This is what President Bush and the political machines loyal to him have been promoting for the last seven years with your tax dollars. HR-1999, also known as the “Hope Fund Act of 2007″(Hope To Destroy America Act), sponsored by Rep. Ruben Hinojosa-TX dist. 15 who sits on the Committe Of Financial Services, and co-sponsored by Rep. Ed Pastor-AZ dist. 4, who as chance might have it has a nice cushy top tier seat on the Committee Of Appropriations. And of course there is Rep. Rick Renzi-AZ dist. 1 (probably still being questioned by the FBI for corruption allegations), Rep. Silvestre Reyes-TX dist. 16, (a handy friend for La Raza being as though he heads up the Permanent Select Committee On Intelligence and sits on the Committee On Armed Services). And lets not forget Rep. Barney Frank-MA dist. 4, who just so happens to head up the Committee On Financial Services. Talk about stacking the deck. <sniff, sniff> Smell that? The stench of political corruption and inside deals are overwhelming in this piece of legislation.
Federal expenditures already given to La Raza front organizations since 2000 average nearly 10 million dollars every year even without the additional 10 million anually proposed in HR-1999. If that were to become legislative law, we would then be giving a self proclaimed militant racist organization hell bent on taking over the southwestern third of the United States as it’s own, 20 million dollars a year, forever, to help them achieve their goal.
One must wonder about the underlying motive here. Does the Oligarchy in Washington really want to hand one third of the nation over to Mexico without a fight? Or is La Raza a useful idiot in it’s use as a pawn to create rebellion sufficient enough to broaden the appeal of a North American Union. History has shown the world that Mexico is altogether unable to form and keep a government, let alone a country. They have been in shambles since the Spanish were evicted from leadership. Benito Juarez brought his liberal ideals of pseudo-freedom to the people, and in turn, ruin to the country. The notion of a North American Union, is probably the last hope for Mexico.
While it is their best and last hope, it would be our greatest mistake. Ask any Canadian what they think of the idea. They’re not too thrilled with the prospect either. The only ones that benefit from such a move would be big business and finance, and of course our favorite and most protected third world country to the immediate south.