Mexican President Nieto Seeks To Protect Mexicans From a Life in Mexico…

There is something uniquely bizarre about the President of a country fighting to provide a better life for the citizens of his country by keeping them out of his country.

Yet that’s exactly what Mexican President Peña Nieto did yesterday, when the government of Mexico announced they would be attempting to keep their own citizens out of Mexico in order to provide them a better life in the U.S.

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(Via CNN) […] Earlier Friday, Mexico warned its citizensliving in the United States to “take precautions” and remain in contact with consular officials, following the deportation of an undocumented mother while she was on a routine check-in with US immigration authorities.

[…]  Mexican consulates “have intensified their work of protecting fellow nationals, foreseeing more severe immigration measures to be implemented by the authorities of this country [USA], and possible violations to constitutional precepts during such operations and problems with due process,” the statement said. –LINK

Apparently Making Mexico Great Again is out of the question !

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  1. ZZZ says:

    Share Pres. DT thought bubble for this picture:

    Here’s mine:

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  2. GrantsLounge says:

    NEWS we can all get behind:

    Immediate spike in self deportations reported as ALL benefits flowing to illegal immigrants halted by POTUS this morning. Further reports indicate self deportation as the only way said individuals can maintain a clean record and preserve any chance of lawful reentry under the new immigration policies set forth by this administration. Film at eleven.

    Dont like it? You damn well wont like the alternative!

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  3. trapper says:

    This isn’t about Nieto caring about Mexicans in the US illegally. It is about desperately trying to delay the catastrophic failure of Mexico. He knows it. President Trump knows it. Some border state governors know it. Rahm knows it. And I expect General Kelly knows it.

    I have said this before, but I will restate it: Mexico is a failed state (or narco state, no difference) whose continued existence depends upon two revenue sources: the proceeds from illegal drugs smuggled into the US, and $25 billion of wire transfers from the US into Mexico each year (larger than Mexico’s entire oil industry) by some 30 million Mexicans illegally living and working in the US. Interfere with either of these two revenue streams and Mexico descends into Mad Max crazy.

    I’m sure Rahm knows this. The hundreds of murders annually on the streets of Chicago are attributable almost entirely to 300 street gangs fighting turf wars over sales of illegal drugs flooding over America’s nonexistent southern border. No one wants to stop the Chicago murders, because no one wants to interfere with the illegal drug trade, because no one wants to stop the flow of drug money to Mexico, because no one wants to acknowledge that Mexico is a failed state.

    If one looks closely, one might conclude that since its failed socialist revolution a century ago Mexico has never fully coalesced into a fully formed nation state in the Western sense in the first place. For decades America has continued to stick its fingers in its ears and sing “la la la la” and ignore the problem in front of us. Mexico doesn’t have or contribute to problems. Mexico IS the problem. And Nieto is scared to death.

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    • JohnPaulJohnes says:

      Mexico has the largest emigration of citizens.
      30 Million according to the former ambassador of Mexico.
      The US government says there are 11 Million, the same figure they used back in 1989.

      That would put a large strain on the Mexican government, as if USA had 20% of it’s population illegally living abroad then returning all 63 million Americans to USA.

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    • Les says:

      You can’t have civilization without Judeo Christian values. I’m not a churchgoer, but I know that is a fact. Without a true moral compass, a country has no direction and no good destination. Mexico is much older than American, ancient. Their civilization should be the more civilized and accomplished.

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      • WSB says:

        The ancient Mexican civilization consisted of tribal warfare, human sacrifice and child rape. It goes on today. This is why so many do not assimilate well, and we have so many problems in the US now. The Mexican culture is quite divorced from ours, as is Islam.

        Ann Coulter extensively writes about this in her book, Adios America. This book is a bit shocking, but a necessary read, IMO.

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      • Coldeadhands says:

        Well said.

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      • muffyroberts says:

        Mexicans are Catholic, mostly.

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        • 2x4x8 says:

          (white) Spanish Missionaries turned their Churches into Social Service Centers for the least capable (browns) go into any large city where European settlers built Churches for worship that have been inherited by the Mexicans and check it out

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        • WSB says:

          But only from Spain’s colonization. Mexico’s earlier history was much different than Christian.

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          • Clancy says:

            Mexico City is built on top of Tenochtitlan, the ancient capital of the Aztec empire.

            Prior to arrival of Europeans, this was the largest urban center in the Western Hemisphere.

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        • Have you ever lived in Mexico? A tiny fraction are actual Catholics.

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        • Deb says:

          Read the history of the Cristero Wars, the govt of Mexico has been very openly anti-Catholic followed by periods of behind the scenes anti-Catholicism. Freemasonry had a huge impact there during the 19th and 20th century. There are also many liberal clergy who are basically on the side of the globalists, liberation theology is basically Marxism wrapped in a Catholic veneer and it has seduced an lot of Catholics including the Pope.

          IOW, real Catholics in Mexico are quite marginalized. The elites are more or less globalists, and the horrific pseudo-Catholic pagan beliefs of some of the more tribal people that were once pushed to the fringes are making a comeback among many of the people including the drug cartels. People who dare to speak up against the evil are killed in horrific ways, and that includes faithful priests.

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          • georgiafl says:

            This is spiritual bondage/captivity. Likely the reason Mexico has suffered such corruption and poverty for so long. Haiti also has suffered spiritual captivity.

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            • mariposa232 says:

              Very true. There was also the War of the Castes in Yucatan in the mid 1800’s , when the whole Meztizo race , Spanish descent Mexicans , were wiped out by the Mayans. My great -great-great grandfather was a general in the Mexican army at the time and was killed defending the fort . My ancestors who survived fled to Belize which was under British rule . Mayan culture was already dead but they had their pride and hated Spain , much as the Aztecs did , and not much has changed as regards their disdain for the European systems of governing.

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        • farmhand1927 says:

          It’s curious then, why do so many of those Mexican, Central and South American Catholics insist on breaking the Commandment of coveting what belongs to their neighbors in the USA.

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      • Madonna says:

        I believe they are indeed more accomplished: at cannibalizing Americans in order to survive as a rogue nation, too lazy to enforce law and order. It is just so easy for the politicians to accept the $$$ from the drug lords to play along while the illegals in USA send home the bacon from up North.

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      • pyromancer76 says:

        I agree. You can’t have modern individualized, industrial (and post-industrial) civilization without Judeo-Christian values (hard won from years and years of tribal battles). And. And. You can’t have modern civilization without the Enlightenment, the rise of science, and particularly the scientific method. When you can combine the scientific method with faith, then you are talking about a potent value system, a family value system because these values cannot arise without the very hard work of two parents (and grandparents, etc.). moral living, and prosperity.

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      • susiejo says:

        I disagree as to the lack of Christian values within the Mexican community. As a native Texan and having lived amongst them my whole life, I find them much more Christian in values than liberal progressives in this country. As I have seen their problems, they originate back to their colonial days and subsequent liberation from Spain wherein the wealth of the country became concentrated in the hands of a few hispanic families. That is, descendants of European Spanish and Portugese immigrants. These families controlled the government which for the most part, served them, not the native Mexicans of the country. As a result, they did not experience anything similar to our history of economic development and the establishment of a middle class. Up to NAFTA, most Mexicans existed by farming. Corn was a major crop for them, but NAFTA destroyed their ability to compete and thus, destroyed farming for many. Where they previously would migrate here for planting and harvesting of our crops and then return home to plant and harvest their own, they began in large number just staying here. Thus the massive numbers of illegals we now are addressing. The last two decades have seen an up surgence in industrialization for them (American factories moving there) and a conversion of those corn crops into poppies (for heroin) and all the problems that go with drug lords and such. Needless to say, this was a convenient solution for their government to otherwise not have to deal with Mexico’s structural economic problems and its massive unemployment. Illegal immigration to here and the illegal drug business also enabled those politicians to continue their own corruption and enrichment. Trump’s wall is now going to create a crisis for them – a big one.

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        • polk8dot says:

          Good! Maybe when they are no longer able to export all their crime and misery here they’ll finally get around to doing something about fixing the s#it themselves.
          As long as people, or a People, have ways and means of avoiding their problems, they will. Our Wall may force them to face the disaster their country has become, and that’s the first and most necessary step on the road to actual progress. Win-win.
          Who knows – they may even erect Trump’s statues as a savior of Mexico, some 50 years down the road…. Yeah, I know, I can dream…

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Sadly, trapper, you are probably right.

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    • JAS says:

      A great deal of Mexico economy comes from Narco dollars. NatGeo has a series on it here:

      http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/explorer/episodes/narco-state/

      In one of the episodes it shows how the Cartels built Cancun to what it is today for the purpose of laundering U.S. Dollars. Think about that for a minute. Consider the magnitude of the traffic and the incredible tax-free profits, that they’ve built a whole resort city JUST TO LAUNDER MONEY!

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    • singingsoul says:

      It is the money the Mexicans who are illegally here send home he want a share of it.

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    • Patricia A Guenther says:

      Wait, what happened to “we need their skills,” or “they work harder than Americans and do the jobs better and faster,” or “they don’t take jobs from Americans.” If they are so skilled and such hard workers, why is their own President discouraging them from lending those wonder job qualifications and skills to help him rebuild Mexico?

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    • Ned says:

      Why doesn’t the U.S. TAX money transfer to Mexico? Make it 20% for starters.
      The wall would be paid for by THEM in no time.
      I will NOT go into a U.S. Post Office on Friday. I refuse to stand in line with a bunch of illegals and here them say, “money order, mexico” and whip out a wad of cash that makes a cash only gas station attendant look impoverished. They don’t pay taxes. It’s all under the table.

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    • Fry says:

      Nieto should be scared!!! He’s a terrible President not taking care of his own people!!! Millions of us in the US are tired of supporting his people!!! Time to break the magnet!!

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    • fluffyfang says:

      Third Mexican revenue source: the $60 billion trade deficit with the US.

      In other words, the US has a lot of leverage when negotiating with Mexico

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  4. andyocoregon says:

    I’ve often wondered why so many foreigners want to come to the U.S.A. when they could stay home and work to make their own country great. The only reasons I can come up with is cowardice, laziness and the enticement of getting so much free stuff tax free here.

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    • World Traveler says:

      You’ve really wondered? Then travel down to Brownsville TX, walk around, and you’ll be shocked – so many brown faces with no English, you’ll think you’re in Mexico! You’ll wonder, where did all the Americans go?

      Then walk across the Rio Grande bridge into Matamoros, Mexico (warning: do not do this alone). Walk just far enough to where you can’t see any of the river or our land to the north of it and you’ll be instantly chilled to the bone at how broken down and filthy deteriorated it suddenly all is. How much unhappier all the brown faces suddenly are. You will KNOW you are in a scary life-threatening 3rd world dump, and the best part of your visit will be your return walk across the Rio Grande bridge, back into the Good Old USA.

      Then realize that almost every country south of our border, for thousands of miles, all the way down through South America is similar to this.

      You will NEVER again wonder why any Mexican would want to come here, either to work hard or not. We live in paradise compared to most people.

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      • But it’s not magic or related to our latitude that makes life here different. Rule of law, Respect for others. These things can be taught.
        Hopefully Trumps wall will put pressure on these countries (Venezuela, I’m looking at you) to finally stop blaming others and roll up their sleves and clean things up.

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      • Shadrach says:

        Which is bizarre. They have excellent agricultural land, and lots of natural resources. By any measure, Mexico should be a rich country. I’m not sure exactly what’s wrong with them. They have all of that potential wealth, a rich trading partner, companies investing in the country over the past 30 years, and billions coming in from the illegals in the US. And they are still failing.

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        • Kroesus says:

          In my personal study of history and classes on Latin Ameirca vs the “New World” of North America I once came across an interesting theory that has yet to be disproven……areas north of Mexico colonized by the French and British took on the national traits of those mother countries of industrious hard work and lawfully governed society…..the areas colonized by the Spanish/Portuguese are rife with corruption and a lack of personal or national initiative….the only exceptions to this in the Western Hemisphere is the island of Hispaniola where French Haiti is a failed state and Spanish Dominican Republic is a relatively successful country in comparison

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      • pocketnuke61 says:

        There is some hope though. Yes, the border area, probably about 50-100 miles south of the border is bad. It seems all the trash gets pushed up against the river. Same with the areas immediately around the resorts.

        But in the interior of Mexico there is good agricultural land, small businesses, industries and petroleum. I have a friend who lives south of Mexico City. I asked him how he feels about the illegals trying to get into the US. He said he does not know anyone who wants to do this, not his friends, not his family, not his coworkers, not his church congregation. He has a job in a small factory that pays enough for him to support his family in a small house with a car.

        So, as bad as it is in some parts, there is some core of good, hard working people that could form a viable nation, once Nieto and his drug lords are no longer in control. We can always hope.

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    • JAS says:

      I disagree. Sure, some do come here for the free stuff, but most people want to come here because their native countries are awash in corruption. The believe that the U.S. is unique in that corruption here is limited or nonexistent in comparison to where they come from.

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      • Wrong, they want to come here to get whatever they can. Corruption to them is a way of life. They wish they could be corrupt, other than being willing to steal whatever they need to survive.

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      • Bert Darrell says:

        JAS, I have no doubt that your view applies to some illegal aliens (who want to get away from corruption in their countries of origin) but, unfortunately, they are a tiny minority. Stealing social Security numbers (SSN) to get jobs, not paying taxes (most), claiming tax credits they don’t deserve, working under the table, cheating (promising/reneging/ submitting amended tax returns to collect credits), committing crimes (burglary, rape, assault, murder, etc.) are extreme forms of society abuse in which the knowingly engage. As a whole, the aliens bring with them corruption, which permeates our honor system in a perverse and contagious manner.

        We don’t often hear about the problems faced by those whose SSN are being illegally used, such as being accused of crimes committed by others, fighting the IRS to receive tax refunds when somebody living elsewhere is using a SSN to open bank accounts, get credit cards, make investments, and your tax return does not include their activities.

        Entering the U.S.A. without a visa is a crime. Crime has consequences.

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        • JAS says:

          If this were true, taking the fact have 30 million illegal immigrants in our country into account, the crime and corruption would be larger than it is now by many orders of magnitude. So no, I don’t believe this is the norm. And yes, there are a lot of bad apples in the bunch, much like we have a lot of bad apples on our side of the fence. But is is far from being “all” of them.

          That said, it doesn’t matter how good their intentions are if their first act coming into this country is breaking our immigration laws. That right there is unacceptable in my book.

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          • Bert Darrell says:

            Crime and corruption perpetrated by illegal aliens is larger than we think because the MSM ignores it. The abuse they inflict in terms of taking jobs that Americans would, and bringing down wages is massive. Also, we have illegals collecting welfare, receiving free medical care, and jamming their children into schools we pay for. All of this contributes to the atrocious state of our economy. Sorry, but I believe that this is pretty much the norm, with few exceptions.

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            • JAS says:

              And now we get to the real crux of the problem. This abuse you mention in its many forms is ALLOWED to happen. Ask yourself who is allowing this abuse to happen and the reason for allowing it and you have the answer to why the problem exists in the first place, and has grown exponentially over the years.

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            • annieoakley says:

              You are correct, Bert Darrell, an I have lived this invasion for thirty-five years. And as of 2009 they are still coming in droves.

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          • filia.aurea says:

            I know people who patiently waited almost ten years to emigrate to the U.S. A land of the free is very rare in today’s world. Abiding by law is a fundamental principle, they take great pride in character. They cherish our Constitutional freedom. This is the kind of immigrant that will sustain our Republic.

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      • margo says:

        There is NO justification for the lack of successful self government within all central America. Most have coastlines, gorgeous temperate climates, lush vegetation with year round growing possibilities, and exposure to Europeans in centuries in the past where culture and innovation were shared and infused in their population. So what happened??

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        • JAS says:

          Corruption happened. On a scale unimaginable to us Americans.

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          • Deb says:

            Corruption, and also cultural Marxism. People in the US don’t realize just how destructive socialism has been not just to their economies, but to their psyche. They’ve been soaked in anti-Western civilization rhetoric much more deeply and effectively than we have.

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          • Coldeadhands says:

            Appreciate the sentiment.
            The scale of Globalist corruption of our country is in its own right, staggering. We can’t imagine this corruption any more or less than countries south of the border can imagine theirs. The big difference is that we have had a middle class that demands (or has demanded) more for their efforts.
            The big change that Globalism has been working diligently to bring about is the erosion of the middle class. Look at the drop in the middle class standard of living over the last several decades. Look at the efforts expended to move manufacturing away from the States. Huge college loans owed for educations that result in unemployment or underemployment are also part of the formula.
            And let’s not forget the latest economic crash and who footed the bill for that. How many bankers did jail time for their malfeasance?
            We have all this to thank for the mobilization of the electorate and then no small measure of faith and prayer gave a platform for DJT, the Cyrus of a new age.
            God bless POTUS.

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      • Guy Bee says:

        Corruption is limited to the Dims and their political allies who are willing to sell out America to keep their power and own money. Why is there are so many billionaire Dims who want you to give them, your money?

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    • You are talking about people from a third world country. Not only that, the poorest of the poor. Their mindset is completely different.

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    • mariposa232 says:

      That is some of it , but mostly because their leaders promote class envy and socialism but never do anything for their people , and the rich in turn do even less to help the poor because they are too busy bribing the government officials. It will take endless changes of governments in some of those countries to promote any kind of civil order , better education , etc . That is what the OAS and the UN , World Bank , should be doing with the money we give them , supporting more transparency and accountability in those countries , but it will never happen.

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    • Fry says:

      I agree!!! They come to the United States for all the freebies!!! They don’t care about the United States though. Only for handouts!!

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  5. Sharon says:

    Mexico’s emigration policy: be a smart parasite

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  6. tvollrath66 says:

    Well maybe as we get the criminals out, cut off Medicaid, foodstamps and welfare, get e-verify nationwide they will go home or Canada. ..

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    • redtreesquirrel says:

      There is a main road in my town that has been nicknamed “little Mexico” because so many Mexican shops have opened and it’s all you see walking around there shopping. Ever since President Trump was elected that street has become a ghost town. There is one main grocery store opened by Mexicans with American Citizenship. However, while passing by yesterday, I saw only 2 American men walking out together with lunch. Not a single Mexican anywhere. I believe the self deporting has begun.

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      • Les says:

        Good, hope the store remains open. I like conchas and carne asada tacos with the green sauce.

        I don’t hate Mexican Americans, in fact, I enjoy their culture. I just don’t want to feed, clothe, house, and medicate the illegals. I would rather take my grandkids on vacation each year with the tax savings.

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        • JoAnn Leichliter says:

          My position as well.

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        • M. Mueller says:

          It’s worse than that. A lot of Americans would rather feed, clothe, house, and medicate their own children. It’s getting rough to do that for many.

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        • mariposa232 says:

          And no country on the planet should assume the sole responsibility to house , feed and clothe the citizens of failed states around the globe, but perhaps the US can take the lead in demanding other governmental bodies assume some of this burden and holding the countries leaders accountable . Instead everyone is giving these crooks ( leaders of failed states like Mexico ) a pass , and blaming the US.

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        • Fry says:

          I agree! Come here legally, treat people with respect including our President and we’ll get along just great!

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      • Bert Darrell says:

        Unless they are moving to more permissive state.

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      • Madonna says:

        MARVELOUS!!!

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      • Jeshurun says:

        Yeah, there is a place in the center of my town, Gainesville, Ga that is called little mexico, has been for years. Drive through this part of town and its almost exclusively Mexican stores. The high school I went to 17 years ago was demographically around 80% white, 10% black and 10% Hispanic. Today, just 15 years later its almost exclusively black and Mexican. The America I grew up in is no more.

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        • Jacqueline Taylor Robson says:

          I was born in Gainesville! I now live in Habersham Co. but I know exactly what you are saying. If they would raid all of the chicken plants, they could get hundreds of illegals.
          I bet the road you are speaking of is Atlanta Hwy.

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          • Shadrach says:

            Those chicken plants used to employ Americans. I know those chicken plants.

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          • Gil says:

            If youve ever read Fast Food Nation, the author talks about how American companies, like tyson et al, were boldly advertising on central American radio stations hey if you come up to the us we will give you jobs. And he talks about the crime, drugs, etc. Reminded me of The Jungle quite a bit, minus the pro socialist diatribe. Nevertheless, one set of people were legal being taken advantage of (i think the story was mostly fiction) and the other set made the decision to break our laws to get here and during their stay.
            I wish we could severely fine the companies that hire them and we wouldnt have to deport. No jobs no free anything they leave on their own.

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            • Kroesus says:

              we can fine and JAIL those employers under current law…..the uniparty enables those who benefit from a low cost compliant labor force as their part of the bargain from hell

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Have heard stories for years that there’s plenty of towns in Mexico where the locals
        know only two words in English: “Buford Highway”.

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      • justfactsplz says:

        I hope you are right. I live in the country but the Mexicans have found their way here and the nearest small town has a lot of them. I haven’t noticed any decrease yet but I am hopeful. They do not take pride in where they live and are very dirty. They are rude in the stores also when I try to shop.

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      • Took a course that informs that we are talking about transnational illegal aliens, who use a sophisticated network of communication, directed transit into the U.S. into all communities, instruction in how to defraud and get benefits, a huge support system in their language, which make illegally immigrating attractive.

        Many Mexicans own property in Mexico, get grants and low-interest loans here for businesses, which gives them an advantage over U.S. citizens in that they have a nest egg in their “motherland,” and are therefore willing to take more risks with their enterprises. Our own government has restricted many building contracts to companies agreeing to hire a huge percentage of illegal aliens.

        THEY have the best of both worlds, while robbing Americans of our only country and we can’t escape from them. They have infested every single facet of our lives and our children’s futures.

        There can be no more dithering and the extraction of the infected tooth must commence. Our medicine is the truth about how ill we are from the infestation/infection and our cure is the removal of the abscessed tooth that was allowed to rot by corrupt politicians who CHOSE ILLEGAL ALIENS OVER AMERICANS.

        I don’t know about you, but I communicate with elected officials every day and inform them that I am aware of their perfidy and will hold them accountable. I don’t care who they are or who they represent. They can get on board or get scared.

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    • singingsoul says:

      Maybe it is the drug trafficking that makes everyone happy. Closing the border letting only good guys in does not help Mexico.

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  7. Making Sense says:

    Trudeau to Trump: ‘Mr. President, please give us all the unvetted refugees you don’t want. My people welcome them with love!’

    Trump to Trudeau:
    Bannon avait raison – vous avez de la merde pour le cerveau.

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  8. rsanchez1990 says:

    This is the wrong strategy for Nieto. Nieto should be arranging for all of them to come back to Mexico and bring with them all their ill-gotten gains from working illegally in the US before President Trump uses them to pay for the wall. Either get a “lump sum” from all Mexican nationals now, or get nothing, but that money tap will stop flowing soon and then Nieto will be in a world of hurt.

    But now that Nieto is committing to this strategy, one other way he can help Mexican nationals in the US is by forking over the money necessary to pay for the wall from the Mexican treasury. Then there will be no need to tax the crap out of remittances to pay for the wall.

    President Nieto, don’t listen to what that fool Vicente Fox says. You are paying for that f-ing wall.

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    • Shadrach says:

      Unless Nieto is an idiot, he will start facilitating the return of Guatemalans, El Salvadorans, and etc. through his country. He will also stop letting any of them pass through Mexico on their weigh to get into the US.

      Maybe that way he can buy himself a little time.

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      • mariposa232 says:

        And that is the bulk of the problem, aside from the drugs , the illegals are coming from the rest of C.A .

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        • Kroesus says:

          (hint) Mexico is officially part of North America, hence the correct name North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) inclusive of the three large North American nations…..CA starts at Honduras-El Salvador and ends at Panama

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      • Fry says:

        Good thinking since all funding to illegals is going to dry up soon anyway! All resources are stopping as well. I love these so called “Dreamers” here!!! What a slap in the face to U.S. young people who want to further their education. Nieto needs to take care of these so called “Dreamers” in his own country! These young Mexican Punks have no respect for our country, cussing people out and flipping people off! We don’t want this here! Go back home!

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  9. Joe Knuckles says:

    And here it is. Austin city councilman says illegals are his constituency. He knows they are voting for him, so he does not want to lose them.
    http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-immigration-raids-20170211-story.html

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  10. SpanglishKC says:

    Mexico aggessively protects what it sees as its interests…NOT A PEEP from the MSM. We do the minimum and all these American self-haters have cows. Trump came along in the nick of time. WE were closer to the end than even I could imagine.
    http://www.thediplomad.com/2017/02/the-new-mexican-war.htmlhttp://www.thediplomad.com/2017/02/the-new-mexican-war.html

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    • Rejuvenated says:

      Why do we allow more than one diplomatic mission/embassy of a foreign government on our soil? They only need one as a representative to communicate with our government leaders. That article shows Mexico having 50 and I can only come up with negative reasons for being so readily accessible… It’s not just Mexico either- many countries have additional missions throughout our nation.

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      • Kroesus says:

        we do the same thing….consular activity is to primarily help nationals navigate their visits and any trouble or hindrances that may befall them

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  11. BobW462 says:

    Nieto needs to contact Chuckie Schmucker for some tips on dealing with severe butthurt.

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  12. Cut Nieto some slack. How many Electoral Votes did he generate for Trump by inviting him to Mexico during the campaign so he could appear presidential in comparison to the fainting shrew?

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  13. Bob Thoms says:

    A real leader would see the writing on the wall and react accordingly; imagine if Nieto had a meet up with Trump in which he agreed and asked President Trump (and the American people) for help in returning the illegals, getting rid of the cartels, and securing the border between the two nations………..oh what a world that would be. A generous America would open it’s treasury to help Mexico make that kind of transition a reality

    But nope, Nieto thinks it is ole paradigm of broken borders and massive us invasion by illegals is okey dokey and should be the norm.

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  14. Big Jake says:

    Sundance, your headline is completely wrong. Nieto is trying to preserve the Mexican conquest of the southwestern United States.

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  15. Joe Knuckles says:

    The racist Hispanic caucus is concerned about deportations of criminal illegal aliens solely because they are the same race as they are. They aren’t concerned about the rest of us of other races that are being impacted by the criminality of their “constituents”.
    http://thehill.com/latino/319095-congressional-hispanic-caucus-requests-meeting-with-ice-officials

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  16. webgirlpdx says:

    Memo to Nieto: President Trump was elected 3 months ago. You should’ve already had your sh$t figured out.

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  17. Janie May says:

    In the Wall Street Journal this weekend there is an article “Mexicans Vow to Fight Trump by Jamming U.S. Courts.”

    I learned about Monarca. A group of Mexican Senators have set up a group called Monarca after the butterflies that migrate across North America. This group very likely includes former Mexico Foreign Minister Jorge Castañeda. It is also interesting to note that the Mexican GOVERNMENT is spending/investing $50 million to fight in our court system for their citizens to ILLEGALLY remain in the U.S.

    Not only are they sending money to buy attorney’s (and probably judges) but this Monarca (and other Mexican officials, legislators, governors and public figures) is planning to meet this weekend with elected officials in Arizona and migrant groups to coordinate plans to fight us and Trump.

    I note that Senator Jeff Flake is expected to meet with them, but not Tillerson. CONGRESS IS NOT CHARGED WITH FOREIGN AFFAIRS, the Executive Branch is. With McCain’s (and Lindsay Graham’s) recent undermining of Trump in Foreign Relations I see a Constitutional crisis on the horizon.

    Monarca is also exploring the idea of making the U.S. responsible for providing documentation to prove that deportees are Mexicans.

    The article says that Mexico has not officially endorsed these actions…sounds pretty endorsed to me. Let’s see government funding, check; government officials, check; government to government interactions, check. Seems to me that a foreign government is seeking to undermine and overthrow our elected leaders. How is that not an act of war?

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  18. floridahoosier93 says:

    That picture of Consuela flipping the double birds…I hope someone bitch slaps her. I can’t stand that photo.

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  19. Nchadwick says:

    My kids go to the same high school I attended – we live in Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona – At the time I attended Mesa Public Schools was the best school district in Arizona. When we bought were looking to buy a home — the school district was the most important – My oldest daughter graduated in 2010, I have a daughter that will grad next year, and twins the year after that — The above is taken from the Mesa Public Schools website – and it is staggering — here is the break down: First of all you will notice that multi-ethnicity was only added in the 2012-2013 school year –so lets focus on the percentages of white, black, mexican, and Native..

    Total Students
    1990 – 3159
    2010 2464
    2016-2764

    White –
    1990 – 87.7%
    2010 53.9%
    2016 38.2%

    Black –
    1990 2.6%
    2010 6.6%
    2016 7.9%

    Hispanic
    1990 6.3%
    2010 31.4%
    2016 44.5% (Probably safe to say that the newly added Multi-ethnicity % should be added to this category – making it 45.4%!)

    Single Family Home as Dwelling
    1990 85.8%
    2010 76.7%
    2016 63%

    One Parent Family
    1990 24.2%
    2010 28.6%
    2016 26.9%

    English as a Primary Language
    1990 96.8%
    2010 80.2%
    2016 72.3%

    Free and Reduced Lunch – automatically qualified if on government assistance
    1990 – Was not a program
    2010 39.7%
    2016 58.2%

    Gone from #1 in the State – to not even # in school district!!

    STAGGERING….

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    • Nchadwick says:

      Trying to find the scores (which don’t even get me started on standardize testing, common core, doug ducey is a jerk) but last year

      The percent is passsing in 2016
      Dobson High
      English
      Grade 9 23%
      Grade 10 17%
      Grade 11 23%

      Math
      Algebra 1 16%
      Algebra 2 20%
      Geometry 28%

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      • nimrodman says:

        Yes, you’re documenting a well-known fact. If the non-white fraction of students were removed from the statistical tally, US test scores and academic achievement would rank far more favorably than the recently publicized “last place among 1st-world nations” or 22nd or whatever it was.

        Similarly, I’ve read that if the non-white fraction of gun crime (or gun murders, I forget which) were removed from the statistical tally, the US would rank in the vicinity of Belgium or some such country.

        Inconvenient facts.

        I’ll not look up the references just now, but others are welcome to.

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    • Cupcake says:

      Wow! I live in Chandler and my daughter graduated from Chandler high school in 2015. I grew up in Tempe and graduated from Tempe high school in 1985. The East valley sure has changed.

      Curious, which school in Mesa is this?

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      • Nchadwick says:

        Dobson High School.. started looking at the numbers for the elementery schools (the up and coming – and beyond bad) – My best friend graduated from Marcos de Niza High School. She bought a house in the Lakes, our daughters are the same age – 17 now. Tempe changed and added 6th grade to their junior high, plus they changed their boundries… they bought the home when their daughter was in 5th grade, her daughter down the street – to Fees College Preparatory Middle School (used to be something else prior) however, most of her friends had gotten boundary exceptions to Kyrene School District.

        I do not subscribe to the whole victim/bullying agenda -but from the start the kids called her snow white and powder, it was pretty bad – it was expected that if your child failed tests, then every sat they would have sessions, mandatory re-takes until they passed. The last straw, her daughter had an orchestra concert. They had to be there earlier than the concert started. When she arrived for the concert – some kids, that were loitering (not there for the concert), told her to give them her instrument -and when she refused, they took it, but not before they broke her thumb in the scuffle.

        It was a month in a half before the school year – and told her to enroll he in my kids school. None of it made sense since the neighborhood is so nice. Found out when they redrew the boundary lines they drew them to redistribute the lower income to even out the school (guessing otherwise if they way was too many low income and w/ no child left behind – they would be in danger of loosing funding and once on probation close!

        So the lakes area and Fees College Prep (at that time also got a nifty name change COLLEGE PREP?, had the area of the TOWN OF GUADALUPE bused to the lakes area!!!

        Which is why the people who lived there longer were sending their kids to Kyrene!

        sorry so long – but side note — also found out that the “college prep” does not mean anything. They see it as just a name change!

        SO BAD!!

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    • feralcatsblog says:

      So Mesa is being ethnically cleansed of whites.

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  20. Howie says:

    My position on this matter is this, Round em’ all up and deport them without mercy . Capture them wherever they are and get them the hell out. No pity party excuses. Just get em the hell outta here.

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  21. p'odwats says:

    Nieto knows he’s incapable of fixing his country. I think he and every other government official in Mexico City have a secret desire for their country to be annexed by the United States. The Mexican government will never fix its corruption nor stand up to the cartels that control them.

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  22. Zennalou says:

    A controversial Kentucky lawmaker has filed legislation that would prohibit cities from resisting President Donald Trump’s executive order cracking down on illegal immigration.

    Republican state Rep. Dan Johnson’s measure blocks so-called sanctuary cities by forbidding local governments from enacting any ordinance, resolution or policy that would prohibit or restrict any communication or cooperation with federal law enforcement agencies seeking to enforce U.S. immigration laws.

    Johnson, a Bullitt County minister, gained national attention last year for posting photos on his Facebook page depicting former President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, as apes. He defeated Democrat incumbent Linda Belcher by less than 200 votes and defied the wishes of GOP leaders to end his campaign for the state House.

    This is Mitchie McConnell’s home county.

    http://www.courier-journal.com/story/news/politics/ky-general-assembly/2017/02/08/bill-would-block-sanctuary-cities-ky/97658500/

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  23. GSR says:

    Mexico is a weird place. Truly a lousy political/economic legacy of failure. If not mistaken, Mexico leads all countries in having its population leave. How sad. We need an adult in charge of Washington and we might just have one. Trump needs to stop the Me invasion. Its not our job to care for 30-50 million Mexican peasants(here legally and illegally).

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    • Fry says:

      I agree!!! It’s went on far to long! I’m sick of the freeloaders, the rude disrespect, coming here talking down on President Trump when what these people should be doing is protesting against their own government and President Nieto who basically has turned his back on his own people. Why should they come here and get a free ride???

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  24. Sursum corda says:

    Hello, he’s white. He sees this as an opportunity to get rid of his dark hued problems. Haven’t you noticed that all the higher ups in Mexico are Spanish not mestizo? They want to dump their perpetually poor and uneducated on us.

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  25. azgulch says:

    I live just outside Tucson, AZ. There are so many reasons for Mexican nationals to come here.

    1) The anchor babies – many rich Mexicans come here, buy a condo, have the wife come up and stay until she has her kid. Then sell the condo, usually trying to avoid taxes, and leave. Thus a US citizen in later life. It’s probably 1000’s per year just in Tucson. AZ Gulch wife keeps me posted.
    2) Green Card Mexicans – generally hard workers, obey the law, are not a drag on Society, and send this money back home to pay off the home, etc. Some have kids here, and by the second or third generation are true US citizens.
    3) Visa abusers – this is where you get the “illegal house cleaner”, or landscapper, or down the ladder a little the ones you can pick up at Walmart for one day labor. These people do not do real harm and for the most part don’t have fake papers or ID’s. Lot of abuse to some of these people.
    4) The bad ones – have a relative here – get fake ID’s, get on access, welfare, all the other stuff, vote. Then have kids. These are the people we need out, and their story will be ripe for the MSM, the heart rendering stupid stories.
    5) The drug guys. Round them up and drop them in Iraq, Syria, or the ocean. Sink or swim buddy.

    Bottom line, I work with a lot of them. I speak Spanish and have a house on the beach in Mexico. Some are good people, but I always feel they are trying to get the angle, the upper hand on any transaction, so I am always skeptical. Mexican laws suck for US citizens. Sorry for this long post.

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    • Madonna says:

      Bottom line is and has been obvious for decades: get rid of the anchor baby laws.
      Pregnant women from all over the world have been flying in to deliver their children and then fly home just for the purpose of citizenship. It is ludicrous and needs to be stopped retroactively, immediately. That would cut down on thousands and perhaps millions of those who in reality are illegals.

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  26. John Adair says:

    All the more reason to get the wall built ASAP and enforce immigration laws very strictly!!!

    IMHO, legislation should be put in place immediately to tax the wire transfers of money going back to Mexico and the rest of Central and South America at a very high rate !

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  27. MaineCoon says:

    As SD rminds us trillions of dollars are at stake in USA. In Mexico it’s billions of dollars illegal immigrant transfer to Mexico at stake. If memory serves I believe SD (?) said it was Mexico’s third hghest source of budgetary line item (correct me if I am innacurate.

    Fact: Nieto is desperate. His tactics won’t work on Trump.
    Fact: Trump holds all the leverage.
    Fact: Nieto is acting in what appears to be an emotional (is this cultural?) manner, whining, silly, temper tantrum behavior.
    Fact: Trump will rapidly set the stage in their meeting and the terms & conditions.

    Pres Nieto is a loser. Just like Trudeau.

    Actually most all world leaders seem like losers compared to Trump — except Abe, Putin, Netanyahu, and others yet to make an appearance.

    “I will show them how to win…”

    Trump’s ability to win as he is, to pull off what he’s pulling off, is not normal behavior.

    Frankly I am unaware of anyone else in the world in my lifetime who was able to do this.

    This about this…do you?

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    • SSI01 says:

      You must factor in the effects of “machismo” when you deal with Nieto. This is a very real thing, and not the figment of a gringo’s imagination. In Asia, it is called “face.” It’s an expression for a man’s masculinity, his ability to be a “mensch.” Someone from the outside casting aspersions on that is a wounding thing to do to someone like Nieto. His manhood has been challenged. It’s not a denigrating way to look at this – it’s peculiar to his culture. We have it, too, but it’s not as pronounced as it is in those cultures and Nieto’s stated behavior is merely a manifestation of it.

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    • Fry says:

      President Trump is going to drop the hammer! He’s a man of action who won’t back down and that’s why I support him!! Trudeau is a whimp and Nieto sounds the same! The United States needed a good strong leader and I believe Trump is our man!!

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  28. RuckusTom says:

    Here’s a mind game for you. What if our military encouraged our troops to stay with the enemy and take up arms against the USA if they got captured?

    This is the same thing the Mexican Government is doing, except with their own citizens instead of soldiers.

    I’ll say it again. The elites (Carlos Slim, Calderon, Fox) are very worried about 20 million of their own countrymen returning home and demanding the same freebies they’ve been getting while here in the country with streets paved with gold – free healthcare, free education, free housing, free food, free phones, free …. (and incarceration provides everything free). Carlos Slim won’t be the 2nd or 3rd wealthiest man in the world if he has to pay for what’s demanded by his repatriated countrymen.

    The Mexican elites are not looking at a minor inconvenience with all their poor people living the in US returning home. They’re looking at a French Revolution II where the poor drag the upper class out of their mansions and behead them.

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  29. annieoakley says:

    There is something else going on too. I worked with an El Salvadoran man educated though he spoke little English who told me his oldest daughter was going to College in Moscow. He had two Elementary age children too. He and his family are illegals but have a car, shop at Vitamin Cottage, have cellphones.

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  30. YOU CAN DO YOUR PART!

    How can I report illegal activity?

    General Illegal Activity

    Call 1-800-BE-ALERT

    Illegal Aliens

    If you would like to report illegal aliens, please call Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) at 1-866-DHS-2ICE (347-2423). They will need to know names, locations (either work place or residence) and any other specific information you can provide. Visit http://www.ice.gov for more information.

    WE’LL KEEP FIGHTING!

    AND WE WILL WIN!

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    • SSI01 says:

      The first place they should start is with the realtors in the greater DC metro area, especially in northern Virginia. I was assigned to the HQ of my govt agency in 2003 and we looked for a home in Northern Virginia. One place we visited, that was in the Realty guide to residences for sale in that area, was a two-story home, with basement and attached garage. We toured the place and there were three-tier BUNK BEDS in the basement and garage. The residents – who were from south of the border – stayed in the main house. The bedrooms were taken up with their kids and a relative or two from south of the border. I counted the bunk beds in the garage and came up with space for 40. You can figure the basement held just as many, at least. Realtors were showing this place frequently.

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      • Phone it in as a tip with as much info as you can! I am beyond certain that ICE and the guys will act on it now Trump is leading the way.

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      • Fry says:

        Holy crap!!! That’s how many illegals live!!! I know one girl who lives in Washington DC and was on the news complaining about President Trump and him not being fair is on facebook and is an undocumented “Dreamer” here with her Mom plus she has 2 sisters. She’s been in the states for at least 10 years and has done nothing??? Why? why hasn’t she applied for citizenship instead of whining about possible deportation?

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  31. feralcatsblog says:

    The New Mexican War( Saturday, February 11, 2017)

    Is there foreign interference in our elections? You bet. 
    
    The biggest offender? Not Russia, but Mexico. Mexican officials publicly called on Mexicans in the US to oppose Trump; Mexico's over fifty--yes, fifty--consulates in the US (here) are hot beds of political activity and activism. Millions of illegal and legal aliens largely from Mexico and Central America vote, yes vote. We need to have an in-depth investigation into Mexico's interference in our elections, an interference that goes well beyond revealing embarrassing DNC texts. 
    
    There. That's an investigation the GOP should endorse, and the new SecState should take up the issue of Mexican interference in our elections.
    

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  32. C. Lowell says:

    Beggaring thy neighbor led to WWI,

    Which came after the first great era of globalization — just saying…

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  33. justfactsplz says:

    Nieto is scared to death at the prospect of taking the illegal immigrants back. He doesn’t want to take care of them financially, he doesn’t want to lose their money revenue they send back to Mexico, and he sure doesn’t want the criminals back into his country to pay for in Mexican jails. Then the big one, he doesn’t want to pay for the wall. He is about to find out that you don’t always get what you want in life. He is about to be Trumped bigly. Nieto just wants to say “adios con Dios” to his citizens as they cross over our border.

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  34. way2opinionated says:

    I worked in Mexico for much of 1980 (over a third of a century ago? Gawd I’m old) I have nothing but respect for the worker bees I dealt with. But it was all wasted by the all encompassing corruption and inefficiency of the government. A factory I was at couldn’t get a phone line installed in over a year. The phone company is government owned.

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    • SSI01 says:

      And that’s what truly tragic about all of this. They have enormous potential in the productive capacity of their citizens. It’s the government that’s screwing things up. I’m told PEMEX – the Mexican petroleum company – is a government-owned operation and it’s also hosed up the Mexican petroleum industry. They have great wealth in the ground down there and they’re wasting it by the govt’s actions.

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  36. Howie says:

    What would happen if 10 million americans jumped the border and started protesting in Mexico?

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    • Fry says:

      Now there’s a thought!!! I’d go if that happened!! Let them get a taste of their own medicine! We have so many Mexicans protesting here that shouldn’t be protesting! They should all be protesting at their own government, not the United States! Put the blame where it belongs, on your own corrupt government that turned it’s back on You!!

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  37. winky says:

    Ourso called leaders who have betrayed us have given anchor babies citizenship because they abuse the real meaning of the 14th Amendment and no one has stopped them. In my humble opinion it is not the intent of the 14th amendment to give citizenship to babies born to illegal aliens who break our laws. It is the same stupid BS and the line of bull crap these stupid democrats want to spew about “sanctuary cities”. No one is going to convince me that the intent of the 14th Amendment is to give lawbreakers citizenship and P Trump believes that anchor babies is BS and I believe the same.

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    • SSI01 says:

      We are the only developed Western country that grants legitimacy to the children born in this country to illegal aliens. Other nations deport everyone involved, including the children. The 14th Amendment DOES NOT confer citizenship upon the children of illegal aliens in this country. The children are illegal, too. Maybe Mr. Sessions can set the INS, or whatever they’re calling themselves, straight as to the meaning of that law. Right now it’s obvious USBP and the others are deporting criminal illegal aliens. They are hoping non-criminal illegal aliens (there really is no such thing) will take the hint and start mass-deporting. Once you get the “slow” criminal aliens – the others will go deep underground, with MS-13 or other gangs – only the “non-crims” will be left. That’s when the fun begins. Again, Mr. Sessions is going to have to lay down the law to those organizations that plan on “jamming” immigration courts – I’m sure he can figure a legal and moral way around such a situation. These folks had better watch out with their tactics, they are creating a backlash among native-born Americans.

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    • Fry says:

      Millions of us do!! Then the topper is Senator Kevin DeLeon of California announcing that over half of his family would be deported with President Trumps law. And DeLeon sees nothing wrong with having fake social security cards, fake green cards or fake drivers license!!! This is coming from a corrupt Senator!!!! He should be deported along with his family!!!!

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  38. People believe the Mexican army have an unholy alliance with Mexican Drug Cartels, but it is not just the Mexican army, it is U.S. officials and covert operations put in place by Bush Sr back in the 1980s through NAFTA.

    Through NAFTA, U.S. gives MEXICO cash to build their country and in return we keep borders open and control their cocaine and drug trade.

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    • DIPLOMATIC GROUNDWORK FOR THE NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT (NAFTA). NAFTA, disguising concepts such as “free trade,” in the true purpose NAFTA being a significant step in initiating New World Order. The following is the testimony of a CIA operative who was given a message to deliver covertly to the future president of Mexico back in the 1980s when CIA George HW Bush was Vice President of the United States:

      “I have a message to Salinas [then not yet president of Mexico and of whom GHW Bush covertly guaranteed would serve as President of Mexico and did from 1988-1994] from the Vice President of the United States (VP George Herbert Walker Bush) to our neighbors in MEXICO: American is willing to share its wealth through a trade agreement with Mexico. We’ll trade our cash for control over Mexico’s cocaine and heroin production [that was the 1980s, now today that also includes METH AMPHETIME]. By controlling your drug industry, we can open the border between our countries to allow a free flow of cocaine and heroin [and METH AMPHETIME] into the U.S., bought and paid for in American dollars to build Mexico. Eventually this could dissolve the border between our countries all together as Mexico’s economy grows to match ours. If we being today, this dream could be realized by the turn of the century (year 2000) – sharing the same continent, sharing the same wealth. Why? The drug industry already dictates what the Mexican government can or cannot do. By giving the U.S. control of your drug industry, Mexico regains control over her government. Re-established power backed by U.S, dollars will bring Mexico on-an economic par with America. WE CAN BEING BY SPREADING THE WORLD TO THE (DRUG) CARTELS THAT THE U.S. IS COVERTLY WILLING TO OPEN THE BORDERS THROUGH FREE DRUG TRADE BY MAKING AGENTS AVAILABLE TO SHOW YOU THE PASSAGE AND ROUTES THROUGH WHICH THE DRUGS ARE TO BE DELIVERED. Only U.S. AGENTS can bring Mexican heroin and (South American cocaine across the border) and likewise they will bring the cash in. Explain to those select few who control the drug empires that the cruise line (NCL) agreement is going into mass
      expansion, tearing down the border between our countries enough to allow for as many drugs to come in as Mexico can deal out. When do we begin? Immediately. The cash is at hand.”

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      • SSI01 says:

        I could just see this, too – a bunch of bureaucrats looking for a quick fix, finding out there is no quick fix (they would be bucking globalists plus MAJOR money players with political clout in the US), and saying we’ll never be able to do that – if we can’t whip it, at least we can control it – and so we have the present-day situation. One part of the US govt is funding and enabling this traffic while another part is having its employees (DEA, USBP and others) die trying to control or stop it. The “war on drugs” has been going on since the 1960s – over 50 years – and no difference has really been made in the volume of drugs crossing the borders; no drug kingpins in this country have been identified and put in jail; the influx continues across the southern border – there has to be government collusion somehow. We’ve won world wars in one-tenth the time. What’s going on here?

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  39. Beverly says:

    If you want to know what the Mexican invasion has done — Victor Davis Hanson is a must-read. He’s a conservative Classics professor who lives on and runs his family’s vineyard in central California, so he’s out in the countryside. Read any of his articles on this: having your area overrun by the Mexicans is like living in “Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome” meets “Lord of the Flies.”

    Sample the nightmare, coming soon to a county near you (unless we saddle up and ride out with the President): https://pjmedia.com/victordavishanson/the-weirdness-of-illegal-immigration/

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  40. SSI01 says:

    The illegal immigrants that are beginning to return to Mexico have had an intimate and detailed look at the good which economic and social stability (until recently, that is) can bring to a person’s life. They’ve seen its blessings while sponging off native-born Americans, while absorbing welfare benefits and stealing jobs from them, with the help of a number of self-serving American businessmen. Now they’re heading back south of the border where they will find conditions markedly different – dangerous, even. They won’t like what they find. They may begin to demand Nieto start doing something about the cartels and corrupt govt and police, since they won’t be able to go north of the border again. Their anger may force Nieto to get off his backside and start earning his pay.

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  41. susiejo says:

    As a native Texan, I am offended by the many derogatory remarks being made about Mexicans as a collective group. I am proud of my state and its people which happen to be 37% hispanic (most of whom are Mexicans). Many of those Mexicans predate by family’s history in this state and fought with them in the Texas Revolution and every American war since. There is nothing wrong with Texans, white or Mexican or whatever. The distinction to illegal immigrants is that most are fleeing extreme poverty to which they had absolutely no role in creating.

    “there but for the grace of God, go I”

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    • Paul Killinger says:

      Having retired from the building industry, I know what you’re saying.

      It used to be when the US required skilled craftsmen during building booms, qualified Mexicans came here to work and then returned to their home country. But now due to numerous social welfare schemes enacted by politicians looking for votes they simply stay,

      The problem is a majority of Americans don’t agree with this scheme, especially since economic downturns, modern technologies, and cut rate laborers have taken millions of their own jobs.

      That’s the issue today!

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    • Fry says:

      That’s fantastic, and I have nothing against Mexicans since my husband is half Mexican, and was born in the United States. His Mother lived in Texas as well, but why is it our responsibility to pay for everything under the sun for illegals? Why? And it’s hilarious how everyone wants to bring Jesus and God into the mix. We can’t afford to take on illegals, refugees, and Lord knows what else!!! There’s people in our own country living in poverty!!!

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  42. Ficklefinger says:

    Mexicans living in the U.S. are propping up Mexico’s economy by $25 billion per year in wired cash remittances being sent to Mexico. Too many Mexicans returning home destroys Mexico’s economy. Go into any Wal-Mart on Friday afternoon and see the lines of Mexican people waiting to wire their weekly earnings to Mexico. Those U.S. dollars never get circulated in local U.S. communities as they would by working U.S. citizens.

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  43. Paul Killinger says:

    This has everything to do with the $25 billion in remittances that Mexicans working in the US send home annually, which has become their nation’s largest source of foreign income (other than drug dealing).

    Taxing these transactions is also the simplest way to pay for the Wall. Either that or they can trust the Drug Cartels to take it home for them along with the profits from their narcotics and dope sales.

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    • Paul Killinger says:

      In fact, if the US Treasury got off their a** they could inderdict the billions in MONEY LAUNDERING involved in repatriating the profits of the Mexican Drug Cartels.

      While they backpack much of the poison they sell here, you can bet they don’t send their billions of profits in cash home that way!

      And as a bonus this would have the effect of the Drug Cartels paying for their own Wall.

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      • Paul Killinger says:

        Indeed, if the US Govt can enact effective SANCTIONS in such faraway places as Iran and Russia, why can’t they simply do likewise on corrupt Mexican officials and businesses, along with their Drug Cartel billionaires?

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  44. Watcher says:

    Operation wet back 1,2,&3 and Roosevelt, Johnson, & Obama’s opposition.
    Section 8 USC 1324a(A)[iv]b

    http://newswithviews.com/Ryter/jon311.htm

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  45. Jim says:

    In my mind, this is an act of war perpetrated on America by Mexico.

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    • Fry says:

      Most definitely and it’s went on for far too long!!! It’s ridiculous!! As many times as our government has tried to do something and it’s worse now more than ever! And as history shows, these people keep coming here and taking US jobs! Course they use the lame excuse that it’s jobs that people don’t want to work at. Yay right!!

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  46. zaq123 says:

    I wish the intrepid reporter, with a little help from some folks in the intelligence community, would start investigating and writing about the alleged deals, Nieto made with the cartels. Apparently he sold his soul to them in exchange for him getting elected. At least that’s the word on the street.

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