“The Fall of the Alamo” (ca. 1903) by Robert Jenkins Onderdonk.
San Diego, Texas, is a tiny, nondescript town in the deep south of Texas. As of the US census of 2010, fewer than 5,000 people lived there. Unsurprisingly, most of them speak Spanish and have deep roots in Mexico. The Texas borderlands have been this way since the Texas Revolution, and thanks to mass immigration from Mexico and Central America, Texas and the rest of the Southwest move closer towards the Hispanic orbit every day.
Despite the hopes and dreams of Catholics, a more Hispanicized America means more Santa Muerte cultists, more Santeria practitioners, and more drug-addled gangsters with avowed appreciation for Satan. Even church-going Hispanics are more likely to believe in Liberation theology, which combines socialism with anti-white vitriol.
Back in 1915, the United States got a glimpse of its future. On January 6, 1915, a manifesto was drawn up in San Diego (then having a population of 2,500 people, 75-percent of whom were Hispanic ). Later dubbed the Plan of San Diego, the Spanish-language document called for a race war against Anglo Texans:
On the 20th day of February, 1915, at two o’clock in the morning, we will arise in arms against the Government and Country of the United States of North America, ONE AS ALL AND AS ONE, proclaiming the liberty of individuals of the black race and its independence of Yankee tyranny which has held us in iniquitous slavery since remote times… .
Despite the invocation of “the black race,” the purpose of the Plan of San Diego was to turn southern Texas into an independent republic controlled by Hispanics. Under the banner of “Equality and Independence” and led by the so-called “Liberating Army For Races and Peoples,” the rebels, who took the name of Seditionistas, hoped that by shedding enough Yankee blood, the Hispanic republic would gain independence and rejoin Mexico. Thus, the stain of the American victory of 1846-1848 would be wiped clean and “North American imperialism,” which had taken Mexican territory “in a most perfidious manner” would be defeated .
The plan also called for an independent republic in the Southwest for blacks. The Apaches would also get Anglo land, while the Japanese were to join in the Hispanic and black war against Anglo whites. In general, the Plan of San Diego, which was signed by Mexican nationals and US citizens of Mexican ethnicity, called for an ethnic cleansing of English-speaking whites in Texas and the Southwest, and wanted Hispanic, black, Indian, and Japanese (but not Chinese) to do the killing. The plan prompted years of anti-white violence and codified a brand of Hispanic chauvinism that continues to this day.
Sinclair Jenkins, American Renaissance >>