On Friday, Mexico and the united States reached an agreement in regard to dealing with the increasing illegal alien invasion coming from Central America, traversing Mexico, and entering the US, according to CNSnews.com. The New York Times reported that President Trump’s immigration deal with Mexico contained nothing new – a report President Trump dismissed on Sunday as false. His claim was supported by acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan later in the day.
Patrick Goodenough, writing for CNSnews.com, reported:
On a key element of the bilateral agreement, McAleenan said Mexico has previously deployed just several hundred troops to its southern border with Guatemala, but has now agreed to a “more than tenfold” increase in numbers.
Trump tweeted that his administration, like predecessors, have been working on some parts of the agreement regarding border actions expected of Mexico, but had been unable to secure them, or secure them fully, until Friday’s signed deal.
He added that some elements of the agreements, including “one in particular,” have yet to be announced. And the president warned that his threat to impose escalating tariffs – put on hold as a result of Friday’s agreement – could still be realized if for some reason Mexico does not cooperate.[Emphasis mine]
“But I don’t believe that will be necessary.”
Under the agreement announced following bilateral talks in Washington, Mexico agreed to an “enforcement surge” including “deployment of its National Guard throughout Mexico, giving priority to its southern border,” the State Department said.
It would also be “taking decisive action to dismantle human smuggling and trafficking organizations as well as their illicit financial and transportation networks.”
Both sides agreed to expand and accelerate the so-called Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), a policy put into place earlier this year under which certain unauthorized migrants are returned to Mexico to await the outcome of their immigration proceedings.
Mexico will admit them and offer jobs, healthcare and education, while the U.S. pledged to speed up the adjudication of asylum claims, the department said.
The two sides also agreed to continue discussing additional understandings on dealing with irregular migrant flows and asylum issues.
Finally, there was further agreement on working together with regional and international partners to build a more prosperous and secure Central America, to address factors seen as driving citizens to leave their home countries and travel north. [Emphasis mine]
In previous articles regarding this “agreement” between the united States and Mexico, where Mexico would cooperate with the US to quell the illegal alien invasion occurring along our southern border, this writer theorized that US citizens would be shafted by this deal, Mexico would not cooperate unless there was a benefit to Mexico, and these measures would not be enough to “manage” the tsunami of illegal alien invasion into the united States. As predicted, this “agreement” contains measures where the US and Mexico will partner with regional and international entities to “build a more prosperous and secure Central America, to address factors seen as driving citizens to leave their home countries and travel north”. This could include an infusion of money and other resources from the US courtesy of the American taxpayer. Furthermore, there are elements of the agreement that have not been announced, meaning these measures are hidden from the citizens who should be made aware of all measures of this agreement because the government is the creature of the citizens.
As reported, only certain illegal alien invaders will be returned to Mexico to “await the outcome of their immigration proceedings. What about the rest? And, if Mexico is beefing up its military force along their own Southern border, why is the US and Mexico having to expand the MPP? And, with the US agreeing to “speed up” adjudication of asylum claims, it means an increase in judges to hear these claims as proposed by Sen. Lindsay Graham.
The agreement also contains provisions where Mexico will take action to dismantle human trafficking and smuggling organizations, including the organizations’ financial and transportation networks. Human smuggling and trafficking is big business. With the Mexican government being corrupt, criminal and controlled by the “cartels”, this crackdown will cause chaos in the nation as these organizations retaliate against the actions. Depending on the severity of the actions, Mexico could cease this portion of the “operation” at will.
Citing unnamed officials from both countries, the New York Times reported Saturday that Mexico had already agreed in the past to many of the actions in the announced agreement – including expansion of the MPP in December and the deployment of the National Guard in March (when McAleenan’s predecessor, Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, held talks with Mexican officials in Miami).
But McAleenan, in an appearance on Fox News Sunday, backed up Trump’s assertions.
Asked by host Bret Baier what parts of the deal announced on Friday were new, he replied, “All of it is new.”
“We’ve heard commitments before from Mexico, to do more on their southern border,” McAleenan continued. “The last time they deployed down there it’s about 400-500 officers. This is more than a tenfold commitment to increase their security in Chiapas – that’s where people are entering from Guatemala in[to] southern Mexico.”
McAleenan said this was the first time Mexico has agreed to “anything like this kind of number of law enforcement” officers being deployed to address migration issues – not only at its southern border with Guatemala, but also along transportation routes through Mexico to the border with the U.S., and in “key areas” along that border.
Asked about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s criticism of the president’s tariff threats, McAleenan said that people can disagree about tactics, but that “Mexico came to the table with real proposals. We have an agreement that, if they implement, will be effective.”
If they implement? So, as predicted, Mexico could refuse to honor the agreement at any time. This means the US could be back to square one because our government refused to enforce constitutional immigration law, government officials believe this republic needs to rely on foreign entities to “assist” in enforcing our immigration law, and our government continues the welfare/warfare state, along with “nation building” policies that have left numerous nations in chaos. According to the report, Mexico has created a “national guard” in order to “fight crime” and control illegal alien invasion along its southern border.
Mexico’s National Guard (GN) is a new crime-fighting entity, announced last November by then-president elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador and set up earlier this year. It incorporates civil police officers and military personnel.
Human rights groups have voiced concern about its militarized nature, and in a bid to quell criticism López Obrador signed an agreement with the U.N. last April on human rights training for GN personnel.
In a speech in Tijuana on Saturday, the Mexican president confirmed that, under the agreement, “the National Guard will be deployed at the southern border as part of a national security program and in accordance with the Constitution.”
“The National Guard can help in supporting tasks on migration and protecting facilities,” he said.
López Obrador was addressing a government-organized event near the U.S. border that was originally billed as a solidarity rally (“Unity in Defense of Mexico’s Dignity and in Favor of Friendship with the People of the United States”) in the face of then-looming U.S. tariffs, but was changed into a celebratory occasion after the deal was struck to avert the tariffs.
“What’s next?” Mexico’s El Universal quoted him as telling the event, where he was joined by cabinet ministers and 23 state governors. “Strengthen the border, apply the law and respect human rights, and promote the development plan of Mexico and Central America.”[Emphasis mine]
Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard, who led his country’s delegation during the three days of talks, told the rally that the imposition of U.S. tariffs could have raised prices, dampened investment, and cost some 900,000 Mexican jobs.
He said Mexico had emerged from the talks with the U.S. with its “dignity intact.”
So, it seems that there is some sort of development plan for Mexico as well as Central America. As hypothesized in previous articles, the Mexican government made sure the corrupt nation received some benefit from this agreement, which could mean that US citizen taxpayers get shafted, particularly when talking about “nation building” in Central America and the “development plan of Mexico”. However, Mexico could still renege on the “agreement” should its resources be strained. And, with this proposal, it is feasible to predict a strain on Mexican resources. Moreover, it is feasible to assume the US will be supplementing the monetary funds of Mexico in order to maintain illegal alien invaders south of our border.
US taxpayers, once again, will be shafted and none of these measures is foolproof in halting the illegal alien invasion of our republic. As is often stated, “Where there’s a will, there’s a way.” The US government should act constitutionally in enforcing our immigration law as has previously been discussed. When relying on agreements with other entities without shoring up our border security, this opens our republic to extortion, blackmail and other criminal activity. Unfortunately, charlatan politicians are too busy pandering to corporate donor handlers, the donkey party in expanding its voting base, and multicultural open border advocates to see the dangers in this agreement. Citizens will be shafted as per the status quo.
Article posted with permission from The Washington Standard
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