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1910-1920 Mexican Revolution

You would think that this war had nothing to do with the Anishinabe people. That is incorrect however! As mentioned over and over, 100,000s of Indians and even large numbers of blacks, fled to the north of Mexico to escape from evil white intentions. That occurred primarily in the 19th century but actually may have commenced in the 17th century, if historians are correct about a group of Shoshone Indians (Comanche) invading Mexico in the 17th century, from the Montana-Wyoming region. Below is a list of the Battles of the Mexican Revolution. By the early 20th century, the Indian population of northern Mexico was in the millions. What occurred in Indian Territory in 1907 may have led to the Mexican Revolution. In 1906, a couple of brothers in El Paso, Texas made plans for starting an uprising in the north of Mexico but nothing came from it. It is known as the Magonistas Movement. On November 17, 1907 Indian Territory (eastern Oklahoma) was eradicated. In 1908 the Magonistas attempted to take the Mexican city of Ciudad Juarez but failed. These events were the beginnings of the Mexican Revolution.

Those Indians and blacks living in northern Mexico, originally lived in the eastern part of what is now the United States. They were subjugated by the Anishinabe people who were warned by the Seven Fires Prophecy to move away from the whites or be destroyed if they did not. Anishinabe ogimak (leaders) quickly acted after the whites invaded. They eventually knew by the mid 18th century that the predictions foretold in the Seven Fires Prophecy, were true. Thus, they forcefully relocated the native Indian tribes and blacks in what is now the eastern United States, to the Caribbean Islands, South America, and Mexico.

In the first years of the 20th century, the leaders of the English colony of the United States, commenced to focus their attention on northern Mexico. They knew the Anishinabe people were there and still a mighty force to have to deal with. The whites wanted to exterminate them as foretold in the Seven Fires Prophecy. At certain hearings in the government of the United States, news of the Anishinabek and other Indians of northern Mexico, was discussed. They usually referred to the Anishinabe people of Mexico as the Kickapoo. It was reported at one of the hearings that the Anishinabe people of northern Mexico, chose the fineness land in the north of Mexico to be theirs. It was described as being a vast basin with little water and was practically fenced in by mountains. What that means is very clear. The Anishinabek were still independant and that was not acceptable to the evil white race. Most likely the land was in Coahuila (just east of the Santa Rosa Mountains), straight up to the western Texas border, to just south of El Paso, and continued on over to the Mexican State of Sonora, then advanced down to the Mexican States of Durango and northern Zacatecas, and then eastwards to western Nuevo Leon, then back up to Coahuila. It included all of the Mexican States of Chihuahua, Coahuila (in 1910 Coahuila was a part of Chihuahua), Durango, and Sonora. Then there were large numbers of Anishinabe people (Aztecs) in southern Mexico.

It was in the early 1860s, when the whites brought Mexico back under their control. Anishinabe soldiers had brought Mexico under their control around 1815-1820. They continued to control Mexico up to the Mexican-American War of 1846-1848. However, after the whites invented the revolver in the mid 1830s, they forced their way into the south of Mexico in the late 1830s. It was France which led the white confederation to invade southern Mexico in the late 1830s. It is known as the Pastry War. That is when the real Mexican-American War commenced. After the whites brought Mexico under their control after winning the Mexican-American War, Anishinabe ogimak refused to sit back and allow the whites to rule. They knew from prophecy that the whites had evil intentions. By the late 1850s, Anishinabe ogimak were organizing their brave soldiers for another war against the white invaders. They possibly were capable of making their own revolvers by that time. By 1860, a war was occurring in Mexico which may have been the cause of the so called American Civil War. It will be up to future historians to find out exactly what occurred during the years of 1861-1865. Anyway, the whites, led by France, invaded Mexico again in the early 1860s, and the war intensified. Unfortunately, the cheating whites had invented the machine gun (gatlin gun) by the early 1860s. That is what led to the whites bringing Mexico back under their control. Not in northern Mexico however and other parts of Mexico. There was two Mexico's at the time and still is.

After the whites brought Mexico under their control again in 1865, they were still aware of northern Mexico's large Indian population which included blacks, and their Anishinabe subjugators. Northern Mexico was very unsafe at the time and still is. That is because the Anishinabe people and their Indian and black allies, refused to be ruled by Mexico's government. Between 1865 and 1910, the north of Mexico was a topic the white confederation did not ignore. As for which party was the instigator of this war, that can be easily solved. It was the whites. They were led by the United States. The United States initiated the war by capturing the Mexican border town of Mexicali on January 29, 1911. Of course, the whites knew they only needed to supply the Indians of southern Mexico with their weapons to fight the war for them. That is what they did. However, the United States had no choice but to send their soldiers into Mexico to prevent the Anishinabe Confederation from bringing Mexico back under Indian control. That occurred in 1914. Total casualties in the war are estimated to have been between 1 million to 3.5 million. Most of the deaths were caused by diseases. The whites forced many of the Anishinabek and other Mexican Indians, into slavery during this war. American casualties during the 1910-1920 War, were heavy. Actually the American casualties of this war in Mexico, are listed under American casualties of World War I. Of the total casualties of the Mexican Revolution which were between 1 million and 3.5 million, the American casualties were 320,710. Of that number 116,708 were killed but most (63,195 died from diseases), while another 204,002 were wounded. Anishinabe soldiers actually made their own weapons to use in this war, and also continued the use of bows and arrows, as well as using the ancient one shot musket guns.

Huerta Takes Control

Before this war actually started, the President of Mexico was Porfirio Diaz. He was actually acquainted with President Benito Juarez who white historians claim was prone to ask for help from the United States. That could be true or not true. Juarez was Indian. President Juarez had to deal with a white invasion into southern Mexico in 1861. Three white countries which were a part of that confederation which is now known as the European Union, were France, Great Britain, and Spain. They forced their way into Vera Cruz in December of 1861 and took control of a custom house in Vera Cruz. It may have been a part of the so called 1861-1865 American Civil War. What occurred in Vera Cruz in December of 1861, was the start of an all out white invasion into southern Mexico which occurred in 1862. President Juarez was forced to flee to northern Mexico where a large Anishinabe population lived, in 1863. He settled first in San Luis Potosi then Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua.

President Juarez was elected President of Mexico in 1858 and served until 1864. After he settled in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, he would eventually move to Chihuahua City, Chihuahua. On April 10, 1864 the white confederation made Maximilian von Habsburgh Emperor of Mexico. Supposedly that is when President Juarez turned towards the United States for support. A complete joke or fabricated lie. It is degrading to have to deal with white historians claiming that the United States armed Mexican soldiers with their weapons after learning that President Juarez had made a request. If it is the trurth it means the whites made an alliance with non Algonquian Indians in southern Mexico to fight the powerful Anishinabe military in northern Mexico.

In 1867, the whites who invaded Mexico in 1861, were supposedly defeated and Emperor Maximilian was executed per the instructions of President Juarez. You be the judge of those ancient events! President Juarez was again elected President in 1867 and 1871. He died in 1872. He may have been a white sympathizer (bought by them), or a true Indian hero. Two other Presidents followed President Juarez. They were Tejada and Iglesias. In 1875, Porfirio Diaz traveled to New Oreleans and Brownsville, Texas to probably conspire with the whites to have him placed as dictator of Mexico. That occurred on May 12, 1877. He would rule Mexico until May 25, 1911 when the white confederation eventually tired of him. They needed a more white looking dictator. Of course, the whites didn't trust him. The whites placed Francisco I. Madero as dictator of Mexico after removing Diaz from power.

By the time of Madero's dictatorship the war in Mexico was well in progress. The white confederation which initiated this war, carefully observed Madero and eventually became very concerned. They knew the Anishinabe military was dominating the Mexican Army and the white soldiers sent to Mexico. In early 1913, Victoriano Huerta (white historians claim he was used by the whites but that most likely could be wrong) launched the so called Ten Tragic Days, or battle for control of Mexico City. Huerta was victorious. He became President of Mexico and that led to the white confederation led by the United States, conspiring to up to no dam good. The whites conspired with Venustiano Carranza to fight President Huerta and his military. Here is the part Native Americans throughout the America's must become aware of. After Presdient Huerta assumed control of Mexico, the so called Indian leader Emiliano Zapata commenced to war upon Huerta's soldiers, as did Poncho Villa and his soldiers.

The United States Invades

Both Villa and Zapata were allied with the whites. Villa controlled the white armed Mexican Army in the North, while Zapata controlled the white armed Mexican Army in the south. When the United States invaded Mexico in full force in April of 1914, brave Anishinabe soldiers who were armed with more one shot musket guns and bows and arrows, had to fight three different armies who were armed with the fineness moder day weapons of war. It did not take very long for the brave Anishinabe soldiers to feel the tide of the war turn. However, they bravely fought on until 1920. However, the fighting really continued on up to 1930. Read the Cristeros War to learn about the final years of the Mexican Revolution.

The whites may have brought Mexico back under their control again but the present war in Mexico which the white media is trying to portray as being a drug war, clearly indicates that the whites are trying again to exterminate the Anishinabe people and all other Native Americans of Mexico. After winning the 1910-1920 Mexican Revolution, the whites forced most of the Indians of northern Mexico to lose their tribal identities. However, the present war in Mexico indicates that the Anishinabe people of Mexico are still clinging on to their nationality. This present war is intensifying. And the white confederation of Europe is supplying Mexican soldiers to fight the brave Anishinabe soldiers. Even at the present time and this has gone on since the 19th century, the whites who control Mexico, always station Mexican soldiers at large Mexican cities. You know the reason for it now. It was supposedly in the 19th century, when Mexico granted Reservations for the Anishinabe people of Mexico. They refer to them as the Mexican Kickapoo. At the time (the 19th century) the State of Coahuila did not exist. What is now the State of Coahuila was a part of the State of Chihuahua before 1917.

There is at least one Anishinabe Reservation in Coahuila today which covers 17,800 acres. It is located on the eastern edge of the Santa Rosa Mountains. Supposedly another Anishinabe Reservation was granted in the State of Chihuahua (Coahuila did not exist then) which covered over 78,000 acres. Another Anishinabe Reservation was set aside in the State of Durango which covered over 17,800 acres. Then another Anishinabe Reservation was set aside in the State of Sonora where the Mexican Revolution commenced, which covered either 29,000 acres, or over 230,000 acres. It is located near Bacerac, and is also known as Tamichopa. After this war supposedly ended an event occurred a few years later which most likely indicates that the defeated Anishinabe people of northern Mexico (Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango, and Sonora) fled to central Mexico, near the Pacific Ocean. In 1926, the Cristeros War erupted. It was mainly fought in the Mexican States of Aguascalientes, Durango, Guanajuato, Jalisco, Michoacan, and Zacatecas. Historians may claim that the war was over religion but the war was fought as a result of the Anishinabe people of northern Mexico fleeing to the south, into the mountainous region of west central Mexico. They were influenced to commence the exodus by the Seven Fires Prophecy. As had occurred on too many occasions before, Anishinabe soldiers took their frustrations out on the institution of religion.

Capture of Mexicali

First Battle of Ciudad Juarez

First Battle of Bauche

Battle of Smelter View

February 14, 1911 Exodus

Battle of Casa Grandes

Battle of Agua Prieta

Second Battle of Bauche

Second Battle of Ciudad Juarez

Battle of Cuautla

First Battle of Rellano

Second Battle of Rellano

Battle of Jonacatepec

Siege of Cuautla

Military Train Massacre

Battle of Motamoros

Battle of Aviles

Battle of Torreon

Battle of Chihuahua City

Third Battle of Ciudad Juarez

Battle of Tierra Blanca

Second Battle of Chihuahua City

Americans Invade 1914

Battle of Ojinaga

Siege of Torreon

Battle of Gomez Palacio

Third Battle of Torreon

Battle of San Pedro de Las Colonias

Battle of Vera Cruz

Battle of Saltillo

Battle of Zacatecas

First Battle of Celaya

Second Battle of Celaya

Battle of Leon

Santa Isabel Massacre

Battle of Columbus

Tlaltizapan Massacre

Battle of Layacapa

Second Tlaltizapan Massacre

Battle of Xochimilco

Battle of San Angel

Mexico City Train Massacre

Jojutla and Trienta Battles

1917 Battles

Fourth Battle of Ciudad Juarez

Siege of Durango

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