Skip to comments.MEXICO'S GLASS HOUSE- How the Mexican constitution treats foreigners
Posted on 04/03/2006 8:06:35 PM PDT by Ooh-Ah
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Thanks for the link. At first I thought you meant that this was not the real constitution, lol. We are suckers. Wonder what the population would think if they read this?
Mexico Admits Poor Treatment of Migrants
Mexico's federal Human Rights Commission acknowledged that the country uses some of the same methods in dealing with illegal migrants that it has criticized the United States for employing. "Of course, Mexico's population law includes prison terms for illegally entering the country," said Indignacio Hermano, spokesman for the commission. "We figure anyone who would sneak into our nation must be criminally insane. Such persons must be locked up as a public safety matter."
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This is what happens to a lot of people who retire down there. They 'buy' a house, that is really never theirs and sometimes lose it! Better to rent down there!
So they don't like Saudi Arabian nationals, then?
In a nutshell, the Mexican Constitution days, if you're not a Mexican citizen, you get zilch, nothing, Nada, including legal rights. You bet we're suckers, real big time. The general American populous won't realize it, until the Mexican flag is flying over the Southwest. Right now, they're sleep walking.
LOL, Sleep Walk, I have it at the top of my Profile Page!
I wish some of the newspapers would publish this. Maybe they will talk about it on Fox News.
The Mexicans are unlike previous immigrants. This definitely needs to be read by everyone at least once! It should be linked on pertinent immigration threads. Here's an interesting link about Samuel Huntington:
"Strangely enough, despite the fact that he was buddies with Henry Kissinger at Harvard, he is registered as a member of the Democratic Party, and has written foreign policy speeches for Adlai Stevenson, Hubert Humphrey, and Jimmy Carter."
Didn't at least one Supreme Court Justice recommend looking at foreign law to rule on US cases? This article endorses that position, anyway.
You know Potlatch, if you and I and the world sees it, then it makes one wonder what's wrong with our elected officers. If the Dumbo's aren't sleep walking, then please give me another definition. The Pubs on the Senate Judiciary, Arlen Specter, L. Graham, Mike DeWine and Brownback that voted for amnesty are disgusting. All four obviously hid their heads in the forbidden zone.
They have more converts than you would like to know.
Selma Hayek's father is Lebanese, though he's not necessarily Muslim.
I'm convinced. Let's invade. /s
Sorry, I was trying to upload something, it took forever and then said it was too large!!
There are many here who disagree with how we feel. I saw some of them posting today - something about branding an A on the forhead for Amnesty! [not the branded A of past times!]
Well My My. The Fifth Column feels threatened. The little nation state they are setting up and nurturing in our midst might be...undermined. Can't have that, now can we?
Just remember darlings on this forum. This is the group that the Attorney General of the United States gives credit to for putting him in power.
Where's Tailgunner Joe and HUAC when you need them?
Here is a fun poison pill for the Mexican Lobbyist in the US Captiol (who are they anyways?), we make ALL proposed "reforms" of US immigration tied directly to mexico reforming its own laws on immigration of US citizens AND allows US citizens to have FULL land ownership.
Can't disagree with them there!
Amnesty didn't work in 1986, and it simply won't work this time. What's really troubling, is McCain smooching up to Kennedy. Chappaquiddick Teddy was the architect of the last failed amnesty, and all of the Dumbo senators are following the drunk again. This time over the edge.
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