Ningunas Vueltas

Ningunas Vueltas – No Returns, or at least that’s what several Mexican border towns are hoping to be able to tell returning Mexican citizens in the wake of the recent Immigration legislation in Arizona. As a result of the Reconquista del Arizona by America, Mexico’s border town are expecting and dreading a massive influx of returning Mexicans.

A delegation of nine Mexican state legislators from Sonora traveled to Tucson, AZ to make the case against Arizona’s new employer sanctions law. These lawmakers say that such a law – that will effectively force Mexican illegal immigrants to return home – will have a devastating affect on the Mexican state. Ningunas Vueltas, por favor!

How can they pass a law like this? There is not one person living in Sonora who does not have a friend or relative working in Arizona

— Leticia Amparano Gamez
Representative for Nogales

The Mexican lawmakers said that Sonora cannot handle the demand for housing, jobs and schools it will face as illegal Mexican workers in Arizona return to their hometowns without jobs or money.

Maybe these Mexican lawmakers need to spend less time trying to enforce their ideas on the sovereign nation of the United States of America and more time on developing their own economy. They definitely need to spend less time and money on training Mexicans in how to infiltrate America’s borders.

Of course in truth the Mexican government doesn’t want their citizens to return to Mexico; they’re worth too much to the Mexican economy while their in the US. In 2006 alone Mexicans – combined legal and illegal – living in the United States sent 23.1 billion US dollars back home to Mexico. This places remittances from America third after oil and maquiladora exports as a foreign-exchange generator for Mexico!

It’s quite clear that the Mexican government has something to be gained from illegal migration and has, since the 1980s, promoted the idea of dual nationalities for those who are willing to sneak themselves across the American border.

A very grateful H/T to Bold Color Conservative for his original post and links.

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Reconquista del Arizona

Arizona State Flag.jpgAfter years of turning a blind eye to illegal immigration and illegal hiring practices that essentially enslave illegal immigrant workers, Phoenix, AZ has taken the first significant step of la reconquista de Arizono – the reconquest of Arizona. American’s have started to take back the state of Arizona.

There are estimated to be 579,000 illegals in the state of Arizona, making up 12 percent of the state’s work force, according to the Center for Immigration Studies. The reconquest of Arizona by America will take a long time, but we’ve started at last.

Before December 3, 2007 the Phoenix Police Department was prohibited from contacting either the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement ( ICE) or the Border Patrol when they apprehended a criminal who was suspected of being an illegal alien except under special circumstances. Previously Police Operations Order 1.4 prevented local Phoenix law enforcement from contact the ICE or Border Patrol except in specially dictated circumstances. This has caused Phoenix, AZ to become a “Sanctuary City”.

It took the shooting death of of a Phoenix Police officer by an illegal immigrant from Mexico to get Phoenix’s Mayor Phil Gordon (D) to start revising the antiquated Operations Order 1.4.

When it was written, it was right for local law enforcement and our community. But it was written in another time – and it was based on the premise that the federal government would fulfill all its responsibilities regarding immigration enforcement. Obviously, that has changed.

Mayor Phil Gordon

Mayor Gordon has revised the antiquated policy and it is being reviewed now by former U.S. Attorney Paul Charlton, former U.S. Attorney Jose Rivera, former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods and former Maricopa County Attorney Rick Romley. They have been asked to make their decision by December 31.

As you would be wise to expect, the pro-immigrant and Hispanic communities are in an uproar over this. Some of their more vocal members have even accused Phoenix’s mayor of being in the pay of “Minutemen, Nazis, and KKK!” Despite their protests and the 500,000+ criminals backing them, I don’t believe these invaders can keep their hold on the state of Arizona once America decides to take it back.

So…since a battle cry should be able to be understood by the enemy – Reconquista del Arizona!

A big tip of the hat to Ed Gruberman for the source for this article.

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