The army of illegals..

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Seems a bit audacious to make demands. Some of the bolded just makes me SMH.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/worl...2nd-group-enters-mexico/ar-BBP5FiG?li=BBnb7Kz

Members of the latest caravan say they aren't trying to catch up with the first because they believe it has been too passive and they don't want to be controlled. The activist group Pueblo Sin Fronteras has been accompanying the first group and trying to help it organize.

Representatives have demanded "safe and dignified" transportation to Mexico City, but the Mexican government has shown no inclination to assist — with the exception of its migrant protection agency that gave some stragglers rides to the next town over the weekend.

Pueblo Sin Fronteras, the group supporting the caravan, has said it hopes to hold meetings in the Mexican capital with federal lawmakers and authorities as well as representatives of the incoming government that takes office Dec. 1 to discuss migrants' rights and the caravan's future.

But Mexican officials seem intent only on seeing the caravan melt away as it moves through the country. The government regularly reports the number of migrants who have applied for refugee status or agreed for assisted bus trips back to their home countries.

Deputy foreign ministers from El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico met Tuesday and agreed to coordinate "special attention" for the caravan, guaranteeing human rights, humanitarian assistance and "a safe, orderly and regular migration" in accordance with each country's laws.

WTF to the above bolded...Government officials from the countries which these people are seeking "political asylum" are coordinating special attention to guarantee their human rights, humanitarian assistance to ensure their safe, orderly and regular migration then why the hell can't/won't they do the same for them @ home?
 
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Seems a bit audacious to make demands. Some of the bolded just makes me SMH.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/worl...2nd-group-enters-mexico/ar-BBP5FiG?li=BBnb7Kz



WTF to the above bolded...Government officials from the countries which these people are seeking "political asylum" are coordinating special attention to guarantee their human rights, humanitarian assistance to ensure their safe, orderly and regular migration then why the hell can't/won't they do the same for them @ home?

Two reasons;

1. A lot of these people are undesirables. They don't want them at home, for one reason or another.

2. Those that are not undesirables will come to the United States, make plenty of American Dollars, and send those dollars back home.

In South America and surrounding islands, sending citizens to the US to earn American wages and sending a portion of those wages home generates much more wealth than if they stay home and try to eek out a living there.

Think about it. Taking only the honest, hard working, law abiding ones. Would you rather have them work in your home country making, say $60 a month, or work in America making $1600 a month and sending $400 a month back home to their family?

The others, the undesirables...well, these are essentially criminals, or lazy, or for whatever reason are an economic drain rather than an economic contributor.

That's why.
 

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Two reasons;

1. A lot of these people are undesirables. They don't want them at home, for one reason or another.

2. Those that are not undesirables will come to the United States, make plenty of American Dollars, and send those dollars back home.

In South America and surrounding islands, sending citizens to the US to earn American wages and sending a portion of those wages home generates much more wealth than if they stay home and try to eek out a living there.

Think about it. Taking only the honest, hard working, law abiding ones. Would you rather have them work in your home country making, say $60 a month, or work in America making $1600 a month and sending $400 a month back home to their family?

The others, the undesirables...well, these are essentially criminals, or lazy, or for whatever reason are an economic drain rather than an economic contributor.

That's why.

Hehe it was a rhetorical question, but thanks for the well thought response. It really just worked me up that the truth is right there in the article, plain for anyone to see, but the far left will ignore it and make these caravans out to be something that they aren't.
 

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It's almost hilarious reading this shit, but not really. Of the thousands of immigrants traveling up here, maybe a few hundred will make it to the border. As it stands, they won't even get there until Christmas.

But we're deploying thousands of troops NOW, RIGHT NOW!!! BECAUSE....ELECTION.

Troops that can't shoot them, that can't arrest them, can't confiscate their belongings, can't do anything except look good. Millions and millions of dollars are being expended for props in uniforms for thousands of people that will never even get here.
 

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Fuck the UN, they don't tell us what we can and can't do.
this is going to be a repeat of this wonderful time in history



 

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/worl...political-repercussions/ar-BBPbD3W?li=BBnb7Kz

The fact that the first of these caravans was able to move from Honduras into Guatemala and then into Mexico is inspiring other migrants to travel in large groups, reversing the long-established logic of Central American migration to the United States: Rather than trying to travel undetected, some migrants are trading invisibility for safety in numbers.

“Everybody wants to form another caravan,” Tony David Gálvez, 22, a Honduran farmworker, said Tuesday as he rested in Tapachula’s central plaza after walking into the city with hundreds of other migrants, part of the second caravan to arrive here this month.

hat caravan’s unimpeded progress north has resonated deeply in the impoverished countries of Central America, from which hundreds of thousands of people have fled in recent years to escape violence and political repression, as well as poverty exacerbated by drought and crop failures.

About two weeks ago, a follow-up caravan formed in the central Honduran town of Comayagua. When it left, it numbered about 350, several migrants said. By the time it crossed the border with Guatemala, it had grown to about 1,500.

Together, the migrants overwhelmed the security forces and carried on northward, several said. Even more migrants joined the group as it moved across Guatemala. One of them was Marvin Tol, 35, who is from the Guatemalan city of Escuintla.

“My country is very bad,” Mr. Tol said.

He said he had been thinking about trying to migrate to the United States in search of work. But news of the passing caravan — and the success of the earlier one in crossing borders unimpeded — inspired him to accelerate his departure.

“I was planning to go, but I joined with the caravan instead,” Mr. Tol said in Tapachula on Tuesday.

A third caravan left San Salvador on Sunday and is expected to reach Mexico’s southern border soon. A fourth formed in the Honduran department of Olancho and is traveling through Guatemala now, said Ms. Cerpas, the migrant advocate in Honduras.

Talk of more caravans as people are motivated by the success of the others getting past the Guatemala/Mexico checkpoint. Say what you will about the political motives behind moving military to the border and suggesting tent cities, but if the article is any indication of what's to come, the decision may turn out to be a prescient one.
 

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/worl...political-repercussions/ar-BBPbD3W?li=BBnb7Kz



Talk of more caravans as people are motivated by the success of the others getting past the Guatemala/Mexico checkpoint. Say what you will about the political motives behind moving military to the border and suggesting tent cities, but if the article is any indication of what's to come, the decision may turn out to be a prescient one.
I'm confused. Are you saying that if we let this caravan in it invites other caravans to form and head our way? That's amazing! I never would have thought of that!

It's almost as though there are consequences that happen after the initial consequences. Who would have thought of that? Amazing!
 

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I'm confused. Are you saying that if we let this caravan in it invites other caravans to form and head our way? That's amazing! I never would have thought of that!

It's almost as though there are consequences that happen after the initial consequences. Who would have thought of that? Amazing!

Goodness, it might even turn into a bipartisan issue!
 

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I'm confused. Are you saying that if we let this caravan in it invites other caravans to form and head our way? That's amazing! I never would have thought of that!

It's almost as though there are consequences that happen after the initial consequences. Who would have thought of that? Amazing!

Goodness, it might even turn into a bipartisan issue!

I know right? They haven't even made it here and they already have inspired more...who woulda thunk it?

But hey, according to some here it will just dwindle down to a few hundred people, and that will be that, no ancillary issues at all. We can take solace in that right? :coffee:
 

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Mexico Deports Caravan Migrants Wanted for Murder, Drug Trafficking


Mexican law enforcement officials deported two migrants traveling in the caravan that is headed for the U.S. border as they are reportedly fugitives wanted for their roles in a triple murder and drug trafficking.

"The arrest took place as part of a joint effort between Mexico’s Federal Police and the National Migration Institute (INM) in conjunction with Interpol, Mexico’s Secretariat of the Interior said," journalists Brandon Darby and Ildefonso Ortiz reported. "The two men were part of the migrant caravan from Honduras and requested permission to travel through Mexico."

Mexican authorities — in coordination with Interpol and the Honduran National Police — arrested and deported Adin Josué "N," 21, and Juan Carlos "N," 47, who are respectively accused of drug trafficking and being involved in murdering three people.

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Mexico Deports Caravan Migrants Wanted for Murder, Drug Trafficking




and for the rest of the story, click here

From the article...
The deportations of both men come as Mexican officials have warned about the caravan, saying recently that "migrants attacked its agents with rocks, glass bottles and fireworks when they broke through a gate on the Mexican end but were pushed back, and some allegedly carried guns and firebombs," according to the Daily Mail.

On Sunday, a migrant traveling in the caravan admitted to a reporter that he fled his home country of Honduras after he "got in trouble" for "attempted murder."

Another migrant admitted to a reporter last week that there were "criminals everywhere" in the caravan, saying, "It’s criminals in here. It is."

Nope, nothing to worry about here :coffee:
 

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From the article...


Nope, nothing to worry about here :coffee:

I am sure all those mourning the plight of these migrants are preparing their homes to welcome them and provide them shelter, food, and directions to the voter registration office.
:coffee:
 
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