Enabled By Biden, Mexican Meddlers Denounce “Supremacism” In U.S.; Mexico Struggles To Contain Biden Rush; ETC. | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Enabled By Biden, Mexican Meddlers Denounce “Supremacism” In U.S.; Mexico Struggles To Contain Biden Rush; ETC.

Tight on cue, now that Joe Biden is president, the Mexican government has resumed meddling in U.S. politics. Mexico’s Foreign Ministry has just set up something called Instituto Digital César Chávez para el Español en Norteamérica (the “Digital Cesar Chavez Institute for the Spanish Language in North America.“)

This is obviously disingenuous. Whatever one thinks of Chavez, he was an American opposed to illegal immigration from Mexico—as a Hispanic labor activist he fought hard against what he described as “wetback labor.” [Cesar Chavez, Minuteman, by Steve Sailer, American Conservative, February 27, 2006]

Of course, the Mexican Foreign Ministry doesn’t talk about that; it just shamelessly appropriates Chavez for its own purposes, much as an African country might appropriate Martin Luther King, Jr.

Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard kicked off the institute with a big Zoom call that included the Mexican ambassador to the U.S., Esteban Moctezuma, and other dignitaries, including Pablo Chavez, son of Cesar:

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