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ZiegSocialist wrote: Spanish was spoken here before English was, so I'm not sure what problem you people have with it. Learn it, it would be good for you.

While you're at it, you'd better learn several other languages as well.

Elements within our country are pursuing very distinct goals:

-- Multi-lingual society rather than a unified language. You can see this with government services being afforded in multiple languages, accomodating the 'perpetual foreigner' (and associated behaviors) rather than encouraging them to become fluent in English.

-- Multi-cultural society (rather than a homogenous "melting pot" American culture; i.e., keep your "old country" ways... no need to become American and integrate as was once the norm).

-- The suppression of American customs in favor of a globalist outlook (i.e., "don't wear that flag t-shirt in school, as it will offend XYZ nationalities).

-- The sustained legal friction aimed at border enforcement; this takes the form of endless lawsuits and blocking actions designed to keep the borders weak and porous.

-- Demonization of "Founding Fathers", classic American history and founding documents through multiple avenues, including radical re-interpretations of what has widely been otherwise accepted history for more than 200 years.

Wherever initiatives are undertaken to undermine the homogeneity and unity of this nation, you can almost always find many of the same faces and personalities behind these efforts. When one considers the consistency with which these same factions continue to assault American culture while encouraging division, one must ask what their objective is. What could they possibly be trying to accomplish by so aggressively keeping us all divided? Source: a discussion board
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