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Dear Mr, Jeff

Reader comment on item: Ending the Palestinian "Right of Return"
in response to reader comment: To Mr. Banerjee

Submitted by Debanjan Banerjee (India), Feb 1, 2012 at 22:36

Whatever you say is not enough in my mind to satisfy the state-based persecution and suppression of Hispanic rights in that state called Arizona.

For example , very few here is noticing that Hispanics are the real inhabitants and thereby the only people to be able to make laws in Arizona since Arizona like Texas , California and Nevada were snatched away from Mexico with brutal force by the USA in 1848.

What should be done is independence for Hispanics in these states from the clutch of the Anglo-Saxon hegemony and their ultimate absorption into the body politic of Mexico or may be a separate entity independent from Mexico.

Dear Mr. Jeff you are not pointing out the fact that the Arizona state-legislature (overwhelmingly favorable to the Anglo-Saxons) did came out with an openly anti-immigrant law to prevent the Hispanics to live in their own lands. We are yet to see any movement towards doing away with that law.

Whatever you say regarding the appointment of La Raza associates has got nothing to do with how Anglo-Saxons in general view Hispanics. That decision by Obama was just another decision to temporarily soothe the anger of the Hispanic community. Obama needs to do that since a vast number of US army casualties in both Iraq and Afghanistan wars are Hispanics.

The Anglo-Saxon dominated ruling establishment just wants the Hispanics to die on the battlefields for the Anglo-Saxon war motives in far away lands and at America be the janitors and clean the toilets.

The Hispanics do not want to fight either in Iraq and Afghanistan or in Iran. It is the Exceptionalist establishment which forces them to do so.

If you want rebut my point you need to come up with solid reasons to do so.


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