War between the U.S. and Mexico?
By: William H. Calhoun III
Discussion of illegal immigration and the invasion of illegal immigrants have given speculation how a second Mexican-American war would look. A former Army colonel recently said to me, â€œIt definitely wouldnâ€™t be a conventional war. Considering that already so many of the enemy are within the United States, it would be an unconventional war to say the least.â€
Mexicans certainly have their allies. As was reported recently by various agencies, Arabic terrorists are sneaking into the United States disguised as Hispanics. They look just like Mexicans and they speak fluent Spanish too. The Mexican military and Mexican cartels are aiding them in training camps to learn Spanish and to blend into Hispanic culture. Sheriffs in Texas have recently found Iranian currency, military badges in Arabic, clothes and other Arabic items along the banks of the Rio Grande River. Someone who has spent much time on the border recently said to me, â€œYou know, it is really shocking how many Mexicans support these terrorists. They seem to admire them.â€
Mexicans also have aligned themselves with other Hispanic groups, like MS13, and have access to firearms, grenades, artillery, and possibly even backpack nukes. In recent years twenty million Mexicans have already invaded the United States. Believing in Aztlan, they plan to reclaim the Southwestern United States. Gangs, crime, disease, and hatred run rampant. It is a zero-sum game, and Mexicans believe that time is on their side for reclaiming the Southwestern United States.
But putting the terrorists and Central and South American cartels aside, Mexicans have looked elsewhere for allies: Asia. With the exception of a very small upper class in Mexico of pure European descent, most Mexicans are either Amerindian or Mestizo (mostly Amerindian with a few drops of Spaniard blood). The Amerindians originally came from Asia, and now many Mexicans are seeking alliances with their ancient relatives. Mexicans have especially looked toward China and India, hoping to acquire new technologies.
So, how would the war look? There are possibly 20 million illegal Mexicans within the United States. But they have also allied themselves with millions of other Hispanics and Asians. The total number of enemies could be at least 60 million. And much of the war would be fought within the United States â€“ not in Mexico. â€œThe enemy is within,â€ as a recent military strategist said.
And considering that many Hispanics are in the ranks of the U.S. military, and would side with their fellow Hispanics in this war, the U.S. military would be engaged in a â€œcivil war of sorts.â€ The U.S. military would break down into two separate armies. Therefore, the U.S. military wouldnâ€™t be completely reliable, and thus your average citizen would have to take up arms, join militias, and defend his homeland.
This would perhaps be the war of wars, but in the end I have confidence that the patriots will be victorious.
William H. Calhoun is a writer, conservative and graduate of the University of Chicago. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org