Burning Mexican Flags in Sanctuary Cities Next “Flag Day.”

It started off as a partial joke on a Facebook post, as some of my articles do. I was looking at a lot of the posts leading up to the Inauguration, and all the promised riots, protests, the leftist feminist woman’s march for wearing body parts, and all the boycotts, un-celebrations, condemnations, and violence leading up to the Inauguration. One of my friends had a post about protests in Oakland, CA, which being a Bay Area person, for now, interested me. So I joked and asked everyone in my vast network, “who wants to come with me and burn a flag of Mexico in downtown Oakland when the protests are going on?”

You can imagine what happened next. The thread was packed with warnings, and “don’t go!” And all kinds of…


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  1. Pianki says:

    Have anyone ever read Mexico’s Constitution?
    Article 24. Everyone is free to embrace the religion of his choice and to practice all
    ceremonies, devotions, or observances of his respective faith, either in places of public
    worship or at home, provided they do not constitute an offense punishable by law.
    Every religious act of public worship must be performed strictly inside places of
    public worship, which shall at all times be under governmental supervision.

    Legal capacity to acquire ownership of lands and waters of the Nation shall be
    governed by the following provisions:
    I. Only Mexicans by birth or naturalization and Mexican companies have the right to
    acquire ownership of lands, waters, and their appurtenances, or to obtain
    concessions for the exploitation of mines or of waters. The State may grant the
    same right to foreigners, provided they agree before the Ministry of Foreign
    Relations to consider themselves as nationals in respect to such property, and bind
    themselves not to invoke the protection of their governments in matters relating
    thereto; under penalty, in case of noncompliance with this agreement, of forfeiture
    of the property acquired to the Nation. Under no circumstances may foreigners
    acquire direct ownership of lands or waters within a zone of one hundred
    kilometers along the frontiers and of fifty kilometers along the shores of the country.

    II. Religious institutions known as churches, regardless of creed, may in no case
    acquire, hold, or administer real property or hold mortgages thereon; such property
    held at present either directly or through an intermediary shall revert to the Nation,
    any person whosoever being authorized to denounce any property so held.
    Presumptive evidence shall be sufficient to declare the denunciation well founded.
    Places of public worship are the property of the Nation, as represented by the
    Federal Government, which shall determine which of them may continue to be
    devoted to their present purposes.

    Chapter II
    Mexicans
    Article 30. Mexican nationality is acquired by birth or by naturalization:
    A. Mexicans by birth are:
    I. Those born in the territory of the Republic, regardless of the nationality of
    their parents:
    II. Those born in a foreign country of Mexican parents; of a Mexican father and
    a foreign mother; or of a Mexican mother and an unknown father;

    Article 32. (14)Mexicans shall have priority over foreigners under equality of circumstances
    for all classes of concessions and for all employment, positions, or commissions of the
    Government in which the status of citizenship is not indispensable. In time of peace no
    foreigner can serve in the Army nor in the police or public security forces.
    In order to belong to the National Navy or the Air Force, and to discharge any office
    or commission, it is required to be a Mexican by birth. This same status is indispensable
    for captains, pilots, masters, engineers, mechanics, and in general, for all personnel of the
    crew of any vessel or airship protected by the Mexican merchant flag or insignia It is also
    necessary to be Mexican by birth to discharge the position of captain of the port and all
    services of pratique and airport commandant, as well as all functions of customs agent in
    the Republic.
    Chapter III
    Foreigners
    Article 33. Foreigners are those who do not possess the qualifications set forth in Article
    30. They are entitled to the guarantees granted by Chapter I, Title I, of the present
    Constitution; but the Federal Executive shall have the exclusive power to compel any
    foreigner whose remaining he may deem inexpedient to abandon the national territory
    immediately and without the necessity of previous legal action.
    Foreigners may not in any way participate in the political affairs of the country.

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