Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
Originally posted by cjf
That was my point. The invasion of North America from Mexico, Central America and South America may have already begun.
Uhhh... Mexico is North America... Actually parts of Central
America are also in North America. Canada is, too, by the way. And Alaska? It's a state of the USA!
Since the desired exampled quoted statements are formulated not to discuss formatted general topic discussion; rather to shift to
geographical/geopolitical semantics and fully ‘miss’ wholeheartedly any conventional colloquialisms and vernacular. …
Uhhh…read what I posted:
“The invasion of North America from Mexico….”
The above does not imply Mexico is not part of North America merely a route the same goes for the rest.
There are four ‘great regions’ in North America, yes? Central American and South American persons use this land route as access entry into the
remainder of North America, yes? Persons of nationalities ‘other than Americans’ also use this route as well, yes? To fully ‘invade’ a region
you need an accessible place preferably on the same soil to push the general lines toward a goal, yes? Are cultural invasions as 'quick' and
'organized' as military invasions? No.
But, more to the relevant point I was speaking specifically to a cultural ‘invasion’
America and not a military invasion nor geography.... hence the conversation about languages
Colloquial ‘references’ are relevant in cultural exchanges concerning events, despite what Rand-McNally or the UN may draw.
“…may have already begun.”
Which also does not mean the cultural ‘invasion’ is complete, near fruition nor recently begun…. and yes, if unchecked ‘it’ will eventually
include Canada and Alaska, that is why I used the term North America
and not the ‘Lower 48’ or ‘America’ or ‘United States’, or
‘USA’ or ‘States’ in relevance to the thread and my original comment about ‘Indians’,… of course…now...American Indians did not
historically reside just in the ‘States’ now did they?
The comment about Indians was about irony, eschatology, loss of culture via assimilation…. not geography.