The caption the White House provided for this image:
President George W. Bush and Laura Bush pose for photos with singer Shaila Durcal, Dorio Ferreira Sanchez and the Mariachi Campanas de America following their performance in the Rose Garden Monday evening, May 5, 2008, during a social dinner at the White House in honor of Cinco de Mayo. White House photo by Chris Greenberg
The press release associated with the image, titled President Bush Honors Cinco de Mayo, quotes Jorge as saying:
Cinco de Mayo is a joyous celebration. It commemorates a joyful moment in history of Mexico — it’s when Mexican soldiers defended their independence against what appeared to be an elite and insurmountable army from Europe. Nearly a century and a half later, Cinco de Mayo is celebrated by Americans and Mexicans alike — after all, it is a symbol of determination against great odds and is a source of inspiration for all who love freedom.
For me, Cinco de Mayo is a chance to say that Mexico and the United States are connected by more than geography. Sure, we share an important border — but we’re also united by values, our love of family and faith and freedom. We share an interest in making sure our people are prosperous and safe.
In America we deeply value the culture and the contribution of Mexican Americans. The United States is a richer place, a more vibrant place because people who have — claim Mexican heritage now are called United States citizens. And today we honor those Mexican Americans who live in America and we consider ourselves fortunate to have Mexico as a friend and a neighbor.
And so my toast is to Mexico and to the United States and the people therein. Que Dios los bendiga. Feliz Cinco de Mayo. (Applause.)
Among the more prominent signs of increasing vibrancy are our two new latino holidays. On May 1st the invaders take to the streets to remind us that we had better accept their invasion, or else. On Cinco de Mayo invasion supporters, including the invasion-commander-in-chief in the White house, celebrate the invasion and pretend we all see it as valuable and enriching.
For me, Cinco de Mayo has become an annual and ever more grating reminder that my country is quickly transforming into yet another latin American shithole. That it is run by morally, fiscally, and intellectually bankrupt scam artists who care not at all for the prosperity or safety of the citizens or the sanctity of the law, but instead dedicate every effort toward keeping themselves and their plutocrat masters fat and happy. That these transnational parasites are sucking our once great country dry, mortgaging our future and driving us ever closer to turd world levels of violence, crime, and corruption by the massive influx of aliens. That what the invaders and invasion-supporters share is a hatred for the people already here. That they have the gall to crow about the king’s invisible clothes – how valuable and enriching the invasion and these invaders are.
Juan McCain, in his effort to reassure the invaders that he too considers them more important than Americans, said:
“our broken immigration system works for neither the immigrant families who are being torn apart nor the workers who are concerned about unfair competition, which is why we need to pass comprehensive immigration reform once and for all. So while I hope that all Americans are enjoying this Cinco de Mayo, I also hope that when the celebrations come to an end, we’ll take up the cause of coming together as Americans to solve our common challenges and put the American dream within reach for every family in this country,” he said.
When globalists like Juan say our immigration system is “broken” what they mean of course is that it does not yet permit turd worlders to move in and tear apart White families as fast as they would like. When they say “comprehensive immigration reform once and for all” they mean they never want to hear another word about fences or borders. When they pretend citizen resentment is generated by “unfair competition” it is because they cannot acknowledge it is actually caused by unfairness of the invasion and the way those elected and sworn to protect and serve us instead betray us by protecting and serving the invaders.
There’s a very good reason the traitors don’t want to enforce the current immigration laws or build fences. They know it would interfere with the invasion. The sham of an effort they still do make causes the plutocrats enough trouble.
The fix is in. It hardly matters whether Juan, Barack “Gran Marcho” Obama, or Hillary “No Woman is Illegal” Clinton win in November. Each of them will do their best to stop reports like this: 60-Plus Illegal Immigrants Found In Big Rig, or like this: Border Tunnel Tour. They’ll do so by legalizing the invasion – because everyone knows that the very worst problem is that some insensitive, xenophobic, nativist racists insist on calling the invaders invaders. Take away that word and they think all the other problems will disappear.
Unfortunately reports like this: Death Toll Rises From Tijuana Shootout (WARNING: DISTURBING IMAGES), and this: ‘Tijuana Rambo’ Takes On Drug Lords, will not disappear. They’ll just take place more and more on the American side of where the border used to be.
No matter how diligently the happy-talkers ignore reality, nor how hard the anti-racists invert it to scapegoat Whites, the intensity of the societal conflict grows in direct proportion to the number of invaders. Every day this inconvenient truth becomes more obvious.
Cinco de Mayo commemorates the defeat of an invasion. To honor it in proper spirit we should stop immigration, eject the invaders, and hang the traitors. This is how we can keep ourselves prosperous and safe. This is the common challenge for those who would preserve a semblence of the American dream for ourselves and our posterity. One way or another that dream will not survive the path we’re on. It’s being replaced by a cacophony of alien dreams – of jews, latinos, arabs, africans, and asians – self-serving and bigoted in ways Whites alone have been hectored, cajoled, and deluded into forswearing. These alien dreams have their differences, but they share one common goal: to rid the world of Whites.