Making Menudo Without Tripe For “Slowpoke Rodriguez”
“When we take a lunch break, often we go to a ‘cafeteria.’ When we need to take a nap in the afternoon, we take a ‘siesta.’ When politicians show no courage, we say they lack ‘cojones.’ When we want to praise a concert musician, we shout, ‘Bravo!’ When big storms are coming, especially ‘tornados,’ we often blame them on ‘El Niño.’ When we feel shortchanged, we say we got ‘nada.’ When someone flies over the cuckoo’s nest, we describe him as a little ‘loco.’
“When we” take a sentimental stroll down El Camino Real, “The Royal Highway” with Miguel Perez, to discover the beauties and charm of old Spanish California, “we find” the sign posts have invariably been switched to redirect our journey to a strange odyssey based on half truths and outright lies of the Mechista “politically correct” propaganda machine.
Who could possibly take exception to an “innocent” article detailing the virtues of a siesta on the patio, complete with margarita in one hand and taco in the other? Settle back, amigo and enjoy the ride into national oblivion and eclipse, with your courteous Mexican hosts, who inform you your heritage and national anthem is now theirs. For you see, they supersede your advent on the continent!
The natural trajectory of a standard Miguel Perez article is based on the supposition that the befuddled Gringo will now sheepishly admit that he owes a debt of gratitude to the Mexican interloper for “America’s Hispanic heritage.” “ Muchas Gracias, ‘amigo!’”
Here are some Spanish words to describe that thesis: “ basura” y “excremento del puerco.”
Just when the Mechistas of La Reconquista attempted to rewrite the American national anthem and came up short, due to the resolve of the local inhabitant to preserve his cultural cohesion through language and a national anthem– which was NOT a catchy Salsa tune/ fabrication/jingle– a different tact was employed to cloud the issue of American sovereignty. Smoke and mirrors were offered by the Mechista to camouflage the real intent behind bilingual education, “dual citizenship” concepts, “multiculturalism” and “speaking Spanish” as a matter of course, because–according to “Professor” Miguel Perez– Western Civilization in America is based on the Mexican tree, onto which the Anglo has grafted his mere cultural twig.
We don’t need no stinkin’ badges for the gold, amigo! We rewrite things with revisionist history!
“‘We would have to change the name of the congressman’s state,’ I said, trying to restrain my sarcasm. ‘He’s from ‘Colorado.’ We would have to call it ‘Red.’”
Just like you tried to change our national anthem…and failed?
Mr. Perez now takes a figural dive into a Water Mitty reverie which places him smack dab into the shoes of former Mexican president, Vicente Fox, when that Mexican elitist attended a summit in Cancun with former president George W. Bush, ostensibly to marry Mexico to the United States, behind closed doors. The newsreel focused on Fox, who was visibly shaking with mirth, pulling in his chin to stifle a guffaw as our former stumbling, bumbling president (the guy who gave the Mexican occupation army a toehold, with his open borders agenda) babbled a word salad gibberish, where he attempted like Emperor Claudius to spit out his vision of “sausage making” to form a more perfect “North American Union“–with a “common security perimeter” with a failed third world basket case/narco-terrorist-bandito state, at the behest of the international bankers who rule America.
“Laws are like sausages, it is better not to see them being made.”
Otto von Bismarck
“When someone flies over the cuckoo’s nest, we describe him as a little ‘loco.’”
Mr. Perez was granted a national platform on CNN–debating a former presidential candidate and anti-illegal alien invasion icon, no less, so it is understandable that his illusions of grandiosity would place him in the position of “restraining himself,” just as Mexican President Fox did with President Bush’s hen house, since he is such a “statesman” and all, to appear on CNN.
All avenues are apparently open to the mediocre commentator, with a Spanish surname and even the Mexican chicken thief gets a platform!
This writer will now have to restrain his “sarcasm” and let facts speak for themselves by direct Mechista quote:
“We lost, today pero, its time to fight back and win by any means necesary. I am sick of looking at their stupid white faces and shi*t. Tired of it. THIS IS MY HOMELAND! I want us to give them a big reminder of who runs this country on their racist holiday July 4th! The European is my enemy I will send them back where they came from. Communism is not love. Communism is a hammer which we use to crush the enemy. ”
Mao Tse-Tung, courtesy of Frente Zapatista de Liberacion
“We would have to call it Red,” Mr. Perez.
Congressman Tancredo was not “forcing Americans to speak English,” as Perez asserts, when he said: “One of those Americans who favors ‘English-only’ laws and Draconian anti-immigrant measures is Tom Tancredo, the former congressman from Colorado who debated me on CNN — when he was running for president in 2007 — and insisted that we should force all Americans to speak only in English.”
Americans already speak English and those who do not speak it or willfully decline to learn it (like Eulalia Garcia of Brownsville, Texas, who came to America as an infant and was in the country for over a century, but failed to adopt the tongue of the local inhabitants) are not really Americans by any stretch of the imagination. Yet this alien was granted the precious gift of American citizenship, based on a century of tenancy as an official squatter and parasite.
“When we feel shortchanged, we say we got ‘nada.’”
“We may not realize it, but most Americans speak at least a little Spanish. Some Americans complain about the growth of the Spanish language, yet they speak it every day.”
Americans are complaining about the growth of the Mexican demographics in the U.S., based on a cloaked strategy of the Second Mexican War, whereby Mexican hatchlings are inserted by stealth of Mexico, to be incubated in the American nest by the American taxpayer. The ubiquitous use of Spanish is a mere symptom of the greater malady known as “cultural genocide” and absorption at the hands of Mexico, which it prosecutes with the old switcheroo of eggs in the national nest.
The United States of America plays host to Mexico’s parasitic agenda. The presence of “undocumented” Mexican nationals on American soil is a spirochete in the flesh of the national body.
The fact that the old place names of the American Southwest, have been maintained out of respect for Spanish colonization of America, enables the Mechista to feel at home and self-entitled to that which is clearly not his.
Miguel Perez asserts that the original language of North America was Spanish–as if that were Mexican– but this writer begs to differ, in stating that it was old Norse, from the Viking discovery of America, known as “Vinland.”
Perhaps Perez should take his own advice and consult the old Icelandic maps and vellum manuscripts.
Americans are complaining about “anchor babies” used to prosecute the Second Mexican War, which is a blatant race war of extermination against Anglo-Saxon America. “Deguello” is coming to the fore, once again.
The fact that Americans use a little Spanish–not Mexican–in their vocabulary does not qualify Mexican nationals to make any advanced extraterritorial claims regarding American sovereignty and their being “forced to speak English,” when after all, they are unwanted “guests.”
What Perez is really talking about here is called “cultural diffusion” by the anthropologist and it has no more bearing on title to land ownership or American patrimony than say, the fact that “Dear Leader” of North Korea likes to watch Daffy Duck cartoons.
You say apple, I say “red.”
“When we crave something to eat, often we think of ‘chocolate.’ But if we want something more ‘natural,’ perhaps we think of ‘bananas’ or ‘papayas.’ And still we are thinking in Spanish.”
Where does this man get his faulty logic? Now the Mechista would put his brand on common fruit we eat, in the same manner he mars our cities and our public restrooms with his gangland graffiti. Even rocks and plants in public parks fall victim to the Mechista scribbling in spray paint.
“Can you go dancing nowadays and not know the difference between ‘salsa’ and ‘merengue’ or ‘rumba’ and ‘tango’?
How about the difference between excrement and Shinola, “amigo?”
“In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the person’s becoming in every facet an American, and nothing but an American. There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn’t an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag. We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language. And we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.”
“They are irritated by having to hear bilingual announcements on a telephone recording or at the supermarket. In fact, some Americans still are trying to make English the country’s ‘official’ language. Whether they would keep the words with Spanish origin is unclear!”
Hello… wake up, Perez. El Camino Real is still there!
Americans are irritated that bilingual announcements, dual citizenship concepts and anchor babies are being utilized to advance the Mexican cause–not the American.
The American people fully realize that our nation is at war with Mexico and also the fact that our leaders have comported themselves as quislings, in directly thwarting the will of the American people to protect their homeland, roots and culture from encroachments by the Mexican interloper.
“Por La Raza todo, Fuera de La Raza nada!” which means “For the Race, everything, for those outside the Race, nothing!”
Now we are thinking in Spanish!
“Deguello” is my favorite Spanish word, next to “taco.” It means “no quarter” is to be given to the Mexican invader. It falls into strict alignment with ground rules established by Mexico at the Alamo.
Twenty-eight years ago, Carlos Loret de Mola wrote an article, “The Great Invasion: Mexico Recovers Its Own,” in Excelsior, July 20, 1982, the leading newspaper of Mexico City. In words that reverberate today, de Mola noted that “The American Southwest seems to be slowly returning to the jurisdiction of Mexico without the firing of a single shot, nor requiring the least diplomatic action, by means of a steady, spontaneous and uninterrupted occupation.” As he went on to observe:
“The United States is the richest and best organized country in the world, within the limitations of the capitalist system…But the Mexicans in the southern part of this nation continue to be Mexican and even to impress their personality on their surroundings, in limited proportions and yet ever growing…The U.S. upper classes in the western states live in increasing splendor. Their apogee of luxury and comfort doubtlessly marks the inevitable beginning of their decadence. The Mexican invasion continues.…
An open admission of Mexican invasion of America by none other than Mexico’s Poet Laureate.
“In an interesting aside, the Associated Press reported that 50% of Hispanics backed English measure, Proposition 103, on the 2006 Arizona ballot. In fact, as reported in Hispanics help pass laws against illegals: ‘All four of Arizona’s anti-illegal immigration propositions passed by wide margins – and, perhaps surprisingly, several surveys showed that between 40 percent and 50 percent of Hispanics voted for them.’ Evidently, like immigrants of the past, there are many Hispanics who want to integrate into American society and believe English is mandatory.” 
These Hispanics are real Americans, based on their allegiance to the United States of America, NOT Mexico.
“Allan Wall describes how living in Mexico made him an immigration restrictionist. This article has a thorough, stunning account of Mexican hypocrisy around immigration — Mexico’s own laws are anti-bilingual and pro-sovereignty (Mexico’s, that is), with no benefits for illegals, who are summarily deported.” 
Raul Yzaguirre original president of La Raza said, “US English is to Hispanics as the Ku Klux Klan is to blacks.”
If white America speaks some Spanish as a matter of course, the compliment is not repaid by brown Mexican nationals, who refer to themselves as “Latinos” while speaking an Indian dialect and proclaiming the establishment of a new “Mestizo nation” to be composed of parts of annexed American territory.
Spanish is a Romance language, based on Latin and hence the “Latino” designation to Hispanic identity politics, is based on a white patrimony and NOT the Indian heritage of Mexico.
The author falsely asserts the “Hispanic heritage” of the United States of America, when most of our presidents and founding fathers came from the British Isles. He would grab the “whole enchilada” based on a few place names, as is the custom with these self-entitled Mechistas.
Essentially, Spanish–as already mentioned– is a European tongue and does not represent the native Indian culture of Mexico, with its Mixtecs, Aztecs, Zapotecs, Olmecs, Toltecs, etc.
The Mehcista mindset disavows the Hispanic heritage, to proclaim a “bronze continent” composed of “Aztecs,” so the author’s “point” is moot.
“Yet those who are in denial about America’s Hispanic heritage and about the Spanish language they already speak are usually the ones who insist on a monolingual, English-only society and strong immigration enforcement. And yes, there is even a Spanish/English word to describe the anti-immigrant self-appointed guards of our border with Mexico: ‘vigilantes.’”
Perez sounds like the old fox, Vicente Fox, once again.
There are also those who are in denial about where the international border lies, as asserted by a long line of Mexican presidents:
Mexican President Zedillo proclaimed that “I have proudly affirmed that the Mexican nation extends beyond the territory enclosed by its borders.”
Speech given before National Council of “La Raza,” Chicago, July 27, 1997
“Zedillo then announced his support for a new dual-citizenship law just introduced in the Mexican legislature: ‘My government proposes a constitutional amendment to allow with the right and the desire to acquire another nationality to do so without first being forced to give up his or her Mexican nationality…Viva La Raza! Viva Mexico!’” 
“ ‘Mexico does not end at its borders. … Where there is a Mexican, there is Mexico.’ That astonishing claim, by Mexican President Felipe Calderon, in his state of the nation address at the National Palace Sunday, brought his audience wildly cheering to its feet.
Were the United States a serious nation, Calderon’s claim that Mexico extends into the United States would have produced an instant demand from the U.S. ambassador for clarification. Failing to receive it, he would have packed his bags, and the United States would be on the verge of severing diplomatic relations.
In an earlier time, U.S. troops would be rolling to the border.
For this is not the first time an arrogant Mexican ruler has made a claim to extra-territorial rights inside the United States and, indeed, to U.S. territory. Mexico’s presidents have gotten into a habit of suborning treason against the United States.”
Patrick J. Buchanan
“As demonstrated throughout history, and more recently by Quebec and the Balkans, a nation needs a common language, culture, and heritage which is summed up in the motto of the United States: E Pluribus Unum (‘Out Of Many, One’)”. 
“Mexican Immigration Commissioner Juan Hernandez stated, ‘We have recognized that the Mexican population is 100 million in Mexico and the 23 million who live in the United States. … We are a united nation.’” 
“What these Mexicans politicians are saying is that Mexico extends into the United States, and the first loyalty of all men and women of Mexican ancestry is, no matter where they live, to Mexico.
Mexico’s rulers believe in a nation of history, blood and soil that pre-existed, and supersedes, any pledge of allegiance any Mexican may make to another country, especially to the United States.” 
We are a nation under active annexation by Mexico. That is a “basic reality,” for the digestion of Senor Perez; so our “paranoia” which is really our resolve on national defense, is not really “unfounded.” It is based on knowledge–not the “ignorance” Miguel Perez spuriously charges Americans with.
For some insight on where this is heading, note the 1/1/07 commentary “Believe it or Not in America in 2007 There’s A Forbidden Zone Where Blacks Risk Death If They Enter In” by Earl Hutchinson, a Black American (his race is only pertinent to put the commentary into proper perspective) political analyst and social issues commentator, in the
The Hutchinson Political Report where he comments:
“There’s no physical sign, barrier, or even a chalk line that marks the zone where a Black can’t enter at the risk of grave harm. But the zone is there, and Blacks know that if they enter it they can be beat, shot at, or killed. The twist is that the forbidden line is not in a redneck, backwoods, and Deep South town during the rigid and violent Jim Crow segregation era. The bigger twist is that the Klan, Neo-Nazis, racist skinheads, and bikers didn’t establish the racially restrictive zone. Purported Latino gang members established it. The forbidden zone is in a small, mixed ethnic bedroom community in Los Angeles. The year is 2007, not 1947. 
We know the difference between “macho” and “machismo,” between an “armada” and an “armadillo,” and we can tell a “peso” a “plaza” and a “poncho” apart.
We know the difference between “immigrant” and “illegal alien,” between an “armada” made of boat people and an orderly immigration system( based on national need for skilled labor from the Orient) and we also know a “racist” from a “patriot.” We can tell a “communist” a “Mexican invader” and a “Hispanic American” apart. Most often, communist and invader merge into a common designation, known as “enemy combatant.”
“When it comes to language, these are people who refuse to accept some basic realities… Their paranoia is unfounded and based on ignorance.”
The basic reality is that you have been “called,” Mr. Perez! Throw down and don’t crawfish the bet with more tripe! Americans prefer real meat with their hominy.
© Thor H. Asgardson