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Monday, August 22, 2005 

More diversity less melting pot

Another example of lets diversify the culture instead of uniting it. In Chicago the Mexicans want to celebrate the Independance of Mexico as a country. making it an official holiday here in America. WHAT IS WRONG WITH THIS?
Overall there is nothing wrong with celebrateing the independance of Mexico, however to make it a holiday in America is deffinately WRONG! One shouldbe proud of their heritage and HOW IT RELATES TO AMERICA, not how it is if they lived in the countries their forfathers came from.
It is sad enough that here in Denver we do not celebrate St. Patricks day anymore as an Irish day but thanks to the racist former Wellington Webb and his poor excuse of a wife( known as Mr. T, bewcause she looks like she could take the real Mr. T in three out of four rounds) we celebrate multicultural day instead. Now we also host the worlds largest Cinco de Mayo celebrations. A bogus Mexican holiday that even in Mexico gets less attention then here.
So why is it in Chicago they want the Mexican flag to fly high and proud on Mexican Independance day? I will tell you it is so they can stake more illigitate claims to America. Theleaders of this are the AntiAmerican reconquista organizations who have publicly stated that this is Aztlan. The rewriten history of this continent of mythical nations and peoples is absurd. As absurd as celebrating Mexican independance as a holiday in America.


For the story : Mexico colors may light up city

Charles Sheehan
Published August 21, 2005
[copy and paste ]http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/chicago/chi-0508210480aug21,1,2983535.story?ctrack=1&cset=true

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