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Yet another reconquista photo album the MSM won’t print

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By Michelle Malkin  •  June 1, 2010 05:40 AM

On May 3, 2010, I posted photos of the May Day angry mob you didn’t see on the nightly news.

On April 26, 2010, I posted a gallery of open-borders extremists protesting Arizona’s immigration enforcement law.

And throughout the shamnesty battles of 2006 and 2007, I kept you informed about the anti-American, anti-sovereignty, anti-police, pro-Che protesters who put the American flag second.

On Saturday, thousands of reconquistadors descended on Phoenix to carp about how awful America is — and to publicly protest in ways that Mexico bars illegal aliens within its own borders from doing.

Donald Douglas has an excellent, on-the-ground photo essay and report here. A few of his pics say it all:

There was much more. Here’s a photo I found of demonstrators complaining about being “in the shadows”…while they marched openly in the sunshine…

…and while they drove their Mexican flag-adorned luxury cars out in the open…

…and while they raised their fists in open defiance…

…and while they pounded the pavement “sin miedo”…which is Spanish for “without fear”…

The anarchists and socialist freaks were out in full force again…

And so were the indigenous supremacists…

The open-borders lobbyists at Alto Arizona have organized an “art campaign” to spread their American sovereignty-undermining message:

Attention, law-abiding photoshoppers — time for a secure-borders art campaign to counter their propaganda. Who’s in?

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