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Mexican diplomat sees Crimea as a model for breaking up the United States

How much longer until Latino drug gangs become “Liberation Fronts” backed and armed by foreign governments. It may only be a matter of time.

The year is 1989. Ethnic Albanians, much of them illegal immigrants, launch a movement in Kosovo to secede from Serbia. In 1996, the Kosovo Liberation Army [KLA] is the face of Kosovo secession and a guerrilla war has begun. Al Qaeda and other Sunni Jihadists groups send foreign fighters to join the KLA. The militant group is financed in part by the sale of heroine, the sale of which in Europe is dominated by Albanians.

When the Serbian military mobilized to protect ethnic Serbs from impending genocide, the Clinton regime launched a war to protect the Jihadists. A US backed military campaign fired 2,300 missiles and dropped 14,000 bombs on Serbia. Mostly in Serbia proper where no fighting was even going on. Media outlets were among the first targets. Hundreds of schools and libraries and twenty hospitals were completely destroyed. America even bombed the Chinese embassy in Belgrade, killing three Chinese journalists.

200,000 Christian Serbs were expelled from Kosovo by the US backed militants. The US bullied the rest of Europe into recognizing Kosovo as an independent nation. Thus a Jihadist narco-state was created inside of Europe.

The Secretary of State Madeline Albright, became the face of US aggression, when she stated “What’s the point of having this superb military that you’re always talking about if we can’t use it?

What does this sound like to you? See any paralleled in the United States?

From Daily Caller…

While Mexico’s foreign policy has been generally benign toward the United States since hostilities in the Mexican-American War ended in 1848, the Latin-American country has been keeping a close eye on developing events in Ukraine’s Crimea peninsula.

Russia has maintained that annexation of the Crimea peninsula is justified because it has the right to protect Russian speakers outside of Russia’s borders.

Mexican political leaders have taken note, perhaps sensing an opportunity to gain long-lost territory and increase the size of its economy by expanding northward into areas currently administered by the United States.

Mexico has begun enthusiastically supporting protections for linguistic minorities, a Mexico City diplomat told the United Nations Human Rights Council.

“Language must not be used to segregate and isolate groups,” the diplomat said, according to details provided to The Daily Caller by the U.N. Mexico has officially expressed concern about “steps taken in this regard by belligerent elements in the United States.”

As an example, the Mexico City envoy mentioned a Texas middle school principal’s attempt to ban the use of Spanish in classrooms.

The Mexican diplomat then forthrightly compared the treatment of Mexicans in the United States to the treatment of Russian speakers in Ukraine.

Mexico, the diplomat said, has the right to protect Spanish speakers who have migrated without documentation to the United States in search of economic opportunity. He further noted that, unlike in Ukraine, these migrants very often remain full Mexican citizens.

The text of the Mexican remarks is strikingly similar to language recently used by Russian envoys to protest demands by Estonia that Estonia’s considerable Russian minority should learn to speak Estonian.