Under Siege

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Under Siege

By Luis F. Brizuela Cruz

There was something striking about former Mexican President Felipe Calderon’s demeanor, as he stood by former United States President George W. Bush and later on by current President Barack H. Obama during their respective press conferences some time ago.  In both instances I could not help to notice that, amid the protocoled pledge of reciprocity by the leaders of the two powerful nations, there was an air of arrogance and demand emanating from the Mexican head of state. It felt as if there was a preconceived notion of entitlement and rightly due attention to the claims on the part of the government of the country which borders with us to the south. No less striking was the apparent condescension and submission of both American Presidents in regard to Calderon’s posture on the various issues at hand. In Bush’s case the action and reaction could have been easily attributed to his family’s long time known affinity with the Mexican and Spanish culture in general, as well as to his highly publicized limited intellect. In Obama’s case the action and reaction could have been, also as easily attributed, to his passionate conviction about America’s abuse and misuse of its power throughout history and a hidden agenda of promulgating the ongoing solidarity of the Democratic Party and the Spanish culture, as if to secure present and future liberal votes.

In either case, the common sense observer could have detected a huge disparity between the true willingness to work together with equal effort and responsibility by the two governments. It was obvious that the Mexican side of the alliance felt that their neighbors to the North owed them an incalculable amount of benefits and reparations from past historical injustices.

Soon after, that very same common sense observer, a rarity in our days, would be able to correlate a similar predisposition on the part of the main stream Spanish media, which fundamentally stands just a “proverbial” flip away of the SAP button on our television remote control from the American main stream liberal media in terms of motivation and ideology. An emboldened message of protest against the United States, which clearly included relentless levels of demands and absolute negation of citizen responsibility, started to proliferate until it reached its objective: the poorly informed immigrant Hispanic masses. All the elements had now been perfectly aligned for the launching of the decisive offense that would further erode the perilous economic and moral infrastructure of the United States. Longtime adversaries and newly found foes were salivating at the thought.

Masterfully orchestrated by the highly corrupt Mexican government, in conjunction with well-organized human traffickers and conceivably with the blessing of drug cartels, an invasion of the American sovereignty has now begun. The exodus of tens of thousands of children from various Central American countries across the border into the United States has created a probably insurmountable humanitarian crisis and constitutes the initial phase of subsequent sieges against American soil.

There is hard evidence that our mortal enemies from the extreme Islamic world have been infiltrating many of the Hispanic countries over the last decade, exploiting any anti-American sentiment and inciting the youth of those western hemisphere nations to affiliate with radical Islam. Distances are no longer an element of safety for the United States. The enemies of civilization are gradually approaching and are utilizing all unimaginable tools, gearing up toward the ultimate demise of the last bastion of freedom, compassion and justice. Hope of reversing the present tide of destruction is vague at best.

Our indulgent, dependent masses do not seem to be interested in learning about the clear and present danger which is practically at our door steps. Our leaders on the left side of the aisle, headed by President Obama, constantly underestimate the gravity of the situations that are unfolding, in favor of expressing contradictory solidarity with factions who are completely focused on the annihilation of the United States. Our leaders on the right, for the most part, do not have the courage and decisiveness to go against the turbulent current; unwilling to lose political capital at a moment in history when the political game seems almost inconsequential and prioritizing on survival constitutes a matter of absolute imminence.

America and the entire civilized world are under siege.

July 8, 2014

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