The ‘Reconquista’—Mexico’s Dream of ‘Retaking’ the Southwest

By John Tiffany. Some Mexicans and Mexican-Americans want to see California, New Mexico and other parts of the United States given to Mexico. They call it the “reconquista,” Spanish for “reconquest,” and they view the millions of Mexican illegal aliens entering this country as their army of invaders to achieve that takeover.

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To an extent, they also have actual armed soldiers of the Mexican army, along with mercenaries from North Korea, Russia and other communist or former communist lands, and have already fired upon American Border Patrol officers and terrorized American ranchers. Shockingly, certain politicians in America are willing to sell out to the Mexicans. Here we consider the background to this disturbing development.

Mexico, of course, was once a Spanish colony, the Aztecs and numerous other tribes in that region having been conquered by the Spaniards—or, in many cases, having willingly sworn allegiance to the Spanish king in order to free themselves from Aztec tyranny. (However, it may be noted that in the northern reaches—the so-called Interior Provinces—of what was once called “Mexico,” the natives had never been subdued by any outsiders, including the Aztecs.) When a number of Mexicans, inspired by America’s example, revolted against Spain, they set up an independent government and assumed theoretical rulership of a vast area, including what is now known as the South western United States. [Read the entire article as PDF…]


Taken from
The Barnes Review, March/April 2001: The ‘Reconquista’: Mexico’s Dream of ‘Retaking’ the Soutwest
VOLUME VII, NUMBER 2


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