Skip to comments.Mexican Officials Promote Illegal Entry Into U.S
Posted on 12/16/2005 6:14:08 PM PST by Icelander
Mexican officials in the U.S. and abroad are involved in massive and almost daily interference in American c, according to a blistering new report.
"Mexican consulates are engineering a backdoor amnesty for their illegal migrants and trying to discredit American immigration enforcement activities clearly beyond diplomatic bounds, Heather MacDonald writes in the Dallas Morning News.
MacDonald says Mexico is "shameless in promoting illegal entry into the U.S., citing these examples:
The Mexican government publishes and distributes a comic book-style guide on breaching the border safely and evading detection once in the U.S.
Mexican officials ordered their consulates to promote the matricula consular card as a way for illegal aliens to obtain privileges that the U.S. usually reserves for legal residents. The consulates started aggressively lobbying American officials and banks to accept matriculas as valid IDs for driver's licenses, checking accounts and other benefits. Since 2000, more than 4.7 million of these cards have been issued. But only Mexicans who are in this country illegally need such identification - legal aliens already have sufficient documentation to get driver's licenses and bank accounts.
Mexico's own regulations require that all exits from the country go through established crossing points. Decades ago, Mexico enforced that rule. Now, Mexicans are allowed to cross wherever they want.
The Mexican government paid for the legal representation of a Mexican alien in New Hampshire charged with criminal trespass for being in a place without legal authority. That is another departure from traditional diplomatic practice, "which forbids interference in a host country's judicial process unless it is patently unfair, MacDonald writes.
Mexico's consuls are adopting a "disparate impact" theory that holds that any police action is invalid if it impacts illegal Mexicans, even if that action has nothing to do with immigration.
For example, in July the Mexican consul general in New York City loudly protested when Suffolk County, Long Island, officials evicted more than 100 illegal aliens whose dangerously overcrowded housing violated fire and safety codes.
Since 1990, Mexico has supported a number of initiatives to import Mexican culture into the U.S. For one thing, each of Mexico's 47 consulates in the U.S. has a mandate to introduce Mexican textbooks into schools that have a sizeable Hispanic population. MacDonalds report states: "After demanding that we educate their surplus citizens, give those citizens food stamps, deliver their babies, provide them with doctors and hospital beds and police their neighborhoods, the Mexican government also expects us to help preserve their loyalty to Mexico.
"Mexico's governing class is not content simply to unload the victims of its failed policies on the U.S. It also tries to ensure that migrants retain allegiance to La Patria, so as to preserve the $16 billion in remittances that they send to Mexico each year.
"The Mexican government will push to control as much U.S. immigration policy as it can.
"Given the American public's swelling anger about illegal immigration, it's past time for Washington to tell Mexico to cease interfering and for the Bush administration to start enforcing the law.
I'm afraid to comment about this.
At least Mexico and Washington DC are in complete agreement..
Though this says as much, "After demanding that we educate their surplus citizens, give those citizens food stamps, deliver their babies, provide them with doctors and hospital beds and police their neighborhoods, the Mexican government also expects us to help preserve their loyalty to Mexico."
So asking Mexicorruption to stop meddling is like asking your dog to stop drinking out of the toilet. Forget about it. It's what they do.
American citizens promote immediate and irreversible repatriation of illegal aliens.
"Mu peasants are so stupid, they'll believe anything."
Why is this not an act of war.
LOL, you can count the pixels in those, if you really care to!
This is absolutely a ridiculous situation we have put up with for way too long!We can go to war to promote and protect another country's people to sovereignty,but we WILL NOT keep our own!Not only Mexicans,but 20 million other imigrants our politicians have opened our borders to.Bringing religions and building Mosques w/idols and hating Americans and,not afraid to say so by boldly displaying their contempt.Last month,Paris and France burned.Our leaders do have a plan though--it won't be to stop this massive invasion.It is to integrate Mexico and Canada and the US into ONE! I scratch my head and say"Now there's a solution,why didn't I think of that?"
Here's an eye opener to what America will be like very shortly and what we'll leave to our children and grandchildren if the fire of imigration is not put out immediately.
This is going to sound nutty, but I had a overly realistic dream about fifteen years ago that we had a war with Mexico over the border. We invaded 'em. Whenever I hear people call for our US military to be placed on the border, I get the weebie-geebies.
And why? This is the one thing I can't grasp. Their government treats them horribly, exports them like any good commodity. And yet, so many scream, "Mother Mexico!", "go back to Europe, Gringo!" , and wave the Mexican Flag. On our soil. How can they be so loyal to such monsters? It's like a battered wife syndrome. And when they're treated well here, they want MORE. Always more. It's the same amazement as I watch suicide bombers. What insanity propels them?
It is not uncommon for illegals to have several of those ID's in different names.
"I'm afraid to comment about this."
Me too. Saying what I would really like to do would get me banned. Eventually we are going to have to have a war with Mexico over this.
1- an unaccountable Judiciary.
2- whose life is it, anyway? Yours, or someone else's?
3- whose Country is it?
There are other vital issues, of course- but these three will determine just who we really are as a nation.
You nailed it.
The following is from the article of Heather MacDonald's that is referenced by Carl Limbacher.
Mexican politicians are even starting to allege that American responses to illegal immigration in the U.S. are a violation of Mexico's sovereignty.
This August, New Mexico governor Bill Richardson declared a state of emergency in four counties bordering Mexico, because of violence and devastation wrought by trafficking in aliens and drugs. City council members from the Mexican city of Ciudad Juárez branded Richardson's declaration an interference in Mexico's domestic affairs.
Mexico's Undiplomatic Diplomats
By Heather MacDonald - November 1, 2005
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