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Marxican Insurgency Imagined
Some of the best work to alarm Americans about the slo-mo invasion is done by our enemies, e.g. open-borders squawk box Tamar Jacoby and May Day demonstrations featuring foreign flags.
Today's example is the fictional work by Raul Ramos y Sanchos, America Libre, about a near-future time in which Mexican squatters act out in a civil war. You can read the first chapter online, and it is mercifully brief.
As the immigration crisis reaches the boiling point, once-peaceful Latino protests explode into rioting. Cities across the nation are in flames. Anglo vigilantes bent on revenge launch drive-by shootings in the barrios, wantonly killing young and old.
Incidentally, Mexicans have a country that could do with some revolutionary activity but they don't seem much interested in reforming the society which they profess to love.
- Suburban mom Mary Nagle was brutally murdered in her own home by an illegal alien hired to do paint prep work.
- Virginia Beach teenagers Tessa Tranchant, 16, and Allison Kunhardt, 17, were killed as they waited for the light to change by a drunk-driving illegal alien. The reaction of local Mexicans was to complain reflexively about a non-existent backlash.
- Missouri college student Nicole Allen died when the car in which she was a passenger was struck from behind by a Lincoln Town Car driven by an inebriated illegal Mexican.
- Hollywood film director ("A Christmas Story") Bob Clark and his son Ariel were killed in a head-on collision with a drunk Mexican on the Pacific Coast Highway.
But Mexicans love to play the victim and evidently have begun to believe their own sob-story propaganda since it is frequently regurgitated by the MSM. So the big Mexo-fantasy is to rise up in Marxican rage against the cruel gringos.
Instead, why don't Mexicans imagine replacing the oligarchy of their own wealthy country with a more representative government? Too hard a slog? Or maybe they figure the payoff wouldn't be worth the trouble.