7 definitions by It's not mean if it's true

1. an illegal immigrant.

2. a criminal.

3. an individual criminally pretending to be a citizen of a nation for economic gain and/or political subterfuge in said nation, and lacks loyalty to said nation.

4. a selfish and/or cowardly person unwilling to positively change the socio-economic and political problems in his/her own country in order to benefit everyone, including him/herself, and thus runs away to another country to hide.

5. a loser.
By violating a country's immigration laws illegal aliens (illegal immigrants) prove themselves to be criminals by disrespecting the laws of the country they are trespassing into. And also by such action(s) illegal aliens (illegal immigrants) also prove that they do not believe in the rule of law.

Illegal aliens (illegal immigrants) often try to proclaim they have civil rights equal to the citizens, of the nation they have trespassed. They do not have civil rights outside of their respective countries of origin except by international treaties.

Illegal immigrants (illegal aliens) proclaim they pay income taxes to the government. They cannot do so as they do not have legitimate tax payer ids with which to do so. The tax payer ids illegal immigrants (illegal aliens) use are stolen - e.g. identity theft.
by It's not mean if it's true January 17, 2008
1. an illegal alien.

2. a criminal.

3. an individual criminally pretending to be a citizen of a nation for economic gain and/or political subterfuge in said nation, and lacks loyalty to said nation.

4. a selfish and/or cowardly person unwilling to positively change the socio-economic and political problems in his/her own country in order to benefit everyone, including him/herself, and thus runs away to another country to hide.

5. a loser.

By violating a country's immigration laws illegal immigrants (illegal aliens) prove themselves to be criminals by disrespecting the laws of the country they are trespassing into. And also by such action(s) illegal immigrants (illegal aliens) also prove that they do not believe in the rule of law.

Illegal immigrants (illegal aliens) often try to proclaim they have civil rights equal to the citizens, of the nation they have trespassed. They do not have civil rights outside of their respective countries of origin except by international treaties.

Illegal aliens (illegal immigrants) proclaim they pay income taxes to the government. They cannot do so as they do not have legitimate tax payer ids with which to do so. The tax payer ids illegal aliens (illegal immigrants) use are stolen - e.g. identity theft.
by It's not mean if it's true January 07, 2008
Singer from Puerto Rico, nee Enrique José "Ricky" Martín Morales.

Contrary to an inference in a definition of Mexican in Urban Dictionary, Ricky Martin is not Mexican, nor does he or his family originate from Mexico. See below:

"If all male mexicans would look like Ricky Martin, and all female mexicans would look like Eva Longoria, all of them would be so much welcome in this country, wouldn't they?" - paquitodj Portland May 9, 2007

The above quote is wrong and misleading. Ricky Martin is Puerto Rican, hence a natural born U.S. citizen (read American).

Why is that person inferring that Ricky Martin is Mexican?

I'm not sure. But he seems to have an agenda to Mexicanize peoples thoughts about illegal immigrants (illegal aliens) by associating a famous American singer with Mexico.

The person could also just be plain stupid to think that Puerto Ricans would be associated with Mexicans. Boricuas/Riquenos/Puerto Ricans are not Mexicans. Boriken/Borinquen/Puerto Rico is not a part of Mexico.
by It's not mean if it's true February 16, 2008
An oxymoron used to describe an American who is from or ancestors were from Mexico. Mexican is a nationality and colonial identity, but not an ethnicity. One cannot be a citizen of Mexico and a citizen of the United States at the same time. One can be from one of the ethnic groups indigenous to Mexico and be a citizen of the United States.

One can be Mayan-American, Nahuatl-American, Zapotec-American, etc., but not Mexican-American.

Many so called Mexican-Americans are descendants of the Spanish colonial population. They cannot be called Spanish-American as Spanish is not a distinct ethnicity but a national and colonial identity as well. They fall under the category of "White".
Are you Mexican-American?

No, I'm Nahautl-American.

or

No, I'm Mayan-American.

Etc.

by It's not mean if it's true February 06, 2008
An oxymoron used to describe an American who is from or whose ancestors were from the Phillipines. Filipino is a nationality and colonial identity, but not an ethnicity. One cannot be a citizen of the Phillipines and a citizen of the United States at the same time. One can be from one of the ethnic groups indigenous to the Phillipines and be a citizen of the United States.

One can be Ilocano-American, Negrito-American, Ibalois-American, etc., but not Filipino-American.

Some so called Filipino-Americans are descendants of the Spanish colonial population. They cannot be called Spanish-American as Spanish is not a distinct ethnicity but a national and colonial identity as well. They fall under the category of "White".
Are you Filipino-American?

No, I'm Tinguian-American.

or

No, I'm Tbolis-American.

Etc.
by It's not mean if it's true February 29, 2008
1) A Tagalog.

2) The Tagalog language.

3) The Tagalog national identity of the Philipines.

4) A Spanish colonization word for people from the Philipines, not a word of indigenous origin.
A: What is he?

B: He's Filipino.

A: I thought he was Tagalog.

B: Same thing. There is no difference between the two.
by It's not mean if it's true November 28, 2007
1. A Tagalog colonial master of the Phillipines.

2. Any non-Tagalog individual of the Phillipines who has subordinated him/herself to Tagalogs and embraced the Tagalog national identity (Filipino) as his/her own.

Ilocanos, Bisayans (Visayans), and Pampangos, amongst other indigenous and non-indigenous ethnic groups from the Phillipines, sacrificed their own ethnic identities when they chose to be a part of the Tagalogs' Filipino national movement.
Since your ancestors are Bisayan (Visayan) are you Bisayan (Visayan) also?

No, I am no longer Bisayan (Visayan). I am now part of the Tagalog Empire, I am Filipino (Tagalog).

What about the Ilocanos, Pampangos, and the other ethnic groups in the Phillipines?

We are all part of the Tagalog Empire, we are all Filipino (Tagalog). We all speak Filipino (Tagalog).
by It's not mean if it's true February 06, 2008

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