Sunday, May 23, 2010

Reconquista Warning?


Sheriff "Joe" Arpaio of Maricopa County, Arizona,
wants to know the meaning of the Sonora ad placed in the Arizona Republic.

Sheriff "Joe" recognizes the hidden meanings behind this supposedly innocent
travel ad.
Although unacknowledged by bureaucrats and the media,
the Mexican-American War is being re-fought and this time,
we're losing.

The Reconquistadors or Reconquistas as they are more commonly known,
are trying to reach a broader audience to their dream of going back to a
1836 Mexico.

This public relations effort has been going on for some time,
as witnessed by this Absolut vodka marketing campaign that was
specifically targeted to Mexicans by promoting their idea of

Because of this campaign, Absolut vodka has been banned from all Connecticut
Survivalist Alliannce (CSA) social gatherings.

Mexico is purposely creating an atmosphere of fear along the border,
which is only going to worsen with the pending release of Robert Rodriguez's film "Machete".
To further inflame passions, Texas taxpayers are being asked to provide financial support for the racist violence-packed movie that plays off the tensions of illegal immigration.

After the negative publicity, Rodriguez claims that the
fake trailer was a joke.

Well señor Rodriguez, nobody's laughing and Texas taxpayers should not be asked
to provide an incentive to your warped sense of humor.
The Reconquista Illegal immigration in the southwest is no joke.
Individuals such as yourself want to trivialize the matter,
until it's too late to do anything about it.

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