizenship for their children by abusing the 14th amendment of the U.S. Constitution which was meant for Black children of slaves who were born in this country but denied citizenship to the country that their mothers and fathers were enslaved in.

Blacks were brought to America, their language and knowledge of their homeland were stolen from them. After 300 years of slavery, Blacks then endured 50 to 100 years of Jim Crow discrimination but they were still not recognized as citizens of this country though generations of black were born here.

In contrast Mexicans sneak across the border have their babies on U.S. soil, which is a misapplication of the 14th amendment. They do this to root themselves here by falsely manufacturing faux U.S. citizens. This is a clear violation of what the constitutional intention of why the 14th amendment was enacted.

There is no way that people who willingly leave their own country, people who have their own language and people who have no legacy of 300 years of systemic dehumanization can claim the civil rights mantra that Mexicans have claimed in order to take advantage of the schools, jobs and health care of America.

I’m not celebrating Cinco de Mayo today because there is no independence in Mexico. There is only shame to be a Mexican and shame to be from a country that is as corrupt and worthless as Mexico.

Mexico is the armpit of the world. If it wasn’t why would it’s people reject it like they are doing and why are Mexico’s people attempting to invade the United States?

I’ll tell you why, as harsh and politically incorrect as it may sound, the country of Mexico has very little to nothing to be proud. Why celebrate independence when you are illegal alien invaders in someone else’s country trying to suck that country dry of it’s resources because you are too pathetic to fight for economic freedom in your own country.

Have an Unhappy Cinco de Mayo Mexico