Asta la Reconquista
I'll be back -- the Terminator

Mexifornia, Five Years Later

While it is true that no one knows exactly how many are here illegally from Mexico and Latin America, both sides in the debate often accept as reasonable estimates of 11 to 12 million illegals—with an additional 500,000 to 1 million arriving per year. Given porous borders, such guesses about the number of illegal aliens in the United States are outdated almost as soon as they are published.

The Second Mexican War

By Lawrence Auster
War does not have to consist of armed conflict

The Mexican invasion of the United States began decades ago as a spontaneous migration of ordinary Mexicans into the U.S. seeking economic opportunities. It has morphed into a campaign to occupy and gain power over our country—a project encouraged, abetted, and organized by the Mexican state and supported by the leading elements of Mexican society.

It is, in other words, war. War does not have to consist of armed conflict. War can consist of any hostile course of action undertaken by one country to weaken, harm, and dominate another country. Mexico is waging war on the U.S. through mass immigration illegal and legal, through the assertion of Mexican national claims over the U.S., and through the subversion of its laws and sovereignty, all having the common end of bringing the southwestern part of the U.S. under the control of the expanding Mexican nation, and of increasing Mexico’s political and cultural influence over the U.S. as a whole ...

Anti-immigration forces warn of plot

LOS ANGELES - On the far fringes of the pro-immigration movement, some Hispanic activists openly yearn for the day when immigrants rise up and retake the American Southwest, more than 150 years after the U.S. annexed it.

Mainstream immigration advocacy groups — as well as academics and experts on nearly all sides of the illegal immigration issue — dismiss these "reconquista" notions as rhetorical, not to be taken seriously ...

"It doesn‘t end with secession," Norwood wrote. "The final plan includes the ethnic cleansing of Americans of European, African and Asian descent out of Aztlan."

Mexico‘s huge territorial losses were a result of defeat in the Mexican-American War. The 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ceded what are now California, Utah and Nevada, and parts of present-day Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico and Wyoming, to the United States.

"Aztlan belongs to those who plant the seeds, water the fields, and gather the crops and not to the foreign Europeans," the manifesto reads. "With our heart in our hands and our hands in the soil, we declare the independence of our mestizo nation. We are a bronze people with a bronze culture."

Many prominent Hispanics, like Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and former California Lt. Gov. Cruz Bustamante, were once members of MEChA, and that only convinces some anti-immigration critics that the radicals are taking over ...

Of course, nobody, apart from the Aborigines, would claim native title in Australia. Or would they?

Muslim Mabo Title

Most of us probably can still remember clearly Sheikh al Hilaly’s rants about Muslim rights to claim Australia:
"The Western people are the biggest liars and oppressors and especially the English race. The Anglo-Saxons who arrived in Australia arrived in shackles. We paid for passports from our own pockets. We have a right in Australia more than they have.

But when you become acquainted with their (Aboriginal) traditions among their tribes, you find that they have customs such as circumcision, marriage ceremonies, respect for tribal elders, and burial of the dead – all customs that show that they were connected to ancient Islamic culture before the Europeans set foot in Australia."
Unfortunately Hilaly’s claim to Australia is not as trivial and ridiculous as you might think. Let’s visit an official Australian source ... Just enter the Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade website ... It says:
"Muslims in Australia have a long and varied history that is thought to pre-date European settlement. Some of Australia's earliest visitors were Muslims from the east Indonesian archipelago, who made contact with mainland Australia as far back as far as the 16th -17th centuries, ...

Evidence of these early visitors can be found in the similarity of certain words which occur in both the language of the Macassar and coastal Indigenous Australians ..."
If you still think it is a far fetched and funny claim, look at France where during the November-December 2005 riots when the French riot police tried to ‘reclaim the area of Clichy-sous-Bois from the Muslim mob, the popular demand of the rioters was: “French authorities, get out of the OCCUPIED TERRITORIES!!”

How long before our own “disgruntled” Muslim youth will claim Lakemba, Punchbowl and Greenacre as their Palestine?


The Second Mexican War - View From the Right
The Second Mexican War - Front Page Magazine
Mexifornia, Five Years Later
Anti-immigration forces warn of plot - USA Today
Muslim Mabo Title - Australian Islamist Monitor



  1. With regard to early 'muslim' visitors that what they were visitors.

    A few Indonesian fishermen came regularly across the waters and fished off the coast off Western Australia looking for beche de mer or sea slug. They didnt settle and barely landed although the odd word entered neighbouring aboriginal dialects.

    This attempt to portray the influence of msulims is a furphy as we say here, it is Islamic irredntism and a land grab.

    There is a longheld desire of salafists/wahabists etc. here like hilaly, omran and our home grown hizb ut-tahrir mob et al. to play up the early presence of 'muslims' but their presence was incredibly minor. Even more irrelevant was the impact of Islam as another religion/ideology/lifestyle or set of ideas. Aboriginal people had distinct, unique cultures that owe nothing to Islam whatsoever. For gods sake it is a strange thing to be claiming the right to be the one that introduced circumcision anyway .

    Furthermore, at the time of English settlement there was estimated to be only around 1 million aboriginal inhabitants who were part of perhaps 240 or so separate language groups with maybe 600 dialects.

    Our land itself is enormous and population density was incredibly low. For example you can fit France just into the bottom western bit of our state called Western Australia. Switzerland could fit wasily into Tasmania and Tassie is so little to us!

    Estimates of numbers vary of course, however, despite the presence of long internal trade routes for bartering there was almost no communication between our many aboriginal peoples.

    The vocabularies are different but related, customs vary and the people themselves look different from south to north, east to west.

    The Aboriginal languages of Australia are also amazing and linguistically unique and not similar to indonesian/melanesian. Certainly there is not a skerrick of Arabic historical or otherwise worth a mention.

    The state of Tasmania also for example, has been cut off from the mainland of Australia for about 10,000 years I think nor were any Aboriginal groups sea-faring, in fact there was widespread suspicion of the sea.

    The influence of 'afghan' camel herders was however quite strong just in the centre of Australia although this term afghan was used to refer to many more people - pakistanis, punjabis etc. who came out here. Culturally though they had no impact to speak of as there were not a lot but we named a cross-country train after them called The Ghan as they were great trekkers.

    The fact is that our pet Islamic fanatics here talk utter crap and do not know their own histories (ie Egypt in Hilali's case) let alone the history of the Aboriginal people and of Australia.

    Hilaly and his ilk are quite dangerous islamists who, like their 'brothers' agitating in concert for special treatment in places like Michigan, Canada, London and even NZ unfortunately work to undermine the country which has offered them not merely a safe and prosperous harbour but public welfare and freedom to spread poison, chauvisnism and untruths in their suburban mosques.

    The salafist supremacists here are just more bastards in a long modern chain of people who want to steal and destroy what others built and own.

    They will lose of course but they are operating within a long war timeframe and they know it, not everyone else here realises what these shitheads are doing.

    Msulim values whether salfist or not are not even remotely like our Australian values and neither can a parallel between rich Aboriginal culture and reinvented mohammedan culture be made with any honesty. Liars the pack of them and they are preying on the world's ignorance and good intentions.

  2. Hi ro,

    Thanks for the history lesson. It confirms what I thought, that Hilali has taken a bizarre interpretation of history. And it reinforces the whole point of this story: that the mindset of Hilali is to fabricate and twist to suit his purposes. And it is this mindset which speaks volumes about his character: one which cannot be trusted, and must be watched at every turn. And, being in a position of leadership, the character of his associates and followers must similarly be questioned.

  3. America, however, should fear other consequences, too. The Kosovo Albanians claimed Kosovo for two reasons: (a) because long, very long ago, before the province was Serbian, it used to be theirs and (b) because today they have become a majority in the province. America granted them their wish and forced Serbia out.

    What if tomorrow Hispanics in California (or Texas) push for the independence of Southern California (or Southern Texas), arguing (a) that a long time ago, before these provinces became Anglo-American, they were Mexican and (b) that Hispanics have now become a majority there? Applying the Kosovo logic of Bill Clinton and George Bush, Washington should then be forced out of Southern California by an international army of European, Russian and Chinese troops who would establish an independent “nation” there.

  4. An official of the Mexican consulate in San Diego has been caught on camera saying "This has been, and will be Mexico."