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Thread by @PaulSchmehl: "This article raises some very interesting questions. A Huge Caravan Of Central Americans Is Headed For The US, And No One In Mexico Dares To […]"

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This article raises some very interesting questions. A Huge Caravan Of Central Americans Is Headed For The US, And No One In Mexico Dares To Stop Them buzzfeed.com/adolfoflores/a… via @aflores
“Despite their being in Mexico without authorization, no one has made any effort to stop them.” Have you ever read Mexico’s immigration laws? msgboard.snopes.com/cgi-bin/ultima…
And yet, an immigration agent looks the other way.
Now, you and I both know that an immigration official would not do that unless she knew it was approved by her superiors. So, why is this happening? Obviously because the state of Mexico has decided to allow it. Now, why would Mexico do that?
I can think of some reasons. 1) They’re being paid by someone. 2) They know they’re going through to the US and they don’t care 3) Ditto, but their deliberately sabotaging the US 4) They’re trying to send a message to Trump There may be more reasons that I haven’t thought of.
It’s not like Mexico doesn’t experience the same problems we do with illegal immigrants. texastribune.org/2016/10/25/mex…
But this is bigger than that. This has to go all the way to the top. There’s no way the President of Mexico doesn’t know about this. And has approved it. So what’s going on?
Back in February of last years, reporting said Trump’s plan was to send the aliens back into Mexico, which didn’t sit to well with Mexico. propublica.org/article/trump-…

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I can understand why the Mexicans would object, but it’s hardly fair that they let thousands of people pass through their country, which is more than 1200 miles, unmolested, so long as they cross into America. It’s going to take these people a month to cross.
The mere fact that they can do that is proof that Mexico approves of it. But the mystery is why? They could, if they chose to, station troops at their border and turn them back. Or, they could submit them to the UN refugee program. But that’s not what they’re doing.
They’re openly and willingly allowing thousand of people to swarm through their country like locusts, foraging off the land rather than feeding and housing them allong the way. It’s bizarre that a country would allow this to happen.
It’s the exact same thing that’s going on in Europe. Hoards of foreigners walking thousands of miles, ignoring laws and borders, and disrupting life wherever they go. americanthinker.com/articles/2015/…
Why did Mexico sign an agreement with Guatemala to make it easier for these people to pass through to America? numbersusa.com/news/mexico-gu… They actually called the agreement the "Southern Border Program to Improve Passage”.
They’re actually making it easier for people to enter the US illegally. That’s not exactly the actions of a friendly neighbor. If Central America has a problem, it should be worked out through agreements with all the involved nations, not foisted off on the US.
I can understand why they do it. After all, we’ve made life so easy for illegals. They can get food stamps, welfare, free health care. Their kids are automatically made citizens. Only a fool would refuse to take advantage of such a system. And only fools would set it up.
But America has been foolish for a long time. Do you know why? You can thank Ted Kennedy. csmonitor.com/USA/Politics/2… I can’t prove it, but I’ll go to my grave believing Kennedy was either a Soviet agent or pro-Soviet. canadafreepress.com/2006/burtis110…
That’s right. Ted Kennedy seemed to have an unnatural affection for Russia. (Hows that for a collusion story?) Kennedy actually tried to sabotage Reagan’s reelection bid by getting Russian help. dailysignal.com/2016/12/14/ted…
There is no question that Kennedy was an evil man. Look what he tried to do to LBJ. americanthinker.com/articles/2011/…
But the worse thing he ever did (as far as I know) is to dramatically alter our immigration system. His work included chain migration, anchor babies and a host of other ills that still plague us today. Thanks for nothing, Ted.
But, getting back to Mexico. What’s the end game? There is no question they are foisting a problem off on us and doing it deliberately. There is no question that they could stop it at any time, if they chose to.
You know what I think? I think Trump is well aware of this, and he has a plan in place. And it has to do with trade and the wall and a host of other things between our two countries. And Mexico isn’t going to like it. But they’re going to have to swallow it.
Because they’ve been abusing us since Kennedy passed his bill to destroy the US through immigration. It’s time they paid. I mean, fer cryin’ out loud, the wrote a manual explaining how to infiltrate. nytimes.com/2005/01/06/wor… Really Mexico? Really?
Sure, the Mexican government insists it’s not a guide on how to illegally enter the country. It just describes the risks involved of doing that. politifact.com/texas/statemen… Uh huh. We see you Mexico, and we understand your political spin.
After they manage to cross the border, Mexico even spends money trying to help them to stay. breitbart.com/big-government… So, again, what is the end game?
No matter how soft your heart might be for the troubled people of the world, the fact is, the US cannot absorb them all. If you haven’t seen this video, you should watch it. It will open your eyes.
I’ve searched and searched for the answer to why Mexico allows it, no encourages it. I haven’t found anything yet. But there has to be a reason. (This is the part where people chime in and say it’s George Soros.)
Maybe I should get my SIL to translate this video:
One thing I know. We have leverage on Mexico, and Trump is just the man to use it. I know people laugh about it, but I still wouldn’t be the least bit surprised if Mexico ended up paying for the wall as part of a major deal that resolves a lot of our issues.
If any of my readers have insight on why Mexico is doing this, I’d be more than happy to hear about it.
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