Why do we believe in what we believe? This question keeps surfacing time and time again. What makes
us so convinced of our ideology and our cause and beliefs?
We say it has to do with honor.
We are honor bound to defend our family and friends. We would rather see our enemies dead rather
than dishonor ourselves by our lack of courage. We are obligated to fight for our people and nation. Even to sacrifice ourselves!
We are true and loyal to our beliefs? Why? Because we understand that this is the only right way
to live. It is personal. It is everything. To go against it means that we prefer the path of cowardice and weakness.
But many have yet to understand this concept. The concept of honor, that is. And this is why we
believe these other people have no right to call themselves Indianist (even Indigenistas).
We are the representatives of our People and what they stand for. What you like and what you think
means absolutely nothing to us and our communities. We will follow only the brave, humble, noble, heroic of our race. The
others can die or stay away.
We understand that this is just an ideology and that to follow it completely is difficult if not
impossible. What then we ask of our followers is for them to always do their best in what they do --and to always to aspire
to honor our ancestors.
We, then, are asking our followers to have some standards to live by. How do we dress, how do we
act, how do we speak to others: this was important back then and this is important now.
We instinctively know what is right. Murder is not right. Stealing is not right, and so forth.
There are no excuses. An honorable warrior does not kill for the sake of killing. To do so is to be an animal and to betray
our human dignity.
We, at the Mexican-Jaguars, are then Idealists. We do not welcome anyone who says that he or she
is Mexican. We do not accept money either: as stated somewhere else, "you cannot pay yourself into our ranks." We have no
annual subscription or pay-pall policies. We could care less of numbers in our ranks. As a friend of ours once said, we prefer
quality and not quantity.
We will never allow criminals, murderers, etc., into our ranks. This goes against our principles
and our beliefs and our Cause.
We do welcome, on the other hand, the courageous, the valiant, the honorable, and the determined
people of the Mexican and the Amerindian Race!
Victory to our Awakening!!