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Mexican Senator on Twitter has good idea: suggests land it lost to US in Mexican-American War, 10 US states, return to Mexico…(US elites will never stop US global mass murder and starvation machine. Only way to to stop them is to break up US)

June 10, 2019

6/5/19, “Mexican Senator Threatens Takeover of U.S. States,

“Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is making overtures toward the Trump administration in the wake of a threat by the White House to levy tariffs if Mexico doesn’t do something about illegal immigration.

However, one Mexican senator has a different tack for dealing with the threat: Take over some American states.

[Mexican Senator] Félix Salgado Macedonio probably wasn’t thinking things through serious when he took to Twitter to first insult the President of the United States, and then propose taking back the territory the United States won in the Mexican-American War back in the 19th century….

“Trump corn hairs, do not think we’re afraid of you,” Macedonio began, according to a Google translation of his tweet. (“Pelos de elote,” or “corn hairs,” is a colloquial insult that means “unattractive hair.” Because, get it? He noticed that Trump’s hair can be mocked. No one’s ever thought of that one before.)

“Mexicans are in our territory (California, Nevada, Texas, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado and Wyoming) [ten US states] We are going to recover our territory that was stolen,” he continued….

Yet, Macedonio isn’t just some random lawmaker shooting off at the mouth. He’s currently serving as the president of the Comisión de Defensa Nacional (National Defense Commission) in the Mexican Senate, according to his official webpage. He also sits on several other committees….

This is a man who holds a major position in electoral leadership, including heading up the Mexican Senate’s defense committee — and he’s on Twitter talking about taking back the territory his country lost well over a century and a half ago. (Apparently, Macedonio isn’t terribly familiar with international law or the concept of “right of conquest.” He might also not be aware the United States paid Mexico for the land it acquired at the end of the war.)”…



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