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A WA State Reader Says Americans Have New Reason To Celebrate: Cinco de Agosto
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May 06, 2008, 05:00 AM
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05/05/08 - A Los Angeles Reader Says His City Is "Water-Crazy"

From: Brian Riordan (e-mail him)

Re: Brenda Walker`s Blog: Waiting For The Final Exhale

How ironic and what sweet poetic justice that around the time that President George W. Bush was celebrating Cinco de Mayo in the Rose Garden (for the eighth consecutive year!) and speaking Spanish poorly, illegal alien and Mexican national murderer Jose Medellin was sentenced to death. .[Bush Praises Mexican Americans at Cinco de Mayo Dinner, By Suzanne Gamboa, Associated Press, May 5, 2008] 

We now have a new day for celebration, Cinco de Agosto, when Medellin is scheduled to die.

Normally I would not take pleasure in the death of any human. But Medellin`s crimes of and those of his fellow gang members remove them from humanity.

As Walker and others have detailed on VDARE.COM, Medellin, "a Mexican through and through," and his fellow monsters brutally gang raped two innocent girls, aged 14 and 16, and then strangled and stomped on them to make sure they were dead.

Imagine two young teenage girls with their lives in front of them begging for mercy. Then, after the fact, the murders bragged about their deeds.

There is a strain of viciousness in many Latinos—maybe it is their Aztec heritage

The Hate Factory, a book about the riots in the state prison near Santa Fe, describes horrendous tortures inflicted on Hispanics by each other. 

The court`s death verdict is a sweet comeuppance for Bush—a man who never lets conscience get in the way of his sellout to Mexico—who had the arrogance to order Texas to re-try the monster.

But thankfully the Supreme Court, getting it right for once, slapped Bush down and thereby opened the door for the execution of as many as fifty other illegal aliens convicted of capital offenses.

Riordan, who learned about Mexican corruption while he lived in New Mexico, wrote earlier letters about how reconquistas don`t understand what they are doing to themselves, the "war hero" Benedict Arnold and why Mexicans should not want to "win" here, here and here.