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April 7, 2007


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Mexica Movement joined the march and protest against the white supremacist immigration laws of the "United States of America" with new tools. We need to reframe all of this "illegals" and "immigration laws" into their proper white supremacist context of European illegal entry onto our continent, slavery, genocide, racism, ethnic cleansing, land theft, and the ongoing possession of all of our stolen property. Europeans have no right to tell us where we can go on our continent. We have a right to be everywhere on our continent. They have no right to be anywhere on our continent.

The banner unfolded here is one that reminds everyone of the history of racist immigration laws. This is now going to be an added focus of the work of the Mexica Movement. We need to turn around this whole "illegal immigrants" nonsense. Europeans need to know that there is an ugly history of racism when it came to immigration. Europeans broke and entered into our continent as terrorists and thieves, taking our lives, our land, and its wealth, without our permission.

Saying "that was in the past forget about it...", just doesn't hold water. Tell that to the Jews who were thrown off of their land 2,000 years ago. Europeans say to the Jews of Europe, "Take it back, use violence, injustice, racism, and terrorism to take back what is yours." We want our continent back but without violence, without European savage injustices.

So, first they violate our borders, our soverignty, our independence, killing 95% of our population (70 to 100 million human lives), then they continue with white supremacy (the racist notion that Europeans can take what they want and that other people's laws don't apply to them).

Blacks were forced to migrate here at the point of a gun. They were under forced labor for generations under slavery. The WHITES ONLY IMMIGRATION LAW of 1790 was only the first in a series of laws meant to keep the independent British colony of "The United States of America" an Anglo-Saxon nation.

Later the INDIAN REMOVAL ACT of 1830 forced our Nican Tlaca (Indigenous) brothers and sisters out of their land in an ethnic cleansing that would allow white people to "settle" ( "immigrate") to the STOLEN LANDS of our people.

The CHINESE REMOVAL ACT was out and out white supremacy law. The NATIONAL ORIGINS QUOTA was a law against non-whites and even against Italians, Slavs, and other non-Nordic people from entering the "U.S." And of course the MEXICAN REPATRIATIONS of the 1930's were specifically against the Nican Tlaca of Mexico. This law deported U.S. citizens of Mexican ancestry (mainly Nican Tlaca) in a white supremacist wave that forced over 500,000 people into Mexico.

The BRACERO PROGRAM was just a slave labor program meant to keep Nican Tlaca (non-whites) out of the U.S. while using up their lives in slave labor.

The six piñata represent the most white supremacist immigration laws passed over the last two hundred years. The captions read:


1790 "Free White Persons" Law


Ethnic Cleansing of Indigenous People


1882 Law Kept Chinese Out of U.S.


1924 Law Favored People of Nordic Origin


1930’s Deporting U.S. Citizens


Work Here But Don’t Stay Here


The flag of the Mexica Movement represents the enlightened Nican Tlaca (Indigenous People) who have rejected the flags of Canada, Mexico, and all of the "Central American" republics because they are the flags of colonialism, white supremacy, and because they do not represent us, the Nican Tlaca of this continent.

Our flag rejects the borders on our continent. Our flag unites all Nican Tlaca of this continent. Our flag rejects the separtion of our people into European colonial nations. Our flag represents our people as the independent and united Nican Tlaca of this continent.

Our flag is the exclusive property of our organization:  The Mexica Movement.  We do not authorize anyone to use our flag.  Only members of the Mexica Movement are allowed to use our flag in any form




This KKK symbol represents the white supremacy of the INDIAN REMOVAL ACT This KKK symbol represents the white supremacy behind the Mexica Repatriatons.
Preparing the flags. Our information booth is there early. We talk with the people as they come.
  We discuss the issues.  
  We prepare to march.  
  One of our many volunteers read our fliers.  
The march begins People are waiting The messages are ready
Mexica Movement is ready and marches    



FACTS  Y O U   S H O U L D   K N O W !

MEXICA    Mexica (Meh-shee-kah) is the original Nahuatl (the so-called Aztec language) way of pronouncing Mexican, Mexicano, and Chicano and Chicana. The Mexica was the last of our great Anahuac civilizations (1325 to 1521).  Mexica is the only one of our cultures and civilizations which has enough surviving material from which we can reconstruct our Anahuac nation.  The Mexica were victims of an ethnocide that left no one today who can authentically call themselves Mexica, much like in Italy there is no one who can authentically call themselves Roman.  Therefore, the rest of us who have lost all of our civilization identity and culture or tribal identity and culture, and even those of us who have a civilization or tribal identity, can and should embrace Mexica identity as a collective identity for all of us that we use in order to reconstruct our Anahuac nation and as a means of Liberation.  Mexica does not negate Maya or Huichol or Comanche or Shoshone or any of our other Nican Tlaca (Indigenous) civilizations or cultures.  Mexica is our point of unity and our means of reconstructing all of our nation.

ANAHUAC    Anahuac (Ah-nah-wak) is the true name of our nation. We are all part of the Anahuac civilization that gave us the Olmeca, Zapoteca, Teotihuacan-Toltec, Maya and Mexica civilizations. The Mexica part of our Anahuac heritage is how we can reconstruct ourselves as a Nican Tlaca (Indigenous) nation, as the Anahuac Nation. We have historic, cultural, linguistic, and racial factors that make us one Anahuac nation, which includes all of our civilizations and cultures. The Mexica heritage gives us a history, language, theology, and study base from which we can rebuild all of our Anahuac heritage.  We are a beautiful mosaic of civilizations and cultures throughout this whole continent that Europeans call "America".  But this is not "America", this is Anahuac.

NICAN TLACA    Nican Tlaca is our Nahuatl (Mexica) language way of saying "We the people here", in reference to all of us who are Indigenous to Cemanahuac (what Europeans call "the Western Hemisphere") and more specific to Anahuac which is the northern part of Cemanahuac (which is falsely called "North America"). Nican Tlaca refers to all of the people of our race in the "Western Hemisphere".  We are not Indians or indios because those are the people of a nation called India.  We are also not "Native American" because we are not related to Amerigo Vespucci, nor do we accept the concept of "Native" because it is always used in a derogatory manner.  Notice how there are no "Native" Europeans.

NOT MESTIZO    Mestizo is a racist term imposed on us by the Europeans.  Mestizo (Mixed-blood)as an identity denies us our full humanity, it enslaves us to the European world.  Full-blood or Mixed-blood we are still Nican Tlaca. Being Mixed-blood (so-called Mestizo) does not stop us from being Nican Tlaca, no matter how "white" one looks. The shades and physical looks of our Mixed-blood people are just scars from the rape of our nation. The scars do not define us! Our history, our heritage, and our continent ARE what defines us.

"CENTRAL AMERICA"    "Central America" was artificially created in 1823. Before that date we were all part of Anahuac. Anahuac includes Mexico, "Central America", Canada and the so-called U.S. We are not "Central Americans", therefore we use that term it quotes to reject it; while at the same time we know that most of our people are ignorant to its racist and colonial terms and that is the only way that they will know what we are talking about.  Much like us using the English or Spanish language, we use them in order to communicate with our people but we know that they are not our languages.  If we wrote the whole website just in Nahuatl or Maya the majority of our people would not understand a word of our website.

NOT HISPANIC    Hispanics are the Spaniards, the people of Spain. We are not Spaniards! We are Mexica! We are the people of Anahuac.  We are the Nican Tlaca (Indigenous people) of this continent, the true owners of this continent.  We are not Spaniards or the property of Spain.  Calling ourselves "Hispanic" denies us our true Nican Tlaca Anahuac identity, history and heritage. It enslaves us to the interests of the "Spanish" white world. Calling our people Hispanic is racist.  Calling our people Hispanic is like calling the African descent people in the U.S. Britannic because they have British names and because they speak English.

NOT LATINO    Latinos are the Latins: Southern Europeans--the Spaniards, French, and Portuguese. Calling ourselves "Latino" makes us cultural slaves of Europeans. Like Hispanic, Latino is cultural suicide. It is cultural genocide. It betrays our true Nican Tlaca ancestors.

NOT RAZA    "Raza" is not an identity. "Raza" is basically the same thing as using the Eurocentric term "Mestizo"--it takes pride in Spanish blood (what little or nothing that we may have) and puts shame in our Nican Tlaca blood and culture. Calling ourselves "Raza" is a way of saying, "I'm not an 'Indio', I have some, mostly, Spanish blood". In Mexico "Dia de la Raza" is celebrated on October 12---Columbus Day. Imagine that! We are celebrating the rape of our mothers, the rape of our nation, the enslavement of our people.

EUROPEAN, WHITE AND CRIOLLO are basically the same thing. These are "White" people who are on our continent. Europeans can call themselves "Canadian" or "American" but their homeland is still Europe and they are still trespassing on our continent. A Criollo is someone of "authentic Spanish-European" descent who is still on our land exploiting our people, our resources and our wealth. GENOCIDE as defined by Raphael Lemkin, " the planned annihilation [killing] of a national [Mexican] or racial group by a variety of actions [biological warfare, oppression, enslavement] aimed at undermining the foundations essential to the survival of the group [Nican Tlaca of Anahuac] as a group.

MEXICA MOVEMENT is leading the way with actions that defend our people, actions that provide a vision for the liberation of our people, actions that confront the racism against us and the occupation of our continent by Europeans. We declare ourselves independent from the Hispanic-Latino European colonialism and racism that has enslaved us for over 500 years.


1) Study this document and go to our website for more information:

2) Read the recommended books listed below under BIBLIOGRAPHY.

3) If you can't get your books from your local library buy them from the

4) Share your knowledge! Make good quality copies of this material and pass it on.

5) Study the materials and the website. If you live in the Los Angeles area call us at (323) 981-0352 so you can visit us, join us in activities, or to become a supporter. You can also donate money to support our movement (we are a non-profit organization).

6) Once you understand our philosophy, and you have found the courage to change your life, become a part of the Mexica Movement.



None of these books are perfect, but they are the best of the best that are out there.  Read these with caution.  These books are from 90 to 100% right on the history and issues of our people.

(Read in this order, please)

1 Daily Life of the Aztecs by Jacques Soustelle

2 Mexico by Michael Coe

3 Mexico Profundo by Guillermo Bonfil Batalla

4 American Holocaust by David E. Stannard

5 Anahuac Book by Olin Tezcatlipoca  located on this website  click here

6 Year 501 by Noam Chomsky

7 Colonizer's Model of the World by J.M. Blaut

8 Mexica Handbook by Olin Tezcatlipoca

9 Mexico's Indigenous Past by Lopez Austin and Lopez Lujan

10 American Indian Contributions to the World by

Emory Dean Keoke & Kay Marie Porterfield


11Latin America: From Colonization To Globalization by Noam Chomsky

12Encyclopedia of World History 6th Edition by Peter Stam

13 Oxford Atlas of History 2002 by Oxford Press

14 Course of Mexican History by Michael C. Meyer and William L. Sherman

15Oxford History of Mexico 2000 by Michael Meyer and William Beezley

16 In the Language of Kings by Miguel Leon-Portilla

17 Skywatchers by Anthony F. Aveni

18 Flayed God (out of print, get used) by Roberta and Peter Markman





Just type in the title you are looking for



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