‘Reconquer’ southwest U.S. movement based on junk history

This month marks the 171st anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo; the 1848 agreement that ended the Mexican-American War and secured for the U.S. most of the lands of California, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona, and Utah, as well as small parts of Colorado and Kansas.

That it came just before President Trump refused in his State of the Union address to commit to an amnesty-for-wall deal was actually coincidental. Although the land granted under the Treaty was exchanged for money and debt-relief (and ratified by large majorities of both the Mexican and Democrat-led U.S. senates), today the transfer is routinely characterized as an act of theft. Because of this, so the argument goes, both a border wall along those lands and a denial of amnesty are respectively illegitimate and unjust.

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10 Responses to ‘Reconquer’ southwest U.S. movement based on junk history

  1. Jeremy says:

    Gadsden Purchase. Not only did we buy it, we paid for it twice.

  2. redbear762 says:

    Oh hell, give them California back…

  3. Elmo says:

    It’s interesting that Reconquista is taught in Mexican schools. I didn’t know that.
    No wonder many of the invaders come here with attitudes that will never permit assimilation.

    • Bert says:

      Read anything of Heather MacDonalds” immigration writings to learn how bad things are.

      The immigration solution : a better plan than today’s
      Author: Heather Mac Donald; Victor Davis Hanson; Steven Malanga

      You will be shitting your pants before you finish reading this one.

  4. Alex Lund says:

    I once visited the site “La Voz de Aztlan” or so and read about this treaty and why it was no longer valid. Compared to those Reconquista guys the german expelles are downright sane and with both feet on the ground.

  5. SgtBob says:

    Any time anybody talks about the US “stealing Mexican land,” my response is, “How did Mexico come into possession?” Proof that those who do not learn history are doomed to stupid.

  6. singlestack says:

    Reconquista de Aztlan has been official Mexican government policy for many years.
    The demographic invasion now coming to a head is 4G war conducted by Mexico in pursuance of that policy.
    Full scale invasion, conquest, occupation and regime change by the US military would be justified.

  7. Mike_C says:

    “This is not the United States. This is Occupied Aztlan! And I am a member of the glorious Bronze Race. That makes me a TRUE CITIZEN of Aztlan. Now fuck off and die, pinche gringo.”

    Go on: If you don’t know what it is, look up “Bronze Race” — and the even better “La raza cosmica”. Yeah, cosmica, not “comical”. I’m certainly not laughing.

  8. =T. Wrangler= says:

    Remember the Alamo.

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