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Reconquista

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Would a Reconquista do American culture any good?

Yes
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40%
No
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60%
I don't care one way or the other!
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Total votes: 5

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Post by The_Hero_of_Men » March 31st, 2012, 4:11 am

I have heard Mexicans talk about a "Reconquista", and I wonder, would it be a good thing or not?
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Post by onezero4u » March 31st, 2012, 4:28 am

without welfare, wic, affirmative action, or their gangsters....why not?
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Post by zboy1 » March 31st, 2012, 5:00 am

No, not when you consider how violent Mexican Americans and Hispanics tend to be when they come over to this country. And I'm not talking about Hispanics living in their own countries; I'm talking about the ones that are Americanized. Their culture breeds violence, welfare babies, gangs, and a hatred towards Whites, Blacks, and Asians. This country will turn into a Third World country if La Raza and all the other Hispanic supremacists have their way.

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Post by OutWest » March 31st, 2012, 5:13 am

zboy1 wrote:No, not when you consider how violent Mexican Americans and Hispanics tend to be when they come over to this country. And I'm not talking about Hispanics living in their own countries; I'm talking about the ones that are Americanized. Their culture breeds violence, welfare babies, gangs, and a hatred towards Whites, Blacks, and Asians. This country will turn into a Third World country if La Raza and all the other Hispanic supremacists have their way.


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@ zboy1 and OutWest

Post by The_Hero_of_Men » March 31st, 2012, 5:59 am

Maybe you two gentlemen are ruight, but name a Third World country that is a bastion of feminism.
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Re: @ zboy1 and OutWest

Post by zboy1 » March 31st, 2012, 6:13 am

The_Hero_of_Men wrote:Maybe you two gentlemen are ruight, but name a Third World country that is a bastion of feminism.


Well, you're forgetting that these Hispanics are American in behavior and attitudes. They are not Mexicans, Guatemalans, Venezuelans, Dominicans, etc. It's like how Asian Americans may be Asians in terms of ethnicity and race, but they act very differently than the people living in Asia. I know when I visit S. Korea, I can see how much my attitudes, mindset, and behaviors is different from the Koreans living over there--even though I am Korean American.

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Post by MrPeabody » March 31st, 2012, 6:43 am

I have found that ordinary Mexicans in Mexico tend to have positive feelings about the United States. La Raza is basically a pseudo-intellectual racist hate group located in the US and not Mexico.

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Post by FreeYourMind » March 31st, 2012, 6:58 am

You should explain what you mean by "reconquista," which would make the poll more interesting. The U.S. government wants to let every race and group into the U.S. landmass to make a "universal nation" lol. Yeh, at gunpoint and with cameras in every home and on every street corner. Forced multiracialism is always a mistake.

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Post by Jester » April 9th, 2012, 10:39 pm

FreeYourMind wrote:You should explain what you mean by "reconquista," which would make the poll more interesting. The U.S. government wants to let every race and group into the U.S. landmass to make a "universal nation" lol. Yeh, at gunpoint and with cameras in every home and on every street corner. Forced multiracialism is always a mistake.


Absolutely agree. Plenty of good folks among the newcomers, but the bad ones slip in 'cause it suits the crooks and perverts pulling the strings to leave borders open and offer goodies. They treat average people as lab rats. Even my Mexican gf's family understand they've been allowed in here because it suits the PTB to hold wages down.

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Post by Jester » April 9th, 2012, 10:54 pm

MrPeabody wrote:I have found that ordinary Mexicans in Mexico tend to have positive feelings about the United States. La Raza is basically a pseudo-intellectual racist hate group located in the US and not Mexico.


Absolutely. My area is all-immigrant (no American-born chicanos) and noone I know wants the southwest to become a crime-ridden, jobless mess like what they came from. They just want to be allowed to live here, and to get legal if they're not. Not that I'm for more "amnesty", I'm just saying there is no "revanchist" or Reconquista type agenda. That stuff is probably funded by George Soros NGO or the CIA as a provocation. A few loudmouths and a camera make a YouTube video.

Other provocations funded by U.S., U.K., and Israel in recent decades include outfits like the "Weathermen", Black September, Baader-Meinhof Gang, Red Army Brigades, Abu Nidal, AL Qaeda/Bin Laden. They like to take an existing pressure group and split into a reasonable part and a violent, radical part - both of which they hope to control. More dials to turn.

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That doesn't mean you have to like the immigrants that are here, of course!

They do milk the system and take all they can. Immigration wouldn't be such a problem if not for the welfare state and chaotic public schools.

If we had deportations of all the family from abuela to primo to nena when someone does a crime, it would clear up fast.

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