A Legal Immigrant Reader In Texas Says May Day Marches Would “Never Happen” In His Home Country

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04/28/08 – A CA Reader Notes
Illegal Alien May 1st Boycott—Says She`ll Be Spending
Her IRS Rebate!


Roberto Avila (e-mail

My home is only thirty miles from the Mexico-U.S.
in the

Rio Grande Valley
.  Everything that`s around me

looks and feels Mexican.

Americans who do not experience what I live through
every day have little idea of what`s coming their way.

It is not pretty. 

Yesterday`s farmlands are today`s developments built
mostly to accommodate the rapidly growing Mexican

The media encourages illegal immigration through its
by politically correct suppression of the realities of
this invasion.

Look for example at how it misrepresents the upcoming
May Day demonstrations organized by and for illegal
aliens. Such fawning! [Son
of Elvira Arellano Returns to Chicago for May 1
Immigration Rallies,
By Robert Mitchum,
Chicago Tribune
, April 29, 2008]

I doubt if you will see many Mexican flags displayed
during the May 1st marches. They won`t repeat their
mistakes of


. The

invaders` leaders
know that waving Mexican flags
does not play well with Americans.

Instead, look for American flags to be carried by

anchor children

Elvira Arellano`s Saulito
as well as teenage
Hispanics nearing voting age. The

in charge truly believe Americans are

Speaking as a

legal immigrant
, these so-called mobilizations by
foreigners offend me to the core. Trust me, it would
never happen in my native country.

Nor would

Mexican President Felipe Calderon
ever allow an
occupation of Mexico by foreigners or allow Mexico`s
precious few jobs to be taken by transplanted Americans

Politicians and business claim immigration is a sign
of progress and creates a good economy.

But I see

America abolished
—our nation transformed and our
quality of life eroded by

, increasing social ills and the higher
taxes we must pay to support aliens who have little use
for us.

Avila is from Latin America
and is married to a legal immigrant. He says: “We
both wanted to adopt and be adopted by our new country.
We like the U.S. cultures and values better those from
whence we have come. My wife and I meant every word we
said upon taking our Citizenship Oath of Allegiance to
the United States of America.”