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Putin's Slow and Steady Reconquista of Latin America
| 20 Mar 2014
| Frances Martel
Posted on 03/21/2014 7:00:38 AM PDT by Cheerio
When Russia annexed Crimea this week, few looked to South America for Russian support. Yet Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and Argentinian President Cristina Fernández were lauding the conquest. Their support is no surprise: Putin has been cultivating it for years, reaping the rewards as the continent falls in line with the Kremlin.
The Russian Federation has never broken the ties the Soviet Union cemented with the continent's most repressive Spanish-speaking nation, Cuba. Few expected anything less from state propaganda outlet Granma than a full-throated support of Russia's colonization of Crimea, and their attack on "Ukrainian ultranationalists" delivered. The nations of South America presented Putin with a much more difficult relationship-building exercise, but one that he has taken to with zeal.
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TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; Government; Russia
KEYWORDS: obama; putin
How long will it take Mexico's Reconquista Movement to realize just how WEAK "Mom Jeans Obama" really is and understand this is their best opportunity in decades?
Putin's set the precedent. Soon California illegals will rabble-rouse even more than usual then invite Mexico in; leftist activist attorneys will gin up a secession referendum which will pass overwhelmingly for guilt-ridden whites not wanting to be accused of being racist, at which point Mexico will annex California and rename it Aztlan.
Ref: The Reconquista Movement: Mexicos Plan for the American Southwest
posted on 03/21/2014 7:00:38 AM PDT
"La Razathe race indigenous to Mexico."
There is the problem, right there. They, themselves are NOT autochthonous - they are mixed race descendants of the Spanish.
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