Fox Extends Mexican
Government into Aztlan
La Voz de Aztlan
Los Angeles, Alta California - August 7, 2002- (ACN) In an extraordinary political move, President Vicente Fox has announced the formation of a cabinet level agency to govern, protect and provide services to over 20 million Mexicans now living in Aztlan, a territory encompassing most of the southwest part of the USA. President Fox declared yesterday that he will personally lead the new agency he named "Consejo Nacional para las Comunidades Mexicanas en el Exterior" ( National Council for Mexican Communities Abroad). The "Council" will consist of the president, most of the cabinet secretaries and a, as of yet unnamed, representative from Aztlan. This is a bold move that essentially extends the arm of the Mexican government into the territories it previously lost during the Mexican-American War of 1848.
There is presently a search for the Aztlan Representative by RamÛn MuÒoz, Chief of Personnel at Los Pinos (Mexican White House). Mr. MuÒoz stated that the ideal candidate would have to (English translation follows) "primero, que sea cien por ciento mexicano; segundo, que de preferencia se haya ido desde chavillo a vivir fuera del paÌs, para que conozca y tenga esa vivencia, y tercero, que tenga reconocimiento entre los grupos de migrantes" (firstly, he or she must be 100% Mexican, secondly, that through preference he or she decided to voluntarily live abroad as a young person so that he or she has that experience and thirdly that he or she be recognized by the Mexican immigrant community abroad.)
The Aztlan Representative will also be appointed to head a new "Instituto de los Mexicanos en el Exterior" (Institute for Mexicans Abroad) based in Aztlan. The "Institute" will have an advisory board consisting of "leaders" within the Mexican immigrant community. This "Institute" will also function as a "think tank" that will address the unique problems facing the Mexican immigrant in the US. The "Institute" will fall within the organizational structure of the "Ministry of Foreign Relations" but will be autonomous of it by special decree of the President of the Republic.
The new cabinet level agency has the wholehearted support of the Mexican Congress. On July 28, 2002, the President of the Senate, Diego Fern·ndez de Cevallos, said to the national newspaper daily REFORMA, "I support all of the projects that my party is undertaking for the benefit of Mexicans abroad including the network of militants in the United States." He added that his party, the PAN, maintains close contact with Mexicans living all over the world and that the network of militants is not against the law.
The new cabinet level agency replaces the "Office for Mexicans Living Abroad" that was headed by Juan Hernandez of Dallas, Texas. Mr. Hernandez was born in Texas but he obtained dual citizenship in Mexico under a recent law passed by the Mexican Congress. Mr. Juan Hernandez was ousted by Zionist Foreign Minister Jorge Gutman after he stepped on the mercurial secretary's toes by not consulting with him on all matters. Mr. Hernandez will not be part of the new agency but will work in a new presidential job consisting of maintaining presidential historical records and creating an Internet website concerned with presidential news and information called "Cronica Presidencial".
Zionist Secretary of Foreign Relations Gutman has been warned by President Fox to not sabotage the "mission" of the new agency, however, it appears that he has already begun his dirty politics. California Lt. Governor Cruz Bustamante said that Secretary Gutman invited him to Tuesday's ceremony in Los Pinos establishing the new agency, which he attended. Cruz Bustamante is a known lackey of the Jewish dominated Democratic Party in Alta California and Gutman has very powerful connections to the Zionist establishment in the US. The only reason that President Fox keeps Gutman as Secretary of Foreign Relations is that Fox made a deal with US Zionist to appoint a certain number of Jews to his cabinet if they funded his campaign. There is presently an investigation by the Mexican "Instituto Federal Electoral (IFE)" that is looking into vast amounts of funds that came from the U.S. to Fox for his campaign organizations called "Alianza por el Cambio" (Alliance for Change) and "Amigos de Fox" (Friends of Fox).
The "Revolutionary Council and Provisional Government of Aztlan" sent a copy of a communique to La Voz de Aztlan stating that it welcomes the Mexican government's initiative to help Mexican nationals here in Aztlan but that it vehemently rejects the Mexican government's new connections to Zionists and Zionism.