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There is a growing sense of outrage in Kalispell Montana after a Mexican flag was erected in front of a U.S. flag 200 feet up a huge tower that belongs to the oldest radio station in America - KGEZ.
Station owner John Stokes said that he was getting calls from angry supporters of the extremist La Reconquista movement, a separatist group that advocates the violent overthrow of the southern and western U.S. states, before also receiving death threats.
Two Mexican males entered the premises of KGEZ and demanded that another U.S. flag that was on a flagpole be taken down because it was "disrespectful". The flag was later stolen.
Wednesday, Oct 3, 2007
A Veteran from Reno, Nev. has hit headlines after he took matters into his own hands and tore down a Mexican flag that was being illegally flown above a U.S. flag at a local business.
Mexican flag raised over post office in Maywood, CA.
Sunday May 27, 2007
Illegal aliens take down the American flag and replaced it with the Mexican flag.
Arizona Daily Star
Tucson, Arizona | Published: 04.12.2006
A Tucson man was arrested Tuesday for his role in the burning of a Mexican flag as part of a counterprotest at a pro-immigration rally.
At about 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Tucson police cited Roy Warden, 58, on suspicion of assault, criminal damage and reckless burning, and then released him, according to Sgt. Decio Hopffer.
"Our Mexican nation stretches beyond our borders"
Originally posted by ChrisF231
The Federal Government might not object but you can sure bet that We the People will. That land is American soil and I will not sit by and let a band of corrupt 3rd World politicians tell me what is and isent the land of my country and I can almost guarantee that I wont be alone ...
Originally posted by Polite American
We, the US, has deported over two million Mexican Americans before (1931-1935)...why can't it be done now? Start with the illegal ones and don't stop until you get to the ones that are legal and swear allegiance to the U.S.
harsh? yes, sure it is. Or we can just keep givng a little and then a little more...when does it end?