44 “Porto Ricans are beyond doubt the dirtiest, laziest, most degenerate and thievish race of men ever inhabiting this sphere. What the island needs is not public health work but a tidal wave or somenting to totally externinate the population.
45 I have done my best to further the process of extermination by killing off 8...” Cornelius Rhoads, 1931.
46 “Poor Mexico, too far from God, and too close to USA.” Porfirio Díaz(Mexican dictator from )
47 “. . . we must march from ocean to ocean, We must march from Texas straight to the Pacific ocean. . .It is the destiny of the white race, it is the destiny of the Anglo-Saxon race.”(The “Congretional Globe” February 11, 1847)
48 “the universal Yankee Nation can regenerate and disenthrall the people of Mexico in a few years; and we believe it is a part of our destiny to civilize that beautiful country.”(“The New York Herald”)
59 “We have about 50% of the world´s wealth but only 6 “We have about 50% of the world´s wealth but only 6.3% of its population…In this situation, we cannot fail to be the object of envy and resentment….
60 We need not deceive ourselves that we can afford today the luxury of altruism and world-benefaction….” George <kennan, US State Department senior planning offcial, 1948.
61 “He who controls the food chain controls the people; he who controls energy, will be able to control entire continents; he who controls money can control the world.” Alfred Heinz (Henry) Kissinger Jew-German-USA citizen.
63 If you’re looking for the best way to make people dependent, it seems to me that food dependence is excellent.H. Humphrey, USA Vice-president.
64 “the effort of some developing countries to become self-sufficient in terms of food production should be a memory of old times. Those countries must save money importing food from the United States.”John Block, USA Secretary of Agriculture
65 “Food is power. We use it to change behavior “Food is power! We use it to change behavior. Some may call that bribery.We do not apologize.”Catherine Bertini, Executive Director, UN World Food Program, former US Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, 1995.
66 The NAFTA WallAgriculture is important to our nation, to feed our people. Can you imagine a country incapable of producing enough food to feed its population? It would be a nation exposed to international pressures. It would be a vulnerable nation. That’s why when we talk about American agriculture, actually we’re talking about national security.George Bush Jr. July 27, 2001, Washington.
67 NAFTA USA, 1.20 hrs. = 1 ton of corn Mexico 18 days = 1 ton of corn
81 “If all undocumented people in the USA were expelled, the effect on the Northamerica economy…would be less than dessaster…Fruits and legumes in Florida, Texas and California wouldn’t be harvested. Food would spectacularly raised its prices. Mexicans want to come to the US, they are needed and add visible to our wellbeing.”John Kenneth Gilbraith, “The Nature of Mass Poverty” 1977.
82 The Ideological WallThe reason we are in Irak is to plant the seeds of democracy so they flourish there and spread to the entire region of authoritarianism.”George Bush.
83 “The party of the Iraq war and family values desperately needs you to forget about dead soldiers and randy congressmen, and to think instead about the bad things immigrants will do to us if we don’t wall them out. Hence the fence, and the vast campaigns against it.”(The New York Times, Editorial, Oct )
84 “the most important step Americans [sic] can take to end hunger is to remove U.S. support —financial, diplomatic, and military— from regimes determined to resist the changes necessary to end hunger.”Frances Moore Lappé