Ultima Thule

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Saturday, May 28, 2005

First Mexifornia -- then MexAmerica

By Aussiegirl

Newsmax.com carries the following from Mexico's EL UNIVERSAL ONLINE -- whose roots is he talking about?:

LA Mayor: Mexico Will Shape My Policies

Los Angeles mayor-elect Antonio Villaraigosa said Wednesday that Mexico will play an important role in shaping his policies, reports Mexico's EL UNIVERSAL Online.

"We are starting a new era. Instead of closing the borders, as stated by Schwarzenegger, we should look at our border as an opportunity," Villaraigosa said.

"This is a time of great importance, not just for us to rediscover our roots, but looking to create a mutually beneficial relationship," added the city's first Latino mayor since 1872.

The top L.A. Democrat lamented that the recent passage by Congress of The Real ID Act would prevent illegal aliens from getting driver's licenses if signed into law.

"Politicians in the United States need to understand that immigrants come here for the same reason that immigrants have always come: To work," Villaraigosa told EL UNIVERSAL. "Instead of punishing and demonizing them, we should try to integrate them."


At 7:04 PM, Anonymous Pindar said...

Another ominous development in the ongoing dissolution of America's borders/language/culture (to quote Michael Savage). Such words as "mutually beneficial relationship", why, who could argue with such a bland statement? But look what we learn in an article in today's World Net Daily: Villaraigosa was the president of the UCLA branch of MEChA, whose stated aim, and I quote from the article, is "the physical liberation of Occupied America". And look who's doing the "punishing and demonizing", not us non-Latinos, that's for sure! Here's the link to the article.


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