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Writers' Post Blog Network - The Debate on Immigration on Cinco de Mayo

Posted on May 5, 2013 at 2:09 PM Books - Writing - Fashion Tips & Tricks

The Debate of Border-Crossing & Immigration 

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Cinco de Mayo - Immigration & Mexico

Today is Cinco de Mayo, the 5th day of the 5th Month in the Christian Calendar Year. It is a  commemorative holiday in Mexico, celebrating the victory of Mexico in the Battle of la the Puebla against Spain in 1862. May 5th is also designated Children's Day in Japan and Korea.

05 de mayo es una fiesta nacional en México. Se conmemora la victoria mexicana sobre los franceses en la Batalla de Puebla en 1862. Hoy, en México y en las comunidades hispanas de los Estados Unidos, hay celebraciones, fiestas y desfiles. El quinto día del quinto mes también se designa como "Día del Niño en Japón y Corea. Feliz 05 de mayo todo el mundo!

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Mexico Map: Cinco de Mayo history
With a population of over 12 millions people, Mexico is located south of the United States in the middle of the Americas within 761,600 Square miles, less than the size of Texas, bordering the Gulf of Mexico, Belize, the United States, and the North Pacific ocean between Guatemala and the U.S.

Not unlike the United States, Mexico has a complex landscape of high rugged mountains, low coastal plains, high plateaus, and deserts. De Orizaba, the highest volcano in Mexico sits at 5,700 miles above sea level, and the country is constantly under the major threats of hurricanes coming from the Caribbeans into the Gulf. Given its geography, Mexico's climate can be placed squarely somewhere between tropical and desert level temperatures.

The current president of Mexico, Enrique Pena Nieto, was visited last week by President Barack Obama in the Mexico City, the capital of Mexico, The country is considered poor, despite its natural resources, which include petroleum, silver, copper, lead, gold, zinc, natural gas, and timber. 

The civilization of Mexico has been traced back to approximately 13,000 years. The country was conquered by Spanish conquistadores (conquerors)  as part of the Spanish Empire's colonial expansion in the 16th Century. Beginning with the arrival of Christopher Columbus on this continent in 1492, Spain expanded its reach across Central America, the Caribbean islands, and Mexico. The Spanish moved into the Southwest and into the South coastal region of the United State, including California, and through claimed territory they colonized British Columbia in Canada. In addition, Spain extended the reach of its empire into Alaska, Washington and Oregon, as well as the Western half of South America, including Cuba, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, and the Philippines in the Pacific.

Despite the politics of immigration, the majority immigrants - legal or illegal  into the United States are not Mexicans and Mexico remains the biggest trade partner of the United States and the biggest provider of low-wage workers to the U.S.

So today, we say, En el nombre del Padre, y del Hijo, y del Espíritu Santo, Âmen. 

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