I am Latino to the bone, very proud of that
And I remind you my brother, We have to go hand in hand
Until Hillary Clinton has her triumph assured.
We are an important family, always advancing.
My liberty, my rights, with Hillary there is respect.
With her as president we will always have a bridge.
My people were hurt that someone would offend.
Hillary we are with you, you can count on our vote.
You are going to be our voice, being in the presidency.So there you have it – a meddling Mexican citizen singer partnering with a U.S.-based Latino Treason Lobby group to influence the outcome of an American election.Do you think any Republicans will complain about this? How about the Republicans who invited Vicente to sing at the GOP convention 16 years ago?In California Concert, Mexican Rock Band Maná Displays Giant “Greater Mexico” Map, Blasts TrumpVicente Fernandez is not the only Mexican music star meddling in our election.Maná is a group of (white) Mexican rockers who like to meddle in U.S. politics. Click here for what they did at the most recent Latin Grammys, and here, here and here for previous pieces on Maná.They’re still at it. They just played a concert before a crowd of 17,500 in The Forum in Inglewood, California—which is still officially U.S. territory.
At the beginning of the Maná concert, an enormous banner was placed which covered the stage and projected an image of Mexico when it was a bigger territory, before ceding a part of it to the United States. In the limits of the current border, partitions were drawn with captions such as “hate”, “racism”, “xenophobia” of which Maná called to knock down and show the power of the Latinos.[Maná rinde tributo a Juan Gabriel y rechazo a Donald Trump , Excelsior, September 25, 2016]This is what the concertgoers were told, presumably by “Fher”, the band’s vocalist, spokesman and general loudmouth.
“We Latinos are more than 50 million in this country and so we invite them to go out and vote and rescue the Latinos and show our power in this country.”The Maná Band considers Los Angeles, California as their second home. They said:
“We have come here for a long time and we have been treated well. When we cross the border we feel as if we were still here in Mexico.”The next day, the 25th, Maná had another concert. Latino Fox News reported:
Mexican pop band Mana rocked Los Angeles on Sunday night at a concert at The Forum arena that combined its greatest hits with a political message encouraging Hispanics to vote in the upcoming United States presidential elections. "We don't want racism, we don't want violence, we don't want any discrimination," shouted Mana vocalist Fher Olvera during the Los Angeles concert, part of its "The Latin Power Tour." "This country is multicultural, made by immigrants. And whether this bastard [thought to be a reference to D. Trump] likes it or not, we are already more than 50 million Latinos," said Olvera, alluding to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump without naming him explicitly.[Mexican rock band Mana pushes Latinos to vote: 'We don't want any discrimination', September 26, 2016]It’s also worth noting the concert started with a “a video showing the historical process of Mexico progressively losing land to the U.S."Why do they keep bringing that up?Argentine Government Throws Its Weight Against TrumpTrump must be shaking in his loafers—the government of Argentina has announced its support for Hillary. According to Notimex:
The Argentine foreign minister Susana Malcorra confirmed today that the government of Mauricio Macri [current Argentine president] feels closer to Hillary Clinton, the Democratic candidate for the presidency of the United States than with Republican Donald Trump.Ratifica Argentina más cercanía con Clinton que con Trump, September 27, 2016No doubt this Argentine support is very strategic. The announcement was made 42 days before the U.S. election.Consider that Argentina declared war on the Axis Powers on March 27th, 1945—just 41 days before the Nazi surrender on May 7th.I guess when the Nazis saw that the Argentines had turned against them, they knew there was no hope and surrendered.American citizen Allan Wall (email him) moved back to the U.S.A. in 2008 after many years residing in Mexico. Allan`s wife is Mexican, and their two sons are bilingual. In 2005, Allan served a tour of duty in Iraq with the Texas Army National Guard. His VDARE.COM articles are archived here; his Mexidata.info articles are archived here ; his News With Views columns are archived here; and his website is here.