Today's example is the fictional work by Raul Ramos y Sanchos, America Libre, about a near-future time in which Mexican squatters act out in a civil war. You can read the first chapter online, and it is mercifully brief.
As the immigration crisis reaches the boiling point, once-peaceful Latino protests explode into rioting. Cities across the nation are in flames. Anglo vigilantes bent on revenge launch drive-by shootings in the barrios, wantonly killing young and old. [America Libre]
Incidentally, Mexicans have a country that could do with some revolutionary activity but they don't seem much interested in reforming the society which they profess to love.
But Mexicans love to play the victim and evidently have begun to believe their own sob-story propaganda since it is frequently regurgitated by the MSM. So the big Mexo-fantasy is to rise up in Marxican rage against the cruel gringos.
Instead, why don't Mexicans imagine replacing the oligarchy of their own wealthy country with a more representative government? Too hard a slog? Or maybe they figure the payoff wouldn't be worth the trouble.