Skip to comments.Inside Mexico's 'illegal immigrant theme park':
Posted on 06/02/2012 2:55:45 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
Inside Mexico's 'illegal immigrant theme park': Incredible footage gives taste of potentially deadly trip across the U.S. border-- An incredible new video has revealed a rare glimpse of what it's like for illegal immigrants who make the potentially deadly trip across the Mexican border into the United States. The EcoAlberto theme park in El Alberto, Mexico, offers tourists the chance to experience a simulated illegal U.S. border crossing and for the first time the bizarre tourist attraction has been caught on film.
Vice documentary makers took a video camera along to expose just how scary it is for the thousands of migrants who cross treacherous terrain and risk being shot by patrol guards each year to get to a better life in the U.S.The video shows a group of tourists, mostly in their 20s, as they get their names checked off and pile into trucks that transport them to the supposed border. El Alberto is actually 800 miles from the U.S. border.It then follows Poncho - who plays the people smuggler or 'coyote' - as he guides the tourists in their mad dash, sending the weak first, followed by the women and finally the men.
'Quick! Women go first,' he shouts, impatiently. 'Move quickly. Now men, let's go. Run! Run! Run! Run!'
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This is bizarre
BUT if all the illegals could be fooled into just going to that park and not sneak into here
That would be okay
This will no doubt only encourage them..
So do they sneak in for free when it closed?
This is NOT a “theme park”. This is a training center for how to cross the border and not get caught. Basically it is an invasion staging and training camp.
a realistic theme park needs a mine field.
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