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Anishinabe Conquest of Mexico

It will be extremely important for you to ignore white historians accounts of the Mexican War For Independence. They claim the whites fought the war to free themselves from the rule of Spain. That is far from the truth. However, after the whites invaded Mexico in 1519, they soon learned about the prophecy which Aztec leaders took very seriously in which a beared man left the Mexican coast, sailing off towards the east, telling the Indians that he would return some time in the future. Most likely it was Anishinabe soldiers leaving Mexico, for their homeland in the east of Canada. Some event (a catastrophe) eventually ended the constant contact between the Anishinabe people of the east of Canada, and the Anishinabe people of Mexico (Aztecs, Toltecs, and all other Nauatl Indians). We only need to look upon a map which shows Hudson Bay and the Great Lakes, to learn about the catastrophe which ended the contact between the Anishinabe people of the east of Canada, and the Anishinabe people of Mexico.

There had always been a population of Anishinabe people in the Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas region, after the Seven Fires Prophecy became aware of by the Anishinabe people that is. After the whites invaded in 1492, Anishinabe soldiers were ordered by their ogimak to invade towards the south, and towards the west. We must also assume that large numbers of Anishinabe soldiers invaded towards the southwest (into the Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas region) after the invasion of the whites. That Anishinabe diaspora towards the Oklahoma and Texas region, probably occurred while Pontiac ruled. By the late 18th century they had obviously invaded the Texas region and merged with the earlier group of Anishinabe people. They would soon launch military campaigns against the Spanish who controlled Texas, the Alta California region (that be Arizona, California, western Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and southwestern Wyoming), as well as Mexico and most of the rest of Central America.

By the early 19th century, the Anishinabe Nation was prepared to battle the whites for control of Mexico. English leaders, and leaders from other white nations who were in a confederation with the English, knew from the prophecy warning, that the Anishinabe people would once again bring Mexico under their control. They early on conspired to battle the Anishinabe Nation for control of Mexico. In Alta California, the whites in a confederation, commenced to colonize the west coast of California in 1769. Anishinabe ogimak from probably what is now the Great Falls, Montana region, ordered their soldiers to battle the whites who commenced to colonize the west coast of California after 1769. Their western military was likely headquarted in either the Idaho region or Utah region. They had more success in northern California, than central and southern California. In the Arizona region (Sonora), Anishinabe soldiers had brought that region under their control by the 1790s.

Next in the Anishinabe military plans for subduing Mexico, was forcing their way into the New Mexico and Texas region, and then to the south of Mexico where, of course, was a very large Anishinabe population. They commenced to war upon the whites (English-Spanish and the other white nations allied in a confederation) around 1810. Spain conspired with England and other white nations, to have white settlers settle down to live in Texas, and Anishinabe ogimak were fully aware of that. Texas would be a major battleground during the 1810-1820 Mexican War For Independence. Anishinabe ogimak knew if their soldiers could bring Texas under their control, Mexico was their's. There was, after all, an extremely large Anishinabe population in the south of Mexico. By 1820, the Anishinabe people controlled all of Mexico, excluding the extreme west of California, where large numbers of whites settled after 1769. However, Anishinabe ogimak continued to send their soldiers to the west of California, to battle the whites for control of California. As for the rest of Alta California, Anishinabe soldiers controlled that entire area. Below is a list of the major battles of the Mexican War For Independence.

Battle of Guanajuato

Battle of Monte de las Cruces

Battle of Mexico City

Battle of Guadalajara

Battle of Rosillo Creek

Battle of Alazan Creek

Battle of Medina

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