Sunday, May 9, 2010

The Truth About The Treaty of Hidalgo

"All of that brief history is very accurate, and it establishes a firm foundation, that the American Southwest is the rightful and legal property of the United States of America, and not the property of Mexico. Texas and U.S. military forces have repeatedly defeated Mexican aggression, and each time, Mexico's duly elected governments have signed treaties, ceding all claims to the Southwest, and millions of dollars in compensation has been paid to Mexico. But the forces of Republica del Norte` and La Voz de Aztlan, and all of their cohorts and co-conspirators, are declaring that America stole this land from Mexico. Furthermore, Carreon and Truxillo ignore the fact that their Hispanic ancestors are the true, original thieves of Aztlan and Mexico itself, being seized by Spanish explorers, who paid nobody anything for the land they claimed, and in fact, butchered and murdered hundreds of thousands of Incas, Aztecs, Myans and Apache Indians. Some of the most horrific atrocities ever committed against any of the native peoples of North America, were committed by Mexicans and their Spanish ancestors. The legendary Apache Geronimo, after his defeat, frequently recounted to listeners, how Mexican soldiers raped and murdered his wife and young adolescent daughters, as well as hundreds of his fellow Apache's. General Santa Anna, after his victory at the Alamo, marched to Goliad, Texas and defeated Colonel James Fannin and his command. Fannin and some 290 survivors surrendered, and were then systematically tortured and murdered by Santa Anna and his men."

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