Skip to comments.Translation of Mexican Invasion Handbook
Posted on 01/07/2005 10:58:33 AM PST by VU4G10
i like wart hogs.
you see them all the time flying in and out of davis monthan in tucson.
Did anyone else notice how the drawings in this booklet resemble the cartoon art in a Chick Tract?
You aren't troubled by a foreign government urging it's citizens to break laws in the USA?
Check out the part about not abusing your children or beating your wife --- all that is obviously quite fine in Mexico --- but Americans have these strange laws that you might be advised to not get caught doing these things.
It's actually doing the opposite --- just to get millions more to leave. That loving caring government (cough cough) just raised minimum wage in Mexico to the equivalent of $4.15 a day --- not too long ago it was the equivalent of $4.50 a day --- so it's clear they're keeping things very bad for the majority.
I also notice that government has not provided any comic books to the women and girls of Ciudad Juarez who just keep getting murder --- over 400 murdered and raped --- but there is no effort from that government for them.
That's just it, I didn't get the impression that they were urging people to cross the border. To urge them would have been to portray the US as the land of milk and honey. All this pamphlet did was tell them how not to get lost in the desert and to avoid coyotes. It also told them that they should try coming here legally first.
The whole general tone is yes it's easier if you can manage to get over legally BUT if you go illegally then ..... first of all mentioning all the Mexican government offices all throughout the USA --- the Consulates which will assist them in breaking USA laws. "If you decide to use the services of "polleros", "coyotes" or "pateros" to cross the border, consider the following precautions to take:
Don't let him out of your sight; remember that he's the only one that knows the terrain and therefore is the one that can get you out." Don't trust the smugglers.... BUT if you get one ---- don't let him out of your sight ---- after all --- he knows the area and can get you past the border very easily...." Don't beat your children and wife ... but if you do try not to get caught..... but if you do get caught contact the Consulate ---- we're there to make sure you aren't punished under American laws.....
The pictures are even worse --- the first pages show the walking across the border --- behind women with big shapely behinds. The Rio Grande is portrayed as a small narrow creek. Then when it tells them to get legal aid --- an almost porno-shaped woman is standing there --- the lawyer? It's a very bizarre little book --- but not when you consider the source.
I suppose you're right. I'd like to see an original copy. I did notice that the guys on the cover look an awful lot like super heroes. They don't look at bit like the Mexicans around here (you can't go to QuikTrip without tripping over a dozen of them).
If some bleeding heart group had written the book --- some misguided rights group --- it would not seem as bad --- but this is actually being done by a corrupt foreign government --- advising it's citizens how best to break American laws and avoid the consequences in doing so. What other foreign government is writing comic books like this for it's citizens it wants to rid itself of?
That link at the top of this thread should take you to the web site of the Mexican government --- and you'll see it there. The pictures of the tiny narrow Rio Grande --- the guy crawling through it --- water only up to his elbow. Page 2 is interesting --- it's a picture and explanation how the Mexican government has many of it's government offices set up to further assist them after they arrive here --- and will help them avoid consequences of any crimes they commit. The message is clearly --- if you get in trouble for breaking USA laws --- call us immediately --- we can intervene and get you off the hook.
No. Your statement was ridiculous. As was your deflection.
It's not quite as bad as I had anticipated.
Still, it comes awfully close to being an act of war.
Monger on, thoughtohater.
Meanwhile, the Mexodus continues...
What do you call that?
At least TRY to be honest.
btw, I've read DU. They all sound like your quote, they just cuss more.
Publishing a "how-to" manual for violating our border and invading our country? That is an act of war by any traditional definition; it is not in the least exaggerating to say so.
Did anyone catch that detail about wife-beating? The one that said 'as in Mexico' it's illegal to beat your wife? To me, that sounds like something the corrupt Mexican government wants to tell us. There's no need for that detail to Mexicans. it sounds like they were writing to us, wanted to tell us that all these wife-beating Mexicans we are seeing constantly aren't their fault and they are just as disgusted as we are. Baloney. The fact is, laws aren't enforced in any capacity at all in Mexico and therefore, wife-beating, like every other crime is legal in Mexico. But somehow they wanted to get it across to us that they are somehow civilized and don't condone wife-beating. Cripes, they do it all the time.