BLACKMAIL – Mexican Econ Minister Threatens To Flood U.S. With Illegals If We Don’t Give Them A Good NAFTA Deal…

When candidate Donald Trump first proposed renegotiating NAFTA back in 2015 everyone was stunned. Fixing bad trade deals had never been proposed by any candidate. Candidate Trump also proposed a border wall.  Those two policy initiatives are entirely connected. Almost immediately the government of Mexico realized the potential impact and threatened to use illegal migration if NAFTA was reopened.

Well, Trump won the presidency.  The crony capitalists/lobbyists in DC (U.S. Chamber of Commerce – Tom Donohue) are freaking out. Congress was notified of the intent to renegotiate NAFTA.  Mexico and Canada were notified. Commerce Secretary Ross, U.S.T.R Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Mnuchin are ready to begin next week (Wed).

President Trump and Secretary Ross have already announced they will try to renegotiate NAFTA on a trilateral basis (U.S., Canada and Mexico). However, if it doesn’t work, they’ll scrap the 3-way NAFTA and go one-on-one with individual bilateral agreements.

Today Mexico’s Economic Minister Ildefonso Guajardo threatens to flood the U.S. with South American illegal aliens, criminals and gang members as leverage to keep exploiting NAFTA.

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico could pull back on cooperation in migration and security matters if the United States walks away from talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, the Mexican economy minister said in a newspaper report published on Thursday.

Ildefonso Guajardo, who will take part in the first round of NAFTA talks with U.S. and Canadian officials in Washington on Wednesday, told the Reforma daily that new tariffs on Mexican exports to the United States were unacceptable.

If they do not treat [us] well commercially, they should not expect us to treat them well by containing the migration that comes from other regions of the world and crosses Mexico,” Guajardo said. “Or they should not expect to be treated well in collaboration with security issues in the region.”

Guajardo also said if U.S. President Donald Trump moves to impose tariffs of 35 percent on any Mexican exports, Mexico could respond with “mirror” actions, such as putting an equal tariff on U.S. yellow corn.  (read more)

My response to that threat:

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260 Responses to BLACKMAIL – Mexican Econ Minister Threatens To Flood U.S. With Illegals If We Don’t Give Them A Good NAFTA Deal…

  1. NJF says:

    Hey Mexico….

    Liked by 78 people

  2. First Last says:

    LOL!! Those crooked SOB’s have been sending us illegal aliens for decades. But I don’t blame them, I blame the anti-American SOB’s who welcome them, harbor them, protect them, employ them, support them with American tax dollars and otherwise thumb their collective American hating noses at immigration laws. THESE are the real enemies of America!!

    Liked by 34 people

    • chojun says:

      Dare I say that the strength of the US financial system, the presence of the Federal Reserve/Central Banks and US monetary policy allowed us to create the 2nd economy to compensate for the disastrous NAFTA deal.

      We also know that Mexico was negatively effected in some ways by NAFTA and that it also displaced Mexican poor in different ways than the American working class. The difference is that the US had the ability to offset the impact to the working poor via WIC/EBT/etc. My guess is that Mexico never had that ability because of the general weakness of their economy and as a result we have the massive Mexican migration over the past 30 years.

      I don’t think this is blackmail on Mexico’s part at all. To say so would be to credit Mexican leadership with a cunning they don’t deserve. It’s merely a threat that is no different than North Korea revealing their exact attack plans on Guam – the type of threat that offers no strategic advantage whatsoever other than perhaps what would be gained by a bit of pity on a flailing adversary.

      The world is starting to learn that the US really isn’t a superpower but under an America-First doctrine it really is a ‘hyperpower’. Under the prevailing capitalist, free market system we’ve offered the world prosperity that has never been known but they are learning that to play a gentleman’s game you must play by gentlemen’s rules (or get fire, fury, and walls with big, beautiful doors).

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    • Not Ideal says:

      I don’t blame them either. If I could empty our jails and send our dead weight somewhere else, I would do so in a minute. The problem would be finding a leadership as dumb as the people who have governed the United States for the last 25 years.

      This is hardball negotiating by Mexico. Good for them. They use their leverage; We use our leverage (e.g. economic might). This is exactly how you get to a fair deal. All the prior deals were negotiated by professional diplomats too polite and worried about their access to the DC gravy train to call it like it is. Nothing got solved.

      The guy from Mexico is putting the flow of illegal immigration on the table. Wonderful. We’ll put access to our markets on the same table and we’ll negotiate. Everybody wins.

      None of this — absolutely none of it — is possible without Donald Trump.

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  3. Bree says:

    As we always knew, illegal immigration hurts our country. I don’t see how anyone reading this doesn’t come up with the same conclusion. Not to mention threatening our citizens with potential disease epidemics. Unbelievable. I have never loathed such a selfish, cruel, unconscionable greedy, hateful group of people in my life. God forgive me but Mexican people can give a crap less about America let alone the American people, believe me, I live in California. They hate us.

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    • we300 says:

      You have nothing to be forgiven for. You speak the truth and it’s about time we all took note. These are not our lesser privileged brothers and sisters south of the border. These are parasites who hate us and want to destroy us, then move on to another host once they’ve bled our resources dry. F them.

      Liked by 5 people

      • piper567 says:

        I once heard a speech by La Raza.
        You are correct, hey hate us.
        La Raza thinks they will turn CA back to Mejico.
        And given the Government in CA, La Raza may also be correct.

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      • RG says:

        There are several motives that drives the Hispanic/Latino immigration movement. However, the most prevailing motive is to regain control of the Southwestern part of the USA. When they become a majority, the act like certain factions in the USA and decide that segragration is best. Even Maxine Waters is promoting the idea that blacks should no longer seek integration but segregration. Divide and conquer, however, none of them will ever be happy, truly happy with the outcome. Most poor people are not truly happy especially when they see others getting more than they will ever have.

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        • Will Janoschka says:

          “Most poor people are not truly happy especially when they see others getting more than they will ever have.”
          Is that IT? Simple jealousy? I say Bull Shit! Much, much more complex!
          This country has long been segregated in every way possible. Folk are happy when sufficiently surrounded by folk they like and trust! At the edges of each surround are folk that like different looking, speaking, etc, folk that-away! Still you do NOT go to downtown Hamtramck MI, and try to tell folk not to act like Pollacks! A male does not walk the streets of little Italy N. Boston at night; looking like a Pollack, without good reason. (no intent to disparage the Polish folk, I like them!) Far from dividing; every cruel insulting name eventually turns into a badge of HONOR!


    • Will Janoschka says:

      “illegal immigration hurts our country.”
      Your acceptance of the globalist rhetoric hurts even more.
      Historically: The US has invited all with skill to immigrate here! A vast country with a dirth of skills needed to become competitive. This slime has no intention to immigrate! The proper name is ENEMY MERCENARY INVADERS! Destroy them all!

      Liked by 1 person

    • MTeresa says:

      I live in CA also and have never experienced the kind of racism as I have here in So CA. Not good.

      That being said, there are many many Americans of Mexican descent that I respect and I feel do care about this country.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Thats the democratic party?


  4. WVPatriot says:

    Sundance —

    Your “response” and mine are exactly the same! lol


    Liked by 4 people

  5. emet" says:

    How about the next “accidental” Mexican military border incursion, is met by an “accidental” discharge of appropriate weaponry to stop it.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Coldeadhands says:

      Mexican military border incursion? How about a pair of Barret 50 cal. In a crossfire at 1000 yards….


      • Will Janoschka says:

        The intentional foreign mercenary invasion needs to be countered! Perhaps negotiation\dialog. Best would be Congress declaring WAR on MEXICO for the induced drug problem! Ten days later the US army advances 2-3 km south and just getting started. Mexico sues for armistice! US agrees on new southern border at some northern latitude way south. Between there and the Rio Grande del Norte\old border becomes a killing ground for both sides! We don need no steenken wall here!


  6. Question Everything says:

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  7. tonyE says:

    OK, so in reply we’ll send the Army and take over 100 miles into the Mexican Border.

    We’ll round up all the gang members and send them to Mexico City

    Liked by 11 people

    • Maquis says:

      A 100-mile DMZ (De-Mexican Zone).

      Massive Walls on both North and South sides.

      New rules of engagement: Shoot to Kill.

      Illegal Immigration is an Act of War, treat it accordingly.

      Liked by 22 people

    • AmericaFirst says:

      I think this is a great idea. Everyone who is opposed to the wall uses as an excuse the fact that access and views to/of the Rio Grande are of primary importance. It IS a problem.

      The 100 miles into Mexico should have been done after our last military engagement with Mexico. And it is certainly justified at this point, as we have ALREADY been colonized by tens of millions of “Anchor babies,” i.e., babies born on U.S. soil from illegal aliens who were then REWARDED for their illegality by being given U.S. citizenship. This is such a crock.

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  8. Trumpeter says:

    How anout annouving that all employees must pass e-verify. Failure to do so will trigger a IRS audit.
    Now, there is no jobs to come here for.

    Liked by 17 people

    • Question Everything says:

      A fine equal to or greater than the nation average annual pay for the position plus legal fees per each illegal working for the company. These funds would go directly to paying for the wall and or the VA.
      This would curtail hiring of illegals in a hurry.

      Liked by 3 people

    • mimbler says:

      I’ve been advocating that for years, and it is the obvious solution.
      The fact that it hasn’t been done is because the uniparty wants the illegals here,

      Liked by 3 people

    • IIRC, that law is already on the books. E-verify was to be fully functioning long ago. I am betting that funding (Congress) was never approved to actually Implement the system. Kind of like the border wall which was approved years ago and never funded.

      In the meantime, ICE and the Border Patrol has hired thousands of new agents and AG Sessions has fast tracked new immigration judges to work on the massive backlog of deportation cases. If our immigration enforcers had not been hogtied for the last eight years, we would not be in this situation.

      It is also high time to make an example of some of the larger employers of the illegals with some wicked fines AND shut down their operations while the investigation is “completed”. If your business was shut down for a month, you would certainly dot more I’s and cross more T’s.

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  9. yy4u says:

    Ya mean they haven’t flooded the USA with illegals these last 28 years? Then where the devil did the 30 million illegal Mexicans come from? So send ’em in — we’ll just send ’em back. WHIPLASH

    Liked by 8 people

    • allhail2 says:

      With one caveat:

      Dear Mexico,

      For the record, if you “flood” us with your illegals, we will send them promptly back, and NOT NECESSARILY IN THE SAME SHAPE AS YOU SENT THEM.
      Please, govern yourself accordingly,

      Best Regards,


  10. Kathy says:

    Mr. Guajardo may not have seen this coming until recently, but Mexico Central Bank Chief Augusta Carstens knew EXACTLY what Donald Trump’s Nov.8th victory meant — and almost immediately submitted his resignation! Sundance also provided this heads-up back in early January:

    [snippets]: “Only a few indicators have ever reached visibility. One such indicator being the outbound U.S. Western Union wire transfers, remittances, which now exceed the entire Mexican Energy Sector (oil and gas) combined.” … “While the actual valuation of the outflow of dollars into Mexico is unknown, there are indicators it could be greater than our current economic trade deficit with China, $500+ billion.”

    Liked by 10 people

  11. aur1640 says:

    So they admitted they love to send their miscreants here especially for blackmail!? Wow!! 👎😡💩

    Liked by 9 people

  12. psadie says:

    Yeah WE are shaking in our boots you PIPSQUEAK…what will YOU do when we send our military to protect our borders??? MAGA.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. allhail2 says:

    Frickin awesome! We can mix the bodies in with the mortar and save on material costs for the wall

    Liked by 4 people

  14. Neural says:

    He is threatening American lives is what he is doing.

    Fine. For every criminal you send north that kills an American citizen (which is your goal), we send one cruise missile randomly into Mexico City.

    Liked by 3 people

  15. Robert says:

    Station marines out there. Shoot to kill invaders. Be warned…

    Liked by 3 people

  16. albrevin says:

    Should tell the west coast and Chicago liberal globalists something….. Mexico considers, rightly, that flooding our country with S American illegal migrants as form of punishment or retaliation.

    Liked by 1 person

  17. Suzanne says:

    Slap a 50% tax/tariff on all money being wired into that miserable hell hole instantly and tell that pos that if he floods us with illegals we will raise the tariff to 90%

    Liked by 6 people

  18. Ditch Mitch says:

    Gettem’ otta here!!! Not gonna happen folks!


  19. Paco Loco says:

    This is an empty threat since the US holds all of the cards on trade with Mexico. If we put a 35% import tax on every vehicle manufactured in Mexico, the US car manufactures will have no incentive to manufacture in Mexico. The Trump economics team has the Mexicans running scared and stupidly making inciting statements. As far as corn exports goes, the Mexicans will fold on that too because the cost to import from South America into MX will be higher than from the US. The US is in the drivers seat on economic negotiations. Couple that with the repatriation of millions of illegals back to Mexico is going to be the Mexicans biggest economic problem.

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  20. WonkoTheSane says:

    I see corn smuggling into Mexico replacing marijuana smuggling into the US in the near future.

    Liked by 2 people

  21. Travis McGee says:

    Wouldn’t the American people be justified to take up arms and defend the border against a foreign invasion? And couldn’t the illegal aliens who are already in the country be considered a part of the invasion and considered infiltrators?

    Liked by 5 people

  22. Steve in Lewes says:

    Stop ALL foreign aid to Mexico and S. American countries sending their people to the US.

    Liked by 7 people

  23. So Mexico is threatening an act of war if we renegotiate NAFTA? Think they remember what happened last time? 😉

    Liked by 4 people

  24. Abandoned says:

    Thanks a lot Mexico for confirming your hatred of the USA and that the cultural invasion of illegals is something you support as an act of war.
    This will accelerate the construction of the Wall. How can the Uniparty not now vote all the funds needed asap?
    Also needs a couple or three Army divisions permanently stationed on the Mexican border, after all that’s the military’s primary mission: protecting the USA from foreign invaders.

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  25. Gil says:

    Liberals and rinos are always saying how they are loathe to send the wrong message by militarizing the border. Of course thats the wrong message to the illegal invaders.
    He just gave us a direct from mexican leadership threat to our sovereignty which would leave no choice now as to the need to send troops to stay there full time until the wall is complete. Start expelling mexican diplomats.
    Use everify and double or triple the penalties for non compliance.
    Cut off all social welfare for any illegal or anchor baby, no excuses.
    They will leave.
    And Mexico can have a fit and act like a bunch of threatening gangbanging thugs or show they can be adults and have a glorious piece of chocolate cake with the white house team and POTUS.

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    • All American Snowflake says:

      Are you talking about La Raza? To be sure not. Don’t you know that they are the people and wisdom will die with them. So says Sonia Sotomayor, aka a Wise Latino (her words).

      Liked by 1 person

  26. Paul says:

    First China now Mexico . What a bad threat. U can say alotta things about session but he loves to deport these criminals. Mexico is in a bad position. Because they refuse to take care of there own people. They love drugs . Dope . Heroin. Build the wall.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Negotiations are President Trumps wheel house. He’s gotta be loving this. You can hear the energy he exudes when talking about NK, Russia and China. This is the academy award live version of winnng with President Trump.

      I feel so blessed to be alive, American and strong supporter of President Trump during this time on planet earth.

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    • RG says:

      If they cared about their country and their people, they would invest in the essential items that make life better and creates an environment where business grows and supports from within their own country. Sewer systems, a mail system, and honest law enforcement would be a great start. The people live hard lives or at least many of them do. Their own government could care less.

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  27. PDQ says:

    So there are hordes of illegals waiting in the wings to be released like some biological WMD?
    What absurdity…

    Liked by 3 people

  28. G. Combs says:

    And who the heck do you think is going to GROW that CORN in MEXICO???

    June 2008 Small Farmers and the Doha Round: Lessons from Mexico’s NAFTA Experience

    […]The vacuum created by retreat of the Mexican state from agriculture was filled by large US and Mexican agribusiness. In the post-NAFTA period the bulk of FDI in agricultural sector has been in the agri-business and agro-processing rather than agriculture[14]. As a result a few large trans-national agribusiness firms, mostly US and Mexican, dominate storage, flour milling, grain trading[15] and meat processing. Put differently they dominate the intermediation chain that takes crop or cattle and makes it a marketable commodity. Transnational agribusiness has used this dominant position and a process of vertical and horizontal integration to establish an overwhelming presence in the market for wheat, rice, corn, soya, poultry, meat, pork and eggs. Transnational agri-business tends to have much closer links with larger farmers and producers, who have better access to land, irrigation and credit, all of which are scarce commodities for small farmers[16], particularly after the withdrawal of the state. And the little state assistance that remains tends to inordinately favour larger farmers.

    Alongside this, as hoped for by designers of NAFTA, has been ‘modernisation’ – a sharp decline in the share of agriculture and allied sectors in the workforce. From nearly 27% in 1991 it declined to slightly less than 15% in 2006, losing more than 2 million jobs[17]. Again small and marginal farmers and agricultural labour bore the brunt, as evidenced by very sharp decline in the number of rural households. According to a study by Jose Romero and Alicia Puyana carried out for the federal government of Mexico, between 1992 and 2002, the number of agricultural households fell an astounding 75% – from 2.3 million to 575, 000[18].

    There has been a significant increase in migration out of rural areas as livelihoods are lost and farms have been abandoned. The hope was that this migration out of low-productivity agriculture would be absorbed into higher-productivity non-agrarian urban employment. But anemic employment growth in the post-NAFTA period, particularly in manufacturing[19], put paid to that. […]

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  29. Paul Keller says:

    Comment deleted by Admin…

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    • Will Janoschka says:

      ‘shoot on site orders”.
      Please shoot on sight (seeing) orders. Post what you mean, else local happy critters are harmed!


  30. The Mexican is showing his hand. This means the POTUS is directly over the target. Mexico “needs” America and are willing to use the only leverage they have. Good to know when negotiating. Carry on President Trump and our lion pride.

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  31. Plain Jane says:

    Idle-Fonzie doesn’t know who he’s threatening, does he.

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Paco Loco says:

    Cargil and ADM export millions of bushels of corn and grains from Mexico by the box car load to the US. The corn belt runs all the way from Minnesota to Central Mexico. Lots of corn grown in Mexico to feed live stock.

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    • G. Combs says:

      “…Lots of corn grown in Mexico to feed live stock….”

      Livestock not people it is part of the Cargil And ADM vertical integration. Who do you think Cargil and ADM are going to sell to? And at what price?

      Cargil VP Dan Amstutz wrote the World Trade Organization Agreement on Ag.
      Amstutz had the grain traders name an award after him.

      From my notes of about a decade ago:
      Amstutz was VP of Cargill. He wrote the WTO Agreement on Ag in 1995. (Even Clinton admitted that agreement lead to starvation and riots of 2008) Amstutz then wrote the Freedom to Farm act in 1996. This law was later called the Freedom to Fail act as US farmers over produced and grain prices dropped like a rock. Grain traders used the surplus of very cheap grain to bankrupt farmers around the world. This was actually a KNOWN US policy as Clinton has just admitted.

      President Bill Clinton, now the UN Special Envoy to Haiti, publicly apologized last month for forcing Haiti to drop tariffs on imported, subsidized US rice during his time in office. The policy wiped out Haitian rice farming and seriously damaged Haiti’s ability to be self-sufficient. (wwwDOT)

      Amstutz was also responsible for wiping out the US grain reserve system. How to fight a food crisis: To blunt the ravages of drought and market greed, we need a national grain reserve… the 1996 Freedom to Farm Act abolished our national system of holding grain in reserve.

      Amstutz then went to work for Goldman Sachs. This has always puzzled me until I finally ran across the last piece of the puzzle.

      That is where things get really interesting. This is stolen from WANTtoKNOW. Info: Excerpts of Key Financial News Articles in Major Media

      The first articles states:

      Commodity Futures Trading Commission judge says colleague biased against complainants

      ..Painter said Judge Bruce Levine … had a secret agreement with a former Republican chairwoman of the agency to stand in the way of investors filing complaints with the agency. “On Judge Levine’s first week on the job, nearly twenty years ago, he came into my office and stated that he had promised Wendy Gramm, then Chairwoman of the Commission, that we would never rule in a complainant’s favor,” Painter wrote. “A review of his rulings will confirm that he fulfilled his vow….

      Levine had never ruled in favor of an investor. Gramm [wife of former senator Phil Gramm (R-Tex.)], was head of the CFTC just before president Bill Clinton took office. She has been criticized by Democrats for helping firms such as Goldman Sachs and Enron gain influence over the commodity markets. After leaving the CFTC, she joined Enron’s board.

      NOW we know WHY Goldman Sachs hired Dan Amstutz!

      The second Article states:

      How Goldman gambled on starvation

      This is the story of how some of the richest people in the world – Goldman, Deutsche Bank, the traders at Merrill Lynch, and more – have caused the starvation of some of the poorest people in the world. At the end of 2006, food prices across the world started to rise, suddenly and stratospherically. Within a year, the price of wheat had shot up by 80 per cent, maize by 90 per cent, rice by 320 per cent. In a global jolt of hunger, 200 million people – mostly children – couldn’t afford to get food any more, and sank into malnutrition or starvation. There were riots in more than 30 countries, and at least one government was violently overthrown. Then, in spring 2008, prices just as mysteriously fell back to their previous level. Jean Ziegler, the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, calls it “a silent mass murder”, entirely due to “man-made actions.” Through the 1990s, Goldman Sachs and others lobbied hard and the regulations [controlling agricultural futures contracts] were abolished. Suddenly, these contracts were turned into “derivatives” that could be bought and sold among traders who had nothing to do with agriculture. A market in “food speculation” was born. The speculators drove the price through the roof. (wwwDOT)

      Here is the real attitude of these sons of syphilitic jackals:

      In summary, we have record low grain inventories globally as we move into a new crop year. We have demand growing strongly. Which means that going forward even small crop failures are going to drive grain prices to record levels. As an investor, we continue to find these long term trends…very attractive.” Food shortfalls predicted: 2008 (wwwDOT)

      Recently there have been increased calls for the development of a U.S. or international grain reserve to provide priority access to food supplies for Humanitarian needs. The National Grain and Feed Association (NGFA) and the North American Export Grain Association (NAEGA) strongly advise against this concept..Stock reserves have a documented depressing effect on prices… and resulted in less aggressive market bidding for the grains.” July 22, 2008 letter to President Bush (wwwDOT)

      Dan Amstutz was president of the North American Export Grain Association.

      They even named an award after the B@$t@rd!

      The Amstutz Award is given by the North American Export Grain Association in honor of Dan Amstutz and in recognition of his outstanding and extraordinary service to the export grain and oilseed trade from the United States. Appropriately, the first recipient of this distinguished service award was Mr. Amstutz… naega(DOT)org/?page_id=301

      More on Biofuel, starvation and profit:

      Biofuel starvation wasn’t “unforeseen consequences”

      The U.S. corn crop, accounting for 40 percent of the global harvest and supplying nearly 70 percent of the world’s corn imports…

      Congress required that biofuel use increase five times…

      wheat prices have tripled, corn prices doubled and rice prices nearly doubled…

      …. there were real warnings about possible starvation as a consequence of the law Sarasohn refers to [the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 ].

      The possible consequences were clearly communicated in a Senate briefing a week before initial passage of the Senate bill and 6 months before final approval of the final House-Senate bill. (wwwSOT)

      Here’s a bit from a June 13, 2007 Senate briefing given by Lester Brown from the Earth Policy Institute:

      The U.S. corn crop, accounting for 40 percent of the global harvest and supplying nearly 70 percent of the world’s corn imports, looms large in the world food economy. Annual U.S. corn exports of some 55 million tons account for nearly one fourth of world grain exports. The corn harvest of Iowa alone exceeds the entire grain harvest of Canada. Substantially reducing this export flow would send shock waves throughout the world economy.

      In six of the last seven years, total world grain production has fallen short of use. As a result, world carryover stocks of grain have been drawn down to 57 days of consumption, the lowest level in 34 years. (wwwDOT) See Data.)

      To add insult to injury Congress did not even see if biofuel actually saves on the use of oil. It does not! David Pimentel, professor of ecology and agriculture at Cornell found it takes more fossil fuel to produce biofuel than is recovered.


      Being Like Soros in Buying Farmland Reaps Annual Gains of 16%

      [US] Farmland reaps high investment returns

      Credit Suisse: The Hunt for Land Has Already Started

      Rothschild cashes in by Investing in Farmland


      Archer Daniels Midland Co (who capitalized on ethanol manufacture)
      Starvation, Obesity, and Corporate Welfare: Archer Daniels Midland and U.S. Policy
      I have several more pages on the Ag Cartel. The LAST thing these sons of syphilitic jackals want is to sell grain at the price a poor Mexican peasant can afford unless the US tax payer via ‘Farm subsidies’ is actually footing the bill.

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      • Paco Loco says:

        Dude….there’s plenty of corn masa in Mexico for tortillas. Every town has one or two tortilla manufacturers. My point was that billion dollar US Ag companies like ADM and Cargill control large segments of Mexican agriculture.


      • Maquis says:

        Dang! This Shite burns me up! This is pure and simple Evil Greed. I hate Clinton. I hate Congress. I hate those who Rape and Pillage, rather than Bless and Prosper, the Innocent.

        Appreciate the Cliff Notes. Looking forwards to more when you’re up for sharing, CTH is full of very bright and highly involved individuals.
        Must-Reading on a daily basis.


      • Will Janoschka says:

        “The LAST thing these sons of syphilitic jackals want is to sell grain at the price a poor Mexican peasant can afford unless the US tax payer via ‘Farm subsidies’ is actually footing the bill.”
        So the illegal AG cartels like the drug cartels have total control of Mexican US trade.
        Time for War; not with Mexican government, but with the cartels. Time for two separate walls with wide moat between. Do not shoot moat fat alligator folk, just because they demand more taco sauce!


  33. MaineCoon says:

    Oh dear, dear….bless his heart…

    Honey, have a seat. You’re going to need one.

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  34. Bert Darrell says:

    Some ideas on how to approach the problem of Illegal immigration. The bad, the good, the good, and the good.

    The bad: Mexico abandons cooperation RE allowing illegal immigrant passage through Mexico and facilitation of human transport to our Southern border if the USA does not cave to NAFTA negotiation demands and freebies.

    The first good: Border control will be reinforced. Hordes of invaders will have to be accommodated South of the border. Tariffs applied to all imports from Mexico (since Mexico has a massive annual trade surplus with us, reciprocal tariffs will impact their economy more substantially than ours)
    Democrats will face intense pressure to accept funding for the wall. RINOs will face double and triple that pressure, with PDJT pounding on them if they fail to act. Employment will require strict verification of citizenship/permanent residence/temporary employment authorization status. Failure to comply will become onerous to employers breaking the law.

    The second good: illegals aliens remaining in the country will be put under major pressure, including possible forfeiture of everything they had accumulated until then (bank accounts and property). Cash will flow to the treasury; property will be considered abandoned and then auctioned.

    The third good: illegal aliens who do not leave by their own means would be deported and not allowed to apply for visas to enter the USA, even if sponsored by grown up anchor babies.

    Additional measures: taxing remittances by illegal aliens to their countries of origin. Refusing visas to officials from countries that do not accept returning residents or deported criminals. Banning tax refunds to individuals working with a stolen SSN. Penalizing banks and wire transfer services resorting to tricks to remit money from illegal aliens under the table.

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  35. beanpole says:

    Would this imply that unbridled migration entering the US is a bad thing?

    Looking forward to how those media wonks who made it all the way to pretzel logic 401 handle this one.


    • Bert Darrell says:

      Anything preceded by the word “illegal” is, by definition, a bad thing. In contrast, legal immigration could be selectively used to bring in foreign talent if in short supply domestically.

      Liked by 1 person

      • beanpole says:


        I’ve been hearing for years that flooding the country with other nationals is a good thing.

        Fills jobs spoiled Americans won’t do.
        Diversity of Culture widens our pigeon-holed perspective.
        Compassion for those less fortunate is the perfect penance for our years of abusing privilege.

        So, by this guy saying if we ditch NAFTA they’ll let even more in, he must want to ditch NAFTA too? I.E, it’s a carrot.

        The alternative would be that this guy actually made a threat and the principles listed above are bullshit. I.E, it’s a stick.

        I’m just waiting for someone in the media to tell me which side this guy is actually on so I can adjust accordingly.


  36. “Horrible people. People you wouldn’t want to have dinner with.”

    I love it!


  37. TwoLaine says:

    I am fully on board your response. I second that emotion.

    Maybe Mexico would like it if we just stopped all border traffic. Let them sell their cars and Oreos to Mexicans, or some other sap country.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. Rurik says:

    Isn’t that a threat to mount an invasion? And isn’t an invasion, armed or otherwise, an act of war?

    Liked by 2 people

    • G. Combs says:

      We already have an invasion and they plan to claim about 1/4 of the USA as part of Mexico. As an old NAZI-supremacy group advocating the genocide of Americans and resettlement of North America with south of the border illegals, La Raza clearly falls under the statutes. 18 U.S. Code Chapter 115 – TREASON, SEDITION, AND SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES specifically § 2384 – Seditious conspiracy

      If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.

      This is the expressed intention of La Raza:

      They explicitly intend to remove or kill all people not of “The Race” in this area. Here is the extent to which they have achieved infiltration of these areas.

      What is la raza, mecha, aztlan in regards to America???

      …Conference on March 15 – 18, 2001, the official “MEChA Philosophy” was ratified. An excerpt from the document states: “as Mechistas, we vow to work for the liberation of Aztlan.”

      The MEChA Clubs on each of the Santa Barbara high school campuses are not the only ones. MEChA groups exist on 90 percent of the public high school, college and university campuses in the Southwestern United States.

      The La Raza goal is based on getting back the territory that Mexico lost & the US paid for after the Mexican-American War. Therefore it should be considered a Terrorist organization since it openly advocates the violent overthrow of US rule of law and occupation of United States territory with the ultimate intent of sedition. That is the real La Raza, which receives federal funds 30 million in CA alone.

      “Chicano is our identity; it defines who we are as people. It rejects the notion that we…should assimilate into the Anglo-American melting pot…Aztlan was the legendary homeland of the Aztecas … It became synonymous with the vast territories of the Southwest, brutally stolen from a Mexican people marginalized and betrayed by the hostile custodians of the Manifest Destiny.” (Statement on University of Oregon MEChA Website, Jan. 3, 2006)

      We are a bronze people with a bronze culture. Before the world, before all of North America, before all our brothers in the bronze continent, we are a nation, we are a union of free pueblos, we are Aztlan. For La Raza todo. Fuera de La Raza nada.”
      That closing two-sentence motto is chilling to everyone who values equal rights for all. It says: “For The Race everything. Outside The Race, nothing.”

      Today in America as we learned at Trump rallies, you can assault white people right in front of the cops (Think San Jose and Chicago) in complete safety knowing the Demonrat city politicians, cops and Fake Media will make all sorts of excuses for your illegal behavior. This is funded by Soros who learned from the Master, Hitler. These paid thugs, Antifa and BLM are a repeat of the Brownshirts of the Nazi party. They are trying to use the exact same methods of intimidation and bullying to silence opposition.

      And La Raza? Why La Raza was formed by another Hitler paid American hater.

      Jose Vasconcelos who died in 1982, is the Nazi Propagandist behind La Raza Mexican nationalism. Like Soros, Jose was on the Nazi German payroll during WWII. La Raza, are actually Spanish Mexicans, with a dash of Indian. They are the upper class in Mexico and the Mexican equivalent of the Nazi “aryan” Race. La Raza Cosmica by Vasconcelos is the Mexican equivalent of Hitler’s Mein Kemp and was written during the same time period.

      I think it is time to declare La Raza a Terrorist/Seditious Organization. Round up the members and toss them out.

      Liked by 4 people

      • piper567 says:

        Thank you G, for this informative post.
        I lived in SoCA for most of my life…and this movement, La Raza, was out in the open.
        Most people in SoCal know of this, but nationally it is below the radar.
        Most just look at the economic suicide of CA, and do not figure in this particular invasion.
        But, it should be factored in.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Maquis says:

        Past time. We have some in Congress, no? Send ’em back. All of them.


      • All American Snowflake says:

        Just offer them a blindfold and do what needs to be done with criminal illegal aliens.


      • All American Snowflake says:

        Sorry Rurik, La Raza has already infiltrated our Supreme Court thanks to our liberal ex-prez. Sonia Sotomayor is a wise Latino.


  39. Texian says:

    ALERT.. A foreign country has threatened an invasion upon American soil. Immediately station troops at our borders..

    ALERT.. A foreign country has threatened an invasion. Any entity within our government that are against stationing our troops at the border are to be considered aiding and abetting the enemy and traitors to The Constitution. Any government employee who has sworn an oath to uphold and defend The Constitution against foreign invaders who are against stationing troops at our border are to be immediately detained..

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  40. mypitztop says:

    Me thinks we often get so trigger-tongue happy, we miss the REAL POINT. As this website has said numerous times, to cut to the quick on ALL stories, “FOLLOW THE MONEY!” The ‘professional diplomats’ in the US were not King George Bush I in his Daddy Prescott Bush’s 1940 tuxedo, being so eastern-pure-bred polite. They were hired to work for the Elite Globalists where Daddy Prescott was an original founder, along with Rockefeller, the Dulles Bros., etc., etc.

    Polite? No! Another ruse! NAFTA was negotiated (or at least announced) by the 90’s tool of the globalists, Willy and the Hand Jives Clinton.

    Follow the money! We’ve been robbed since FDR, Truman, Eisenhower, etc. Kennedy tried to shut this crap down, and look what they did to him! The Kennedys were sufficiently connected to the REAL world (with Daddy’s Irish Mob connections) and they saw into the future and realized where we were headed with these traitors. Johnson was too busy stuffing dollars into his pockets playing Texas Hold ‘Em! Nixon was too paranoid. Ford, a pawn. Carter a double-pawn. Reagan held them off for 8 years. King George I was THIER LITTLE BOY! And BOOM! “Our BJ will finally help us control the western hemisphere! Why continue to interrupt and control Latin countries, when we can bring ’em all to the US, shut down Main Street, and shift the control and wealth to our family of snappy dressers on Wall Street.”

    Sorry, NAFTA had nothing to do with being nice and polite.

    Follow the money!

    Liked by 3 people

  41. helix35 says:

    Threatening DJT is always a good negotiating strategy.

    Liked by 2 people

  42. Lack is not all says:

    Its standard procedure for these low lives. Turkey also threatens Germany with hordes of immigrants if they dont get this or that.

    Liked by 1 person

  43. daughnworks247 says:

    Gives new meaning to Trump’s statement, “They’re not sending their best.”

    Liked by 3 people

  44. greenvalleygal says:

    They send their basura. Translated garbage.


  45. itsy_bitsy says:

    Then maybe we should flood Mexico with MS13 deportees!

    Liked by 1 person

  46. All American Snowflake says:

    Is this the same Mexico that threw a hissy-fit and had Tortilla Riots in 2007 because Green Americans were using corn to make biofuels? and not shipping humanitarian surplus corn to Mexico? Are all Mexican beggars also blackmailers and other sundry criminals?
    “Under the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement, Mexico used to get cheap corn imports from the US, but Mexico’s Economy Minister Eduardo Sojo has said that with more US corn being diverted into ethanol production, supply is dwindling.”

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