#1 Mexico Complains About Texas Sending National Guard Troops To The Border… by Eglman 24.07.2014 14:19


Then try stopping the invasion of our country from your territory.

Via Fox Latino:

The Mexican government on Tuesday expressed its “concern” over the decision by Texas authorities to send 1,000 National Guard troops to the border to help stem the massive arrival of undocumented child migrants from Central America.

“Attention to the immigration phenomenon must be paid from a long-term regional perspective and based on the principles of good neighborliness and shared responsibility,” the Foreign Relations Secretariat said in a statement.

“The strategy for responding in an effective and humane manner to this phenomenon includes the necessary shared responsibility among the countries of origin, transit and destination of migration flows,” the statement continued.

The secretariat declared its commitment to the protection of the migrants’ human rights and the orchestration of “specific actions directed at the most vulnerable, including unaccompanied children and teenagers.”


#2 RE: Mexico Complains About Texas Sending National Guard Troops To The Border… by Sanguine 24.07.2014 20:21

The chutzpah, the sheer gall, the, heck, it leaves me wordless.

*^&$& you, Mexico.

#3 RE: Mexico Complains About Texas Sending National Guard Troops To The Border… by Rev 24.07.2014 21:08


Quote: Sanguine wrote in post #2
*^&$& you, Mexico.

I couldn't have said it better myself.

#4 RE: Mexico Complains About Texas Sending National Guard Troops To The Border… by PzLdr 24.07.2014 22:42


The way those ass clowns have acted, they should be complaining about our troops going OVER the border. And I don't mean the National Guard.

#5 RE: Mexico Complains About Texas Sending National Guard Troops To The Border… by Cincinnatus 25.07.2014 02:04


Excerpted from a piece written by Michele Malkin, 04/28/2010.

The rules and regulations imposed by Mexico on foreigners:

"The Mexican government will bar foreigners if they upset “the equilibrium of the national demographics.” How’s that for racial and ethnic profiling?

If outsiders do not enhance the country’s “economic or national interests” or are “not found to be physically or mentally healthy,” they are not welcome. Neither are those who show “contempt against national sovereignty or security.” They must not be economic burdens on society and must have clean criminal histories. Those seeking to obtain Mexican citizenship must show a birth certificate, provide a bank statement proving economic independence, pass an exam, and prove they can provide their own health care.

Illegal entry into the country is equivalent to a felony punishable by two years’ imprisonment. Document fraud is subject to fine and imprisonment; so is alien marriage fraud. Evading deportation is a serious crime; illegal re-entry after deportation is punishable by ten years’ imprisonment. Foreigners may be kicked out of the country without due process and the endless bites at the litigation apple that illegal aliens are afforded in our country (see, for example, President Obama’s illegal-alien aunt — a fugitive from deportation for eight years who is awaiting a second decision on her previously rejected asylum claim).

Law-enforcement officials at all levels — by national mandate — must cooperate to enforce immigration laws, including illegal-alien arrests and deportations. The Mexican military is also required to assist in immigration-enforcement operations. Native-born Mexicans are empowered to make citizens’ arrests of illegal aliens and turn them in to authorities.

Ready to show your papers? Mexico’s National Catalog of Foreigners tracks all outside tourists and foreign nationals. A National Population Registry tracks and verifies the identity of every member of the population, who must carry a citizens’ identity card. Visitors who do not possess proper documents and identification are subject to arrest as illegal aliens.

All of these provisions are enshrined in Mexico’s Ley General de Población (General Law of the Population) and were spotlighted in a 2006 research paper published by the Washington, D.C.–based Center for Security Policy. There’s been no public clamor for “comprehensive immigration reform” in Mexico, however, because pro-illegal-alien speech by outsiders is prohibited."


Like the lady said, *^&$& you, Mexico.

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