Mexico Again Demands Illegal Alien Mexicans Be Kept Out of Mexico…

Oh man, the winning is getting almost too exponential today.  Mexico’s Foreign Minister Videgaray states his government will not allow President Trump to deport illegal Mexican aliens back into Mexico.  He’s setting himself up for a big problem, here’s why.

Mexico's Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray addresses the audience during a meeting between Mexico and the United Nations on human rights in Mexico Citytrump convention 2

What no one noticed yet was Trump administration immediately postponed the release of the new immigration policy executive order (until next week).  Remember, part of President Trump’s expressed policy outline was an immigration rule that explicitly invalidates any reciprocity Visa process from any nation that does not accept repatriation of it’s own citizens.

The ‘repatriation-tied-to-visa-program’ principle, was generally directed toward nations like Yemen, Somalia (or any others) etc. who are part of the larger immigration policy, and who have refused to accept the return of their own criminal citizens.

However, if Mexico also takes themselves into this tenuous position then Mexico could also lose non-restrictive travel authority into the United States; and simultaneously blow up the former NAFTA agreement which is their only lifeline toward any semblance of economic leverage.

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If Mexico refuses repatriation of illegal Mexican aliens from the U.S., the larger Mexican population could lose their ability to travel legally into the U.S.

Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray needs to be very careful here, they hold no external leverage on this issue.

Remember when candidate Trump was talking about how weak our former U.S. policy negotiators were with regard to trade and imbalance. And how Trump expressly said as a nation America has some of the most skilled private sector negotiators that never get used, “the killers” he called them as a metaphor.

President Trump holds all the leverage.  T-Rex (DoS) and General Kelly (DHS) don’t need to be the wolverines in this equation.  They can/will simply be in charge of the locks on the cages containing the wolverines…

U.S. Ambassador to Guatemala Robinson reacts as U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Kelly looks on during a joint news conference with Guatemala's Foreign Minister Carlos Raul Morales in Guatemala City

( Reuters ) […] Mexico’s lead negotiator with the Trump administration, Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray, said there was no way Mexico would accept the new rules.

[…] “I want to say clearly and emphatically that the government of Mexico and the Mexican people do not have to accept provisions that one government unilaterally wants to impose on the other,” he told reporters at the Foreign Ministry.

He said the issue would dominate the talks, taking place on Wednesday and Thursday.

“We will not accept it, because there’s no reason why we should, and because it is not in the interests of Mexico.”

[…]   Homeland Security’s guidance to immigration agents is part of a broader border security and immigration enforcement plan in executive orders that the Republican president signed on Jan. 25.

In Guatemala on Wednesday, Kelly told reporters the immigration executive order was aimed at catching undocumented immigrants and returning them to their countries of origin.

Mexico’s agenda at the talks on Thursday includes border infrastructure, deportation strategies, Central American migration, narcotics, arms trafficking and terrorism, and the North American Free Trade Agreement, a senior official with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters.  (read more)

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335 Responses to Mexico Again Demands Illegal Alien Mexicans Be Kept Out of Mexico…

  1. uptothere says:

    Mexico does the same thing with Central Americans coming across their southern borders (the criminal element anyway). Hypocrisy again!

    Liked by 17 people

    • Marygrace Powers says:

      Yep/ the old “Do as I say, not as I do/
      GIMME A BREAK/

      Liked by 8 people

    • mike says:

      Not even interested in Mexico’s beligerent opinion and non-cooperation threats. These are Invaders, where refusal is actually an act of aggressive colonization, as in a genocidal war.

      Otherwise, is simply saying they think they already have enough Iader (and traitors) in to overthrow US.

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    • Kevin Sherlock says:

      Somewhere in Heaven or the upper reaches of Purgatory Zachary Taylor and Winfield Scott are smiling. Old Rough and Ready smashed Mexican invaders and Old Fuss and Feathers made them surrender.

      Trump is the first president since Old Rough and Ready Taylor to beat the Democrats and his own party’s insiders to become president. Feb 22 and Feb 23 1847 were the days of the battle of Buena Vista when Taylor and about 5000 Americans beat Santa Anna and an army of 20,0000 Mexicans.

      Old Zack did not crow about his victory. Instead he had his men bury 700 or so dead Americans and 2000 or so dead Mexicans, then he provided cash from his own pocket to Mexican priests for the care of wounded Mexican soldiers Santa Anna left behind. Taylor also personally wrote letters to the families of every officer who died in the battle, saying he couldn’t celebrate the victory like he’d like to because their loved ones, who did so much to win it, died in battle and weren’t there to celebrate with him.

      Old Zack died in office, working toward a bloodlesss solution to slavery by looking at using federal money to buy them freedom and resettle them as pioneers or sharecroppers — an adult solution to a horrible wrong.

      We pray to God that He keep his hand on Donald Trump so he has courage and judgment like Zachary Taylor, but enjoys better health and luck than President Taylor, safety from those who wish him harm, and the faculties to serve two full terms full of greatness and achievement for the people of America.

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      • dianeax says:

        Trump’s perfect timing – Kelly and Tillerson meeting with Mexicans and Central Americans on the 60th Anniversary.

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        • Okeydoker says:

          Kelly keeps telling everybody that there wont be any mass deportations. WTF? why would this guy keep reassuring the illegals about this? Personally i think kelly was not the best guy for that job. Much better pick would have been kris kobach. So far kelly is unimpressive.

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          • artichoke says:

            I am hoping that self-deportations happen en masse. A forced mass deportation would be logistically difficult, how many people can you arrest at once anyway? Almost impossible. The thing to do is dry up job opportunities (E-Verify etc.) and welfare opportunities, and give assistance as they head for the border — preferably the southern one, but maybe also the northern one unless Canada gets serious.

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      • Cow wow says:

        This is wonderful Kevin. Thank you

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      • Beenthere says:

        Thanks for a wonderful history lesson!

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      • Ploni says:

        Yes, thank you, Kevin.

        Do post more like this!

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        • Kevin Sherlock says:

          Thanks, all, for your kind words.

          Another Feb 23 triumph – George Rogers Clark and the Patriots over the Brits at Vincennes, Indiana in 1779. Brits had to be forced out of the Midwest for decades after the Rev War because they encroached on our soil in violation of our laws and treaties, and armed the Indians. It ended with the 1832 Black Hawk War, in which Zachary Taylor, Jeff Davis, and Honest Abe Lincoln served. The defeat of Black Hawk finally made the Brits stay out.

          Andrew Jackson advised James Polk to have Zachary Taylor invade Canada. Instead, Taylor used the swell of American settlers to force the Brits to agree to our northern border. He sent Taylor to south Texas. When Mexicans crossed the Rio Grande and killed most of the men in one of Taylor’s cavalry patrols, the Mexican War was on. Taylor won at Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma in Texas in May 1846 and drove the Mexicans across the Rio Grande. He won at Monterrey in September 1846, and won again at Buena Vista in February 1847, 170 years ago. This set up WInfield Scott and our men for the march on Mexico City and victory 7 months later. We still paid the Mexicans $25 million for Califoria, Nevada, Utah (which McMuffin and Romney’s people poached), most of Arizona and New Mexico, and parts of some other states, like Colorado and Wyoming and Oklahoma. Five years later, we gave them another $10 million for southern Arizona and New Mexico to get a river valley and the best railroad route thru the Rockies.

          By the way, Clark died broke a couple of miles away from the Louisville area armed house Zachary Taylor grew up in. The government of Virginia, whose leaders denied him a large chunk of money they owed him, waited till after his death to pay his estate. Today, the government of Virginia pays Planned Parenthood to murder the youngest in the state, and cover for the rape and incest of the Old Dominion’s girls. Sic semper tyrannis indeed.

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      • MC227 says:

        That is very interesting I didn’t know that.

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    • Sean says:

      Mexico has the same problem with their southern border as we do and for the same reasons….

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    • razor1 says:

      really funny…Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray says “We will not accept it, because there’s no reason why we should, and because it is not in the interests of Mexico.”……hummmm where have I heard this “not in our interest thing” before???

      by the way…why wouldn’t mexico want back their skilled trade workers, skilled hospitality staffs…all their scientist, engineers, teachers, business people who have investments here instead of their???? guess they don’t REALLY want what’s in mexico’s best interest….capitalizing on their human and citizen potential….can you imagine that!

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      • artichoke says:

        Because they didn’t send their best. And he knows it. They sent the losers who weren’t making it in Mexican society. Anyone who had a decent life there would be fairly unlikely to uproot to live here illegally, I would think.

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    • UKExpat says:

      Look up HYPOCRISY in the dictionary it describes it as ‘an essential and irreplaceable part of LEFTIST “thinking” ‘ with the ‘Thinking’ in inverted commas and a side note saying ‘we really mean EMOTING”

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  2. Patriot1783 says:

    …”Say hello to my little friend”…
    SD you are hysterical 😂😂😂

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  3. Honest Abbey says:

    I don’t even understand why the Mexicans are still coming here, and why the ones already here don’t want to go back.

    Today the media showed video of Mexico City and honestly, it looked a lot nicer than some U.S. cities.

    With all the resorts in Mexico, you would think there’s plenty of work to be found. Factor in all of the American companies who have relocated to Mexico and it’s hard to believe they continue to struggle.

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      Dollar is stronger and benefits are free.

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    • redtreesquirrel says:

      The only reason I can come up with is all the free money they received in the U.S.A. , and now, the drop in value of their Mexican currency. Just a guess.

      Liked by 4 people

    • trumpinalongwiththedeplorables says:

      It’s the welfare and other freebies.

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    • BrewCityNinja says:

      Mexico city is considered the most polluted city in the world. At least that is what my world geography teach in college said!!! I think the middle class is still so small that the standard quality of life is just so much worse then anyone here even on welfare. Mexico is also extremely corrupt. even a nicer house on the edge of the ghetto, is still in the ghetto!!

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    • Mexico is amazingly CORRUPT.

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    • Smplyamsd says:

      Corruption is rampant in Mexico, and many are attracted by (irony alert): the rule of law in America. At the end of the day, we are not exactly getting the best and brightest Mexico has to offer (I know this is a low bar to cross based on the rhetoric from their leaders).

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    • The Demon Slick says:

      Mexico is a very wealthy country. The richest man in the world is from there, Carlos Slim. But in many ways time has passed them by. It’s still the white looking corrupt Spaniards running things and the shorter browner indigenous people are the underclass. The poor in Mexico don’t share the prosperity. The government does not have to provide social services because anytime any pressure builds up it vents out to the north, meaning US.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      Some want welfare; others are criminals; and there are others who prefer the opportunities they get in America and don’t like Mexico’s government/society situation (I known members of all three groups from the workplace — the latter are the ones who are not so problematic; if they go home and arrange for legal immigration, then ok; the first two groups have to go and stay out permanently).
      This is the case with illegals from whatever country (we used to have tons of Irish illegals, probably still do; and E.European illegals; and Asian illegals, etc.) — a lot of them are “bad hombres”, but there are some who just want to be in America and took the easy way in (and it has been easy up to this point, so a temptation) — it isn’t right, but of all the class of illegal immigrants, they are the ones for whom the “big beautiful door” approach is perhaps a good solution (encouraging people to make right and do the right thing is a plus for all concerned).

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  4. DavidDavid says:

    I am Israeli. Just to share a disrelated win. Today Netanyahu’s Judicial minister managed to replace four Liberal Supreme Court Judges with Conservatives. It’s a new era for Israel.

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  5. Joe Knuckles says:

    What is this guy, a comedian? Mexico can kiss our collective ass.

    Liked by 11 people

  6. Founding Fathers Fan says:

    President Trump has leverage.

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  7. deplorable says:

    According to the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI), America does not need any additional laws or executive orders to block visas from countries that refuse to repatriate their people. IRLI says that current law requires it:

    “Each of these countries either cannot or are unwilling to take back their citizens, all of whom have either violated our immigration laws or committed crimes against our own. For that reason alone, the Trump administration can and should put a complete halt to their visa privileges. In fact, the law requires it,”

    See: https://www.numbersusa.com/news/five-countries-listed-trump-eo-refuse-repatriate

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  8. andi lee says:

    Interesting article in, Foreign Policy, Mexico has leverage over USA by not accepting “deported non-mexicans” for transport back to homelands. Refusal to hold/detain US asylum cases in Mexico.

    Summarizing, Mexico has a great working relationship with border States, established by Obama, (providing weaponry, border guard training, bullet-proof vests, etc.). Claims, very low numbers of actual Mexican citizens migrating to US in 4 decades.

    Mexico is already doing US a favor by deporting large numbers of migrants, from mostly Central America, their Golden Triangle (El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras) coming through Mexico but also Cubans, Somalians, other MEers.

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  9. sundance says:

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  10. wjb105 says:

    In the old days shipping companies were held accountable for bringing in illegals. They had to pay up. So why not Mexico.

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  11. Reality Wins says:

    I hear China needs slave labor for all of the mines they are buying in Africa, maybe we can do a trade. There are all of those freighters going back to China empty after delivering their shipments to the US. Oh wait, I forgot that those freighters are now going to be filled with American coal on the return trip.

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  12. Lisa a says:

    The USA has Taken in 25% of Mexico’s Population!

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  13. Fake Nametag says:

    I am in favor of militarily invading Mexico if they will not take their people back. We would take a large area of valuable land, enough to accommodate about 30 million people. We would then set up a few really crappy prisons for the hardcore criminals and a tent city for the rest (Mexico would pay for all this the same way they will pay for the wall). Once all the Mexican citizens were placed in the tent city/prisons, we would build the wall behind us at today’s border. Then we would tell Mexico “If this is your land, these are your people. If these are not your people, this is our land.” If they chose option B, we would then extend the wall to reflect the new border.

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  14. aprilyn43 says:

    You won’t accept your own criminals back ?? Wow .. guess what, it’s not in our interests to keep “Your Criminal or Citizens” – And there’s no reason we should have to accept them either !! Mexico doesn’t write U.S. Immigration laws – What arrogance!
    Get ready to pay the “Bigger Economic” price !! And Choke On It – News Flash, you need us more than we need you

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  15. Jeffrey Coley says:

    Mexico needs to build a wall on its Northern border, to keep Mexicans out.

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  16. Les says:

    You have to be bilingual to get many jobs in Texas. You don’t have to speak English to work in Mexico. Who is the a$$hole? We are.

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  17. Archie says:

    I’ve always said that you can defeat the left with their own rules and regulations and by using bureaucratic procedure against them. This can also be done against federal agencies and troublesome employees. No need to fire them or do a frontal assault on the agency. All you need is the OMB to promulgate policies that mire processes down in molasses. It can be accomplished inside of 1 week.

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  18. Southpaw says:

    Yeah I don’t think there are too many Americans living in Mexico sending back remittances. Of course we can make sure that none go back there also

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  19. TwoLaine says:

    That TRUMP is such a prophet.

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  20. Y2K says:

    If Mexico has control of its borders as claimed, how are the illegals getting through i,to the US?

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  21. Remington...... says:

    I would suggest we sweeten this deal. For every Mexican we deport, we send along three stinkin’ liberals. It could be a …show of solidarity of sorts.

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  22. Leslie Ingersoll says:

    Build the WALL🇺🇸

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  23. oldguy says:

    Maybe we should send an army into Mexico and clear out all the Spaniards. Again!

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  24. EJ says:

    Solid clip from Tucker last night. His guest argues that illegal immigration hurts black communities the most. Specifically, young black men.

    http://video.foxnews.com/v/5333483545001/?playlist_id=5198073478001

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  25. Maria says:

    Doesn’t Mexico understand that illegal aliens are a boon to a nation’s economy?

    Actually, like I’ve always said, if illegal aliens were good for the economy, Mexico would have already built a wall to keep them in.

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  26. Dan P. says:

    Round them all up, after building a complete wall, build a large “refugee” corral RIGHT AT THE WALL, and leave a door in it to Mexico that only works one way; to leave the USA. They will leave here the same way they came in, over the Rio Grande. Leave it up to the Mexican Government to shoot their own people on the way back. Then take one fence section out of the corral each week and make it progressively smaller. In the meantime, they get only the minimum, bread and water.

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  27. Rurik says:

    So “… Mexico could also lose non-restrictive travel authority into the United States …”;
    This could have a further interesting implication. Carlos Slim sits on the boards of directors of many U.S. Corporations, including the NY Times (of which he is now the largest shareholder), and must travel here for their annual meetings. The Corporate meeting season begins this spring in a couple of months.

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  28. UKExpat says:

    Surely the UN must become involved and explain to Mexico that they “cannot legally stop their own citizens from returning” after all isn’t that the same argument the LEFTARDS try to push with regards to all these TERRORIST SYMPATHIZERS who want to come back to the West from TERRORIST Countries.

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