So if you and Mr. Buchanan are intellectually honest, you believe that any U.S. city which has a population of more than 50% Mexican should be immediately ceded to Mexico. And if the United Stated doesn't immediately do that, and hostile actions taken by Mexico are the fault of the U.S.?
“So if you and Mr. Buchanan are intellectually honest, you believe that any U.S. city which has a population of more than 50% Mexican should be immediately ceded to Mexico.”
That’s an absurd analogy. There are millions of Mexicans in the Southwest because Washington has allowed them to move there. Buchanan has already pointed out how Mexico has de facto control over parts of California, Arizona, and Texas.
In contrast, the Versailles Treaty was a farce that was designed to cripple and punish Germany, Austria, and Hungary. Danzig was only one example of German territorial cessions to foreign countries.
Germany and Austria were also forced to cede territory to Belgium, Italy, France, Czechoslovakia, and Denmark. Germans were placed under the rule of foreigners to cripple Germany.
Surely, that’s what the demilitarization of the Rhineland was about, the loss the Saar valley, putting the Sudeten Germans under Czech rule to given “Czechoslovakia” (a country that had existed before in all of history) a defensible border, as well as rewarding Poland with Danzig and the Polish corridor.
It was such an obvious and disgusting attempt to cripple Germany that America, let’s remember, rejected the Versailles Treaty and signed a separate peace and for the next twenty years had little to do with Britain or France.
“And if the United Stated doesn’t immediately do that, and hostile actions taken by Mexico are the fault of the U.S.?”
A more accurate analogy would be a war between the United States and Britain that resulted in putting Boston and New England under the rule of Canada and Louisiana under the rule of France.
Then you would sit here and cry about “American aggression” in attempts to take back New England and Louisiana.