Since I live in a town that is "virtually Mexico" just outside of Chicago, it could be used as a warning for all Americans to defend their neighborhoods against the Latin American invasion. Just yesterday, a fire took out a house less than 3 blocks away from me. It revealed that people were living in the attic. That is an absolute violation of housing and fire department rules. But this town is filled with Latino gangs and illegals from south of the border. The stench of Mexico is all over Cicero and it effects the laws here. LA RAZA groups pushed their "culture" onto Cicero many years ago in the form of a lawsuit that prohibits Cicero from limiting the amount of people in a building. There has been many people killed because of this. Earlier this year, 7 people were trapped in an attic because they could not escape the fire that was set on the back stairs, their only means of escape. THis happens all the time and no one does a thing to stop it. As a result, Cicero is one of the populated towns in America, that is filled with the worst of Mexico. It feeds off of the American taxpayer like a leech. If you live in American and pay taxes, a portion goes to "educate" most of Cicero's children and the schools here are 92-96% hispanic which means you are feeding Mexico. Here is an example of what happens in MexiAmerica: 10 escape arson fire in Cicero November 23, 2010 1:29 PM | No Comments Two homes were ravaged by an early morning fire in the 5000 block of South 30th Street in Cicero. (Antonio Perez/Tribune) Ten people escaped injury early this morning, fleeing flames in a Cicero house into which an incendiary device was thrown, authorities said this afternoon. "It could have been another Valentine's Day tragedy," said town spokesman Ray Hanania, referring to the fire earlier this year that killed seven people. That building's owner and maintenance man have been charged with murder and arson in a scheme to collect insurance money. Four people were living in the attic of the house at 5060 South 30th Street from which there was only one exit at the rear, Hanania said. "Fortunately they were all able to get out," he said. Six other people in two apartments below also escaped. The house was a total loss. The fire spread to and also destroyed a vacant house next door. The fire was started by a Molotov-cocktail device about 1:30 a.m., Hanania said. "There are no suspects but it is definitely being investigated as arson." -- Staff report 10 escape arson fire in Cicero - Chicago Breaking News --------------------------------------------------------------------- If that isn't enough, here's another story about what it is like to live among the Mexicans: Cicero boy, 15, fatally shot steps from his home Killing came just days after he was dismissed from program for troubled teens By Christy Gutowski, Tribune reporter 7:47 PM CST, November 23, 2010 A 15-year-old boy was gunned down steps from his Cicero home just days after being dismissed from a program aimed at keeping troubled teens on the right track, authorities said. Kevin A. Sanders died Monday after being shot once near his home on the 1600 block of South 55th Court. Paramedics rushed Sanders to MacNeal Hospital in Berwyn, where the teen was pronounced dead at 5:05 p.m., according to the Cook County medical examiner's office. His mother, Rosa Sanders, said she was too upset Tuesday to comment. "He was just a baby," she said. Police on Tuesday still were searching for the gunman in what authorities described as a gang-related shooting. "We believe he was targeted," said Ray Hanania, a Cicero spokesman. "He was identified as an individual who was involved in gang activity." Sanders was enrolled in Cicero's juvenile improvement program, in which teens involved in certain nonviolent crimes meet for 10 consecutive Saturdays to complete community service projects, tour Cook County's adult boot camp and interact with police and other speakers who try to help them escape drug and gang activity. Hanania said an uncooperative Sanders was released from the program Saturday. "It's a tragedy," Hanania said. "The counselors and police tried hard to work with him to help him escape the gangs, but he was always combative and said this was a waste of time and that he'd rather be out on the street." Funeral arrangements were pending Tuesday. Cicero murder: Boy's fatal shooting was gang-related, police say - chicagotribune.com --------------------------------------------------------- Funeral arrangements for the "American Way of Life" are pending too!