Sunday, November 4, 2007

Is The Mexican Manifesto . . . Mein Kampf Revisited?

Is The Mexican Manifesto . . . Mein Kampf Revisited?
by Daneen Peters
Founder and Author

Did the government of Mexico borrow their concept of 'demographic warfare' from Nazi Germany? Did you know that in Mein Kampf, Hitler espoused the belief that there was a need for Lebensraum ('living space' i.e., land and raw materials). He expected to find that land to the East. It was an important part of the Nazi ideology. It provided the motivation for "Germany's expansionist policies" in order to "provide extra space for the growth of the German population" and to create a "Greater Germany."

MECha's North America It is obvious that the Mexican government is sponsoring and promoting their version of Lebensraum in their Mexican Manifesto. The invading Mexican 'army' of illegal aliens who loudly proclaim they are here to reconquista American territory and create a Greater Mexico is prima facie evidence that the Mein Kampf Nazi ideology of 'demographic warfare' exists. The application of the Lebensraum concept became crystal clear when Mexico's current President Felipe Calderon, arrogantly announced in his, September 3, 2007, state-of-the-nation address, that: "Wherever there is a Mexican . . . that is Mexico." His statement is NOT to be taken lightly.

Note: To find out what the Mexican Manifesto is, and why our government subversively promotes bilingualism throughout America, read my latest publication: Using Bilingualism to Subvert America found here.

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